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If you are looking for a quiet place that takes you back in time to the days when life moved slowly and was filled with peace, come and enjoy the Retreat.

RATES
Seasonal prices for the Retreat are as follows:
Daily Rate $185.00 Two Night Minimum 50% deposit to hold reservation
     Weekly Rate $1110.00
Cleaning Fee $50.00
     Dog Fee $10.00 per day per dog

AVAILABILITY
Please call 850-421-8552 for availabiliy

To make a reservation please click the button below or call (850) 421-8552
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Local areas of interest include:

Wakulla Springs State Park
20 minutes Drive
(0ne of the most beautiful, and largest, springs in the world, with a swimming beach, hotel, fine restaurant & river cruise)
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Natural Bridge Battlefield Monument
10 minutes
(The site of the civil war battle to save the capital of Florida from falling into Union hands- a group old men and young boys established fortified positions at a “natural” bridge across the St. Marks river, and successfully turned away Union troops marching north to capture Tallahassee)
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Florida Capital
25 minute drive (The view of Tallahassee from the 22nd floor is thrilling and portrays Tallahassee’s love affair with its trees)

Museum of Natural History
40 minutes

St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge & Lighthouse
20 minute drive
(wild and natural Florida at its finest-salt marsh, coastal areas, alligators, many species of birds, hiking trails, boat ramps, historic light house and much more)

Town of St. Marks
20 minute drive
(historic fort & waterfront seafood restaurants)

Town of Havana
50 minute drive
(neat place with lots of antique shops)

Carabelle Beach
1 hr. & 15 minute drive
(Public beach with restrooms & picnic tables)

Mexico Beach
1 hour & 30 minute drive
(Beautiful uncrowded beaches & good seafood restaurants)

Panama City Beach
2 hours & 15 minute drive
(many attractions and fine seafood restaurants)

Florida Caverns State Park
1 hour & 15 minute drive
(most beautiful caverns in Florida)
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Tallahassee Museum
40 minute drive
This is a fascinating museum on 52 acres on the west side of Tallahassee which has something of interest for everyone in the family. History, nature and wildlife intersect at the Tallahassee Museum, telling a story about the culture and natural history of Florida’s Big Bend region. There is too much at the museum to cover here. Go to the web site below.
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Alfred B. Maclay Gardens State Park
40 minutes drive
These beautiful ornamental gardens were first planted in 1923 by Alfred B. and Louise Maclay after they purchased the property for their winter home. A masterpiece of floral architecture, the gardens feature a picturesque brick walkway, a secret garden, a reflection pool, a walled garden, and hundreds of azaleas and camellias. For walking enthusiasts, two short nature trails meander through the woods overlooking the lake. Hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians can enjoy five miles of multi-use trails winding through the woods surrounding Lake Overstreet, located on park property adjoining the gardens. High blooming season is from January 1-April 30 with the floral peak in mid-to-late March. During these months, the Maclay house is usually open daily, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. The park is Located one-half mile north of I-10 on U.S. 319.
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St. George Island State Park
1 hour drive
Miles of undeveloped beaches and emerald waters provide the perfect setting for this park. The park offers ample opportunities for sunbathing, swimming, canoeing, boating, hiking, camping, and nature study. Two boat ramps provide access to Apalachee Bay where anglers can fish for flounder, redfish, sea trout, pompano, whiting, and Spanish mackerel. Few parks offer better opportunities for gulf coast shelling. Shore birds such as the snowy plover, least tern, black skimmer, and willet often nest along the park´s sandy shores and grass flats. The park has six large picnic shelters equipped with grills, tables, and restrooms. The campground features full-facility campsites; a primitive campsite can be accessed by trail or by private boat. Located on St. George Island, 10 miles southeast of Eastpoint, off U.S. 98.
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Tallahassee Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
Welcome to the Tallahassee Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. You will discover much to do and see in Tallahassee and the surrounding areas. From recreational to leisure activities, Tallahassee Florida offers something for everyone in the family.
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