Florida Lodging for Bird Watching Vacations

(Motels and Hotels)

     
 
The Island Hotel Bed & Breakfast in Cedar Key, Florida is on the National Register of Historic Buildings, and is one of Florida's most famous Bed and Breakfasts. Sit on a rocker on the long balcony and watch the birds and the sun set over the Gulf, relax in our informal and cozy lounge bar, painted in 1948 with murals of Cedar Key and King Neptune, for whom the bar is named. Having very high standards, the seafood, vegetables and other ingredients used in food preparation, had to be fresh.  The seafood was often  just off the boat and the vegetables fresh from the garden. 
Island Hotel & Restaurant  Cedar Key          (800) 432-4640
Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott is a newly opened hotel with 85 smartly decorated rooms. We welcome the business & leisure traveler as well as Groups. We have a 800 sq ft meeting room for meetings or small functions. Nick-named the "Country side of Orlando". Clermont is surrounded with eco-friendly tourism. Bird watchers and nature lovers can find plenty of wildlife in the area. Clermont offers some of the highest elevations in Florida with beautiful natural lakes. While here take a ride to the top of Florida's Oldest attraction the "Florida Citrus Tower" for breath taking views of our country side. We are located with in 20 miles of Orlando's magical attractions.
Fairfield Inn & Suites- Clermont   352-394-6585

Value Place is an extended-stay hotel. Our rates are priced for a minimum one week stay, and are not adjusted to a daily rate if the stay is less than one week. When your stay goes into the next week, another weekly rate is charged. However, even though many people decide to stay with us for months, many guests staying less than one week find us less expensive than traditional hotels. Bird watchers and nature lovers can find plenty of wildlife in the area. Close to Pensacola, Orlando, beaches, lakes and plenty of Disney entertainment.
Value Place- Clermont          Call us @ 407-877-2352 (No website)

The Old Carrabelle Hotel opened for business with innkeepers Kathy and Skip Frink on the 4th of July, 2002, very likely in the first years of the building’s 3rd century! Mostly water, Carrabelle enjoys river, harbor, salt marsh, Intracoastal bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Exploration of nature and many other outdoor activities abound. From bird watching, sportfishing, sailing and island-hopping to soaking up abundant sunshine on our sugar-sand beaches, there is something memorable for all on this lovely Forgotten Coast.
Old Carrabelle Hotel   Tallahassee              (850) 697-9010




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