The name Night Swan, was derived from the origin of the Nighswonger family name from Switzerland.
The Main House was built in 1906. Martha & Chuck Nighswonger purchased the Main House and 2 cottages in 1990. They added 5 bathrooms in the Main House, completely rewired, painted the entire exterior, and began decorating. There are 7 guest rooms, all with a private tile or cultured marble shower bathroom.
The Guest Cottage began as a stable, then a garage, next an apartment in the 1970’s, and the B&B Guest Cottage in 1994. The upstairs features a 2-bedroom suite, and a private, outside deck, overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway. The downstairs suite is large with a king bed, kitchenette, and sitting room, as well as a private outside patio with a great view.
The Cygnet House was built in 1910. It was the Brannon Family home for more than 70 years. The Nighswongers purchased the building in 1997, and were ready for guests in February of 1998. Six guest rooms and a Meeting Room were created, all with a king bed, and an extra-large whirlpool tub and shower.
We now have a nice slideshow of our beautiful inn!Espresso, Appetizers, and Desserts are available to the public everyday from 10am to 7pm. Come enjoy the views from the front room, the porch or the dock! Other functions, such as meetings, weddings, showers, luncheons, parties, memorial celebrations, etc., may be planned in advance.We have a fireplace in the lobby at the Night Swan Intracoastal Bed & Breakfast. Stop by to grab a cappuccino and get warm!
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