You are about to enter a 1917 storybook Arts and Crafts cottage, trimmed with peaked gables, colorful flowerboxes, and old-fashioned porches. Once inside, you'll discover Old World charm in a collection of exotic treasures, artwork, and furnishings.
It's an around the world tour that leads to spacious guest chambers with unusual furnishings, plush comforters, and pillowtop beds. Private facilities offer a whirlpool bath or soaking tub with shower.
Each morning, awaken to a candlelit continental hot breakfast, and each afternoon tea and cookies welcome you home. Guests are invited to play parlor games, snuggle up with a good book on the veranda, or relax by the fireplace.
Located within the Historic District, the inn is a short walk to the New England-style village and its antique and unique gift shops, bistros, tearooms, and fine restaurants. Enjoy games of golf or tennis, take a stroll on the Palm Island Boardwalk, a historic tour on the trolley, a horse and carriage ride, or set sail for a sunset cruise on Lake Dora.
A journey to the Coconut Cottage Inn is the most exotic excursion you can take without a passport.
A place where every night is an adventure.
We look forward to meeting you and making your bed and breakfast getaway a special occasion.
By compass, the Coconut Cottage Inn is located approximately 25 miles northwest of Orlando, 40 miles west of Daytona Beach, 80 miles east of Tampa Bay, and 240 miles north of Ft. Lauderdale/Miami.
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Private off-street parking
Historic District location, five blocks to shopping village
A wonderful winter retreat awaits...
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THE COCONUT COTTAGE INN -- AS SEEN ON TV!
Yes, quite a surprise when a van pulled up and we were at the door to check in our guests. Turns out it wasn't our guests, but an NBC van with reporter Kerry Sanders who was doing a story for the evening news on small towns and the current economy. By 5:30 he was recording his stand-up in front of the Coconut Cottage Inn. By 7 pm the entire nation had seen our home. We thank NBC and its executive team for introducing us to 15 million viewers.