Inn Shepard's Park Bed and Breakfast

Address: 601 Southwest Ocean Boulevard, Stuart, Florida, 34994, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 601 Southwest Ocean Boulevard, Stuart, is near Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center, Savannas Preserve State Park, and Palm Grove.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Inn Shepard's Park Bed and Breakfast Stuart

    Good B&B overall

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    We enjoyed our recent stay in the Shepard's Park B&B in Stuart, FL, but were disappointed with the breakfast, advertised as continental but actually instant coffee and rasin bran cereal.

    The building was nicely decorated, and the beds were very comfortable

    Great Couples Getway

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    My wife and I had never been to a B&B, but the Inn Shepard Park B&B met our every expectation. The room was clean and comfortable. Management went out their way to make you feel at home.

    The location is perfect. It is walking distance to a great boardwalk, stores, and plenty of resturants.

    We plan on returning.

    Owner operated & it shows

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    This older home is a beautiful bed and breakfast that has been meticulously maintained by the on site owner, Marilyn who has obviously put a lot of hard work into this property. The rooms were spotless and the beds and bedding were fantastic. The location was only a short walk from town and you could even take the beautiful waterside walkway to get there; the beginning of it is only about 100 yards away. The water view from the room was nothing to write home about but the place is so special, you might not notice too much. Try skipping those cookie-cutter chain hotels for once and give this place a try-we're glad we did.

    Wonderful and Cozy Inn

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    The Inn Shepard's Park is a top notch B&B. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay there and management is very friendly and accomodating. Our room was comfortable and felt a lot like home. We were thrilled how close the Inn is to all the shops, restaurants and the Lyric Theatre. Everything is within walking distance from the Inn. The patio area is gorgeous and very well maintained. Parking wasn't an issue at all either. Really relaxing and quiet stay. We highly recommend it and would definitely go back. Much better staying here than at some big hotel further out in our opinion.

    A relaxing getaway

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    We loved our stay at this Key-west style bungalow home. The wraparound porch was the perfect place to enjoy breakfast or an afternoon cup of tea with homemade chocolate chip cookies that were always available. Stay at the Inn and relax in the hammock or hot tub. Borrow the bikes or just take a short walk to historic Stuart for shopping and dining. You can be as busy...or not busy as you want.

    A Perfect Find on the Central East Florida Coast

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    We "accidently" discovered the Inn at Shepard's Park in Stuart, when we needed to visit the area for a family emergency. But regardless of the reason...we were delighted to have made this discovery! We have traveled extensively and often try to stay in B & B's, and this one ranks up with some of the best. Comfortable and nicely appointed rooms matched by a relaxing screened in porch for breakfast and just "hanging out". Located across the street from the town park, with river views and walking distance to town with wonderful little shops and restaurants! Probably the cleanest B&B we have ever stayed in! Your host, Marylin Miller, will make you feel right at home...and she clearly went out of her way to help us, when we needed to be near family in a hurry. Next time...we want to go back just to relax! If you like B&B's...never hesitate to stay in this one!

    Charming bed and breakfast

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    The Inn Shepard's Park Bed and Breakfast is a wonderful bed and breakfast. It is comfortable, decorated beautifully, located in the historic district, and the inn keeper serves wonderful breakfasts. And the other guests at the inn were the icing on the cake.

    What a Find!

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    What a gem of a find! We spent four wonderful nights at Inn Shepard's Park. The décor is impeccable and very quaint, with antique furniture everywhere. We had breakfast every morning while sitting on wicker furniture on the wrap around porch. Even small things, like large towels for the beach, are provided. The location is across from a park and within easy walking distance of downtown Stuart, where there are many shops and cafes. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.

    What a great find!

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    This B&B has a magical charm all of it's own. You can't beat the location and the Inn Keeper is very accomodating. Don't miss staying there if your visiting the area.

    Lovely Florida Keys style guesthouse

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    This is a quaint little Florida Keys style guesthouse. I stayed for 2 months and loved it.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Inn Shepard's Park Bed and Breakfast Stuart

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    Travel Blogs from Stuart

    En route back to the U.S.

    A travel blog entry by cattflight on May 09, 2015

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    ... headed over to APP Jet Center to return our life raft, grab some lunch at Tiki Restaurant, refuel, and get back on our way to Tallahassee. Our first International flight back into the U.S., across the ADIZ, using an ATC-issued squawk code is officially behind us. Everything went perfectly. Again, no substitute for actual ...

    Stuart for two days AS PLANNED!!

    A travel blog entry by inspiration38 on Dec 01, 2014

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    Shocking. We actually stuck to a plan! ;)

    We left Indiantown, heading eastbound in the Okeechobee Waterway back to Stuart. We backtracked through one lock, and under our lowest bridge to date. It is 54 feet – our mast height is around 51, but we say 52 for good measure. (Ha! No pun intended!)

    In Stuart, we grabbed a mooring ball right behind (sometimes beside ...

    Arrival in Stuart

    A travel blog entry by savagetwo on Dec 10, 2013

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    ... on to meet up with Dave & June Piley at the Deck marina for a quick beer. They keep their Cape Dory 19 there. We'll stay at Sunset Bay marina for the next month and then try for points further south. See you later to Indiantown and their wonderful staff and fellow cruisers and all the tree frogs, mosquitoes, and fire ants. We'll see you again soon.We've been working very hard these last 3 weeks and are so very glad to be able to relax a little. One picture included and more on the way.
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    Finally back home

    A travel blog entry by dibsonthis on May 15, 2011

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    ... seen before. But the best was when Dale got on the VHF and proclaimed the water to be the most beautiful he had ever seen. He was right. That moment was so exhilarating and bound all of us together forever. The realization that we had accomplished the first leg of our journey..We did it! It will be tough to match the exuberance we all felt throughout t hat day whether snorkeling or enjoying our celebratory dinner that night. At that point, we didn’t know it would just ...

    A day visit......wow how big are manatees???!!

    A travel blog entry by shortycharly on Dec 04, 2010

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    ... tyre was a actually a HUGE manatee :D.....and man are those things big!!! So we wandered over and checked it out, and there were 2!! it was my lucky day, i got to see not 1 but 2 manatee! this 1 must've been about 10ft!!!! I'm not kidding it was massive, and the noses are completely out of proportion to the rest of their body lol. Bloody AWESOME :D.....ahhhh easily pleased lol.

    After the awesome manatee experience, with which obviously i was ...