From warm and cozy country bed and breakfasts to elegant and historic hotels, author, photographer, and illustrator Bruce Hunt has composed the definitive guide to Florida's most quaint, historic, romantic, and often eclectic lodgings. Looking to spend some time in a Victorian house in a quiet, tree-filled neighborhood or at a seaside cottage that evokes memories of summers spent at the beach? Perhaps you'd like to stay in a grand Henry Flager era hotel where Vanderbilts, DuPonts, and Rockefellers wintered. Bruce personally visited each of the places he describes here and lets you in on which rooms are his favorites, what he had for breakfast, and even where to catch up with a few ghosts. The author of Visiting Small Town Florida gives us more charming places to visit. Come along for the ride as Bruce rambles around the state, stopping for a spell at 135 of the best inns and bed and breakfasts Florida has to offer. Written in an engaging, personal style, Florida's Finest Inns and Bed and Breakfasts relates the histories of many of the places Bruce visits as well as the personal stories of innkeepers and caretakers.One Fifth Avenue Indian Rocks Beach 1 5th Avenue Indian Rocks Beach, Florida 33785 (800) 876-5302 ext. ... Although it is technically neither an inn nor a bed aamp; breakfast, Ia#39;ve included this Indian Rocks beach house because it holds a very special place in my heart and in my memory. ... on Indian Rocks Beach, intending to knock down some of the old houses to make way for multi-story condominiums.
|Title||:||Florida's Finest Inns and Bed & Breakfasts|
|Publisher||:||Pineapple Press Inc - 2008-11-30|