First I have to be honest, we had an inside scoop on this great place before we arrived on our way to Key West over the Christmas/New Year's holiday. The owners, Pat and Cindy Bonish made a stop at our house almost a year ago along their adventures traveling around the country with their 25' Sunline Travel Trailer. The trip to this place was 150 miles out of our way to Key West but knowing what great people Pat and Cindy are we had to stop in and check the place out.
We arrived in our Travel Trailer the day after Christmas late in the morning and Pat and Cindy met us outside and helped park our trailer in one of the 5 spots they have available for RV's (water, sewer and electric available). They took time out of the remainder of their day to show us what incredible hosts they are as we sat outside having a few drinks and then onto the deck to use the grill for some great food and more stories well into the night. Unfortunetly we only had time for one night at this spot and had to depart early the next morning.
Though we did not stay in one of the 5 rooms, I can tell you we did get a first hand look and I would highly recommend this place for a clean, cozy place to stay whether in a room or camping in your own rig. Oh yeah, can't forget the tiki bar in the back, which wasn't open during our stay but looks to be a great place to sit and have a drink while watching a great sunset.
I can tell you we will be back to make a longer stay here and will have more to report when we get the full tour of town and what's available to see and do in Cedar Key.
A great big thanks to Pat and Cindy
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Spacious king suites with patios overlooking the water. Tiki bar, relaxing hammocks and ample lounge areas along the water. A community weber grill is available to all guests. Watch the sunrise and set from your room. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Low-Key Hideaway Hotel Cedar Key
- Low-Key Hideaway Cedar Key, Florida