This historic Mediterranean-revival inn has lovely Old Florida original touches like cypress ceilings and pine floors. It's run by Jonnie Wall Flewelling, an Indiantown native whose family has owned the property for decades. Fox hunters and fishing aficionados are fans of this spot for its location, but it's got enough Southern charm to attract everyone—and the restaurant serves the finest fried-green tomatoes around. Carpeted rooms are done in country ruffles, and there
are rocking chairs on the porch and a sitting area on the second floor. Indiantown memorabilia decorates the lobby, and there's good local art throughout, including a mural depicting the Seminole tribe's history.