Patricia (Pat) Inmon has owned the Denham House for 25 years acquiring this mansion in serious decline. After a major historically correct restoration the house was licensed as a Bed and Breakfast Inn since the year 1999. She worked in Healthcare Administration for almost 35 years. After living the first five years of her life in Kansas City she spent the next 15 raised in Ottumwa and Davenport Iowa with 20 years in Springfield Missouri near Branson. Her hobbies are historic house restorations, Ancestry.com and the early American colonies history. Some of her favorite past times include her church, Monticello Chamber of Commerce, the guests at the Inn, eight grandchildren and friends not particularly in that order.
The 1872 Denham Inn was originally built by John Denham in 1872. A beautiful example of Italianate architecture, the building has been restored to it's original elegance and is listed on the National Historic Register.
The inn is located in the historic district four blocks from the center of the antebellum town of Monticello, Florida, with its friendly shops and home grown restaurants. You can also take a self guided walking or driving tour of Monticello or enjoy a weekend performance at the Monticello Opera House. If you'd prefer to hang around the inn, you can simply sit back on our spacious front porch or veranda and listen to the fountain and songbirds.
As for outdoor activities, our area has a number of lakes, rivers, and streams, perfect for a day of fishing, swimming, kayaking, or canoeing. We're also close to well-known hiking and biking trails. Motorcyclist enjoy our safe parking. And there is always a special event nearby.