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This is a must see in the area. It is very old, steeped in history with adequate rooms and good but not inexpensive. You can come by car or they have a seawall for mooring your boat. It is the history throughout the building that...More
The six of us were surprised and impressed with the service, food quality and comfort on the porch of the Rod and Gun Club. The gator appetizer was the best alligator any of us had ever experienced, the grouper was tasty and the Oyster Caesar...More
Stayed here for one night-dog friendly so very few choices in the area. This place is quite interesting and we would have loved to have really experienced it. Lots of history and the restaurant and lobby reeked of history. We stayed in one of the...More
The food was meager especially considering the price. Service was also less than average. The view is nice on the porch, and the taxidermy is nice if you are in to that stuff. I would not recommend this place as somewhere to eat.
Easter lunch was delightful. Great food - we can recommend the grouper Reuben. Our server, Billy, was personable and supplied prompt and attentive service. The setting is gorgeous olde Florida and the porch was a beautiful place to eat a leisurely lunch.
$107 - $147 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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