Top 8 Tampa Bay Bed and Breakfasts To Relax At
Want to go on a vacation but don’t want to stay in a generic hotel? Are you looking for a home away from home, whether you’re on a business trip or a vacation? One of these Tampa Bay bed and breakfasts will be right for you. Each of these bed and breakfasts have individually designed rooms, most decorated with antiques or other personable decorations, so you can feel at ease and welcome to relax and enjoy your day– with jacuzzis, tea times, and a host of other amenities. Peruse these Tampa Bay bed and breakfasts and find a home while you stay.
237 6th Avenue NE, Saint Petersburg, Fl
Built by Nimrod Longley for his wife, Anne, in 1908, this quaint two story house features four bedrooms and nightly turn-down service including a nightcap of port or sherry. Spend the day soaking in their in-ground hot tub or explore the surrounding Saint Petersburg.
5701 Shore Boulevard South, Gulfport, Fl
Overlooking Boca Ciega Bay, the Sea Breeze Manor is a refurbished 93-year-old inn complete with six luxurious bedrooms. Just minutes away from St. Pete Beach, Treasure Island, and Pass-a-Grille Beach to name a few, this is a great location for hitting up as many beaches as possible with minimal travel.
2221 Hinton Ranch Rd, Lithia, Fl
A relaxing country inn, the Palmer House is surrounded by grandfather oaks and a butterfly garden. You can pick from differently themed rooms such as Suite Romance or Country Morning. Spend your days being pampered in-house or take part of local activities– such as canoeing and hiking trails or a day trip to Disney or Busch Gardens. There are also discounts available for active military or religious groups.
1400 Viola Dr, Brandon, Fl
Labeled as the most historically accurate bed and breakfast in Florida, this Bradenton house is styled in the New England Saltbox architecture and only five minutes away from downtown Tampa. Their guest rooms can be found on their website, ranging from $79 to $109 a night. Enjoy an Amish sweet roll as you take in the history of this quaint Tampa Bay bed and breakfast.
1102 Riverside Dr, Palmetto, Fl
Sitting on the north bank of Manatee River, this modern bed and breakfast is a staple of luxury. A winner of numerous awards, Palmetto Riverside boasts 6 waterfront bedrooms and is also a great wedding location.
304 15th StW, Bradenton, Fl
Built in 1926, The Londoner has each of the six bedrooms representative of different areas of London– such as the Victoria Suite or the Westminster. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast and afternoon here, or walk around historic downtown Bradenton just outside the front steps.
335 8th Ave. N.E., Saint Petersburg, Fl
Named after the settlers of Saint Petersburg who built the house, not the famous author Charles Dickens, the Dickens house is a remodeled centennial home located near downtown Saint Petersburg in the historic Old Northeast section. Be sure to check out their different rooms because each is priced differently with seasonal changes.
126 4th Avenue NE, Saint Petersburg, Fl
Self-described as “more boutique inn than typical bed and breakfast,” Watergarden Inn hosts 14 rooms over two buildings. Each room is equipped with queen or king sized beds, private bathrooms (most with whirlpool tubs), and numerous other amenities. You can even surprise your special someone with a romance package.
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