Situated on the edge of the 'E-Zone' (Entertainment Zone), Hemingway Cottage is a completely renovated 1930s cottage located 3 blocks from the beach. A short walk to everything, quiet but convenient to the buzz of the beach and resides on a quiet street perched on a hill covered in yellow beach sunflowers.
Walk with your morning coffee to see the sun rise or simply sit on your private front porch and feel the ocean breeze. The large kitchen is ideal for cooking, entertaining or writing your novel. A picnic table and Adirondack chairs are in the rear for relaxation.
Bedrooms consist of a queen 4-poster bed, a queen bed and a pair of twin beds. The Hemingway's long design allows privacy for late sleepers/early risers. Stainless steel appliances/ceilings fans in all rooms/Flat screen TV - DVD/Cable/Wi-Fi. Hardwood floors throughout with a nod to all that is tropical, bright and breezy.
Daytona's well deserved title of 'World's Most Famous Beach' can only be fully appreciated when experienced sunrise to sunset. Each day begins with a stunning sunrise. Whether you walk, run or drive there is nothing quite like the expansive white powder sand beach of Daytona. While the city still sleeps, the beach is entirely yours.
The 'Entertainment Zone' encompasses Ocean Center, Main Street, Seabreeze and Ocean Walk. This zone includes Daytona's beachside waterpark which is literally across from the beach. The Pier, boardwalk with its ferris wheel and summer fireworks is a beautiful site. While everyone else is worrying about taking cabs, driving and parking, you'll never have to get in a car to visit any of these places. The Hemingway is conveniently located on the edge of the zone, so you'll sleep or relax in peace but be in the heart of it when you want to be.
Undiscovered Daytona: The Hemingway provides fishing poles, tackle box and all the fixin's for you to enjoy fishing at Ponce Inlet, Sunglow Pier or if you just want to find a spot to drop a line. Bait shops for live mullet, shrimp or squid are aplenty. Kayaking on the river is very popular and an inexpensive getaway for a family or couple. Low tide at the Inlet is especially fun with kids and couples alike hopping between sandbars on rafts and tubes. The high dunes here are protected through the national park and are very photographic. Picnic on the beach or in the rear of The Hemingway. Over the Causeway, seeing a Daytona Cubs spring training game at 'The Jack' (Jackie Robinson Stadium) is a great summer nostalgic outing. Touring Daytona 500 is a popular attraction as is travelling down Rt. 1, the old highway to Miami.
Regardless of your interests, there are many opportunities to play, relax, sport and experience new adventures on your vacation to Daytona.
Need More Space?/Family Reunion with Privacy: The Cottage has 2 Units under 1 roof. A 1BR/1Bath which also has a Queen Pullout Sofa is separated by a breezeway. Please email me about details.