My wife and I stumbled on the the Low Key Hideaway while passing through Cedar Key on New Years. We returned a short time later and spent the best two weeks ever doing all the things you do in Cedar Key, kayaked every chance we got, ate the most amazing local foods including oyster pizza, drank wine at the Tiki Hut, learned how to figure the tide, wowed to the core on a regular basis with sunsets, dolphins and rainbows, and made love in the moon light. You can read the reviews, all great every one. But it's more than what you can do and see at Cedar Key, its the people you will meet. Pat and Cindy Bonish do more than entertain and keep the place clean. They treat you like an old friend, and bring you into their Low Key world and make feel at home. They are now like family, only cooler and we cant wait to return.
Don & Mary Ann Richardson
- Also Known As:
- Low-Key Hideaway Hotel
- Low-Key Hideaway Hotel Cedar Key
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Spacious king suites with patios overlooking the water. Tiki bar, relaxing hammocks and ample lounge areas along the water. A community weber grill is available to all guests. Watch the sunrise and set from your room. ... more less