If you are planning to take a Florida vacation this fall, staying in a Florida Keys bed and breakfast inn should be on top of your list. The Old Customs House Inn & Smallest Bar in Key West offers visitors a great place to kick back and soak up some Florida sun.
The Old Customs House Inn is located in historic downtown Key West, near the northwest end of Duval Street. The inn is within walking distance to great shopping, famous bars, restaurants and the Hemingway House. The Inn is just a short distance from the Mallory Square pier where nighttime festivities take place, featuring local and traveling street performers.
The legendary Key West Smallest Bar and the Hog’s Breath Saloon are right next door. It’s always amazing to see how many people can be packed into the tiny bar. This well-known hot spot holds the title as being the smallest bar in Key West, Florida. The drinks are affordable, and visitors are always having a great time.
Across the street from the inn, you will find Sloppy Joe’s bar, a favorite among locals and visitors. Some of the favorite menu items in Key West include Cuban black beans and rice, oysters on the half-shell, Italian pasta, Thai curried duck and Key West bar burgers.
All rooms include a private entrance, private bath, sitting area with cable television, local telephone, air conditioning, ceiling fans, efficiency kitchenettes with refrigerator and microwave. The rooms in the Key West Guesthouse are charming, clean, and private. Suites feature two queen beds, and Studios feature one queen bed. The handcrafted beds are made out of original Dade County Pine. Guests will find the rooms spacious, with hardwood floors, Saltillo-tiled kitchens and wicker furniture in all rooms.
The Old Customs Inn and Guesthouse is the perfect sub-tropical getaway for anyone needing a Florida vacation.
For more information, visit http://oldcustomshouse.com/