The Old Carrabelle Hotel

Address: 201 Tallahassee St, Carrabelle, Florida, 32322-3214, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 201 Tallahassee St, Carrabelle.
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          • Beach


          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Continental Breakfast

          TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Old Carrabelle Hotel

          Reviewed by painey

          A touch of Key West

          Reviewed Apr 28, 2014
          by (17 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Great place to stay, very authentic rooms, very reasonable priced, wish we was staying more than one night.
          Would definitely stay here again

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Old Carrabelle Hotel

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Carrabelle

          Panhandle Excursions

          A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Mar 01, 2015

          4 comments, 31 photos

          ... onto him just as he hits the water and grabs a fish. We hike around ponds and drive to the southern tip of the island – Alligator Point. Today turns out to be a Triple Eagle day!

          To celebrate our pleasurable jaunt, we drive to the nearby city of Panacea. Panacea is the site of a turn of the century resort known as Panacea Mineral Springs which was world renowned in the early nineteenth century for it healing waters. Today, it ...

          Heading West

          A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Nov 07, 2014

          1 comment, 9 photos

          ... by a hurricane in August of 1851, which also destroyed the Cape San Blas and Dog Island lighthouses. This third light was completed in 1852; it stood farther inland from the previous light, and pine pilings driven deep into the sand were used as a foundation. It was "built to last." Its light was turned off during the Civil War so as not to aid Yankee ships and it was not until August 1, 1865 that lighthouse keeper James Reilly relit the ...

          Sugar white sand

          A travel blog entry by phoebeandmillow on Mar 03, 2014

          2 comments, 9 photos

          ... so few of people on the beach, we just let her free.
          it was very very peaceful. no real town or village, just a long road with a few rentals on it. there might have been one restaurant and an ice cream place, that's it.

          white sand, turquoise water, raw oysters ! guess where we are ??? if you said the panhandle of florida , you are correct. we are in Carrabelle about a 20-30 min drive from apalachicola. Carrabelle is a small fishing ...


          A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Jan 17, 2014

          2 comments, 26 photos

          ... The cruise was relaxing and enjoyable. There was not a ripple on the water in St. Andrews Bay except for the dolphins and sea birds frolicking in the ocean. We must have seen about 50 or 60 dolphins that day. They accompanied us through the entire expanse of St. Andrews Bay. They surfaced and jumped so close to the bow of the boat we were convinced we would leave a trail of mangled mammals in our wake. As always, they were amazing to watch. I have been doing ...

          Carrabelle, My Sweet!

          A travel blog entry by pyoots on Aug 12, 2013

          10 photos

          ... St. George Island served as points to stage raids on local ports as well as San Marcos de Apalache in 1677 and 1682.
          In 1876 explorer Nathaniel Holmes Bishop of Medford, Massachusetts navigated the Crooked River through the lowlands to the Ochlockonee River. In 1877 Oliver Hudson Kelly, from Massachusetts founded the town and named it Rio Carrabelle. The following year the first U.S. Post office was established with its address ...