Just charming A review of Miami River Inn
Rose's Readers, (Read Between the Wines) As a book club from Miami Lakes, we decided to coincide our choice of book for the month,
"A Land Remembered" by Patrick D. Smith, a historical novel about three generations of family and the development of Florida, with an overnight stay at the Historical Miami River Inn, a Bed and Breakfast, built between 1906-1910.
The Miami River Inn was quite charming. There are 4 houses, Flagler, Fisher, Tuttle and Brickell. All eight girls stayed in the Flagler house.
Each room was decorated differently. Most beds had quilts, antique chairs, tables made of pedal sewing machines, plates on the wall, all in all very quaint. The rooms and bathrooms were very clean and the staff went overboard to make the visit special. The main room in the Fisher house was provided for the book club meeting, complete with fireplace, a huge table and a buffet for our drinks and snacks. The breakfast provided was more than adequate, complete with fresh fruit and homemade scones.
Overall it was a delightful experience.