This inn has several buildings. I have stayed in the I.W. Phillips Househttp://www.orlandohistoricinn.com/Houses_IWPhillips.htm and Dr. Phillips House http://www.orlandohistoricinn.com/Houses_DrPhillips.htm on several occasions and each time had a very pleasant stay. Rooms range from funky, to eccentric to elegant. There are some fine antique pieces in some of the rooms and the proprietor is an art collector. Rooms have always been clean and my stays quiet except when there is a wedding reception or other such event. The grounds run toward Florida tropical gardens and for flora lovers, have an interesting variety of plants. A modest breakfast can be taken at a table on the front porch. The coffee is strong and they serve a nice variety of tea.
If you want to be near the attractions (Disney, SeaWorld, etc.), this is not the place for you. It is in easy walking distance of downtown Orlando, Lake Eola and Thorton Park. Since I now have a house in Orlando there is little reason to stay at the Courtyard. However, in passing I occasionally think I might just book a room for the weekend one of these days.