We enjoyed our stay at the Tarpon Inn. The building and grounds are nice and well kept. Our 2 twin bed room was cute and clean. There were plenty of rocking chairs on the veranda where we rocked and listened to the live musice across the street. It was also just a block away from the dock where the fishing boats leave from and just a few blocks from the beach.
No TV's or phones in the rooms which was just fine.
The bathroom was small and the sink was outside of the bathroom with no light over the mirror. The Inn has been there since the 1880's so you can expect old fashiioned.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With 200' long porches to relax on since 1886, the longest porches in Texas stretches and relaxes along with you. The salt air and breezes are gently encouraged by old-fashioned ceiling fans. The sweet creaking of roomy rocking chairs blends with the pages of a novel being turned. Where each room is decorated in period antiques and no two rooms are alike and where there are no televisions nor telephones. If our place sounds like your kind of place, then please consider this an invitation to make yourself at home. We're waiting to treat you as part of our Tarpon Inn family and encourage you to wonder if it's possible to stay forever,or at least a couple more days. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Tarpon Hotel Port Aransas