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80 6th Street, Apalachicola

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Coombs Inn & Suites

The Coombs Inn & Suites is a luxurious Inn consisting of three elegant Historic Victorian Mansions located in the heart of Apalachicola's Historical District. Come discover why Travel and Leisure Magazine ranked us “One of the 30 Outstanding Small Inns in the United States.” Stay in one of our 23 luxurious guest suites furnished with European antiques, original oil paintings and oriental carpets on gleaming hardwood floors. All rooms have private baths (7 with romantic whirlpool massage spas), robes, upscale toiletries, complimentary hi-speed Internet, in-room coffee, bottled water and flat screen cable TVs. Several multiple room suites are available, some with kitchenettes and private verandas, perfect for family vacations, bridal wedding parties, girl’s getaways and Corporate retreats. All Coombs Inn & Suites guest enjoy complimentary breakfast, tea and cookies in the afternoon, weekend wine receptions as well as use of bicycles and beach chairs.

Weddings, Receptions, Rehearsal dinners and Group Meetings are welcome at The Coombs Inn & Suites. Events are comfortably held in our private restored historic carriage house “Camellia Hall" and the surrounding Camellia gardens and gazebo. Camellia Hall, can accommodate up to 60 guests, and 6 French doors open into the surrounding gardens which can accommodate an additional 50-60 guests.


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