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food and fun at plantation bed & breakfast

At the Plantation Bed and Breakfast wake up to sunshine, the sound of chirping birds, roosters crowing, cows mooing and the aroma of Chef Lisa's lavish gourmet breakfast.
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gourmet breakfast

Breakfast is normally served at 8:30 each morning, and begins with a buffet laden with freshly picked fruit from the local fields, Lisa's Famous granola, fresh baked culinary creations, and ends with a sumptuous hot entree. Freshly squeezed orange juice every morning from oranges picked in the local area.
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INDOOR OR OUTDOOR DINING

Enjoy your memorable meal in the elegant dining room or sit outside in the spacious brick courtyard overlooking the pool and gardens. In the last seventeen years over 45,000 people from 113 countries have enjoyed breakfast at the Plantation.
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swimming pool

The Plantation Bed and Breakfast is a perfect place to relax and enjoy by the pool or in the Jacuzzi after a fun filled, breath taking day at Sequoia National park or Kings Canyon.
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relax in our jacuzzi

Relax in our jacuzzi surrounded by orange groves that was once known as the Mesa Verde Citrus Plantation.
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HISTORICAL GROUNDS

Take a step back in time when you walk into the original settlers' house, built from river rock in 1880. Stroll through the lawns and acre Grove Park and you will see not only orange trees but plum, apricot, fig, pomegranate and banana plants, as well as grapevines and herb gardens. 
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