Apalachicola River Inn

Address: 123 Water St, Apalachicola, Florida, 32320-1736, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 123 Water St, Apalachicola, is near John Gorrie State Museum and Saint Vincent National Wildlife Refuge.
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          • Beach
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Apalachicola River Inn

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Apalachicola

          Well maybe not so nice

          A travel blog entry by rlkefauver on Jun 16, 2015

          5 photos

          ... but not netted. Did better yesterday, but after rick felt a couple jelly fish we decided fishing needed to be over. Grilling up some burgers tonight. Will be sad when our freezer is empty! Spent some time with new neighbors, they have 3 and 1 year old... Trying to teach Kyler how to take care of young ones now.... Love that boys laugh, when he is truly tickled it is out of this world ...

          We do the PCT (our version)

          A travel blog entry by judithdirving on Jan 16, 2015

          8 photos

          ... and instead of carrying back packs half our weight, we carried cell phones and one bottle of water. But we both did solo journeys, us against nature, Mano a Mano with the spirit world. I saw a green warbler. Steve saw a deer(*******).
          it was beautiful (yes, it is true, the sun came out for the first time since we've been here). We survived and made it to The Fisherman's Wife in Carabelle - some ...

          More history than you can shake a stick at

          A travel blog entry by judithdirving on Jan 15, 2015

          ... slaves, The New York City of the South, Civil War, depressions, turpentine, sponge industry, oysters, etcetera. Since Steve and I are both kind of space/time travelers, it was awesome.
          Followed by a "lovely late lunch" of beer, oysters, blue crab dip and pecan pie.
          and then an hour's drive thru slash pine country and apalachicola river backwaters. ...


          A travel blog entry by ninapennewell on Jan 17, 2014

          2 comments, 26 photos

          ... let me tell you! The marina itself is quite charming in appearance. It has a huge covered porch with rockers, picnic tables, grills and even a wooden swing. It looks very homey (think Cracker Barrel Restaurant). It certainly has its appeal for the locals as every morning, the good old boys gather around the store to drink coffee, smoke and shoot the breeze. As noon approaches, the beer starts to flow so it gets a bit livelier. There are lots of belches and gaffaws. ...

          Historic Oyster Town

          A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad on Dec 10, 2013

          2 photos

          ... be done with little concern for toxins as is the case in so many waters where oysters are currently harvested.

          We rode our bikes about the town but were not able to spend the night because there were not any campgrounds for many miles. There are numerous Bed & Breakfasts for the interested travelers.