Stay at this Apalachicola, Florida hotel offering charming and comfortable accommodations convenient to miles of Florida Gulf Coast beaches. Whether stopping in for a quick visit or staying for a relaxing getaway, the BEST WESTERN Apalach Inn has everything to make every stay a comfortable and memorable one. Located in historic Apalachicola, Florida, known for the friendly people and unspoiled natural resources, this hotel offers guests incredible value, excellent amenities and a convenient location to area attractions, points of interest plus a variety of local festivals and events.
The Coombs Inn, a romantic Bed and Breakfast in three elegant Victorian Mansions, welcomes guests to experience historic charm in an intimate setting. The Inn consists of the original Mansion, the Villas, and the Veranda Suites, each filled with antiques, original oil paintings and oriental carpets from all over the world. We have 23 guest suites all with private baths of which 7 are luxurious Jacuzzis, and 17 original decorative fireplaces. Our Inn on the Forgotten Coast is located in the heart of historic district, where the Apalachicola River and Bay converge.
The Coombs House Inn is a luxurious Florida Bed and Breakfast consisting of three elegant Historic Victorian Mansions located between Pensacola and Tampa on the unspoiled Gulf Coast known as Floridas Forgotten Coast. For 20 years our visitors have returned to our relaxing, romantic accommodations for a quiet alternative to typical Florida hotels. Less than 2 hours from Panama City Beach and Tallahassee, the historic, picturesque seaside village of Apalachicola is adjacent to the pristine white beaches of St. George Island, near Cape San Blas of Mexico Beach and WindMark Beach in Port St.
Apalachicolas newest development- 30 unit condo-hotel and 19 slip marina is located on the water front of the Apalachicola River which adjoins the Intercostals Waterway and the Apalachicola Bay approximately 77 miles west of Tallahassee and 60 miles east of Panama City. The three-story structures architecture has a turn of the century feel and is right at home with the many historic homes in the downtown area.