We stayed in the Sea Pearl suite, which is the penthouse and entire third floor of the building. Very nice, very charming, and very clean. It is essentailly a two-bedroom, 1-bath apartment. It has a full kitchen and a deck that wraps around 3 sides. For an extra $15 or so a night, I think it is well worth it. The Harbour Master Suites is perfectly located, right in the midst of everything. (There isn't much "everything" to be in the midst of, however!)
As for Cedar Key, the town has seen better days. It is still worth visiting for fishing and relaxation, but there isn't much else. The bars and restaurants are, for the most part, grungy. Two days is plenty.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The views from this southernmost locale in Cedar Key cannot be duplicated. A kaledidoscope of radiant sunrises and sunsets delight all those who choose to accept our hospitality. Screened porches and private balconies assure you of an idyllic haven in which to soothe and restore your soul. A courtyard garden surrounding a grand fountain adds to the ambiance of the experience. Nine individually-appointed accommodations will lure you to this premier location on Dock Street. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cedar Key Harbour Master Hotel Cedar Key