Fall Into Apalachicola: Awesome Accommodations for Your Autumn Getaway!
By Forgotten Coast Web Team | July 19, 2019
If you’re searching for a fall getaway, look no further than charming Apalachicola. Nestled on the Apalachicola River on Florida’s Forgotten Coast, this hip and historical port town is brimming with world-class restaurants, museums, shopping, outdoor activities, culture and nightlife.
For couples seeking a romantic retreat, empty nesters and all other adventurous travelers, autumn is the perfect time to visit Apalach. During this season, our area is still pleasantly warm and the nearby beaches are quiet and uncrowded. Best of all, you’ll find fabulous deals on accommodations this time of year! Fortunately, there are countless places to stay in our small coastal city.
Apalachicola is home to a handful of quaint Bed & Breakfasts, including the House of Tartts Guest House and Carriage House, located in the historic district just steps from the river.
There’s also the luxurious Coombs Inn & Suites, which consists of three elegant historic Victorian mansions in the heart of Apalachicola’s historical district. This well-appointed property was ranked as one of the 30 Outstanding Small Inns in the U.S. by Travel and Leisure Magazine.
You’ll discover an array of vacation rentals in Apalachicola. For a truly unique experience, check into the Rexford Suite located downtown right above The Dixie Theatre. There’s also 49 Palmetto – The Flat, a stylish apartment in an eclectic residential neighborhood, as well as Blue Moon Inn of Apalachicola, an enchanting historical cottage. If your heart is set on a riverfront or riverview condo, book a stay with Robinson Vacation Rentals, offering rentals just a block from fabulous shopping and restaurants.
Hip Hotels & Inns
Apalachicola also offers a number of hotels & inns. Want to travel back in time? Check out the Apalachicola Riverwood Suites, located in the newly restored circa 1908 Historical Baltimore House, or the Gibson Inn, a Victorian Inn listed on the National Historic Register of Historic Places. Then there’s the delightful Bowery Inn: Originally built in 1900, this antique building underwent a remarkable renovation in 2015. In the heart of the historic riverfront district, The Consulate features four luxury vacation suites in Apalachicola’s Grady Building.
If you plan to bring your boat with you, Apalachicola’s Water Street Hotel & Marina is the perfect captain’s quarters. Located just four blocks from the town center, this beautiful 30-suite hotel showcases a 20-slip marina. Looking for a downhome fisherman’s retreat? Book a stay at Bay City Lodge. Set in a quiet wooded area, this comfy lodge offers fully furnished cabins as well as motel units.
No matter where you decide to stay, you’re certain to have a fabulous fall vacation in friendly Apalachicola. Book your vacation today!