This private home built in 1915 is nestled amongst the majestic Queen Palms swaying in the warm gulfstream breezes. The inn is a short 10-minute walk to the beach. Historic Downtown Lake Worth's "Art & Antique District" is just two blocks from our front door. As a guest of the inn, you will enjoy breakfast each morning that you can eat in the dining room or on the veranda overlooking our heated Mediterranean-style pool with waterfall. Each room is uniquely decorated. All rooms have king or queen size beds, monogrammed designer bed linens, private baths cable TV, and central A/C. The Cottage, Magnolia and Sea Grape Rooms are poolside rooms each with french doors opening onto the pool, a private entrance, cable TV, telephone and refrigerator.
5 on March 29, 2013
My partner and I recently spent 5 nights in the Pineapple Suite at the Mango Inn B&B. We were looking for a relaxing vacation location and we found the perfect spot! Deb and Judy were exceptional hosts, making certain we felt comfortable and had everything we needed - and they serve an amazing breakfast! Our room was spotlessly clean, comfortable, and provided so much privacy that we felt like we had rented a private cottage. The pool and patio areas also provide privacy for relaxation and quiet, despite the fact that the Inn is located right in town. Breakfast on the veranda was a perfect start to each day, and the message board kept us up to date on places and events that we could explore. The walk to great restaurants and shops is very short, and the drive to the beach is a breeze. The beach is just beautiful and perfect for spending a sunny day. Parking is easy, and there is even a restaurant on site. The Inn had beach mats, chairs, and umbrellas that we could borrow for our beach visits, which we really appreciated. The Norton Art Museum is a must-see if you travel to the area. We are frequent B&B travelers, and this is one of the best Inns we have ever discovered. Deb and Judy, we miss you already and look forward to a return visit soon. Beth and Alison
5 on July 30, 2012
We stayed there this past July. It was heaven! Dab bakes goods every afternoon and make snacks and chilled wine available to her guests at no cost. The atmosphere is cozy and relaxed. For a couple of days we were the only ones there and we had the whole house to ourselves. The food is beyond delicious; it's gourmet. Their cream cheese French toasts are something sinful...The place is spotless and the fact that it's a smoke free environment is even better. We also liked the fact that it's a place for couples without children which makes relaxing even more...relaxing.
4.6 on March 26, 2012
This was our second stay at the Mango Inn B&B. Once again we had a great, faultless and relaxing stay. Room was extremly comfortable, well appointed and very clean. Breakfasts are home cooked and excellent. The innkeepers are very helpful but respectful of guest's privacy. The propoerty has a very nice outdoor covered patio area where breakfat is served and a secluded (small) pool area which was never crowded. As cyclists the property is superbly located close to the A1A coastal route offering excellent riding within minutes. We will return.
5 on January 04, 2012
This inn was perfect for our family reunion. There were a total of sixteen of us that rented all 10 rooms. Each of the rooms is perfectly decorated and has high quality linens and amenities and the food at the inn is bountiful and delicious. The suites are especially nice as are the grounds, the pool and the sitting areas. This is within walking distance to the beach, to restaurants, bars, cafes, grocery stores and shopping opportunities. The inn keepers are exceedingly helpful and even provided us with a book when we requested information about consignment and thrift stores in the Palm Beach area. The inn does not normally allow children but will make an exception if the entire inn is rented to your party. I cannot think of a better place for a family reunion. There is something for everyone in Lake Worth and the town and inn are as quaint as can be.
4.8 on August 30, 2011
This special little find is a true treasure! Nestled with lush tropical foliage yet detailed with old world charm. This inn is quiant, charming, romantic and secluded; even though it's minutes from all that downtown Lake Worth has to offer. Deb, the innkeeper is most hospitable and whips up a fabulous breakfast with fresh mango grown in their own garden...yummy! Each room is unique and offers a little something for everyone. I will definitely visit again, beats a hotel any day and costs about the same as a quality hotel.
4.0 on April 19, 2011
This was our 2nd stay at the Mango Inn. We stayed for 5 nights and, again, everything was perfect. It was so quiet and relaxing. The rooms are cozy and the breakfasts are wonderful and provide variety, with Deb's specials, hot & cold cereals, fresh fruit and baked goodies. Both the morning and afternoon baked goods are exceptional. Everything is spotless and every need and want is provided for. The innkeepers are so friendly and pleasant. We will return to Lake Worth and would not stay anywhere except the Mango Inn.
3.8 on January 18, 2011
My boyfriend and I spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day night at The Mango Inn. I love a beautiful relaxing atmosphere, and this B&B couldn't have been a more perfect place to relax during the holidays. We spent many hours playing cards & games on the terrace, enjoying the poolside view, and tranquil feel being surrounded by foliage. The complimentary wine is def a perk! We love to walk and this B&B is within walking distance of the downtown and ocean, which we took advantage being able to do. Being Christmas, there were limited places to dine and wine, but many to choose from during normal hours. If you like Irish pubs, they have a neat one downtown. We also loved the hammock in the garden area of the B&B, enjoyed relaxing in it on a starry night. Deb was so incredibly friendly and made us feel at home. She was so personable and accomodating!
4.6 on November 17, 2010
We stayed two nights at the Mango Inn. We came to celebrate an anniversary and a birthday. My husband and I stayed in the very private "Pineapple Suite", my son and his wife stayed in the cozy "Cottage" and my daughters shared a spacious vintage room in the main house. The grounds of the property were lush and lovely. This B&B is an oasis situated within a few block area of the very lively, creative downtown community of Lake Worth. Our hostesses were outgoing and accomodating to anything we might want or need. We all shared breakfast each morning, on a lovely patio overlooking the pool. The fruit and juices were fresh and the main courses were cooked to perfection. Lately, in our conversations within our family, we reflect about what a great time we had, and how we are looking forward to our next visit.
5 on November 03, 2010
We have stayed twice at the Mango Inn and have enjoyed our stay both times. Debi and Judi made us feel right at home. We have stayed in the Sea Grape room both times and love it. The outdoor areas are secluded and so relaxing. Can't think of a thing to complain about... everything was wonderful!
5 on August 25, 2010
This gem of an Inn was perfect in every way. The room was clean, beautifully decorated, and though not large, good use was made of the space. The pool and grounds were well kept, and very attractive. The breakfast was plentiful and delicious. We would love to return one day.
Part of our charming circa 1925 Little House, the Pineapple Suite is ideal for longer stays. It consists of one bedroom and one spa bathroom with massaging jacuzzi tub. Also includes hairdryer, iron, robes, and a living room with hardwood floors and fireplace (not functional), full kitchen, private covered patio, cable TV, VCR, phone with data port, and wireless internet. Can sleep up to four. Rates are based on double occupancy.
Nightly Rate: $180 - $295
Part of our charming circa 1925 Little House, the Mango Suite consists of one bedroom with a king-size bed, one bath with glass enclosed shower and massaging whirpool tub also includes hairdryer, iron, & robes, a living room area, kitchenette, flat screen tv, phone with data port and wireless internet access.
Nightly Rate: $180 - $295
Part of our charming circa 1925 Little House, the Cottage Suite consists of one bedroom with a king-size bed, bathroom that also includes hairdryer, iron, & robes, a living room area, kitchenette, flat screen tv, phone with data port and wireless internet access.
Nightly Rate: $140 - $350
Downtown, Small town, Tropical
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Zoo
Other, Historic Inn
Coffee/Tea facilities, Copier, Fax Machine, Parking, Pool , all beds triple sheets with high thread count line
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Restrictive , Vegetarian
Mango Stuffed French Toast