Location. Able to “wake the town”. Perfect for an extended weekend or longer stay
Super staff! Very friendly and accommodating. the hotel is situated on a beautiful harbor. We want to go back!
Outstanding location and views, place was as advertised. A great time was had.
We had a wonderful view of the gulf! Saw the low tide in morn, beautiful sunsets. Wonderfully comfortable long bed. Very welcoming & accommodating staff & owners.
Perfect location to walk into town. Kitchen has all basic needs for cooking . Enclosed backyard for storing bicycles. Plenty of space for 2 adults. Cutely decorated. Easy checkin and checkout. A/C works well. Good wifi. Will stay here again when visiting Cedar Key.
I loved the feel of the place. It is a nice little Inn that does what it says on the box. The rooms are clean. The owners live on site and are very friendly and they love dogs! There are is a small fridge and microwave in the room and that's all you need. Everything on the island is within walking ...
Very relaxing time. Good food, good room and good people. No hurry no worries!
The best thing about 503 is the view. Entire place could use an update. $1000 for 3 nights is a bit much.
Explore more of the area by stopping at Cedar Key Chamber of Commerce.
To visit it, head off the beaten track and head for Cedar Key, which is 120 miles from the state capital, Tallahassee.
Want to begin the day with a coffee boost? 1842 Daily Grind & Mercantile (598 2nd Street, Cedar Key) sells coffee and sweet treats to drained travelers and sharp locals. It doesn't matter if you're a fan of spirits, beer or wine, Bonish Studio (582 2nd Street, Cedar Key) has a drink for you.