Cedar Key is one of those unique Florida places where you can truly unwind, even if you’ve had a horrible week. No traffic, no national chains, no crowds. It’s paradise on the Gulf Coast. One of the best places to stay on the island cluster is the Low-Key Hideaway located on State Road 24, the one and only road into Cedar Key.
This cozy, five-room waterfront motel provides everything you need to relax. An awesome view to watch the evening sunsets over the Gulf, clean Florida-themed rooms with modern touches and the most unique tiki bar this side of Hawaii made entirely of reclaimed wood and decorated with recycled “finds.”
Depending on the season, rates generally start around $115.