I can't really add much to the great comments previous. We had camped at the state park in the past so we were familiar with the area.
We spent our 30th anniversary at the inn and had a wonderful time - very relaxing. We, of course, spent some time on the beach, took the bikes out for a spin, and explored the area on foot. Our last night we sat in the hot tub at the end of the dock and watched the stars to the sound of mullet jumping all around us.
We had packed drinks and lunch makin's in cooler so we enjoyed picnics every day then went off the Cape to experience the 'local color' at the raw bars and restaurants.
October is really a great time to visit "The Forgotten Coast" as there are festivals and events in all the surrounding towns. And the weather is perfect!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the Cape San Blas Inn, located on the pristine Gulf Coast of Florida. Built as a Bed & Breakfast in 1999, the Cape San Blas Inn is situated on the east side of St. Joseph Peninsula. Overlooking picturesque St. Joseph Bay and across the street from the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico, the Inn is situated 25 miles west of Apalachicola and 14 miles from Port St. Joe. Graced by the natural beauty of this yet-unspoiled part of Florida's Gulf coast, the Cape San Blas Inn can be enjoyed year-round with equal enthusiasm. Come stay, relax and experience everything this unique locale offers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cape San Blas Hotel Port Saint Joe