Honey Lake Plantation Resort & Spa
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Honey Lake Plantation Resort & Spa

1290 NW Honey Lake Rd, Greenville, FL 32331-4075
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Five Pines cottages offer incomparably breathtaking, panoramic views of pristine Honey Lake, and
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Lakeside Outdoor Pavilion with incomparable views of Lake Obo & Ryan's River
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Honey Lake Plantation Resort and Spa is the Southeast’s premiere destination for weddings, retreats, leisure time, meetings, and other special events. From the moment you drive through the gates until the time you leave, you will experience warm, gracious Southern hospitality, exceptional cuisine, fine wines, and unsurpassed outdoor beauty. Our resort offers something for everyone. You can relax in our five-star plantation-style accommodations or enjoy our luxurious spa, salon, fitness center & outdoor pool & cabana. You can get married in elegant Honey Lake Chapel. Schedule your meetings in our magnificent Plantation Conference Center or attend an event in our Lakeside Outdoor Pavilion. Enjoy classic rod & gun opportunities, including sharpening your shooting skills at the resort’s world-class Sport Shooting Multiplex. You can even go kayaking on Honey Lake or the nearby Suwannee River, and just maybe an opportunity to take a once-in-a-lifetime photograph of a rare or endangered species will unfold. And you’ll find so much more.
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Property amenities
Free parking
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Wifi
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
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Spa
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Non-smoking rooms
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Charming

Location

1290 NW Honey Lake Rd, Greenville, FL 32331-4075
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Tallahassee Municipal Airport
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Valdosta Regional Airport
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1 Restaurant
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John C wrote a review Feb 2013
tallahassee , fl
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The plantation itself is beautiful . More attention went into the buildings and the grounds then the kitchen. The food is advertised as being local and " Farm to Table." That is an outright lie. The food is bought from Sysco , and literally everything comes in frozen. The Roast Beef you ate that you believed was delicious? Yes, it came in off the truck fully cooked and bagged and then reheated in the steamer . The fresh eggs ? The kitchen gets maybe two flats of local brown eggs, the rest are bought from Sysco or Fresh Market in Tallahassee. The food has a tendacy to be cooked , served , frozen and repeated the following weeks. That fruit this morning on the buffet table ? You are eating it for supper . Also , the chicken is thawed out in the sink, if not immediately taken notice of , it will sit for several hours fumigating the kitchen. Imagine the bacteria on the food . All of the food is recycled . Fried chicken is prepared and then put in the hot box. What isn't used that day goes in the fridge and is reheated in the microwave. Oh, the salads that was made ? More then likely the cooks hands were rinsed off and no gloves were applied before putting the salad greens in the bowl. None of my family is permitted to eat at this place . Heaven forbid if you are a vegetarian. The restaurant is not a vegetarian restaurant , and the broccoli that they may send out to you is weeks old . No, I would not eat at this place .
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Date of stay: February 2013
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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mjmbandb wrote a review Jan 2013
Monticello, fl, usa
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Love the place, thought for the luxurious market they're going for, they need a lot more landscaping around the main building. We've been there 4 times to eat. The first time, one entree was great and the other absolutely awful. The 2nd time it was all mediocre. The next time was brunch, which is expensive, but was pretty good. The last time we also went for brunch and it was not very good, but still expensive. If they don't even up their product, they're in for some bad times.
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Date of stay: August 2012
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Rita W wrote a review Apr 2012
Florida Keys, Florida
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at the Honey Lake Plantation while attending graduation ceremonies at nearby FSU (35 minutes away) and couldn't have been happier with our accommodations. Our party of 6 adults stayed at the Pansy Poe Cottage which was situated directly on the lake in a pristine setting. We fished, hiked and enjoyed the beauty and tranquility of this gorgeous property. We were celebrating a birthday, graduation and anniversary our first night and even though the dining room was not officially open to guests for dinner, Bill, the Executive Chef prepared an amazing meal for our party of 7 - making our time even more special. Probably 85% of the food served was locally grown/produced and you could tell. Except for the cottage (which is original to the property) all facilities are new and the grounds are spacious and immaculate. All accommodations are well appointed and beautifully decorated and the Poe cottage was just perfect for an extended family getaway. There is a very beautiful chapel on the property which overlooks the lake and you truly feel as if you are looking out unto God's country. With a pool, spa, salon and fitness center on property along with horseback riding, shooting, kayaking, etc. we didn't have enough time to partake of everything. Would love to return though and staying here sure did beat staying at a chain hotel/motel if you ever have to visit the state capitol. Thanks to the Williamson family for sharing this special place with all of us!!
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Date of stay: April 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Staying at the Pansy Poe Cottage allowed our family of 6-7 to enjoy a "home-away-from-home...
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Eemeetah wrote a review Feb 2015
Lake Mary, Florida
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The accommodations were ok but for the price I was expecting a lot more. Not the high end resort I expected. The staff was much less than accommodating. Even the request of a cork screw was almost insurmountable. I was incredibly disappointed with the food, not as advertised at all for a private function. Also
the "company policies" seem random and put in use when it suits the staff. Unusual for a resort that caters for events. We were invited for a wedding but also had the opportunity to screen the resort for a peer group function. Based on the attitude of the staff and the specific demands of my high end clientele, I think I will pass on booking this resort for our spring retreat.
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Date of stay: February 2015
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
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travelerm43 wrote a review Oct 2014
Atlanta, Georgia
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I attended a wedding at the honey lake plantation. While the grounds are beautiful and serene, the cost for service and quality was sub-par.

