The Wayward Traveler’s Inn has 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. In the past, only 2 guest rooms were available and the Income reflects for 2 guest rooms. Today there are 5 guest rooms available for nightly rental. Currently the owners use a downstairs bedroom and bath for themselves. The downstairs common area is spacious and the kitchen is well done. The outdoor screened patio is roomy and hosts a hot tub, furnishings and a bar area.
Tucked away at the northern end of Brevard County, the charming town of Mims was once a citrus service village. It was named after Casper Neil Mims who opened the first store in the community. Mims boasts an iconic small town feel bolstered by a healthy measure of tried and true Americana. Such places are a rare find these days.
In Mims, sprawling properties intersperse with orange groves, family farms and fields dotted with horses, cows, chickens and goats. Scenic views of Florida’s handsome landscape pervade the town and create an incredibly serene ambience that is hard to find and tough to replicate.
Mims, Florida is more than a dot on a map. The town has a number of endearing qualities and a lot to offer folks who are eager to get away from the hustle and bustle of major metropolitan areas. The Wayward Traveler’s Inn is only 20 minutes from the Kennedy Space Center. Most guests come to see Kennedy Space Center, Playalinda Beach, the Wildlife Refuge on Merritt Island, the Annual Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival in January, the historic Pritchard House, and the White Sand Buddhist Temple (one of the 7 wonders of Florida). The Wayward Traveler’s Inn is less than a block from the new Rail to Trail bike path that is part of:
The Inn is also close to the Port Canaveral cruise ship terminal, Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Bike Week, as well as being a half an hour to four other beaches, 35 minutes to MCO airport/Sanford airport and less than an hour to Disney World and Universal Studios theme parks.Owner's Financing is available with a minimum of 15% down.