Escape the mundane at The Dolan House, 701 Museum Court in Brooksville, Florida. This historic home was originally built during the late 1890’s by Francis Ederington Jr, son of Colonel Francis H. Ederington and Precious Ann Nevitt Ederington.
The large rooms are handsomely appointed and the beds are comfortable. There is plenty of space to relax and enjoy your stay. Each bedroom has its own bathroom with luxury toiletries and fixtures.
Your comfort is our priority at the Dolan House. Guests enjoy reading in the screened sun room, watching television in the parlor, or retreating to their private oasis. A generous breakfast with lots of variety is included in with your stay.
Located across the street from the May Stringer Historical Museum, the Dolan House makes it easy to visit and learn about the Brooksville’s interesting history. Brooksville is a wonderful city of hills ranging in elevation from 175 to 274 feet. With its condensed area (2.77 square miles) and its long history of successful planters, growers, and cattlemen, Brooksville is more a reflection of “the Old South” than most Florida towns.
After many owners and renovations over the years, Mike and Tina Dolan converted this historic, turn-of-the-century home to a fantastic bed and breakfast. In fact, Mike and Tina provide more than just a bed and breakfast…your hosts are experts on the many things to do in the Nature Coast area and they want to help you plan your stay.
Tell them what you’re interested in and they’ll guide you to the best options available. Such as the Tilted Tea Cup, for lunch or high tea right next door to the infamous Rogers Christmas House Village, with its unique shopping opportunity year-round. There are many restaurants nearby. And nature abounds by way of ATV, horseback riding, biking, kayaking, hiking, mermaid sighting, and much more.
The Dolan House is proud to provide Downtown Brooksville with a unique B&B and the opportunity to make your stay relaxing and enjoyable, whether it’s for a night, a week or a season. Come on by!!