Escape the mundane at The Dolan House, 701 Museum Court in Brooksville, Florida. This historic home was built during the late 1890s by Francis Ederington Jr., the son of Colonel Francis H. Ederington and Precious Ann Nevitt Ederington.
A stop on the new Florida Mermaid Trail, The Dolan House offers Nature Coast area visitors the finest accommodations available.
The large rooms are handsomely appointed and the beds are comfortable. There is plenty of space to relax and enjoy your stay. Each bedroom has its own bathroom with luxury toiletries and fixtures.
The Dolan House Hosts provide Personalized Southern Hospitality
Hosted by Debra and Roger King, the Dolan House offers its guests cleanliness, comfort and a deep commitment to personalized hospitality.
Roger creates fresh pastries and baked goods for guests of The Dolan House. Particular attention is paid to food preferences and coordinating your fresh-made breakfast with your planned activity schedule.
Both Debra and Roger subscribe to the ABC of Cleanliness, “Always be clean.” This deep commitment to keeping The Dolan House clean translates to very favorable reviews and ratings from the historic B & B’s guests.
Your comfort is the priority at the Dolan House. Guests enjoy reading in the screened sunroom, watching television in the parlor, or retreating to their private oasis. A generous breakfast with lots of variety is included in your stay.
The Dolan House is Beautifully Appointed
The grounds are beautiful, with flowers, plants, trees, birds, and butterflies adding to the ambiance. The Ederington Suite features a comfortable queen bed, television, air conditioning, a private ensuite bathroom, and a screened-in balcony with views of the Hernando Heritage Museum.
The Snow Room features a comfortable queen bed, television, air conditioning, a private bath, and mermaid-themed decorator touches.
There is wi-fi throughout this beautiful, historic bed and breakfast, as well as modern conveniences and decorative touches. A well-stocked library is available for guest use as well as a large sitting room on the first floor with a big-screen television, screened porch, and fireplace.
The Dolan House provides Brooksville’s Best Accommodations
Debra and Roger King are knowledgable about Florida’s Nature Coast, including local events, restaurants, and attractions. Book a room today and see how good Southern Hospitality can be at The Dolan House.
Located across the street from the May Stringer Historical Museum, the Dolan House makes it easy to visit and learn about Brooksville’s interesting history. Brooksville is a wonderful city of hills ranging in elevation from 175 to 274 feet. With its condensed area (2.77 square miles) and its long history of successful planters, growers, and cattlemen, Brooksville is more a reflection of “the Old South” than most Florida towns.
Now you can enjoy taking in the Florida Mermaid Trail, a walking trail through Brooksville’s historic homes and businesses, featuring twenty-one hidden mermaids at select locations, including The Dolan House. There are two options, 1.1 and 2.2-mile walks and both are laid out on the free maps at The Dolan House, as well as available on the Distrx app, Brooksville.