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Riverfront Therapy & Spirit of the River Spa Hotel & Travel Guide
What's holding you back? Riverfront Therapy & Spirit of the River Spa was meant to be seen.
Apalachicola, where it is located, sits 65 miles (105 kilometers) from the capital of the state, Tallahassee.
The 5 accommodations that can be found within 2 miles (3 kilometers) of Riverfront Therapy & Spirit of the River Spa are perfect for travelers who are a bit strapped for time. The Water Street Hotel And Marina, the Coombs Inn and Suites and the Best Western Apalach Inn are a few that are popular, and only 0.1 miles (0.2 kilometers), 0.3 miles (0.5 kilometers) and 1 mile (2 kilometers) away, respectively.
Spend a couple of nights or longer at the Rancho Inn if you’re after a budget-friendly place to stay but don't want to travel too far. It's a mere 1 mile (2 kilometers) away.
Conveniently located within walking distance, Cafe Con Leche is one of the area's favorite places to take five and recharge. Alternatively, you might savor lunch or dinner at Up The Creek Raw Bar, which is also close by. Discover another facet of the area and meet some friends at Apalachicola Ice House, also just around the corner.
Other Things to Do Near Riverfront Therapy & Spirit of the River SpaIf you have extra time, check out some of the other attractions in the region:
- Plan a visit to Dixie Theatre and enjoy watching its talented actors give it all they've got.
- Pretty much every visitor here will hear locals refer to Apalachicola Chocalate Company at least once. It's a popular local store.
- Connect with nature by checking out the renowned Orman House Historic State Park, a wonderful location for anyone looking for a dose of the outdoors.
- Are you keen to put your credit card to use? The iconic Downtown Books & Purl is a not-to-be-missed store on many people's itineraries.
- History doesn't always come alive in lecture halls, but the exhibits at John Gorrie State Museum make learning an interesting experience for all visitors.