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My husband and I stayed at the Alling House for our 36th wedding anniversary. Their attention to detail is impeccable. When we arrived we received a brief history of the bed and breakfast and in our cottage was chocolate dipped strawberries and chilled sparkling grape...More
What a pleasant surprise. for the cost of a chain hotel you can relax in one of their very nicely appointed cottages or stay in the historic 1908 house decorated to the period. The rooms are spotless and the owners were very accommodating. We will...More
My husband and I spent a delightful 2 days and nights at the Alling House B&B in Orange City, Florida. It was our first stay with Nan and Gerald. What superb hosts! We booked into the Victorian Cottage. Spotlessly clean, outfitted with every convenience, and...More
Stayed here in February and this was my first time at a bed and breakfast. I will definitely go back. We did not stay in the main house we stayed at one of the four cottages on the beautiful property. The cottage was clean and...More
Our executive church/school staff rents three Alling House cottages for three days each year. This is our time to plan our calendar events for the next 18 months. Alling House provides the PERFECT atmosphere. The cottages are spacious and spotlessly clean. We hold our meetings...More
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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.