Places to Stay on Florida's Forgotten Coast
If you’re looking for the best places to stay in Florida, you’ve come to the right place. When it comes to accommodations, Florida’s Forgotten Coast has something for everyone - from charming bed & breakfasts to luxury waterfront rentals to cost-effective hotels and everything in between.
Each of the beautiful and friendly towns that make up Florida’s Franklin County offer a variety of lodging options to suit all tastes and budgets. Apalachicola features quaint bed and breakfast accommodations, luxury waterfront suites and historic inns. St. George Island and Alligator Point are home to beachfront vacation rental homes and quiet coastal accommodations perfect for an unforgettable beach vacation experience. Camping facilities are also available on St. George Island, north of Eastpoint and at Carrabelle Beach. Fishing and outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the convenience and charm of Carrabelle’s lodging facilities, including rustic fishing cottages to luxury waterfront condos with marina access.
Discover a wide range of vacation rental options ranging from beachfront villas to quaint cottages perfect for a fisherman’s getaway. You can find lodging through several of Franklin County’s vacation rental management companies that have quality listings and experienced staff to help you plan your perfect getaway. Additionally, some individual property owners offer vacation rental opportunities.
Bed & Breakfasts
If you’re looking for a truly unique vacation experience, check out our area’s charming bed & breakfasts. These quaint B&Bs are nestled within quiet, oak-lined neighborhoods throughout historic Apalachicola, Carrabelle and other parts of Franklin County. Choose from beautifully restored historic mansions furnished with priceless antiques and casual coastal cottages with awesome amenities.
Hotels & Inns
For simple and convenient lodging, our local hotels and inns are the perfect choice. Franklin County features a wide variety of hotel and inn options, including waterfront luxury suites, bay and beachfront hotels, stately historic inns as well as budget-friendly accommodations.
If you’re looking for more laid-back places to stay in Florida, check out the Forgotten Coast’s beautiful and natural campgrounds. Whether you want to commune with nature on a primitive beach campsite or prefer the full RV hookup experience with a pool and concierge service, you’ll find an array of campground options in Carrabelle, Eastpoint, St. George Island and beyond.
Special Offers & Packages
Many of Franklin County’s lodging providers frequently offer special discounts, offers and packages. Visit often to find the latest accommodation discounts and deals across the Forgotten Coast!
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