Few places will confuse visitors more than the Seminole Country Inn (1926) in Indiantown, 30 miles northwest of West Palm Beach. You expect some rural estate and find an urban, downtown property.
You then open the grand double French doors and enter a classic lobby with a pecky cypress ceiling and bronze chandeliers. You notice the elegant Windsor Dining Room where for 80 years locals have come for brunch.
Even the 22 guest rooms reflect a sophisticated clientele. So what do guests do for activities? Wild boar hunting, bass fishing, and frog gigging. I guess you can have this luxury in the country.