Posts Tagged ‘summer’

Windemere Inn by the Sea Melbourne Beach Florida

Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Another lost turtleSummer is here, the kids are out of school and there are exciting offers at the Windemere Inn by the Sea, located in beautiful Indialantic, Florida on the Atlantic Ocean.  Situated on a private beach, enjoy, relax and let the sound of the ocean make your stress vanish!  Discounts include Eco Trek Tours, golf packages and 3 discounted rooms from Sunday through Thursday with a 2 night or more minimum.

30% OFF YOUR CHOICE OF 3 ROOMS!  For June and July, the South Beach, Forever Spring or the Enchantment at 30% off with a 2 night or more minimum stay, double occupancy, Sunday – Thursday.

SPECIALS!  Turtle nests in the dunes! – Sea turtle nesting is VERY active! Guests have enjoyed naturalist guided turtle walks (reservations required) and have simply sat on the Beach-side Pergola enjoying the moon light and watching the turtles nesting on the beach and dunes! http://www.seaturtlespacecoast.org/activities/turtle-walks.html

The Arnold Palmer designed Spessard Holland Golf Course is offering our guests a 15% discount for 18 holes of golf with a cart when we make your tee time.  Sunday – Thursday, The Windemere Inn by the Sea, is combining this with 15% off of our regular room rates. Enjoy The Windemere Inn by the Sea’s private beach and a beautifully designed golf course

3 FLORIDA ECO TOURS AT A 20% DISCOUNT
These 3 adventures, ranging from 2 ½ – 4 ½ hrs, take young and old through trails, small creeks, the St. John’s River, marshes, forests, lakes, lagoons and more. Everything is provided for adventurers to Hike, Bike and Kayak in a very large Canoe to explore treks that range from the easy, to the long and physically demanding. The tours end at Ichabod’s Dockside Bar and Grill with a 10% discount off your food/drink bill by showing them the Windemere Inn by the sea business card. The maximum amount the tour guide can take is 6 people with 48 hours notice and a full non refundable deposit taken at the time of booking. Come explore Indialantic and Melbourne Beach – we have it all.

Florida Bed and Breakfast Inns are the perfect way to spend your summer time.

Festivals Flourish in Key West

Monday, July 5th, 2010

Key West is a fascinating place. The city sits at the southeastern tip of the United States, closer to Havana, Cuba than to Miami. History is evident all around the city, but no where more than the historic district of Old Town, Key West’s original settlement. Structures in this neighborhood date primarily from 1886 to 1912, and range in style from Victorian gingerbread houses to modest bungalows. Key West was the biggest and richest city in Florida in the 1890s, and vestiges of that boom are still evident in the architecture and the attractions. Visit the Audubon House and Tropical Gardens, Key West Heritage House Museum and Robert Frost Cottage, and the Ernest Hemingway House, and see if you can learn why a few well-known authors returned here again and again. (more…)

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