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The owners of Alling House have truly thought of everything. We stayed here as a short getaway for our anniversary and were very pleased with our choice. The room was nicely appointed, the breakfasts were terrific, and the grounds are peaceful. Anything you might need,...More
I Stayed 2 nights in the Green Room which was well appointed. It was quiet, clean and the large shower a plus! This B&B is a real gem and one I would recommend. No detail spared... chocolates & candy. movies, a fridge with water &...More
Stayed 2 nights w/my 88 yr-old Ma and friends. We went to the area to visit the Blue Springs, which I hadn't visited since I was a child.
The "Railroad Cottage" was perfect, in the back of the property -such a quiet respite from city...More
Alling House Bed and Breakfast has really wonderful cottages as well as rooms in the main house. I loved the cottage area. Breakfast was to die for! The folks who run the inn are lovely. I will stay here again.
You simply will not find a business with more devoted owners! Gerald and Nan invite you to their home or guest cottages. They treat you royally and anticipate your every need. Come relax in this idyllic setting.
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We are 2 1/2 miles down the street from Blue Spring Sate Park. The paved biking/jogging trail in the area starts just across the street from the entrance. Actually, they have just completed the joining of the trail that... More
We are 2 1/2 miles down the street from Blue Spring Sate Park. The paved biking/jogging trail in the area starts just across the street from the entrance. Actually, they have just completed the joining of the trail that comes from the east through Enterprise and Debary with the section that runs north from the park through Deland.