Grandview Bed & Breakfast


Grandview B&B in the evening

The house sits on over an acre-plus of land within two blocks of downtown Mount Dora, on the corner of Third and Grandview. Quaint shops, fantastic restaurants and antique shops are nearby.

Your Innkeepers,
Gordie & Patti Johnston

Welcome

Visit the historic William Watt House, circa 1906, complete with windmill on site. The owner of many acres of citrus, Watt invented corrugated cardboard as a packaging medium for his oranges. Watt's residence was surrounded by the orange groves.

Southern Lady Magazine, October 2013 Isuue
As Spotlighted in Southern Lady Magazine October 2013 ~ Volume 14 - Number 6
Southern Antiques Trail Renninger's {Mount Dora, Florida} Twin Flea Markets

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COMFORTS OF HOME (pg. 43)
The spinning silver windmill that greets guests at the Grandview Bed & Breakfast is just the first hint that this is not your ordinary inn. Innkeepers Gordie Johnston and Patti Tims go to extraordinary lengths to ensure every stay here is one to write home about, whether it's the sumptuous bedding, spacious rooms, or fabulous breakfasts. Located in the circa 1906 William Watt House, the Grandview is just 2 blocks from downtown Mount Dora...