October 2011 Archives

Turtle Beach Inn in Port Saint Joe, Florida     Experience the Forgotten Coast of Florida at this Gulf-front inn on Indian Pass Beach in the panhandle. This Port Saint Joe location boasts unspoiled beaches, cabbage palms, long-needled pines, sea turtle nesting areas, abundant wildlife and gorgeous sunrises and sunsets. Enjoy views of the Gulf of Mexico and Indian Lagoon. Relax on shaded porches and sundecks with chairs, rockers, lounges and a swing. Accommodations include inn guest rooms with private entrances. Fully equipped Sand Dollar Cottage and Turtle Tower feature sleeping areas for families or larger groups. Family owned, this state certified Green Lodging establishment offers wifi and other thoughtful amenities. The local area is peaceful with many activities from aquatic adventures to hiking, biking, shelling, horseback riding and golf. Explore St. Vincent Island a federal wildlife preserve. Nearby Apalachicola has excellent shopping and dining.

Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast

     Just five blocks from the famous French Quarter, this historic New Orleans Greek Revival home has been restored and listed in the National Register. Original architectural details, high ceilings, crystal chandeliers, ornate plaster moldings, cypress stairway and heart of pine floors reside tastefully with artwork, antiques and modern technology for comfort and convenience. Relax in the main floor parlor with a glass of wine or sit on the front porch with a fresh cup of coffee available any time. The lush, tropical courtyard with three trickling fountains also provides an inviting setting. Generous hospitality is the hallmark of this inn with elegant and romantic guest rooms that include pleasing amenities. Two rooms have private balcony access. A bountiful Louisiana breakfast is southern cooking at its best. Explore the many popular attractions in the Big Easy.

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