Food:
Each meal (we stayed 4 nights total) took about an hour or more for service. Breakfast lunch and dinner took most of the day. Food was very heavy and hard to find variety. A friend ordered a "fruit plate" that contained 2 small slices of honey dew melon, 3 blackberries, and a pile of toast and muffins.

Lodging:
We stayed at the trophy lodge (very pretty, very pricey) and the equestrian lodge. The trophy lodge was wonderful, lots of space and unique taxidermy however very expensive. The equestrian lodge allowed you to hear every word ore movement from the other guests. It was cute, but of quality of a nice holiday inn, for double the price.

Amenities:
Fishing and shooting was great the guides were especially helpful, however the "spa" was a nightmare. The staff arrived hungover and dirty, did a horrible job (paint all over nail beds) and two days later I received an infection that required antibiotics. The staff even informed us that they're contacted out, only charge $ 30.00 at there business but because honey lake sets the price, they up-charge 130.00.
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Date of stay: September 2014
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Angela M wrote a review Sept 2012
Tampa, Florida
4.0 of 5 bubbles
This property is wonderful. When you first arrive you will drive a while down a long driveway bordered by fence- we figured out this was probably to protect the wildlife on either side. There were donkeys and horses to admire behind the fencing- we didn't see any wildlife at first but this is a huge property known for quail, turkey and deer hunting. There is even a smokehouse you will notice which is where they process the meat. We did see a turkey during our explorations but nothing else. I imagine that is because there is a huge area for everything to roam.

We checked in at the gathering hall and they had the ballroom setup for a wedding which was nice to see. They said there wasn't one that day- they just like to set it up when they have a tour come through and they had a visitor earlier that day- this is a sign of a place that does it right!

We stayed in the equestrian lodge and the first night we were the only ones there, which was very nice and quiet. I saw on the Facebook page this portion of the accommodations opened up in April so the building is brand new. The lobby floors and crown molding are pine and smelled wonderful. After we checked in we immediately left for Thomasville, GA on a Saturday so we could check out the downtown area and we enjoyed that as well. It was recommended by the front desk for nearby "things to do." We had dinner in Thomasville because we were there so late but Honey Lake had a restaurant available for dinner Saturday.

When we arrived back at Honey Lake the sun was setting over the lake which was gorgeous. There is a lakefront church as well and seeing the sunset behind it was great. The church was not open on Saturday so we were wondering when we could see it. It has the oldest stained glass windows in Florida.

Honey Lake is located in a dry county so they did advise us when we made our reservations that we should bring our own champagne/wine if we wanted any. We brought some wine and when it came time to chill it there were not any ice buckets or ice locations at our lodge. We stopped by the restaurant and asked for some ice, which they were happy to give. It seemed weird because we did notice an ice chest near the pool area but it was empty. I imagine the other lodges have kitchens in them so there is not as much need for ice. I mentioned the lack of ice to the front desk at check out and they apologized and said they are waiting on ice machines to arrive. So this is not a big deal if you are a future guest, but it did some what affect our stay because we did not have what we needed readily available. So after getting ice from the restaurant we looked around at our surroundings and said, oh well, it really is fine now!

We made reservations (which were required) for Sunday brunch at 11am. It was great! It was buffet style. We met the head chef who was actually manning the omelette station and he was very friendly. There was a large array of foods available, and some of our favorites were the bagels with various jams and jellies by the plantation which were available for purchase in the gift shop, omelette station (the eggs are fresh from chickens on the property), honey baked ham, cheese grits, catfish, and pork with fig sauce. All very good, and the tables were set very nicely with floor length linens, chiavari chairs and floral arrangements. The brunch is also open to the public, but many of the guests come by after church, so we were the only ones there earlier in the day besides a mother and daughter.

