Concierge.com's insider take:
What makes this B&B such a hidden gem is its affable, unflappable staff: They help make the place feel more like a private home than a hotel. There's harp music in the main room, a complimentary glass of wine or champagne on arrival, and a 500-strong library of books and DVDs that guests can rifle through during their stay. All 22 of the British colonialstyle rooms here have planter's chairs, mahogany headboards, floral bedspreads, and antique etchings as well as clever touches like blackout drapes for a sound night's sleep; the deluxe category ups the ante with wet bars, microwaves, and fridges. Make sure to spend some time at the hotel's charming free-form pool, which overlooks the Intracoastal Waterwayby day, there's free iced tea on tap and you can book an alfresco massage at the spa. An added convenience is that the water taxi stops just yards away.
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