It's called "Seven Sisters" because the original owners had seven daughters. Built in 1888, this Queen Anne Style structure in Ocala's historic district, has been completely restored and serves as a Bed & Breakfast inn.
"Faux paintings and murals begin an artistic expedition starting with carved doors from Indonesia and reaching the four corners of the globe. World travelers can experience lighthouses of Cape Cod, a Safari Bengal room, a Sultan's bed in mysterious India, imported French fabrics from Paris and Zen-like harmony of the Orient. Jacuzzi, Victorian soaking tubs, spa showers, fireplaces, heated towel bars available in most rooms. Gourmet breakfast and afternoon tea is included. In-room coffee service, luxurious bathrobes, newspaper, free bicycle for use, candlelit dinners and murder mysteries available."
Sounds pretty good. And the prices run from about $100 - $300 per night.
The only trouble is that some folks say the place is haunted. Ghosts reside there. Some think it was built on the site of a battle between US troops and Seminole Indians. Things go bump in the night.
Or do they?