An intimate tropical retreat in a former Victorian mansion.
Set in the Taru Gardens, a one-acre botanical garden with waterfalls, streams, gazebos, 5,000 species of tropical flora and a pool full of tropical fish, this Victorian mansion is named for its original owner, the first mayor of Delray Beach. The on-site Sundy House Restaurant features globally inspired fare and an extensive wine list, to be savored indoors or al fresco. Sunday brunch is popular with locals. Eleven rooms include four one- and two-bedroom suites in the main house with full kitchens, patios and stacked washer/dryer units. Six rooms are on the site of the former stables and are equestrian themed. There's also a stand-alone cottage with a private Jacuzzi and fireplace. All rooms are charmingly decorated and include furnishings such as canopied four-poster beds and secretaries. The Roux Bamboux Lounge offers martinis, caviar and wine in an Old World setting with a fireplace, marble bar and Oriental rugs.
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