• 5 South Flagler Avenue, Homestead, FL 33030 Phone: 305-246-1904 or cell 786-269-7904
When this property was built in 1904, Homestead was an emerging town a new frontier for farmers and adventurers. The advent of the railroad, and later US1, caused a boom in the 1920s until the dawn of the great depression in 1929.
This versatile building has served many purposes over the years, including the town's first hotel, the first merchantile store, the first U.S. post office, the first library and the first boarding house.
Offering all the authentic charm and atmosphere of by-gone days, it stands as a living archive of Homestead’s past. The rooms are nicely appointed and the bar and reception area are spacious and decorated appropriately in the pioneer period.
The Hotel Redland is an excellent choice for those wishing to unwind after the tour, or to overnight before visiting Everglades National Park for a day or two.
more info: www.hotelredland.com
The City Hall Bistro is located here, serving lunch, tapas and dinner with an excellent menu.
See the dining page for more information.
|Rob's Redland Riot
A fruity, tropical history tour down south
a leisurely self-guided tour through the Redland Region -- known as Miami's Bountiful Countryside -- featuring a bit of local history and folk tales and a few notable places to stop along the way...
awarded "Best Tour" and
"Best Tour Guide"
in Miami-Dade County
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