My husband and I visited Live Oaks and it was the perfect place for the occasion, our one year anniversary. We stayed in the Osbourne with a beautiful Florida room on the second floor looking out on the marina. It also has a nice jacuzzi tub. We had a tour of all the rooms and they were all individually fabulous. Our next stay will be in the Troy. Hospitality was an A+ which is important when staying at a bed and breakfast. They made it feel like home and are always there when you need something and also gave you plenty of space.
Unique Quality: Surronded by the beauty of nature just sitting and eating breakfast is relaxing and beautiful. The location is close to everything. You can do as little and as much you want.
I have recently stayed at the Live Oaks Inn. It is under new ownership and has changed names. It is now called the Live Oaks Inn and the website is www.liveoaksinn.com. Rosario's kitchen no longer exists. The new owners did just buy a catering company. It is named Acorn Catering.
Unique Quality: Great views of the Halifax Harbor Marina and their private gardens. Very friendly owners. I lot of modern updates while keeping with a historic setting.
Directions: Historic Downtown Daytona Beach
My husband and I stayed at the Live Oaks Inn immediately after they renovated. It is beautiful. It was a very relaxing stay and we have already recommended it to friends who will be staying there later this spring. The staff is friendly and helpful.
Unique Quality: There is a great view of the marina. There are several enhanced amenities in the rooms including Jacuzzis, Victorian soaking tubs, sun rooms, private decks and new beds and linens.
Directions: It is located in Historic Downtown Daytona Beach within walking distance from restaurants and shopping. It is also right across from the marina.
The whole family gathered in Daytona for Christopher's graduation from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. We booked several rooms and found our stay thoroughly comfortable. Each room is decorated differently with Victorian touches, period furnishings, and homey atmosphere. We particularly liked the sunny breakfast room and fresh squeezed orange juice. Breakfasts were ample, the innkeepers friendly and accomodating. Outside sitting areas were very pleasant with views toward the waterfront and shade from the big old oak trees.
Unique Quality: Each of the Inn's sixteen rooms cleebrates one of the people or events which helped shape Florida's history. From the first settlers to auto racing and baseball, rooms feature memorabilia or furniture of the period. All rooms have private bathrooms, most with Jacuzzis or Victorian soaking tubs. All rooms over look the historical gardens or the Halifax Harbor Marina.
ASK ABOUT THE USE OF THE BOAT SLIPS AT THE MARINA ACROSS THE STREET, IF YOU ARE TRAVELLING BY BOAT.
Directions: 10 min. from Daytona Beach airport, from Tampa/St. Pete 2.5 hrs. drive...Orlando 1 hr....Miami 3.5 hrs. . . disney world 1.5 hrs.
We went to this historic bed and breakfast for dinner the first time we stayed at Halifax Harbor Marina. We were over on C dock, and this was the only place I could walk to. I have not stayed here, but the dining room was furnished with a lot of antiques.
Unique Quality: From a newspaper article on the internet:
"You may wonder what it costs to stay. There are ten rooms in the inn. Rates range from $90 to $115 off-season and $125 to $150 in-season."
Directions: From I-4, I-95 follow International Speedway Blvd. east, past US1 to Beach St. (don't go over the bridge). Turn right on Beach St. and go thru three lights. Halifax Harbor Marina will be on the left. The Live Oak Inn is on the right on Loomis Ave.
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