We stayed in Room 29, which the Innkeepers purport to be the gateway to another dimension that the 13 or so ghosts travel through to haunt the Hotel. We are not ghost hunters and did not stay here for that purpose, but if we did, boy would we have been disappointed! Not even a chill down our spines or cold air whooshing through the room. Oh, by the way, it was a cold, windy night with the gales howling outside, if this didn't conjure ghosts, then I am pretty sure there are none. What was most disappointing was the physical condition of the room. We are avid inn-goers and we understand the charm of old houses, but the wall is rotting through in one spot and the floor slopes way more than they should to be charming! The bathroom was too cramped even for a quaint B&B. The breakfast was not good--after 45 minutes of waiting we got spoiled bacon and runny eggs. Pay a little more and go the the Atlantic coast--we have stayed at fabulous B&Bs in St. Augustine! Just avoid this one!
We spent the weekend at Island Hotel because we wanted to stay at a "haunted" place. Well, there was definite paranormal activity here! Nothing evil or malicious, just "playful". We stayed in room 23, and it was definitly worth it. Yes, the water closet was small and you have to step up just to sit on the toilet, but the great food and great customer service made up for this. Very nice atmosphere. Close to activities on the water.
Spectacular sunsets on the Gulf of Mexico & views of the natural beauty and wildlife of Florida's Nature Coast are
common place at Seahorse Landing. On the beach, this 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo offers all the ammenities of ...