This place is run down and in desperate need of renovations. It's a great town and if fixed up would be a great place to spend time. Maybe it's worth saving maybe not it all depends on who owns it and how deep their pockets...More
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I would never stay at this location ever again even if it were only 10$ a night. Overpriced. The bed was awful. Everything there looked like they bought at a yard sale , old and dirty. Our stove still had, what looked like, spaghetti meat...More
This is a review of the hotel rooms not the cottages. We were traveling with our 19 year old daughter so we needed 2 beds and were told the cottages wouldn't work. Here are the good things about this hotel: 1. Location-the walk to the...More
The rooms are simple, with small kitchenette. Great staff. We enjoyed the simplicity and beauty of this Inn. If you want peacefulness and relaxation, this is a great place. There is No pool or Jacuzzi, but, who wants that? The Gulf of Mexico is steps...More
We stayed at the Driftwood after a failed tenting trip at Indian Pass Campground (think bugs and rain). We had our dog with us and they were the only pet friendly hotel in the area with availability. If I'm not mistaken Driftwood has comparable prices...More
"Rooms in one of the cottages are more private and have the best views"