Key Largo, FL (PressExposure) June 22, 2006 -- Less than two hours south from Ft. Lauderdale International Airport is a hidden Key Largo treasure called Mullet Mansion, a laid back Bed and Breakfast where everything is private including your own sandy cove and fiery red sunset on the sea.
Hidden as Mullet is, if you miss the mile marker on the right, youâll pass it by and never know itâs there. Owned and managed by Inn Keeper Suzy Roebling, the pristine accommodations at Mullet Mansion reflect Suzyâs charming eclectic touch. It really looks like an old mansion and has a history. From $150 per night for couples, your stay includes an air-conditioned suite with full kitchen, dine in breakfast, fruit, wine and other serendipities. Your private Jacuzzi is out on deck plus use of boats and bicycles at no extra charge. Across the road is a restaurant with the unruly name of Hoboâs and the best fresh fish dinners on the East Coast.
A descendent of architect John Roebling and engineer Washington Roebling, renowned builders of the Brooklyn Bridge, Suzy specializes in packages for weddings, honeymoons and anniversariesâmusic, flowers, wedding cake, champagne and all the trimmings. If you absolutely must bring your laptop, her student engineer son has performed the necessary magic.
Looking for exciting nightlife? Duval Street, Key West is about two hours south on the Overseas Highway. If not, and youâve finished watching the spiritual sunset, you might want to kick back and toast the massive photograph on glass of the venerable Brooklyn Bridge.
For Immediate Release: Reviewed by Susan Scharfman, http://www.susanscharfman.com