If you like your inns small, warm, and cozy, with the bay on one side and a short two-block walk to the downtown historic area on the other, then this is the inn for you. The bedding, carpeting, and wallpaper reflect five periods of Pensacola's past: French and Spanish provincial, early American, antebellum, and Queen Anne. Several rooms have four-poster mahogany beds, and the rooms are large and comfortable, but the old-style furnishings might benefit from a little new-world
dusting. The lobby's collection of signed portraits of famous (and formerly famous) guests is a hoot. The cozy bar, 600 South, has a tapas menu, and a Continental breakfast is provided.