The first “Certified Green Lodging” in Collier County offers a variety of digs: the Inn, whose spacious rooms arranged around a courtyard pool and waterfall have private bathrooms, TVs, phones, and small fridges; the Lodge, once a social center for the men who built the Tamiami Trail in the 1920s, with 11 small rooms (no TVs, phone, or heat, though) with a communal living area and bathrooms (one female, one male); and the Cottage, with living room, two bedrooms, full kitchen, bathroom, and screened-in porch (sleeps up to four). Owners Sandee and David Harraden are very knowledgeable about the Everglades and assist guests, running a variety of daily excursions. A full hot breakfast is provided during peak season; box lunches available year-round for $13. Note: There is no smoking in any of the buildings.
Everglades National Park
Everglades National Park› Hotel
The Ivey House
107 Camellia St (btw. Copeland and Buckner Aves.), Everglades City, FL
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Phone 877/567-0679, 239/695-3299 Prices Winter $99–$269; off-season $89–$179. 2-night minimum in cottage. Rates include continental breakfast. Amenities Restaurant (breakfast only); pool; free Wi-Fi Units 30 units Web site The Ivey HouseBook a Room Now
Map107 Camellia St Everglades National Park
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