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The room was large clean and just outside the downtown area. Nothing fancy but it everyone was very pleasant. Quiet and a good night sleep; it was what we wanted. Fresh coffee in the lobby. Would recommend even though it looks a little 'down at...More
First of all, this medium-sized town was once a center of commerce on the FL Pahandle, became a backwater 100 years ago due to changes in river travel and other business. FORTUNATELY, the current city fathers appear to have banned high-rises and garish signs, unlike...More
Very nice motel, the rooms were very clean. We had met a gentleman and his wife that were from the local area that were returning on a visit and preferreds to stay here. When traveling its always a good sign that a local prefers an...More
An excellent motel, very well located about two minutes drive or 15 minutes walk from the centre of Apalachicola. Very clean with extremely large, comfortable rooms. We would definitely stay here again.
I am a Type A personality, spoiled American expecting everything. My initial thought was uh-oh, did I make an online mistake? Well, guess what......I did make a mistake in judging too soon. The room was clean, the beds were better than chain hotels and the...More
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I'm really not sure but the town of Apalachicola is very pet friendly. Many people walk all around town with their pets so I assume most hotels and b&B's allow pets. Management at the Rancho Inn are very nice so you could... More
I'm really not sure but the town of Apalachicola is very pet friendly. Many people walk all around town with their pets so I assume most hotels and b&B's allow pets. Management at the Rancho Inn are very nice so you could simply call them and ask. Sorry I didn't have a definitive answer but we have never travelled with pets.