Ratings based on 99 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified ReviewsThey paid and stayed. We double-checked.
by A verified traveler from Orlando
Great B & B in a small historic townPosted Aug 15, 2016
Old hotel (1927) converted to a B&B. Attractive, comfortable rooms, inviting lobby areas, wonderful homemade breakfast, responsive and caring staff. The same building houses two outstanding restaurants. We tried the Thai one, great meal and atmosphere. Nice historic town with other good restaurants & a fabulous Saturday Farmers Market.
by A verified traveler from Newton, NC
Nicely renovated historical hotel.Posted Apr 25, 2016
Pros: A comfortable bed and the wonderful staff! So friendly and helpful.
Cons: I would recommend all hotels have grab bars installed along with ADA toilets. This would would really help those of us have bad knees/backs.
Location: There is a lovely area out front with a fountain and big sturdy swings. Lots of places to eat on and shop right on the same street.
This hotel is very unique and reminded me of an episode of Poirot. The only negative is the parking is a little tricky. We got there in the early evening and the lot is small so was filled up...and you are located on Plant Rd which is the main road for this shopping area that has many restaurants, bars and other interesting shops. We did find a handicapped spot nearby, but without the placard, it would have been a bit of a walk. The room as pretty, very clean and had the only comfortable bed that I found on my 10 day trip through Florida. Thanks guys! There is a cute sitting area/eating area set up like a living room as you exit the elevator and they have three lovely birds in cages by the windows. Everyone will tell you the breakfast is fabulous...and it is! You order from their menu and it is prepared and brought to you at the large homestyle table where you can mingle with other guests that are staying at the hotel. We ordered the belgium waffle, bacon, scrambled eggs and toast along with cheese grits. All were very good! The breakfast alone is worth.. We recommend bringing your sound machine due to motorcycles and for some reason a guy using a gas blower at 7 AM on the street. We always take ours for just this occurence. This is a great place for a special romantic getaway, we heard the food next door is devine but we only stayed one night. Would love to go back.
by A verified traveler
Hidden gem in quaint area.Posted Apr 1, 2016 on Hotels
This was my second time at this hotel and I just love it. It's not like a normal hotel, but that's what gives it its charm. Much of the building has the original detail and you feel like your stepping back in time. But yet, mattresses, etc. are all new and the paint fresh, so quality is great. And the location is amazing for a weekend getaway. Local restaurants right nearby, the bike trail for exercise and leisure, and even a great local theater (Garden Theater). The staff is extremely friendly and the included breakfast is a bonus. Can't recommend this place enough. Now...I need to get back there for a vacation next time.
by Jayson from Pennsylvania
Nice hotel for couplesPosted Mar 30, 2016 on Hotels
This is a nice B&B style hotel in the Orlando area. Good breakfast and quiet. Near a couple good places to eat.
by A verified traveler from Nice
Retour dans le passéPosted Mar 22, 2016
Hotel historique, décoration dépaysante, j ai adoré
by robert from Big Canoe, GA
Historic hotel very comfortable and funPosted Mar 10, 2016 on Hotels
The Edgewater is an old hotel in the heart of Winter Garden. The town has experienced something of a renaissance with several restaurants now open and displays featuring the town's history. The hotel rooms are above a street level Thai restaurant and ice cream shop ... both very nice. The rooms are filled with antique furniture and the bathrooms have been completely redone ... no flat screen TVs here! We stayed at the height of tourist season in early March and found the hotel to be very reasonable and enjoyable. A complimentary breakfast is served family style and very well done. We will definitely be back.
by David from Woodbridge, VA
A Blast from the PastPosted Feb 19, 2016 on Hotels
We did not know at the time of booking that this was more a bed & breakfast than a hotel. The building is early 20th century but has been nicely restored and subdivided into reasonably comfortable rooms each with a private bath. All aspects of the room including its furnishings are old and small. There's a dearth of AC plugs for appliances and the bed was not designed for two adults. The "hotel" occupies the 2nd floor and is accessible only by a locked narrow stairway or by retro elevator. The common dining area is B&B style with single farm-style table and a nice choice of breakfast meals. Service was very friendly and responsive. The bottom line... If you like B&Bs then you'll love this place. If you like quaint hotels you'll be OK staying here as well but just for a day or two. We would stay there again.
by Allen from Riverton Utah
excellent stayPosted Nov 17, 2015 on Hotels
Excellent stay we loved the hosts and was treated so well
by Harvey from Ft. Lauderdale
Lovely and charming but needed softer pillowsPosted Sep 2, 2015 on Hotels
Quaint and loved the charm Pillows were lousy; hard as rocks.
by A verified traveler
Great B&BPosted Aug 18, 2015
Our second stay at the Edgewater a 1920's hotel. Rooms are spotless with vintage furniture. Breakfast made to order. Staff is the friendliest we've met.