One of Apalachicola’s nineteenth century examples of early Florida’s unpretentious wood-frame vernacular architecture, this historic cottage has been tastefully renovated and equipped with modern conveniences to provide guests all the privacy and comforts of home.

Located within an easy stroll of the historic riverfront, restaurants, art galleries, and shopping, the Raney Guest Cottage is available year round from an overnight getaway to a fortnight stay.

The cottage features a master bedroom with a queen- size bed.; the second bedroom is furnished with two single beds. Each bedroom has its own private bath. (One is equipped with a shower, the other with a footed bathtub).

The cottage also contains a fully-equipped kitchen and separate dining room, gas fireplaces, screened back porch, WiFi, flat screen TV, DVD, central heat & air, washer/dryer.

A working fishing village, Apalach is situated at the point where the estuary of the Apalachicola River meets the Gulf of Mexico. In addition to authenticity, visitors are afforded countless opportunities to enjoy charter fishing excursions, superb fresh seafood, kayaking, bicycling, hiking, bird watching, horseback riding, and sunbathing on nearby St. George Island.

Welcome

welcomeLocated within an easy stroll of the historic riverfront, restaurants, art galleries, and shopping, the Raney Guest Cottage is available year round from an overnight getaway to a fortnight stay. Central heat and air-conditioning, two bedrooms, two full baths, dining room, fully-equipped kitchen, two gas fireplaces, screened back porch, TV, VCR, washer/dryer. Towels and linens furnished.

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Accommodations

accommodationsThe cottage features a master bedroom with a queen- size bed.; the second bedroom is furnished with two single beds. Each bedroom has its own private bath. (One is equipped with a shower, the other with a footed bathtub). The cottage also contains a fully-equipped kitchen and separate dining room, gas fireplaces, screened back porch, WiFi, flat screen TV, DVD, central heat & air, washer/dryer.

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Apalachicola

apalachicolaFrequently referred to as Florida’s Forgotten Coast, Apalachicola and its historic structures take one back to a time when cotton was king, the seaport was one of the busiest in the Union, and travel depended primarily upon waterways. Fondly called “Apalach” by locals, this place is the stuff of which Gloria Jahoda wrote when she penned “The Other Florida”.

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