In St. Augustine’s historic district, south of the iconic Bridge of Lions, you’ll find some of the city’s best bed & breakfasts. Here you can enjoy the beauty and solitude of centuries-old, tree-lined streets, while staying just steps away from the area’s best museums, galleries, restaurants and more.
St. Augustine Historic Inns is an association of 21 unique historic inns, run by innkeepers who are ready to help you relax and enjoy every moment of your time in the Nation’s Oldest City. What’s more, they will easily provide you with the best visit possible while maintaining strict sanitation and social distancing guidelines for your safety as well as the staff.
Named for the home’s original owner, Don Manuel Lorenzo Solana, and coming in at over 250 years old, Casa de Solana sits along St. Augustine’s oldest and most charming thoroughfare, Aviles Street. Today, the inn has grown into a full-service bed & breakfast, with 10 uniquely designed rooms – all within a short walk of Flagler College (Flagler’s former Ponce de Leon Hotel), museums, restaurants, parks and more.
Built in the late 18th century and nestled among three of the city’s most iconic landmarks – Henry Flagler’s former Gilded Age hotels – The Old City House Inn has been lovingly restored in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. The Inn now boasts 7 beautiful rooms, named for some of St. Augustine’s most famous residents, and a full-service restaurant and bar, perfect for anyone looking for a quiet night out.
Originally built by Sergeant Gasper Garcia of Cuba in the late 1700s, this home remained a private residence for years, finally becoming the St. Francis Inn in 1948. Today, the property contains over a dozen beautiful, Old Florida-inspired rooms and suites. While you’re here, relax in a private courtyard with a fountained pond, or walk around and explore the city’s oldest streets.
This one-acre garden oasis comprises nine historic homes dating from 1790 to 1910. A beloved historical landmark, it has been an integral part of the city’s history for generations. Today, The Collector Luxury Inn blends modern amenities with the beauty and authenticity of old St. Augustine. With 30 modern rooms and thoughtfully designed outdoor spaces, you can rest and relax in style before hitting the streets to experience everything St. Augustine has to offer.
Built in 1865 as the Hotel La Borde, this inn has remained a popular vacation destination and is the only remaining hotel of its size from the city’s opulent Gilded Age. Today, The Kenwood Inn is home to 14 guest rooms and suites that bring to life that Old Florida elegance, where visitors can enjoy private amenities and beautiful views without sacrificing proximity to St. Augustine’s bustling downtown.
A Victorian era beauty, tucked away between two of America’s oldest streets, Victorian House gives guests a quiet hideaway in the middle of a thriving city. Sit on the porch and enjoy the charm of Florida’s oldest city, or take a short walk to any number of renowned restaurants, bars, museums and historical sites. With over a dozen rooms, Victorian House is a must-stay for private getaways or anyone looking for the perfect small wedding venue.