Halloween is over, Thanksgiving is next and just around the corner is the Christmas Holidays. It’s not too early to think about Florida Inn Gift Certificates. Plan ahead so that you can offer a wonderful gift for your special loved ones. I’m sure Mom and Dad, or Grandma and Grandpa would enjoy a stay at any of the Florida Inns. Even your Son and Daughter in law would appreciate a few days away from the kids. It’s easy and delivered to your door. Your friends and family will love your gift this year. Florida Inns Gift Certificates. Order here
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The Florida Inns is thrilled to announce the expansion and ability for the traveling public to find quality Florida lodging properties, in addition to Bed and Breakfast and Boutique Inns, with the Florida Hotel Collection and Florida Inns Guest Houses Collection.
Check back soon to see the beautiful independent hotels and guest houses that the Florida Inns will be adding to the website.
Royal Palm woman serves as Advocate for Bed and Breakfast Inns
What to do for Father’s Day? It’s not too soon to think about what you are going to give your Father for Father’s Day. In this day and age, I think it’s safe to say that giving a tie is too traditional and we should step up our game and become creative. What does your Dad like to do? What are some of his hobbies? Would a family trip together be a great way to spend quality time? Who doesn’t love to come to the sunshine State? Florida has just about anything a Dad could want to do from fishing, boating, relaxing and drinking tropical juices to a nice cold beer. Think about what would be fun and present a Florida Bed and Breakfast Inn Gift Certificate for a great gift on Father’s Day Sunday, June 21, 2015.
Surprise your Mom on Mother’s Day with a Florida Bed and Breakfast Inn Gift Certificate. It’s a perfect Gift for your Mom that can be used any time during the year. Moms do so much for us and we forget she likes time away to regroup, rethink and regenerate. Show her how much you care by giving her a Gift Certificate from the Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns. Who doesn’t want to stay at a Bed and Breakfast in Florida? She’ll have fun, fun, fun! Show your mother how much you appreciate her by going out of your way for her now. Florida is always a nice getaway.
Monticello Home & Heritage Tour
Saturday, March 14, 2015
10:00 am – 4:30 pm
The residents of Jefferson County are extremely proud of their historic heritage. Over 20 stately homes and public buildings, beautiful trees and lovely gardens paint an elegant portrait of the Old South. This is a wonderful opportunity to see an historic town and stay at the John Denham House Bed and Breakfast, an authentic elegant, historic restoration. Listed on the National Historic Register, this thirteen room 145 year old early Victorian Mansion was built by a cotton trader who shipped cotton and goods to New York and back. It has eight fireplaces, an acre of restored grounds and a cupola on top.
Monticello Florida Bed and Breakfasts Inns are located in North West Florida. Monticello is just 23 miles east of Florida’s capital city of Tallahassee, and is fast becoming one of that city’s favorite “bedroom communities”. Monticello is approximately mid-way between Jacksonville, Florida’s northern-most Atlantic port and Pensacola, one of her largest Gulf ports.
Historically, the City of Monticello has no equal in Northern Florida. Nestled within the tree lined streets of Monticello are many antebellum homes which provide a unique look and feel to the city. During the depression of the 1930s, many of the residents of Monticello could not afford to build new homes and the houses were renovated or restored. Today, these homes offer tourists a rare glimpse of the original architectural styles, which prevailed in the south prior to the civil war.
“FBBI CARES” TWO NIGHT STAY GIVE-A-WAY
Beginning: February 22, 2015
Ending: April 22, 2015
Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns (FBBI) has lots of heart give-a-way. FBBI will award a two-night stay for two, including a complimentary Breakfast for two, at a participating Florida Bed and Breakfast Inn to someone who you feel is deserving. (It cannot be yourself) Nominate someone who is near and dear to you and tell us their story. Tell us why this person is deserving and special to you in 200 words or less. When you feel a heart connection, it’s a very special thing.
