Bentley's Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Osprey
... and Chris arrived from Orlando Sunday for a few days with us. Beth immediately made some improvements to the decor as she did not care for the carpet's colour scheme so livened it up with a little red . We are really enjoying their company, making them rent bikes and ride the preserve with us Monday.
Tuesday they took us for a 3 hour sail. It was way cool, we sailed under the Sunshine bridge,saw ...
The front nine of this Gene Bates designed, par 72 championship course flows through heavily wooded terrain, rich in stands of natural pine.
The back nine meanders amid salt marsh and wetlands. Surrounded by lush landscaping and native vegetation, each hole is a challenge, taking advantage of its natural setting.
Boca Royale is a semi-private Club within a private, 1,000-acre gated community of ...
... and the Intracoastal
The entrance sign says it is
certified as a "Blue Wave" beach by the Clean Beaches Council. Not sure exactly what this means but it was a different beach than many of the others in that it was more natural and certainly more rugged.
Heavy surf, lots of sandpipers and ring necked gulls. We plan to stop again and maybe try to find a shark tooth or two.
... to the view we chose. One morning we went to Casey Key with Dad and had breakfast while we watched the sail boats and guys fishing. It was a nice morning. Then we stopped for some lunch stuff and we had Ken and Pam for a nice visit. It was a fun day. Awesome weather lots of laughs. Well time for breakfast and then off to the beach. So many to choose from ...
We headed to the popular Oscar Scherer State Park to check out the Venice area. It is the closest State Park to Venice. The park itself is very heavily wooded and the river that runs through it is dark and mysterious. In fact, out of the corners of our eyes, we kept seeing 'something' large ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet