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B&BHidden among the historic buildings and scenic city streets of St. Augustine are the many bed-and-breakfasts that offer a quiet escape from beach days and sightseeing. From Old Florida-style homes to cozy cottages, the area’s B&Bs provide a one-of-a-kind experience fit for any getaway or staycation.

44 Spanish Street, 44 Spanish St.

Located at the heart of downtown, this two-story, Old Florida-style renovated boarding house offers eight rooms complete with wireless internet, flat screen TVs, private bathrooms and Jacuzzi tubs. Breakfast is served each morning in the dining room and courtyard. Private parking is available for guests.

Go to 44spanishstreet.com or call 904-826-0650.

63 Orange Street, 63 Orange St.

Built in 1884, this Victorian-style home offers an authentic, yet modern atmosphere. Complete with private bathrooms, claw foot tubs, private balconies and elegant furnishings, this quiet inn is the perfect place to step back in time and relax just two blocks from the city gates.

Go to 63orangestreet.com or call 904-824-6621.

Bayfront Westcott House, 146 Avenida Menendez St.

Featured on bedandbreakfast.com’s Best of the South list, the Bayfront Westcott House is a perfect getaway with a view of the Matanzas Bay. Each of the 16 rooms are unique and feature amenities such as electric fireplaces, King-sized beds, private balconies with bay views and hardwood floors. With its vintage charm and relaxed atmosphere, this inn is provides the perfect setting for a stop in St. Augustine.

Go to westcotthouse.com or call 904-825-4602.

Bayfront Marin House, 142 Avenida Menendez St.

Featured on HGTV, this top-rated waterfront B&B in downtown offers a laid-back, relaxed atmosphere. Each of the 15 rooms include private entrances and bathrooms, French doors and original hardwood floors from the 1800s. Guests are welcome to enjoy on-site parking, access to beach cruisers and happy hour with homemade Sangria.

Go to bayfrontmarinhouse.com or call 904-824-4301.

Carriage Way, 70 Cuna St.

Constructed in the 1880s by the lead carpenter of Henry Flagler, this premier B&B offers a quiet getaway in the center of downtown just steps away from St. George St. Winner of the Donal A. Dermody White Glove Award six years in a row, this historic home offers newly-renovated rooms complete with hardwood floors, rain head showers and homemade breakfast.

Go to carriageway.com or call 904-829-2467.

 

Casablanca Inn with a slow shutter
A slow shutter speed is used to capture patrons as they sit outside of the Casablanca Inn, 24 Avenida Menendez.

Casablanca Inn, 24 Avenida Menendez

This 1914 restored Mediterranean revival B&B located on the bayfront provides a place for visitors to rest and relax on their stay in St. Augustine. Amenities in the 23-room inn include private porches and sundecks, decorative fireplaces and private entries. Guests are treated to breakfast and free parking.

Go to casablancainn.com or call 904-829-0928.

Casa de Solana, 21 Aviles St.

Located on the oldest street in St. Augustine, this 10-room, full-service B&B offers an elegant and intricate ambience. Each room is uniquely decorated for a one-of-a-kind experience. The Casa de Solana features bicycles and parking, whirlpool tubs, in-room massages, private outdoor seating and a signature gourmet breakfast.

Go to casadesolana.com or call 904-824-3555.

 

The Cedar House Inn is located at 79 Cedar St.

Cedar House Inn, 79 Cedar St.

Built in 1893, this Victorian home embraces the Old Florida culture. Located in the heart of downtown, Cedar House Inn is the perfect place to stay during a trip to the nation’s oldest city. Rooms include Queen and King beds and private baths complete with Jacuzzis. Guests are welcome to enjoy a two-course gourmet breakfast, freshly baked goods, a wrap-around porch and a game room.

Go to cedarhouseinn.com or call 904-829-0079.

Centennial House, 26 Cordova St.

This fully restored eight-room inn located two blocks from St. George Street offers a comfortable escape from the hustle and bustle of everday life. Amenities include private luxury baths, whirlpool tubs and fireplaces. Guests can enjoy a full breakfast and relax in the serene garden courtyard.

Go to centennialhouse.com or call 904-810-2218.

Kenwood Inn, 38 Marine St.

In operation since 1865, Kenwood Inn is the oldest continuously operating inn in St. Augustine. During their stay, visitors can explore the sunroom, spacious living rooms, and walled-courtyard. Rooms feature private baths, antique furniture, pillow-top mattresses and decorative fireplaces.

Go to thekenwoodinn.com or call 904-824-2116.

Old Powder House Inn, 38 Cordova St.

On the list of Best Overall bed-and-breakfasts in the country, this Victorian inn is a treat for anyone looking for a romantic getaway in the heart of the nation’s oldest city. Hidden under oak and pecan trees, guests can sit and enjoy the shade in the verandas, courtyards and gardens while enjoying lemonade and freshly-baked goods.

Go to oldpowderhouse.com or call 904-824-4149.

Victorian House, 11 Cadiz St.

Originally built in 1895, this restored Victorian inn welcomes guests with antique décor and a comforting atmosphere. With 10 rooms available for reservation, guests can enjoy double Jacuzzi tubs, fireplaces and private porches. Voted as the St. Augustine B&B with the most privacy, this inn is the perfect place to sit back and relax.

Go to victorianhousebnb.com or call 904-824-5214.

St. Francis Inn, 279 St. George St.

Located on one of the most popular streets in St. Augustine, this inn built in 1791 provides guests with a look into the past with all the comforts of today. Individually decorated rooms and suites provide visitors with a unique stay. Amenities include private balconies and porches, hardwood floors, whirlpool tubs, fireplaces and a swimming pool. Gourmet breakfasts are served daily.

Go to stfrancisinn.com or call 904-824-6068.

 

Agustin Inn, 29 Cuna St.

This turn-of-the-century, three-story restored inn still maintains an original quaint atmosphere to welcome guests for a cozy stay in St. Augustine. Among the 18 unique suites, guests will find private bathrooms, whirlpool tubs and access to gardens and terraces. Guests are treated to a two-course, sit-down breakfast daily.

Go to agustininn.com or call 904-823-9559.

Peace and Plenty Inn, 87 Cedar St.

Built in 1894, this restored B&B reflects its original style while offering visitors all the comforts of today. Just two blocks away from the Plaza de la Constitucion, guests can enjoy a quiet escape while still being within walking distance of all of downtown St. Augustine’s must-see sights. Guests can relax in the hammock out back or take a stroll in the garden.

Go to peaceandplentyinn.com or call 904-829-8209.

 

Saragossa Inn, 34 Saragossa St.

What started as a 1924 Sears Craftsman Bungalow has expanded over the years into a quaint six-room B&B. With a private layout, this charming cottage allows guests rooms to relax and enjoy their stay. Guests can start out their day with a three-course brunch before hitting the town.

Go to saragossainn.com or call 904-808-7384.

 

Casa de Suenos, 20 Cordova St.

Built in 1904, this two-story Mediterranean inn features a classic stuc co exterior with a red tile roof, arched doorways and many palladium windows. Guests can choose from five rooms, each with private baths and outside balconies.

Go to casadesuenos.com or call 904-824-0887.

Alexander Homestead, 14 Sevilla St.

This Victorian-style inn offers guests the chance to step back in time and enjoy a unique experience. Found at the inn are wood-burning fireplaces, private porches, early morning coffee service and on-site parking. Breakfast is served daily and includes country French apple casserole, French toast, homemade granola and fresh juice.

Go to alexanderhomestead.com or call 904-826-4147.

Inn on Charlotte, 52 Charlotte St.

Built in 1918, this eight-room inn provides visitors with an atmosphere of Southern hospitality. Rooms feature king- or queen-sized beds, whirlpool tubs and spa-jet showers. Coffee is made fresh every morning and breakfast is served shortly after. Guests can relax in the parlor or enjoy the large, shaded front porch while sipping on some lemonade.

Go to innoncharlotte.com or call 904-829-3819.

Castle Garden, 15 Shenandoah St.

Built in 1887, Castle Garden is the only coquina B&B in St. Augustine on the National Register. Formerly a carriage house, this restored inn offers seven uniquely-decorated rooms which include private baths, claw foot tubs and cathedral ceilings.

Go to castlegarden.com or call 904-829-3839.

Southern Wind Inn, 18 Cordova St.

This turn-of-the-century inn in the heart of downtown St. Augustine is built of coquina masonry with columns and verandas. While restored, this B&B has retained its vintage architecture offering guests an atmosphere of Southern charm. Rooms have private baths and period furnishings. An afternoon social takes place daily, allowing guests to meet and relax before heading out for a night on the town.

Go to southernwindinn.com or call 904-825-3623.

Penny Farthing Inn, 83 Cedar St.

This eclectic B&B built n 1897 offers guest a stay with Yorkshire hospitality. Just one block off King Street, this inn is within walking distance of the city’s main attractions. Eight unique rooms are decorated in period antiques, and five rooms offer a covered porch. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can relax by the fireplace in the parlor.

Go to pennyfarthinginn.net or call 904-824-2100.

Old City House Inn & Restaurant, 115 Cordova St.

Winner of numerous awards including St. Augustine’s Best B&B in 2005, Old City House Inn & Restaurant welcomes guests for a unique experience. The coquina-stone inn includes rooms that reflect Mediterranean cities such as Venice and Paris as well as themes of “Out of Africa” and “Passage to India.” The renowned restaurant features a selection of global cuisine, including seafood, Mediterranean, Indian and Thai dishes.

Go to oldcityhouse.com or call 904-826-0113.

At Journey’s End, 89 Cedar St.

Visitors eat breakfast together at At Journey's End Bed and Breakfast
Tim Millbern visits with guests as they dine on raspberry French toast while staying at At Journey’s End Bed and Breakfast.

Built in the late 1800s, this Victorian B&B has been restored to feature one-of-a-kind rooms featuring themes of exotic places. Guests can experience Egypt, China and an African safari in the middle of downtown St. Augustine. The inn offers private baths, verandahs and breakfast served daily.

Go to atjourneysend.com or call 904-829-0076.

St. George Inn, 4 St. George St.

Located in the heart of Old Town, this inn is within walking distance of all of downtown’s historic sights. Amenities in the 25-room B&B include, private baths, concierge service, Starbucks in-room coffee and fresh breakfast served daily. With views of the Castillo de San Marco, the City Gate and the Matanzas Inlet, St. George Inn is a great place for a getaway.

Go to stgeorge-inn.com or call 904-827-5740.

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