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161 Commerce Street, Apalachicola, FL 32320

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Bowery Inn

The historic Bowery Inn Building circa 1900, sat 40 years vacant and then most recently was home to a General Mercantile Business with a room and living quarters upstairs, has returned to its roots with a remarkable renovation completed in 2015. The structure exudes rustic charm from salvaged and reclaimed building material from Apalachicola. Each piece of wood and decor was hand selected and strategically placed to preserve the look and feel of the space as lived in and enjoyed by the generations that came before us.

Guests are able to enjoy a genuine “old fashioned” experience without the distractions of televisions or telephones, while being fully WiFi accessible.  Viewing of the Apalachicola Bay and the downtown area can be enjoyed from over 1000 square feet of covered deck. A small, open-aired viewing deck above the second floor overlooking the Apalachicola River/Bay is excellent for morning coffee, evening drinks or yoga.  The Inn is quietly nestled in the historic downtown Bowery District within walking distance of all shopping and nationally recognized restaurants.

The Bowery Inn is a self-catering facility without a permanent on-site operator. The common area of the Inn is for our guest’s convenience with a refrigerator and sitting area. A Keurig coffee station and plenty of bottled water and ice are provided. Please respect the quiet times in the common area and outside decks, the building is authentic with little sound insulation. The beautifully hand-crafted stairwell is the only access to the upstairs Inn. With no elevator, unfortunately we are not ADA accessible. Check-in time is 3PM and check-out is 11AM.

There are 4 rooms available for rent. Visit the website to learn more and see additional pictures on each room.


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