Ivey House

107 Camellia St., Everglades City, Florida, 34139, USA

A remodeled 1928 boardinghouse built for crews working on the Tamiami Trail, Ivey House (originally operated by Mr. and Mrs. Ivey) now fits adventurers on assorted budgets. One part is a friendly B&B bargain with shared baths and a cottage. The adjoining 18-room inn (opened in 2001) has private baths—plush by Everglades City standards. Most inn rooms surround the screen-enclosed pool and courtyard. Decor includes Everglades and Ten Thousand Islands photography. The layout promotes camaraderie, but there are secluded patios with chairs and tables for private moments. Free Wi-Fi is in the dining area, pool courtyard, and lodge area. Rates include breakfast. Guests are offered 20% discounts on canoe and kayak rentals and tours via Everglades Rentals & Eco Adventures.

PROS

  • historic
  • pleasant
  • affordable

CONS

  • not on water
  • some small rooms

Location

QUICK FACTS

B&B/Inn
Historical
Intimate
Central
Casual Chic

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 877-567–0679 | 239-695–3299

HOTEL DETAILS

30 rooms, 18 with bath; 1 2-bedroom cottage
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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