Stay at Harrington House, Anna Maria Island
With stunning views across the Gulf of Mexico, Harrington House is a delightful base for a stay on Anna Maria Island.
Harrington House, Anna Maria Island, USA
Boasting stunning views across the Gulf of Mexico, Harrington House is one of our favourite bed and breakfast properties and is a delightful base for a stay on Anna Maria Island. Its location, just moments from the white sandy beach offers the option of peaceful sunset strolls or more active pursuits such as kayaking with dolphins and cycling around the island.
There are 20 rooms and suites in total, set within four separate buildings and all offering private bathrooms, cable TV with DVD player, a telephone, free Wi-Fi access and air conditioning. A number of the guest rooms in the Main Inn also feature French doors opening onto balconies that overlook the heated pool and the Gulf of Mexico.
The 1940s Carriage House boasts five suites, all located on the second floor with a patio or deck mostly looking out to the Gulf of Mexico. They also share a common living and dining area with fridge, sink and microwave.
The Huth House is a short stroll away and features four rooms; all with a king size bed, fireplace and direct views of the Gulf of Mexico, with two also boasting a Jacuzzi.
The Dodt House is next door to the Main Inn and is perfect for longer stays; offering one, two or three bedroom suites with living and dining areas.
There are also five self-contained Island Bungalows with either one or two bedrooms, a full kitchen, washer/dryer and a shared heated pool. The minimum stay for the bungalows is seven nights, and children must be over 12.
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