Alan Faircloth Cottage in the historic waterfront section of Cedar Key.
Built in the early part of the 20th century. Named after a local net maker who once owned and lived here in the house. Beautifully restored two bedroom, two bath vacation rental.
Stay here next time you visit the historic seaside village of Cedar Key. Or make a special trip to Cedar Key just to stay in the Alan Faircloth House.
High Ceilings, original beadboard, heart pine floors and a lot of history greet our guests as they enter this beautifully restored home on First Street in Cedar Key.
The net maker, Alan Faircloth, lived here from 1939 to the 1970,s plying his trade and producing the gill nets for hundreds of Cedar Key fishermen over the years. His photo hangs in the house as a reminder of the "good ole days" in this seaside fishing village.