After brunch we went to the lobby and asked about the activities available on property, which was not provided to us at check in. They had a color copy (a nice touch as many other hotels would just make black and white printouts) of the activities list with pricing. The only thing is there is a lead time for all the activities, and we did not know this. I think we still could have rented a kayak or a fishing pole, but a more involved activity like skeet shooting required notice to reserve. This was not a big deal to us because we decided to do other things off site but it should maybe have been mentioned upon making reservations. For example, spa services require 2 weeks notice so if this is important to you, plan ahead. Another activity we enjoyed on the property was the nature walk boardwalk near the Pansy Poe cottage, but we asked where this was because we saw it on the Facebook page, not because it was offered up as something to do to enjoy the property.

We found out the church was open Sunday so we went inside. It is breathtakingly beautiful! It is all pine and the stained glass windows are gorgeous. It also has large windows overlooking the lake providing a beautiful view in the middle of the day and again when we went back in at sunset.

Sunday we visited the nearby Pebble Hill plantation which was interestingly "Miss Pansy" Poe's main residence. Miss Pansy also owned Honey Lake, before of course now.

When we returned to Honey Lake we went to the pool which was nice. There is a fitness center connected as well which we would have taken advantage of if we werent so lazy.

The fun came on Sunday when we discovered the restaurant on site was not open Sundays and anything nearby was not expected to be either. The front lobby recommended we go back to Thomasville (which is 30 minutes away) to try to find something. This is a remote area! We were lucky to find a pizza place in Monticello (which is about 15 minutes away) that was open that Sunday for the first time ever. We really thought that Honey Lake should have a better plan available to guests staying with them on a Sunday, especially if their own restaurant isn't open either. As mentioned earlier the equestrian lodge where we stayed is just a room, so we didnt have a kitchen and information about Sunday dinner pretty much not being available anywhere was not provided to us until we asked. Breakfast is not served on Mondays either, so we had to find something after we checked out that day.

Besides information being readily available and volunteered, the property is just beautiful and we enjoyed the peace and quiet as we explored on our own. The sunsets behind the lake are amazing. The room we stayed in had a nice plush king sized bed and good sized bathroom. They provided necessities for travel like a hair dryer, ironing board and iron, and plenty of closet and drawer space. There was a coffee maker in the room. One of the nights we stayed there was a wedding held with 280 guests but this did not disturb us in the slightest, it was still as if we were the only ones there. The equestrian lodge has a great lobby area with a TV so we even ate our Sunday night pizza out there instead of having to find a suitable place to eat in our room.

We will definitely return!
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Date of stay: September 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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ON3DANCE wrote a review Mar 2015
Boca Raton, Florida
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The Honey Lake Plantation is incredible, but there are numerous problems.
They have horses and skeet shooting among other things and the lake is wonderful!
Now, here are the problems. The rooms etc. are decorated to the hilt, but the rooms do not have the proper insulation!!! You can hear people in the next room just talking normally. We heard too too much goings on in rooms and the sound does travel. This made us very uncomfortable and everyone made complaints that the walls are not insulated properly if you want to get good nights sleep! There were two weddings on this Saturday and they are able to accommodate them in different areas.
They cannot handle breakfast or lunch for this crowd on these three day weddings. Without exaggeration, we got served out coffee and waited one and one-half hours for our breakfast and our lunch!!! Unacceptable. The staff seems disorganized. ?? I will say that the housekeeping people do an excellent job! They have a spa etc. I did not see anyone using it. ?? This property costs $40,000,000. to build and although it is beautiful, it needs a lot of tweaking!!!! More attention needs to be discussed and not everyone in the serving/cooking capacity was to blame. Friday morning (2/27/28) was the worse service ever............had to wait 1 1/2 hrs for our breakfast...totally unacceptable!!!!
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Date of stay: February 2015
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: If their restaurant is not open, basically there is no place to go!!!! We went to a Mexican ...
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melodykathryn wrote a review Dec 2012
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Recently had dinner at the plantation. They had excellent food and service. They are still waiting for their liquor license, but allow you to bring your own bottle of wine. I had venison which was cooked medium rare and quite tasty served with potatoes, green beans and salad. Others had prime rib, grouper and lamb. The menu changes each weekend and they are only open for dinner Fri and Sat right now.

