Sabal Palm House Bed and Breakfast Inn


Colleen and John Rinaldi
Lake Worth, FL
United States United States
Contact Name:
Colleen and John Rinaldi
109 N. Golfview Road
Lake Worth, FL 33460

The Sabal Palm House Bed and Breakfast in Palm Beach County is honored to be recognized by AAA for our commitment to provide you with the highest hospitality and service. Located walking distance to the beautiful Palm Beaches, the Intracoastal Waterway and Snook Islands Natural Area. The Inn is also a short walk to artistic downtown Lake Worth with its antique shops, art galleries, wonderful restaurants, ecotourism, and regional theatre. The Sabal Palm House is in the ideal location for your stay in South Florida to rest and relax when traveling from Orlando to Miami or the Florida Keys.

Accommodations include complimentary: gourmet breakfast, afternoon tea and homemade sweets, beverages and wine, wireless internet, daily housekeeping and romantic evening turn-down service.

Accepts Credit Cards, Beach, Beer/wine/cocktails, Boating, Breakfast, Cable/Satellite TV, CD/DVD, Fishing, Heated, High Speed Internet, Hiking, Laundry, Running Water, Snacks & Refreshments, Soft Drinks, Swimming, Towels, Wireless Internet Access
$130.00 to $285.00 per 1-Day
Nearest Water:
Atlantic Ocean
Local Attractions:
You will be minutes from the Flagler Museum and Worth Avenue in Palm Beach and the Palm Beach County Convention Center, Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Norton Museum and City Place in West Palm Beach and close to many golf courses.
Check In:
3:00 PM
Check Out:
11:00 AM

Fishing Spots


Atlantic Ocean (FL) Atlantic Ocean

West Palm Beach, FL
United States United States
28 38 1 16 8

Intercoastal Waterway Bay (Saltwater)

Delray Beach, FL
United States United States
63 1 6 4

Lake Osborne Lake (Freshwater)

Lake Worth, FL
United States United States
9 1 6 6

Lake Worth(Lagoon) Lake (Saltwater)

Lake Worth, FL
United States United States
1210 4 2 6 12

Fishing Reports

Lake Worth(Lagoon) Fishing Report 02.28.12

  The Sabal Palm House Bed and Breakfast is located close to many examples of Florida's natural beauty and wild life. Our home overlooks the Snook Islands Natural Area restoration project completed in 2005 which consists of 11 acres of mangroves, 2.2 acres of oyster reefs, 3.8 acres of Spartina grass, and over 60 acres of potential seagrass habitat. The Snook Island project has effectively added 100 acres of good quality wetland habitat to the central part of Lake Worth Lagoon...


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