About Hibiscus Coffee & Guesthouse

Since 1994, Hibiscus Coffee & Guesthouse has served as a local old-fashioned, romantic getaway in beautiful Grayton Beachwhere kicking back is a requirement. We have 12 distinctly different room accommodations, all furnished and decorated with a vintage, 1950s Old Florida feel. We are proud to be the only hotel in the immediate 30A area with three pet-friendly rooms and three condo flat-styled rooms with full kitchens, private laundry, and a dryer. Our rooms have full amenities, including satellite TV, mini or full-sized refrigerator, microwave oven, coffee pot, iron and ironing board, private bath, a blow-dryer, and WiFi. Every stay includes a wonderful morning breakfast in our historic on-site café.

We have three very different buildings on the grounds. The Café Building is home to Hibiscus Café and our four original guest rooms:  The TurnerMagnolia, and Hibiscus rooms upstairs. The Woodpecker Cottage is stand-alone and just across the courtyard.

Bert’s Barn, built in 1904, has five guestrooms. Downstairs, we have the Big Easy, designed to accommodate our wheelchair-using patrons, the Funky Bird, the second of our three pet-friendly rooms, and just a dog-trot away, is the Old Florida. The Tropical Bird and Romance Rooms are upstairs, sharing a full kitchen with one another. These two rooms are well situated to rent individually or as a suite that can accommodate up to 8 guests.

The Flats are where you’ll find the office and our three one-bedroom apartments, each with a king-size bed, full kitchen, washer & dryer, large flat-screen TV, and fold-out sofa bed. Flat 2 is downstairs and is our other pet-friendly room. Flat 3 and Flat 4 are located upstairs above the office, and each has a private balcony.

If you are looking for a great place to host your wedding, reception, brunch, rehearsal dinner, or another special occasion, our unique garden-style event venue, the Backyard of Love, will accommodate up to 75 guests.

Relax in the courtyard overlooking the garden, find a comfy table for breakfast, or sit back in one of the Adirondacks to read a good book.

Grayton Beach is one of many small coastal beach towns that run along the historic 30a scenic highway. We sit just between Panama City Beachabout 25 miles to our east, and Destin, about 25 miles to the west. Our little town is an enclave surrounded by state park lands, including the gorgeous Grayton Beach State Park. What makes Grayton Beach unique compared to other beaches it’s natural dune lake you can paddleboard down, impressively high dunes. With special permitting, Walton County residents can drive on Grayton Beach throughout the year. 

There are many good places to eat up and down 30A, and several are within easy walking distance. Just up the street, through the four way, is Hurricane Oyster Bar (We like sitting out on the screened-in porch) and Chanticleer Eatery, a local lunch favorite.

Around the corner, headed east on 30A, is the Grayton Beer Brew Pub, serving a full menu in addition to its wide selection of locally brewed beer. Next is Borago, our favorite local Italian restaurant. A little further down, in the Uptown Grayton shopping center, is Grayton Seafood Company, an excellent place for fresh, traditional seafood.