Four beautifully restored Victorian houses surround a palm-lined courtyard within blocks of the Amway Center and the Dr. Philips Center for the Performing Arts. The architechtural treasures make up one of the better historic inns you'll find in the southeastern United States. Built more than a half-century before Disney arrived, the houses still maintain their own brand of magic, after being rescued and moved to this location. You can sit on the porch and gaze into the
lush gardens, imagining yourself back when citrus ruled and the few visitors to town arrived at the old train station on Church Street, six blocks away. Although the property is almost under an expressway bridge, there's not much traffic noise.