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Catering to the business traveler

Traveling for business, rather than pleasure? Consider staying at a bed-and-breakfast, where you are likely to find the modern conveniences of a hotel, in a setting more conducive to renewing your energy after a long, hard day. Many inns provide complimentary Wi-Fi…

Grandview, Mount Dora
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B&Bs accommodate the disabled

If you are confined to a wheelchair, or just have trouble with stairs, don’t rule out the pleasure of staying in a bed-and-breakfast. Many B&Bs in Florida offer a handicapped-accessible guest room. Here is a sampling of your many options. The Treehouse Cabana, at Melbourne…

Liza, the friendly "guard dog" at the Kenwood Inn.
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Don’t leave pets at home: B&B doors are open

Good news for bed-and-breakfast lovers with pets: You don’t have to leave them behind. There are plenty of Florida inns willing to accommodate four-legged guests. However, their policies vary and most charge a pet fee – ranging from reasonable…

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B&Bs earn Four Diamonds

Five historic Florida inns were among about 1,500 accommodations in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean to earn AAA’s 2015 Four Diamond Award on Jan. 16, based on the level of service, comfort, cleanliness and security provided to guests last…

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REVIEW: Black Dolphin Inn, New Smyrna Beach

How do I describe my recent experience at the Black Dolphin Inn? Amazing, from start to finish. My enjoyment began before I even spied the inn, when I turned onto Riverside Drive, a road along the Indian River lined with fine…