Built in 1858, Mango Tree Inn is a Key West Bahamian style mansion. This architectural gem, featuring Dade County pine (now extinct) floors and walls, crown moldings, and a unique octagonal wing, sits under a wild orchid tree on Southard Street, just one block from Duval in Key West Old Town. Upper and lower porches under a tin roof overlook a large heated pool and garden deck.

We are not like a typical Key West bed and breakfast accommodation inn. While we do not serve breakfast, as we are within 2 blocks of numerous cafes which specialize in serving real Key West style breakfasts to our guests. Don't just take our word that our bed and breakfast-type inn is special, Click here to see what the Key West Citizen Newspaper has to say about our Key West Inn.

At the Mango Tree Inn, you are close to everything Old Town Key West has to offer! No vehicle is necessary. For breakfast we suggest walking across the street to Sarabeth's, one of Key West's best breakfast places (also known for their fine dining at other times). If you're looking for a party atmosphere, Duval Street is within walking distance and the fun never stops!

Ken Johnson's "Dang Good Day" featuring the Mango Tree Inn!

Video by Andi Zack.

Watch this lovely video tour of the Mango Tree Inn