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There are two reviews from 2017 that while the writer's opinions, should not taint your visit to Mexico Beach or The Driftwood Inn.We'd been given a "heads up" as to the age of the place, a quirky older owner Woodie, he dog (never saw him...More
My husband and I are in our late sixties, and childhood trips to the beach were a lot like our stay here. Our large first floor room was tiled with a kitchenette, small table with two chairs, sofa bed, coffee table, king sized bed and...More
We have been staying at the Driftwood Inn on and off for fifteen years. We can not say enough good things about the Driftwood Inn. They always treat us like family and the room are decorated beautifully and always very clean. The landscaping is some...More
After driving 11 hours to Mexico beach I was happy to find that there were still places that value family’s and their pets. This establishment is not perfect but it’s homey and welcoming. They welcomed our children and our dog. Very pleased with our choice!
The location was great, and the setting is lovely. The rooms were furnished in interesting furniture, so they didn't look like every other hotel room you've ever been in. There was a full kitchen; bathroom was small, but quite clean and had everything you'd need....More
There is a beach in Mexico Beach that you can take dogs on. It's to the right of the canal. You would enter on the road by the visitor's center. Unfortunately that road is closed due to some work on the canal and it won't... More
There is a beach in Mexico Beach that you can take dogs on. It's to the right of the canal. You would enter on the road by the visitor's center. Unfortunately that road is closed due to some work on the canal and it won't be open til sometime next year. The next town on highway 98 is St. Joes; they allow dogs on til heir beaches.