Conch Shell Inn
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The lady working there was extremely nice and accommodating. The property was on the water but there wasn't a lot of beach space, but you probably won't find much better for the price. The beds were comfortable and larger than we expected. There were only two of us with a double and a single bed which was great. I would stay here again.
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This is what Nolan had been waiting for: water and fishing. We walked around to find a place to stay. My research had paid off and we were able to get a place to stay less expensive than booking in advance. Of course, we take the risk of not finding our top choice, but we were glad to be able to look at places before booking. We dropped off our …
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