Northwest Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns Offer a Personal Touch

Where should you stay when you are in Northwest Florida? Well what about a Florida Bed and Breakfast? B&Bs are much smaller and more intimate than a hotel and generally offer more personalized service. From Tallahassee and Apalachicola to Destin and Pensacola, Northwest Florida offers a wide variety of styles of Florida Bed and Breakfasts to suit any taste. Check out those listed below and let us know how they are. If you find other B&Bs that you like, let us know that too.

House of Tartts
50 Avenue F, Apalachicola, FL 32320
(850) 653-4687
A Bed and Breakfast but without the breakfast. Located in historic downtown Apalachicola the House of Tartts offers access to 3 separate private en suite rooms and a common kitchen for self-catering. There is also a 2 bedroom 2 bath carriage house that sleeps up to 5 and has its own kitchen and laundry. Both are located in easy walking distance to all that historic Apalachicola has to offer, including the working water front on the Apalachicola River, historic homes, excellent restaurants, quaint shops, historic churches and public parks.

Aunt Martha's Bed and Breakfast
315 Shell Avenue SE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548
(850) 243-6702
Designed to look like an old Florida summer house but actually built in 2001Aunt Martha’s is a purpose-built Bed and Breakfast offering 5 rooms and full cooked breakfast each day. There’s a common sitting room and a dining room for private meals or even a conference/meeting. Located centrally in Fort Walton Beach it is convenient to all attractions and restaurants.

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Hibiscus House Coffee and Guest House
85 Defuniak St, Grayton Beach, FL 32459
(850) 231-2733
Hibiscus House is a Bed and Breakfast in the Old Florida style. Located on the main street in Grayton Beach, the inn is a short walk from the white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. The 12 rooms in two buildings offer varied accommodations and the café and Backyard of Love offer events all season as well as space for you to hold your own event by reservation.

The Hinson House
4338 Lafayette St., Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-1500
Located in a fully restored “bungalow” style home on Lafayette Street, the main street in Marianna, it is on the site of the Civil War Battle of Marianna. Offering six rooms and suites with full breakfast offered daily The Hinson House is convenient to the Marianna Theater and several downtown restaurants.

The Avera-Clarke House Bed and Breakfast
850 West Washington Street, Monticello, FL 32344
(850) 997-5007
Offering a pet and eco-friendly environment in a restored Victorian home on an acre of land in downtown Monticello, The Avera-Clark House has 4 rooms available for your stay, including the cottage which is reputed to be the oldest building (circa 1821) in Jefferson County.

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The Cottage Bed and Breakfast
295 W. Palmer Mill Road, Monticello, FL 32344
(850) 342-3541
The Cottage accommodations are the Romeo and Juliet, and Garden mini-suites both offering garden views and queen beds. Located in the green fields of Jefferson County just outside Monticello the cottage also offers gourmet dining for your convenience.

Highlands House Bed and Breakfast
4193 West County Highway 30A, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
(850) 267-0110
Located on Florida’s only County Road that is a Florida Scenic Highway, A Highlands House Bed and Breakfast offers ten rooms on a property with direct beach access. All rooms have private baths and some have private decks, whirlpool tubs or gulf views.

Spring Hill Guest House903 N. Spring Street, Pensacola, FL 32501
(800) 475-1956
To be found in the North Hill neighborhood of historic Pensacola, Spring Hill Guest House is famous for its tall turret. Featuring three suites, all with private kitchen and bath the guest house offers breakfast each day included in its rates.

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10th Street Bed and Breakfast
605 10Th Street, Port St. Joe, FL 32456
(850) 227-7955
Located in a quiet residential neighborhood in the small bayside town of Port St. Joe, on the Forgotten Coast, 10th Street Bed and Breakfast offers four suites in two separate cabins. The cabins are separated from the main house by a patio that is available for guest usage. Breakfast is available each day for all guests.

Pensacola Victorian Bed and Breakfast
203 W. Gregory Street, Pensacola, FL 32502
(850) 434-2818 or (800) 370-8354
This carefully restored Queen Ann Victorian was once the dream home of Ships Captain William Hazard Northup in historic downtown Pensacola. It is now a lovely Victorian bed and breakfast with four rooms to choose from, each with private baths, and breakfast available seven days a week.

The Allison House Inn
215 N Madison Street, Quincy, FL 32351
(850) 875-2511 or (888) 904-2511
Just minutes away from Tallahassee in historic Quincy, The Allison House Inn is an English style bed and breakfast offering six rooms of varying styles in the original home of former Governor A.K. Allison. European breakfast is offered on weekdays and full breakfast on weekends, included in the rates.

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The Noble Manor Bed and Breakfast
110 West Strong Street, Pensacola, FL 32501
(850) 434-9544
Located in the North Hills district of Pensacola, The Noble Manor Bed and Breakfast has six rooms including the carriage house, housed in a Tudor Revival home (circa 1905) with modern amenities. Noble Manor also offers a pool and hot tub for their guests comfort and full breakfast each day.

Henderson Park Inn
2700 Scenic Hwy 98, Destin, FL 32541
(850) 269-8646 or (888) 836-1105
Offering a variety of suites, Henderson Park Inn is located on the end of a quiet road on the eastern edge of Henderson Beach State Park. Most suites offer a kitchenette as well as many other amenities and full breakfast is complimentary every day, as is the view of the Gulf of Mexico and its white sand beaches.

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