PO Box 1818-15885 SW Warfield Blvd, Indiantown, FL 34956, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Jonnie Flewelling

Description

Circa 1926. Selected as one of the top 20 inns in Florida by the St. Petersburg Times, this historic inn is located halfway between Palm Beach and Lake Okeechobee in a citrus and cattle ranch area. Wallis Simpson...


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Romantic Getaway

I don't know where to begin this review. This is the most unique Inn I have ever seen. From the historical architecture, the Seminole murals on the East Wing walls, and the friendly staff and owner, our stay was absolutely perfect. The atmosphere is perfect for couples looking to get away from city life. The backyard is private with a very nice garden and pool located at the back of the property. If you are planning a trip to Lake Okeechobee or need to break up a long day of travel, I highly recommend the Seminole Country Inn. I promise you will not be disappointed.
Marion Hanahan

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Valentines Day Dinner

We had the opportunity to have dinner at this historic inn. It was a pleasure to visit a piece of Florida history. Dinner, however, was a little disapointing. Although well prepared and served, portions were much to be desired. We had a five course meal. The mixed green salad was alright, as was the bisque soup. The appetizer was three small shrimp with a jambalaya sause and a block of fried grits, again small but tasty. The main plate was two small chicken breasts with a three berry sauce over asparagus spears. No bread, no potatoes, no rice. Someone noticed that children at another table had french fries. One dad went over and took a couple fries. Dessert was probably the most disapointing. It included a large strawberry dipped in chocolate and a piece of cheese cake that was no larger than 1 inch square. Would I go back, probably not.
Robert M
2/15/2011

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Restaurant

The restaurant located at the Seminole Inn is a hidden treasure. If you have never tried Fried Green Tomatoes then this is the place to go. The inn is beautiful, the food is great and the service is the best! This is a great place to have a family reunion!
Beverly Elgin
7/4/2008

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At A Glance

3 Review(s)
67% would stay again
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St. Petersburg Times, The Sun Sentinel.


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