They need a bigger brighter sign from the highway. It was quite dark and we were unable to see much of the plantation except the main restaurant/meeting facility - they could use more lights and better signage. Their ballroom where they serve Sunday brunch was very nice.
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Date of stay: December 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: They have a lodge and cabins, but we did not see the inside as we only went for dinner.
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spacadet wrote a review Sept 2012
Denver, Colorado
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I really enjoyed my time at Honey Lake for the wedding of a family member, but it is obvious that this place is a new business. Once they make some improvements, it will be top-notch!
We stayed in the Hunting Lodge, which is GORGEOUS and really luxurious. We also had maid service after the first night, which was unexpected and nice! We hosted a party around the fire pit in the backyard of the lodge the night before the wedding, and noticed some problems while we were setting up - a big fire ant hill near the patio, and also a broken sprinkler cover near the patio that someone could have stepped in, since there was no outdoor lighting. We had a very responsive maintenance man helping us to try to get these issues solved before the party. The following day, I got up to cook everyone eggs for breakfast, only to find out that the cookware was filthy from prior use, and the stove was disabled anyway - even though there's a full kitchen in the lodge, we were told that not everything is available for guest use - just for the chef if there's a special event.
The grounds are expansive, but there is weird combination of hospitality and forbidding going on. As you drive down the 2 mile drive to the main building, there are signs every 200 feet or so that say either "No Trespassing", "Don't Litter" or "Drive Slow". Not very welcoming. We arrived before check-in time and asked if we could walk around the property a bit until our lodge was ready. We were told that it would be OK to walk around on the pavement circle drive or go over to the chapel. This is in contrast to the hiking we've heard other guests have done, so we thought maybe there was a hunt going on and they didn't want us wandering around in the woods. Again, there were "No Trespassing" signs everywhere anyway, so we thought it would be safest to just stick around near the main compound. We had lunch in the restaurant and had problems getting our orders delivered quickly and correctly. The servers were VERY sweet and tried hard, but were clearly not trained in customer service and/or very new to the staff.
In contrast, the wedding itself was executed flawlessly. The event planner did a great job of keeping everyone on track, and the bride herself said everything was perfect - just how she'd imagined! The food was excellent, and the chef was nearby to help me figure out what I could eat from the buffet (I have food allergies). Staff members even brought hors d'ouerves and drinks down to the wedding party while we were still at the chapel getting pictures taken after the ceremony. HLP does have beautiful grounds and buildings, and I'm sure the pictures will be stunning!
I think with a little bit of polish to the fine details and the training of new staff members, this place could be top-notch. They are not very adept yet at handling spontaneous needs - they want you to plan out or reserve every bit of your stay there. This is fine for highly planned events like weddings, but for the average person staying there - they may not realize they need to plan ahead if they want things like ice for their drinks or to use the grill/kitchen at the Hunting Lodge, etc. Since the surrounding towns are quite sleepy and remote, more planning than expected may be required. Still, we had a great time and really appreciated the beauty surrounding us.
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Date of stay: September 2012
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: The Hunting Lodge is FABULOUS and great for hosting parties. Not very quiet, though, if you want...
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HappyTraveler32344 wrote a review May 2012
Monticello, Florida
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Honey Lake is a one of a kind spot for a special occasion. The owner spared no effort nor expense to make the facilities top rate and perfect for functions. The 80 acre spring fed lake is wonderful for kayaking or just enjoying the view.
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Date of stay: April 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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MarinaGP500 wrote a tip Sept 2016
Cape Charles, Virginia39 contributions15 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"The cottages are a much better value than the individual rooms which were overpriced in my mind."
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ON3DANCE wrote a tip Mar 2015
Boca Raton, Florida81 contributions59 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"If their restaurant is not open, basically there is no place to go!!!! We went to a Mexican restaurant given to us by the hotel staff and it is the ONLY place to go for dinner!!!!!! Not a good place!!!"
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Jeffrey M wrote a tip Jul 2014
Tallahassee, Florida4 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All The rooms in the Equestrian Lodge are good and mom sure the Trophy Lodge and cottages are good as well."
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Dale F wrote a tip Feb 2014
Dallas, TX38 contributions53 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"All of the rooms in the many types of accommodations are excellent."
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judirembert wrote a tip May 2013
Alachua, Florida8 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Try out "Pansey Poe's Cottage" or if four bedroom are needed there a wonderful lodge with pecky cypress and heart pine through out this lodge...Has kitchen, DR and nice appointed furniture."
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
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Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
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