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We wanted to break away for days with our dog. So we headed north to New Smyrna Beach and the Buena Vista Inn. What a great stay. The room, Sunrise, was very clean. Appropriate size. The shower had the proper temp and pressure, not sure...More
VERY small, very small rooms. Make sure you double and triple check your reservation as Brett makes mistakes. Two on our visit, did not get the room we reserved and weren't booked for the correct number of nights. Then there is the shower, either hot...More
We loved this place! Super clean and well equipped, quiet, conveniently located, friendly owners, and cute, cute, CUTE! Restaurants and beach were a short walk over the bridge. A wonderful place to stay!
This was our second stay at Buena Vista and it was as good as expected. This time we had a one bedroom kitchen unit and found it very functional. The kitchen had everything needed to prepare a nice meal. There was plenty of room in...More
Great place. Very clean rooms Very nice owner. What ever you need they try their best to accomodate you during your stay.I would certainly stay there again. Hopefully this fall. #7 is a great room. King size bed. Very comfortable
Response from lilyEastCoast | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Dogs are not allowed on the drive-on beach, in New Smyrna. However, there is a doggy beach, on the northwest side. Its called Smyrna Dunes Park. They charge you a day pass, like the drive-on beach. It's at the end of... More
Hi, Dogs are not allowed on the drive-on beach, in New Smyrna. However, there is a doggy beach, on the northwest side. Its called Smyrna Dunes Park. They charge you a day pass, like the drive-on beach. It's at the end of North Peninsula Ave, before the coast guard station, turn right and there should be a small hut in which you can pay. It's a fun beach.