If you spent the weekend binge-watching Bloodline, like we did, you know the Florida Keys play a major role in the series. From the stormy beach scenes, to sweeping aerial shots of the Overseas Highway, the Keys are like another character on the show.
Much of the show’s action takes place at The Rayburn House, the family’s beloved inn which we learn has just celebrated its 45th anniversary. Thanks to one of our sleuthing followers, @texican88, we’ve tracked down the idyllic property that plays The Rayburn House in the series, and we can’t wait to pay it a visit in person!
As soon as Bloodline fans see The Moorings Village and Spa’s beach, dock, boats, and that now famous curved palm tree, they’ll know it is The Rayburn House, just like we did.
The Moorings Village and Spa is located at 123 Beach Rd, Islamorada, FL. Moorings offers a variety of rooms, ranging from $359 a night for a one room villa to $2,500 per night for the two-story plantation house featured on Bloodline. If you don’t want to check in, but do want to check out the resort’s beach, you can always have lunch at The Beach Cafe, which was also featured on the show.