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We were visiting friends nearby and stayed here for4 nights a while back. I am glad I found it on here because we had really fond memories and would really recommend it to friends. Lovely old setting, great typical American open hearted welcome and food...More
I was visiting my undergrad daughter at the U. of Florida overnight & decided to try the bed & breakfast option instead of the usual chain hotel selections, and I am glad I did. Located in the prettiest little Victorian neighborhood you can picture, the...More
Before my daughter started middle school we wanted to do an overnight together. The Laurel Oak Inn was beautiful, restful and local! We enjoyed the old fashioned ambiance with all the modern luxuries. Peggy even lent us a computer to watch a video. We slept...More
We decided to stay here for our wedding anniversary. We live in town, but thought it would be fun to leave the teens at home and enjoy an evening to ourselves. I researched all the B & Bs in town but chose the Laurel Oak...More
I loved every minute of our stay at this Gainesville Inn. We felt very welcomed by our gracious host Monta (Peggy was elsewhere). The room was clean and nicely appointed. Bed and bathroom were very clean, nice touches such as full sized bottles of Aveda...More
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None of the room descriptions mention twin beds, but the owners may be able to supply a rollaway. Give them a call. You might want to check on the shower location in your room. Our shower was not in the bathroom, but was in... More
None of the room descriptions mention twin beds, but the owners may be able to supply a rollaway. Give them a call. You might want to check on the shower location in your room. Our shower was not in the bathroom, but was in the bedroom. It had huge curtains and a jacuzzi tub, but not the privacy that a father and daughter might want.