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Gibson Inn

51 Ave C Apalachicola FL 32320
(850) 653-2191
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(850) 653-3521

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The Gibson Inn offers a variety of accommodation and dining options to its guests. It has more than 30 guest rooms that feature antique furnishings, cable televisions, telephones and wireless Internet. The hotel was established in 1907 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Gibson Inn has several meeting facilities equipped with audiovisual equipment and can accommodate...

Weddings & Special Events, Restaurant, Pet-Friendly Rooms, Overnight Accommodations, Military Discount, Dinner, Catering, Breakfast, Bar, AARP Discount, AAA

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One of a few inns on the National Register of Historic Places still operating as a full-service facility, this turn-of-the-20th-century hostelry in the heart of downtown is easily identified by its wraparound porches, intricate fretwork, and widow's walk. Large rooms are furnished with period pieces like four-poster beds, antique armoires, and pedestal lavatories. Extremely popular for weddings...

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Built in 1907 as a seamen's hotel and gorgeously restored, this cupola-topped inn is such a brilliant example of Victorian architecture that it's listed on the National Register of Historic Inns. No two guest rooms are alike (some still have the original sinks in the sleeping areas), but all are richly furnished with period reproductions. Nonguests are welcome to wander upstairs and peek into...

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My husband, daughter had myself made reservations for Thanksgiving. We were more than dissatisfied with the Thanksgiving Turkey dinner. The turkey was touch, and difficult to cut. The appearance of the food on the plate looked as though the food was thrown on it. No care was taken to the appearance. A big disappointment, would never go back.

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Ambiance abounds ...from the quaintness of the area, the stylish "old south cracker" feel of the hotel, and a staff that is willing and able to please. Additionally, Bret the chief of the restaurant in the hotel is approachable and accommodating to the point of cooking a special seafood 'culinary delight' of my own specifics. It was executed to perfection....

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A fully restored, turn of the century inn, with all the charm of the era. Built in 1907, this beautiful 3 story inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Inn features 30 guest rooms, a full-service bar, and is home to Gormleys at the Gibson, fine dining restaurant. Our wrap around verandas offer a unique spot to enjoy a cocktail while watching the sunset, or a cup of coffee...

"A fine example of Florida "Cracker" architecture," the Gibson Inn is listed on the National Historic Register of Historic Places. Built of native heart pine and black cypress, the Gibson Inn offers 30 guest rooms with private bathrooms. Most rooms are uniquely appointed with authentic antique furnishings.

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