The Hibiscus House Bed & Breakfast
2135 Mc Gregor Boulevard, Fort Myers, FL 33901
Come rest and lounge just steps away from the downtown hustle and bustle of Fort Myers. Then immerse yourself into the culture of the River District. The River District highlights art with exciting galleries, exhibitions, and performances depending on the day. If music is your passion, listen to local and regional musicians as you check out specialty shops only found here. Don’t let your tummy rumble as you stroll down the streets. There’s plenty of food to savor, adventures to share, and Florida discoveries that will turn this visit into an extended work-cation!
Fall in love at the Hibiscus House
Bob and Colleen fell in love with this area after spending family vacations on Captiva Island. You will, too!
Housing five rooms it’s the perfect size so that all guests receive the extra care in supplying a home away from home feel. Bob and Colleen have been known to say, “Arrive as guests, leave as friends.”
The Londoner Bed & Breakfast
304 15th Street W, Bradenton, Fl 34205
Although this bed and breakfast is located in the historic downtown Bradenton, you might feel like you have arrived in London, England, minus the King’s Guards all dressed in red. Each room has photographs and exciting articles showcasing areas in London.
Suppose you’re looking for something a bit stronger than afternoon tea. In that case, the Bradenton area is home to six brewhouses, so grab a designated driver and take a tour of the local libations. While cruising around the microbrewery scene, and make sure to check out all the awards these breweries have won.
Fuel up with your complimentary breakfast before venturing off to your next adventure, possibly at Adrenaline Row, which is a mile-long strip of land to go skiing, kayaking, flyboards, and fishing. Guests have been heard saying they don’t need lunch after such a satisfying breakfast. Yum!
Beyond The Wall Bed and Breakfast
520 Skinner Blvd, Dunedin, FL 34698
Dunedin, Florida is kindly thought of as the small town north of Tampa Bay but has a big reputation as a great weekend getaway for Floridians and tourists alike. In addition to not one but two state parks, the quaint downtown celebrates Scottish heritage annually. If you’re up to an adventure, try the Tunnel Beach Track where you can walk through a tunnel onto the beach during low tide. Just remember to check the tide chart before you go!
With over 300 responses averaging an approval rating of a 4.9 Google review, staying at the Beyond the Wall Bed and Breakfast is a no-brainer. These military veteran owners give back by accepting weird and regular folks as their guests. The themed bedrooms make all guests feel like part of the family. They even made one of the rooms military-themed.
Bayview Bed & Breakfast
12251 Shoreview Drive, Matlacha, FL 33993
Sit back and enjoy a waterfront view that includes both sunsets and sunrises while watching native tropical birds fly, boats putter, and otters swim. Look a bit closer in the water to see your own personal show of dolphins and manatees.
When you are ready to learn about the local history, visit Koreshan State Park to learn about the Calusa Indians who inhabited this area before Matlacha became a fishing community. Today, the town has plenty of fresh local seafood, artists galleries, and local gift shops to enjoy.
Tropical Paradise Bed & Breakfast
19227 Moore Haven Ct, Port Charlotte, FL 33948-9615
When you are looking for a bed and breakfast near Port Charlotte, the only facility that comes to mind is Tropical Paradise Bed and Breakfast. Located in the heart of Port Charlotte, the owners supply a relaxing and quiet atmosphere. Each day, guests will experience authentic Floridian life with water views from each window of the B&B.
You don’t have to go far, not even leave the property, to go fishing in Florida. Just remember that you might have a witness to your “fish that got away” story. Instead, simply plan a quick trip to Gasparilla Island for a full day of fishing. If the fishing adventure left you feeling a bit hungry, there are great places to fill your tummy nearby including TT’s Tiki Bar and The Grill at 1951.
Live like a tourist every day
Whether you are a doer or a viewer, Southwest Florida provides activities for all adventurers. Come for vacation. Stay as a resident. If you are interested in learning about investing in your own B&B, contact Kathleen Halbing.