by Murray Balkcom – Thicket Magazine, March/April 2009
In our special little beach area of Florida’s Emerald Coast, there are no big-box stores, dance clubs, and chain restaurants. Some people want that from their beach vacation, and tend to stay in the bigger towns of Destin and Panama City Beach. But for folks wanting something different, then ...
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In a June poll, SoWal Scene readers picked Hibiscus Coffee & Guest House the “Best Place for Breakfast” in South Walton. SoWal Scene’s Best of South Walton also picked South Walton’s best burger, best place to workout, best pizza, best sushi, best place for a hair cut and best golf course
by Deborah Garrison Lowery-Southern Breeze 2008 Spring Issue
Spinach and Feta Frittata
Time really does stand still in this classic seaside village on the Florida Panhandle.
by Alex Crevar
By Joyce Owen, Walton Sun, 07/28/07
When a line of bicyclists roll into the parking lot at the Hibiscus Coffee and Guest House in Grayton Beach on Saturday morning they are warmly greeted by the innkeeper, Cheri Peebles. Peebles doesn’t know why they started coming to her little spot about a year ago, but she ...
by Carolanne Griffith Roberts – Southern Living Magazine, June 2005
It’s simply a place to “be.” That word starts the commands Cheri Peebles writes on the board at Hibiscus Coffee & Guesthouse every morning. “It’s all about us,” she says in that Grayton way. “It’s usually something I need that day, ‘Be Grateful’ or ‘Be Understanding’, or ‘Be ...
by Daily News’ restaurant reviewer, Colleen Coffield
GRAYTON BEACH – Hibiscus Coffee & Guesthouse is the kind of place that if I found it on my first day of vacation, I would return there for breakfast every other day. It has a charming atmosphere, reasonable prices, and food that is delicious, and good for you to boot [. . .]
By Angela Wibking, TravelLady Magazine
Open the vintage screen door to the Hibiscus Coffee and Guesthouse in Grayton Beach, just east of Destin on Florida’s Gulf Coast, and step back in time to a Florida of 60 years ago.
That’s the idea Louisiana businessman Kurt Tape and his wife Barbara had when they decided to open the coffeehouse/inn a ...