Perfect for the fisherman, this is the place to call home in the middle of all the Matlacha fun! Great shopping, eating and drinking within stumbling distance. Great island feel with private lanai to enjoy nature right on the canal less than 30 seconds to big water. www.anglersinnmotel.com
Matlacha Cottages are located in the historic district of Matlacha (Mat-la-shay), an Indian name meaning "water to the chin". Currently we are only offering one unit with kitchen, air conditioning / heating, cable television, Wi-Fi, parking, private decks and dock with a glorious waterfront view of Matlacha Bay.
Knolls Court is a privately owned family waterfront motel resort located on the bay in the heart of historic Matlacha, Florida. Each of our efficiencies is fully furnished and equipped with a full Kitchen, Internet and Cable TV. www.knollscourtmotel.com
Built on a dock that extends into Pine Island Sound, staying "on the water" takes on its truest meaning at Bridgewater Inn. Stay a few days, a week, or longer; we can't be beat for location, value, and fantastic fishing! Come by land or by sea - you can dock your boat room-side. www.bridgewaterinn.com
The Matlacha Cove Inn is built directly in the water on wood pilings with a water vista that is nothing less than spectacular.
Water access, Little Snookie & Redfisher, are interior suites with access and usage of the common deck and dock.
Captiva Suite & Heron Hideaway are both on the waterfront and have sliding glass doors that open directly to the outside patio and dock area. Both have private balconies with incredible panoramic wide water views of Matlacha Pass, an aquatic preserve, and Charlotte Harbor. Water as far as the eye can see. Both suites offer a coveted exposure ensuring our famous west coast sunsets every night. www.matlachacoveinn.com
Pine Island Paradise Resort is in the center of Matlacha Village, with the bay on both sides of the road in walking distance to many really good restaurants, art galleries, boat rentals, bait shops and ‘The Fishingest Bridge’ -a name given by the Guinness book of records because no matter what time of day or night there is always someone fishing on it. 239) 219-2513