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Where do I start. This is our favorite place to stay at Mexico Beach. We come here as often as we can because we love the closeness to the beach, the staff and accomadations.
We enjoy the older funiture and feel like we are in...More
Red tide cut visit short & we were allowed early departure with no penalty though this isn't advertised; historic building & beach access are appealing but crowded location (ad photos misleading) town is disappointing --too busy. Lobby is cluttered, room was large but bath tiny,...More
We couldn't have been more pleased with our stay at the Driftwood Inn. From the very accomidating staff, the cleanliness of our cottage, the antiques and rustic feel of the cabin, the beautiful grounds with gorgeous plants, fountains and statues, swings to the beautiful beach...More
Enjoyed our visit at Driftwood as usual! Staff (including dog and bird) were all cheerful and helpful which was welcome. As I have said before in earlier reviews, Driftwood is a bit out of step with the expected beach accommodations, but in a good way....More
This place is very charming and quaint and sits right on the beach. It is a welcome respite in a world of cookie cutter motels. Sit on the porch outside tour room with a glass of wine and listen to the waves break on Mexico...More
There is a beach in Mexico Beach that you can take dogs on. It's to the right of the canal. You would enter on the road by the visitor's center. Unfortunately that road is closed due to some work on the canal and it won't... More
There is a beach in Mexico Beach that you can take dogs on. It's to the right of the canal. You would enter on the road by the visitor's center. Unfortunately that road is closed due to some work on the canal and it won't be open til sometime next year. The next town on highway 98 is St. Joes; they allow dogs on til heir beaches.