Nassau House

Address: 1016 Fleming Street, Key West, Florida Keys, Florida, 33040, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 1016 Fleming Street, Key West, is near Sebago Parasailing, Yankee Freedom II, Catamaran Echo, and Blu Q Catamaran.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Nassau House Key West

      Neat place

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      The Nassau House is a well located, adorable inn with very helpful innkeepers and very reasonable prices. Couldn't resist their homemade muffins in the morning and sitting in the lovely backyard sipping wine in the afternoon was delightful. How nice to find a place near enough to Duvall St to enjoy the bustle, yet far enough away (walking distance to be sure) that reading on the front porch swing is truly restful.

      HIGHLY Recommend!

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      3 couples stayed at Nassau House to ring in the 2004 New Year. Can't say enough great things about it! Michael and Mark were wonderful hosts, and wow can Mark bake some yummy goodies!!! Thoroughly enjoyed lounging on the back deck over breakfast in the morning and social hour in the afternoons. Also loved taking a dip in the lagoon after long days of sightseeing. And when mentioning the wonderful hosts, we must not forget good ol' Ponder!! If only every dog could be as wonderful as him... Cheers!

      Great hosts and perfect neighborhood

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      We would return in a heartbeat to Nassau House. Mike and Mark are perfect hosts...willing to drop everything to help guests navigate around Key West. The house is situated within walking distance of all shops and restaurants yet far enough from Duvall Street to avoid the noise. Try Mangi-Mangi, a reasonably priced italian eatery close by.

      This was home...

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      And that's how my husband and I felt the week we stayed here in Key West- that the Nassau House was home. In fact, that's how we referred to it when we would head back each evening. As for hosts, Michael and Mark were terrific- very helpful with tips and directions (they also happen to be the owners of the nicest dog you'll ever know!). The overall feeling while we stayed here was very warm and relaxed. They also had bikes to rent that we rode everywhere- which is the only way to see Key West. We went the 2nd week in November- great weather, great food, great accomodations and most of all great memories!

      Perfect Little B&B

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      My wife and I just came back from a well needed long weekend (Nov. 2003) at the Nassau House in Key West. The House was recently painted, has wonderful curb appeal and a fresh new look both inside and out. It is located a few blocks from Duval Street so renting a bike (they have bikes to rent on site) or bringing your own is a great idea. The rooms were comfortable, clean and nicely decorated. The lagoon looks extremely small on the website, but is deceptively larger once you are in it and is perfect for a dip after a long day or night in Key West. Mike and Mark are wonderful hosts and there to help you with anything you might need. We thought it was a wonderful place, with great hosts, and best of all, at a very resonable price! ! ! Check it out, I am happy we did!

      Great Getaway!

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      My husband and I got married on the beach in Key West March 16, 2003.

      We stayed at the Nassau House and it was wonderful! Michael is the best! We loved it so much we're going back for our 1st anniversary!

      Excellent Hosts

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      We stayed at the Nassau House the end of October 2003. It is in a good location. It is in walking distance of Duval Street (about 6 blocks), but far enough off to give you that 'home' feeling. The rooms were nice and breakfast and social hour is included. We had taken a ferry from Fort Myers to Key West and stayed over night. The next day we found out our ferry had broken down and we wouldn't be able to take it back. The hosts were very willing to help us out in this unfortunate situation.

      Mike & Mark were excellent hosts!!

      Great Location

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      Wonderful location - Mike & Mark are fantastic hosts. Only 5 rooms & all very different. Lagoon pool is great after a long day wandering the sights of Key West. Prices for rooms are very reasonable for the area.

      Well worth the trip !!!!

      FANTASTIC !!!

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      My wife & I stayed here in early September 2003 - We enjoyed our stay very much. The two owners are quite helpful & very friendly. The inn only has 5 rooms so its very small so you actually believe your staying in someones home. The "lagoon" style pool is small but wonderful for cooling off, its open 24 hours so as long as your respectful of the other guests - a dip after doing the "Duval Crawl" is very refreshing.

      We found the price of the room very reasonable for the area & its location is fantastic - 10 min. to both Mallory Sq & the center of Duval Street. We highly recommand it if you want to walk to the sights.

      Breakfast is great & different everyday & "social hour is between 4 & 5 with wine & crackers.... For the price, location & friendly owners ( as well their dog "Ponder" ) we give this place a solid "10"

      Fantastic little hideaway!

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      Stayed a few nights at the Nassau house. Very relaxing. The small pool/lagoon is a refreshing start to the day and relaxing end to one. It's close enough to the main events in town yet far enough away to feel like part of a local neighborhood. The breakfast is great with fresh coffee, OJ and pastries. Enjoy!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Nassau House Key West

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      A travel blog entry by tpress29 on May 09, 2014

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      ... and people on each except for the really small islands. It was a couple of hours of bridge hopping to get to key west. Key West was a largish island, and was densely accommodated. Traffic was annoying and there was housing and hotels on every spare inch of the island. Nothing was natural, I don't even recall seeing a park. There was a lot of bike traffic. They were like they owned the road. Two abreast on the narrow two lane streets. I took a look around ...

      Florida - Disney, Alligators & Hemingway!

      A travel blog entry by teamstoobie on Apr 04, 2014

      20 photos

      ... obviously a different day out to the theme parks but one I would highly recommend. The next day we headed down the coast to Miami. Unfortunately we arrived later than expected so only had a brief stop to walk along the beach and grab a drink before heading further south to Florida City. The next morning we got up early looking forward to the drive to Key West. It didn't let us down, it was a perfect day and the bridges that link the keys are ...

      The only way to see the Keys is the Heming way!!

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 27, 2013

      31 photos

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      Overseas Highway

      A travel blog entry by bn2010usa on May 04, 2013

      6 comments, 22 photos

      ... it.


      Hemingway House

      Ernest Hemingway did about 70% of his writing while living in Key West, I gather. The woman who bought the house off his sons when he died, got sick of people knocking on the door wanting to look around, so she set it up as a museum. And so it remains today. The house itself is mildly interesting, but the amusing stories from the guide made this well worth the visit. I've summarised a few in the photo comments.
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      The Dry Tortugas

      A travel blog entry by kershner on Apr 21, 2013

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... Upon returning we got cleaned up...had a few shots...and headed to Duvall Street (Downtown Key West)...take it from me, this is a "must do...freak show". Pick your poison...choose from dooling piano bars...clothing optional bars...or just a quiet micro-brew...Key West has it all. We choose to try and throw quarters into a plastic Groupers mouth @ Captain Tony's Salon (see photo of Carrie Anne giving it the college try).

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