- Like us on Facebook
- Winner must agree to FBBI sharing their story
- FBBI will choose the most heartwarming story winner.
Deadline for submission: April 22, 2015
Award Winner will be chosen at the FBBI Board Meeting on April 27, 2015
Winner will be contacted to verify acceptance of award, then public announcement
Rules: Like Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns Facebook Page
Winner must give permission to Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns to Tell Your Story
No Cash Value – not redeemable for cash
Two Night Stay must be consecutive two nights
Based on Availability at participating Inns
Not all Member Inns are participating. See list on website for participating Inns.
Cannot be used during Black Out periods and Special Events according to participating Inns.
Must guarantee reservation with credit card and give date of award.
Award Reservation will be coordinated through FBBI Office
Must be used within 1 year from date of award.
All policies of participating Inn apply.
Valid ID required at Check In
Award cannot be transferred to another.
Christmas is just around the corner! Now is a good time too think about purchasing a Florida Bed and Breakfast Inn Gift Certificate which can be used anytime throughout the year. A gift certificate for a Bed and Breakfast Inns Florida is a unique way to show someone how much they mean to you. What could be better than a gift of relaxation, hospitality and good food? There are over 85 Bed and Breakfast or Boutique Collection Inns your loved one can choose from whether they want to experience the beach, the country atmosphere, a quaint downtown or a large city.
This year, do something special for someone you love: send them to a Florida Bed and Breakfast or Boutique Inn.
Gift certificates are redeemable for a year after the date of purchase, allowing ample time for folks to schedule a getaway. They can be spontaneous or plan a vacation months in the future – the beauty of this is that the details are up to them.
Everyone knows folks who just don’t ever think to give themselves a mini-holiday. They may dream of a few days on Key West or Amelia Island, but it is hard for them to actually make the arrangements. That’s where you come in. Give them a reason to schedule a Florida vacation. They will thank you for it.
The TV commercials are full of advertisements asking you to take vacation days. Too many people are not taking advantage of their vacation days. You earned them! Here is my personal invitation to explore and enjoy Florida this winter. I’m not talking about Disney, but experiencing the real Florida. Central Florida offers citrus and cattle, beautiful rivers, woods to explore, fossil hunting, rodeos and delicious food in off the beaten path locations. See a different culture and the cowboys of old who work the cattle and those who grow produce for the world. Smell the orange blossoms in March, there is nothing like it. They seem to bloom unexpectedly overnight and the fragrance is intoxicating. Of course the beaches are always a good idea to think, dream and regenerate for a time. But do get up and enjoy what else there is to do.
The Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns are located throughout Florida from the beaches to the lakes, from the panhandle to the keys, there is a beautiful guest room waiting just for you. www.Florida-Inns.com When you stay at a Florida Inn it’s like having your own personal concierge to help you navigate activities you want to pursue.
You can enjoy Florida the way it used to be – unspoiled beaches, abundant wildlife, and beautiful sunrises and sunsets. As Seen on ABC’s Good Morning America, Turtle Beach Inn at Indian Pass is “Old Florida” where you can experience the charm and natural beauty of Florida’s Forgotten Coast. Located in the panhandle of Florida, the Turtle Beach Inn and cottages are nestled between cabbage palms and long-needled pines on an often deserted Gulf coast beach that is also a sea turtle nesting area. You can swim, shell, fish, kayak, bike, golf or even go horseback riding. Canoeing, boating, fishing, snorkeling, and scuba diving are also available in the area. You can go there to simply relax on the porches or on the beach. There are state parks, national forests, and wildlife preserves waiting to be explored, all right there on the Forgotten Coast. Two nearby historic towns (Apalachicola and Port St. Joe) offer unique restaurants, shopping, and friendly people. St. Vincent Island, a federal wildlife preserve, is just a short paddle or boat ride from the inn. The Turtle Beach Inn is a Florida DEP certified Green Lodging establishment.