This sweet, Depression-era two-story redbrick structure is on a quiet corner a few blocks from peaceful Lake DeFuniak—just look for the two-tone 1937 Buick permanently moored out front. Each room has a different decor, from Asian to art deco to French country, and contains a combination of period antiques and reproductions. At the hotel restaurant, Bogey's (Tel. 850/951–2233), the dinner menu centers on fresh gulf seafood but also includes chicken, steak, and veal. It's an unusual find in a small town, and one of the nicer places to stay in this part of the Panhandle.