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This restaurant is now called the “Drift Inn.” We dined there two consecutive nights. The first evening I had their Seafood Stew. This was excellent with a coconut milk based thick liquid. No junk seafood here. Salmon, cod, shrimp etc. Delicious! My wife choose seafood...More
room leaking sink in bathroom had to put trash can under neath it they would not fix asked twice poor service people CRUD OWNERS. BATHROOM nasty on floor half suppository used with blood on it from previous guest and floor nasty over all atmosphere of...More
My wife's last weeks visit to this hotel had me very concerned with the lack of professionalism of the owners and staff. The hotel rooms are very small to include the bathrooms that require you to open the door to turn around. The two women...More
I give this place 2 stars only because we didn't see any bugs and the view was nice. I rarely review places that are bad. I feel like opinions can be personal and one person may feel different than another, but because we were so...More
We evacuated here at the last minute and were so happy we did! We had a wonderful time. Mexico Beach doesn't have a lot to do so don't go if you're looking for the loud crowd. It was peaceful and we got plenty of rest....More
There is a beach in Mexico Beach that you can take dogs on. It's to the right of the canal. You would enter on the road by the visitor's center. Unfortunately that road is closed due to some work on the canal and it won't... More
There is a beach in Mexico Beach that you can take dogs on. It's to the right of the canal. You would enter on the road by the visitor's center. Unfortunately that road is closed due to some work on the canal and it won't be open til sometime next year. The next town on highway 98 is St. Joes; they allow dogs on til heir beaches.