We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Why would someone go to the expense and trouble to restore this building and decorate the large, comfortable rooms tastefully with antiques and then fail to look after the guests? I could have left here happy, but instead left disappointed and frustrated. I don't even...More
We stayed one night in this very different B&B place: the building is an old bank. It has been partly renovated but most interior is original from 1920. Some parts are yet to be renovated and are worn down. The rooms are however clean with...More
Lots of potential unrealized. Rooms dreary, " breakfast " is a carbon dated tiny bagel, bruised apple. One room never rented because caretaker's room below "backs up" with every flush. Whole place smells musty and damp. Gag...a shame because Everglades City is interesting, updated, and...More
Is this the way to manage a B&B?
They are so polite and friendly that do not answer to emails.
No more rooms available? You can tell me and that's all
Never seen yokels like these people
Very good, well done.
Thank you very...More
I loved the atmosphere. I felt like I was really sleeping in a different time period. I loved the antiques and the photos and my bed was very comfortable and the room was clean. It was delightful. The drawbacks are when the name says bed...More
There is no spa so I have no idea what they call a spa? The other reviewer who mentioned it was disparaging. The place is dark and dirty, the lower floor seems not remodeled at all. The plumbing is out of whack, with raw... More
There is no spa so I have no idea what they call a spa? The other reviewer who mentioned it was disparaging. The place is dark and dirty, the lower floor seems not remodeled at all. The plumbing is out of whack, with raw sewage from the upper floor bubbling up in the caretakers apartment.
I suspect a real spa might be found in Marco Island at the closest?
I have no idea about winter vs fall. Reviewers seem a bit more kindly disposed. What we had was a small bagel, a stale sweet roll tucked into the frig. A bruised apple. Period. For $145 nightly I would expect fresh sheets (ours in 4 rooms were damp and musty) and a cheerful dining room. There is nothing cheerful about this place, there is no service, food is laughable. Sad, very sad.
I wish I could offer more in the way of hope. Everglades City itself is interesting, historic and there is some real energy rebuilding this place. Sadly, the B&B is not among them.