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Stayed in a condo with my family and enjoyed it so much! It was the perfect layout. Everyone had their own privacy when they needed it and when we wanted to be together, there was a good amount of space for it. Very clean and...More
Buena Vista Inn is a lovely place with a nice garden area, making it feel like home. Its location backs up to a park that is on the Intracoastal waterway. The park has 2 nice piers for fishing or just sitting in the sun to...More
To start, what a wonderfully preserved property! I had looked at it last year, but ended up in Cocoa Beach. When a quick getaway came up, I looked again. So very glad I did! New Smyrna Beach is quaint and cozy and fun all in...More
This little motel has a ton of "old Florida charm". We stayed in one of the apartments. It has a small kitchen, a living room, a bathroom, and a spacious bedroom. The back door led out to a small porch. Perfect for watching the sunrise....More
we only stayed for 2 nights but the inn is very conveniently located near all dog friendly restuarants and dog beach.They give you a sheet and towel for your pet and most rooms have a back door that leads out so you can conveniently let...More
Response from lilyEastCoast | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Dogs are not allowed on the drive-on beach, in New Smyrna. However, there is a doggy beach, on the northwest side. Its called Smyrna Dunes Park. They charge you a day pass, like the drive-on beach. It's at the end of... More
Hi, Dogs are not allowed on the drive-on beach, in New Smyrna. However, there is a doggy beach, on the northwest side. Its called Smyrna Dunes Park. They charge you a day pass, like the drive-on beach. It's at the end of North Peninsula Ave, before the coast guard station, turn right and there should be a small hut in which you can pay. It's a fun beach.