Only in St. Augustine can you experience 450 years of history and multicultural influence in a charming coastal community. And when you visit St. Augustine, there’s no better place to stay than in a local bed & breakfast in the heart of the city’s historic district.
St. Augustine Historic Inns is an association of 21 unique historic inns, run by innkeepers committed to your comfort and safety, ready to help you relax and enjoy every moment of your time in the Nation’s Oldest City. You can expect personalized 5-star service at these wonderfully renovated B&Bs and Inns, while experiencing their modern touches and finishes.
Originally a boarding house built in the 1920s, 44 Spanish Street Inn was meticulously restored and converted into a B&B in 2003. Today, it is home to 8 luxurious rooms, candlelit porches and cozy courtyards. The inn’s Spanish Street location makes it perfect for visitors who want to feel like they are truly in the center of it all – just step outside and take your pick of incredible shops, galleries and restaurants.
A Victorian beauty built between 1899 and 1904 by Bernard Masters, a wealthy cattleman and businessman, the Agustin Inn was a private residence for many years before being transformed into a historic hotel. Despite lovely modern amenities and an elevated guest experience, the home has never lost its Gilded Age appeal. Whether you choose to relax in the private courtyard or take in the sights and sounds of St. George Street, you can’t go wrong with the Agustin Inn.
Edmond Masters, lead carpenter for Henry Flagler’s famous Hotel Ponce de Leon, built Carriage Way as a private residence in the 1880s. Restored to its original beauty, Carriage Way now boasts over a dozen luxury rooms, each named for precious gems and metals pulled straight from the opulent Gilded Age. When you’re ready for a break from rest and relaxation, just take a step outside and enjoy everything downtown St. Augustine has to offer.
This early 1900s building reflects the grace and flair of the Spanish Revival architecture popular in St. Augustine at the time. Today, the Mediterranean styling of the Casa, with archways, palladian windows, tile roof and open balconies, sets the stage for serenity and coziness. Casa de Sueños proudly offers 7 unique, beautifully decorated rooms with luxury amenities and private balconies, where guests can sit and enjoy the enduring charm of St. Augustine’s historic district.
Located in the carriage house of the former Castle Warden (now Ripley’s), built in 1887, Castle Garden remains virtually untouched by time. This beautifully renovated 1860s Moorish Revival Inn is now home to 6 quaint rooms, each inspired by a different aspect of St. Augustine’s rich history. Just steps from the Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum and a short walk from the Castillo de San Marcos and many other unique St. Augustine attractions, there’s always something new to discover.
Hemingway House bed & breakfast is a small, intimate and exclusive home that gives visitors the ultimate getaway in one of Florida’s most romantic neighborhoods. Designed to be casual yet nice and fun yet behaved, you’ll soak in peace and quiet from a private, covered balcony at the inn, or savor a day surrounded by incredible food, beautiful art and rich history as you explore downtown St. Augustine.
Originally built in 1918, this beautiful post-war brick home reflects a time of American optimism. Today, the Inn on Charlotte has been a well-known vacation destination for over 20 years. Just a short walk from St. Augustine’s bayfront, the inn is home to 8 expertly designed guest rooms inspired by its southern coastal locale. Guests can enjoy all the modern amenities they’ve come to expect from a great B&B, while surrounded by centuries of history.
Located on Cordova Street, the former site of the ancient city’s military “gunpowder house”, The Old Powder House Inn offers guests a private, romantic getaway where history is at your doorstep and gracious hospitality just over the threshold. Whether you need a vacation or you’re celebrating a special occasion, enjoy a tranquil evening in one of the inn’s 9 Old Florida-inspired rooms. Or take a moment to enjoy the renowned restaurants, shops and experiences you can only find in the heart of St. Augustine’s historic district.
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