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My wife and I spent a weekend here at the recommendation of a friend very familiar with this area. The rooms were small but full of character and personality. I of course only saw our own room but was told all the rooms were a...More
The only reason for staying here is it's great location, however, our bed sheets had holes in them, the heater we were given didn't work and the bathroom was grubby. I thought that the room had a damp smell but my husband didn't seem to...More
I have stayed here for at least 6 years. Until the new owner, Leroy, purchased the Tarpon Inn about 2 years ago, this was a sleepy little place to stay in a sleepy fishing town and priced accordingly.
I stayed here for the first time...More
Quaint building in a good location with a partial view of the bay from their balcony rocking chairs. This place was fine for my weekend away from San Antonio to relax and study by the water with my dog. My room was large enough for...More
I'm a fan of vintage. Ive restored a 50's stove and used it in my home as well as two old refrigerators. I love antiques and cool old buildings. The Tarpon Inn is a cool old building and staying here really gives you a sense...More
US$170 - US$187 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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