Our 2-day stay at the Grandview was awesome! The property is conveniently located to downtown and the walk is lovely. Our room was so cozy and comfortable, sheets pressed and the extra touches in the bathroom (Tommy Bahama) bath gels; phenomenal describes it best!
Gordy and Patti are wonderful hosts; we felt more like family than guests and the wine and cheese social hour is a really cool way to meet the other guests and get to know the hosts too – don’t miss this chance.
I don’t drink wine so Patti prepared a special version of iced tea for me – unbelievable hospitality. The breakfast is to die for especially the “orange zest” French toast and the eggs poached to perfection. What more can I say; the Grandview is #1 for a reason.
Thanks Gordy and Patti, we look forward to seeing you again soon........
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Visit the historic William Watt House, circa 1906, complete with a saltwater pool and original windmill on site. The owner of many acres of citrus, Watt invented corrugated cardboard as a packaging medium for his oranges. Watt's residence was surrounded by the orange groves.The house sits on over an acre-plus of land within two blocks of downtown Mount Dora, on the corner of Third and Grandview. Quaint shops, fantastic restaurants and antique shops are nearby. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Grandview b&b
- Grandview Hotel Mount Dora