We love this converted 1950s-vintage motel because it has some of the area's best sunrise and sunset views and, like the rest of historic Pass-A-Grille, is totally friendly and totally Old Florida. The grounds, dotted with huge live oaks and sea grapes, teak deck chairs and a weathered fishing pier, add to the resort's character. The property is nicely landscaped, and it's an easy walk to the beach. Grills are available if you want to barbecue. The resort offers several
one-bedroom cottages as well as a three-bedroom cottage that make it a great place for families who want to enjoy the beach life (the 3-bedroom has a private pool). Continental breakfast is served on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Four-night minimum stay during holidays.