Wanted somewhere to stay between Fort Myers and Pensacola, on searching TripAdvisor came across the Low Key Hideaway, after reading the reviews, had to give it a try. Very different, ultra friendly and helpfull, "quirky" but very clean. Comfortable and compact rooms but very restfull.
The Tiki bar for an evening drink is a must, for a chat with other guests and locals, very convivial. Only to be interrupted by the sunset which can be viewed from the bar or few steps out onto their short pier.
As regards Cedar Key, some interesting history and some very good eating places (possibly not on Dock Street). Try " Tony's" for their chowder and also "Adablue" (don't be put off by first appearance).only a few yards way.
Having found this wonderfully establishment, we will return.
- 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
- Also Known As:
- Low-Key Hideaway Hotel Cedar Key