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It's Flip Flop State of Mind ... What to Expect When You Stay at Mango Street Inn

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You may as well arrive at Mango Street Inn in a flip flop state of mind!



It's our goal to ensure you have a relaxing vacation when you arrive at our Fort Myers Beach bed & breakfast. Here's just a small taste of what you can expect!

From the moment you arrive, you'll feel right home beginning with the welcome note on your guest suite door!


Sleep in or take an early morning stroll on our beautiful beach and discover the enchanting treasures of the Gulf of Mexico. At low tide, the shells are plentiful and you'll feel like you are walking on water.


You'll start each morning, Monday through Saturday, with an incredible breakfast to fuel you through your day. Dan cooks up a different breakfast daily and each one is better than the next! Most guests sit under the pergola in our common area and enjoy breakfast together, but we are also happy to serve it in your guest suite should you decide to relax indoors or if the weather is inclement.




We supply the beach chairs, b…

Visit Fort Myers Beach, One of the Most Beautiful Beaches in the World!

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If you have visited Mango Street Inn, the best bed and breakfast in Fort Myers Beach, you already know that we have one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Our white sand, warm waters, and shell filled beach is truly a wonder to behold. Mere footsteps from the Inn, our beautiful beach has been named one of the best beaches in the United States by numerous magazines and travel organizations (even beating out several beaches in Hawaii!).



What you may not know is that we are also surrounded by dozens of other beaches, each with something unique to offer. Mango Street Inn is a short distance from all of them, so when you stay with us, you'll have the opportunity to explore some of these other beauties!



Here are 6 of our Favorites 1. Bowditch Point Park This beautiful beach is located at the North end of the island.  It has shoreline on both the Gulf of Mexico and Matanzas Pass.  This beach has 10 acres of preserved beach area and has trails, gardens, picnic areas, restrooms, …