Before Gulfport boasted an eclectic mix of restaurants, First Friday art openings, and a monthly marketplace, fishing ruled the day. In the late 19th and first half of the 20th century, locals and Gulfport visitors alike loved our water for its bounty of fresh seafood. Boca Ciega Bay and tidal estuary Clam Bayou teemed with oysters, clams, grouper, scallops, mullet, shrimp, and other tasty morsels.
We can’t change our roots — and we don’t want to, because we love that our boutique inn remains part of Gulfport’s rich maritime history — but we have maximized the space in each of our cozy guestrooms to make sure every inch offers you maximum comfort and luxury. Our guests don’t stay with us for spacious suites; they return to our charming Gulfport inn because even the smallest of our rooms offers them luxe bedding, comfortable yet stylish design, and modern rooms steeped in history.