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The Holidays in NW Florida

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

Planning to travel to NW Florida during the holidays this year? If so, consider staying in a NW Florida bed and breakfast.

Bed and Breakfast inns are more intimate than traditional hotels. It can be a bit sad to stay in a corporate hotel over Thanksgiving or Christmas, but staying in a b&b just feels good. Whether you are in NW Florida to visit family or friends or simply to be someplace different during the holidays, you’ll find a home away from home in a NW Florida bed and breakfast.

You’re guaranteed to start your day with a fresh, delicious breakfast; some inns offer light refreshments in the evening as well. Guests stretch out and enjoy the privacy of their rooms, but are also invited to relax in common areas. You’ll find you have plenty of space, as well as the company of the innkeepers and other guests. By the time you check out, you may feel as if your family has grown.

Happy Holidays, from NW Florida inns in Apalachicola, Branford, Cape San Blas, DeFuniak Springs, Port St. Joe, Quincy, and Tallahassee.

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The Rivers of NW Florida

Monday, October 4th, 2010
Moment zen

A quiet paddle in NW Florida

Branford Florida sits in the midst of NW Florida‘s Spring and River country. It is a paradise for all who enjoy water sports. Canoe, raft, swim, and dive in the waters near Branford Florida bed and breakfasts.

Little River WMA  is a quiet area north of Branford encompassing more than 2,000 acres and a winding stretch of the Suwannee River. Paddle the river, horseback ride, hike and look for wildlife. Troy Springs WMA is adjacent to Little River and covers a four mile stretch of the Middle Suwannee River. (more…)

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