We feel privileged to have stayed there for too-short-a-visit in both May and June 2010. We love the unique rooms, the incredible attention to detail and the way we were pampered by the owners, David and Frank. They think of everything so staying there is more like staying home, only much better. Breakfast in the orchid gazebo or on the front porch was a visual and gourmet feast. We never eat breakfasts like that at home and it was the perfect fuel for our full days of exploring the Pinellas Trail by bicycle. We pedaled roundtrip from Gulfport, FL and greatly appreciated all the extras since we traveled very light. On the next visit we used the Inn as our jumping off point for bicycling to the white sugar-sand beaches of Honeymoon Island, State Park, the sponge docks in Tarpon Springs and Sands Key Beach, Clearwater. Evening bike storage was deluxe and our bikes were always out and waiting for us in the morning. Their restaurant recommendations were spot on and we throughly enjoyed The Black Pearl, Bellini's, and Mykonos in Tarpon Springs. We plan to go back many more times to enjoy the tasteful ambience, complete with a beautiful garden and perfectly heated pool, the quiet small town and the genuine warmth of the charming innkeepers.