I had booked this hotel in error, I usually prefer to stay at the Holiday Inn in Titusville.
I was very surprised by the positive attitude of the staff. The young lady who checked us in made sure I received my points and upgraded us to a Jr Suite.
The complimentary breakfast was a bonus, the Pantry Chef did a great job of keeping everything stocked and had a warm greeting for all customers.
It's a little farther to the family members I need to be with when I travel north, but it was a pleasant surprise and surely will be staying again.
Traveller from Boca
Situated in Cocoa, this hotel is 1 mi (1.5 km) from Cocoa Expo Sports Center and within 6 mi (10 km) of Astronaut Memorial …More
The Parrish Grove Inn has been the best experience of this year for us. We had never stayed at a true bed and breakfast before so we weren't exactly sure what to expect. What we experienced will be with us for a long, long time. We were greeted by the incredibly personable innkeeper, Ray on the lovely wrap around porch that sits in front of this magnificent house. Walking inside we were pleasantly assaulted with gorgeous, luscious decor that suits the house to a T. We checked in and went up to our room which spans the entire back of the house on the second floor. We quickly decided that we wished we had not made plans to go out that night. We wished we could simply sit downstairs drinking wine and beer and chatting with everyone. The bed was the most comfortable I have ever slept in. I truly enjoyed this place so much that we are trying to figure out an excuse to go back ASAP! The brunch on Sunday morning was a labor of love and the mango mimosas were scrumptious! I cannot say enough good things about staying here. You really need to check it out yourself. Gail and Ray both went out of their way to make us feel welcome and at home and we couldn't have been happier!!
Traveller from Palm Bay, FL
Situated in Cocoa, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Cocoa Village and Cocoa Village Playhouse. Cocoa Expo …More
A city in east-central Florida on the Atlantic Coast, Cocoa is home to 17,000 people. Cocoa Village, a historic part of town, is home to antique shops, art galleries, boutiques, specialty stores, restaurants, and places to hear live music.