Welcome to the Autumn months in our very special town. The air is cooler, the fishing is great, the town is a bit slower in pace. Great time for relaxing. Oh yes and there are the OYSTERS. Delightful! Our Fall rates are: lower rooms are $149.00, the upper rooms are $169, the ROSE Room is $225.00, with $20.00 off Sunday the Thursday excluding holidays and special events. Rates will change again after Seafood festival weekend first weekend in November.And to all our friends. Apalach did not suffer any damage from Hurricane Hermine though it was a trying few days. Our thoughts in prayers go out to Cedar Key and all our fellow coastal towns. Warm regards, Caroline and Larry
“This is what you're looking for ..”
I'm a Northwest Florida native and if "Old Florida" is what you're looking for, you've found it here at the Apalachicola River Inn. This Inn is ideal for the traveler looking for the experience of an old port town with an emphasis on fishing. If you must have granite surfaces and perfectly manufactured air, then you may want to try another property. I came here by sailboat many, many years ago when it was known as the Rainbow Inn…
We've seen dolphins here many times on past visits. Oh the food ... yeah, its good. But that view!! So, if you dream of the complete Florida experience, stay here, get ya some oysters downstairs or elsewhere in town, and you'll love it. If you must have shiny surfaces and lots of concrete and steel, gyms, etc., you probably need to go somewhere else. This is a fishing village, an old one, and one that has survived many years just doing what they do best, make a living from the water. It's still done the same way today and its so refreshing and pleasing to find a hotel or B&B that allows one to see and become immersed in and with hard working people living a good life. We have many great memories of our stay here, and I'm sure you would as well.
- Lewis M Northwest Florida Native (January, 2016)