We stayed at the Gibson Inn for two nights while visiting Apalachicola and the beaches of St. George island. The historic hotel with the wrap-around porch and the restored interiors and rooms exudes the charm of the early twentieth century. Next to the lobby is a small watering-hole for the evening which doubles as the breakfast area. The rooms are a touch small, but clean and with indirect porch access.
Apalachicola has a number of good restaurants and is the center of the Florida Oyster industry, so it is worth staying for a night or two. A few historical bulidings along the waterfront have been refurbished into restaurants and shops.
The Gibson Inn is well worth a second look. Recommend.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking