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Agustin Inn Bed & Breakfast in Saint Augustine, FL

Agustin Inn Bed & Breakfast in Saint Augustine, FL

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Rating: 4.06

Address: 29 Cuna St, Saint Augustine, FL, 32084

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    Comments (16):

    1. Marie M.
    I've stayed here two times with my husband. WE really love this place. The rooms are very cozy and many have balcony's (some private) We've stayed in The Nottingham room (smallish with small private Balcony and whirlpool tub) and the Camelot room (Bigger with high bed, cozy linens, a large private balcony and a whirlpool tub for two. Comes with breakfast in bed.)

    The Inn Keepers are very friendly and give good service. The Breakfast meal is taken in a lovely well appointed dining room . During the day there are snacks in the parlor and on weekends a late afternoon social hour on Fridays and Saturdays with hors'd'oeuvres and refreshments which include wine, assorted sodas, coffee, assorted teas and bottled water.  Very nice.

    It's located just a block from the fort  and a half block from the Pedestrian street. You can walk pretty much anywhere from this Inn.

    I highly recommend this place!

    14/12/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. Josh B.
    Very nice B&B. We will recommend this to other as well. The staff was SUPER nice, great breakfasts, clean rooms. Not sure what else you need to know.

    Go online and pick the room you want and bam it's just like that when you get there.

    Thanks to all the staff @ AIB&B :)

    13/02/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Mel C.
    This was my first trip to st augustine. My friend suggested we stay at a bed and breakfast since we have never stayed at one before. I was hesitant at first bc of the cost and it was something new to me. We booked a room at the inn just to give it a try, since the reviews were good.

    The day of arrival, I notified the lady at the front desk via phone call that we might have a third person joining us. I asked if there were any roll out beds and she stated yes but would be too small to fit in the windsor room. I then asked if there were any other rooms available, especially the one that slept 3 to a room. She stated no and that all rooms were booked this weekend. I then asked if there was a charge for an extra person per room and she stated it would be $30. I thanked her for her help and notified her that we would be checking in late.

    My friends and i drove up friday night to the inn later than expected. We tried calling to let the front desk know but no one answered so we started to get worried at the fact the room might have been given away. We arrived at the inn and were pleasantly surprised to find a welcome packet at the inn. The inn was beautiful and had already exceeded my expectations.

    We woke up the next morning to have breakfast. The wait staff was wonderful that morning. Breakfast was delicious. Tracey the innkeeper introduced herself and notified us of the policies of the inn. This morning service at the inn was very inviting and cozy.

    So it was a shock when the next morning service turned 180 degrees. We came down to breakfast at 930, the same time we arrived for breakfast saturday morning. Tracey stopped by and notified us of the $30 charge for an extra person which we found acceptable and fair. But we waited an hour and a half before breakfast was served. Tracey kept coming by stating the waffles would be coming soon. Meanwhile a table of four who had arrived 15-20 minutes after us were being served first. We received our breakfast at 11am...checkout time. Also we overheard Tracey speaking with the other table about us which was truly unprofessional. It felt like we were treated as second class citizens, maybe bc we were younger than any other guest, or maybe for some other reason....I am not sure.

    The service on Sunday morning has left a terrible taste in my mouth about the inn and the staff there. After trying to reach the inn's staff and owner several times via telephone (no answer several times) and email, the problem was resolved with a free night stay. But after the service we received, why go back?

    30/05/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    4. Doug T.
    Augustin Inn helped us have a very relaxing weekend.

    They made sure the check in process was easy and streamlined, and made us feel right at home. We had chocolate covered strawberries waiting in our room (which is an extra add on option.) And we had the Primrose suit which is the biggest in the house. The view wasn't much, however the room was beautiful and relaxing enough to make up for it.
    Right outside the room was a band from a local restaurant playing live music from afternoon until around 11pm. This actually made it sound like our room had live music every time we walked in.

    The beds our more comfortable than my own, and I own a memory foam mattress,
    and many rooms including the primrose include large jacuzzi tubs.
    The breakfast was amazing. It was a two course breakfast served at two different times. They make different items every morning, however you can request a specific dish and they will make it for you, within reason. The dishes they make are so good guests often ask for recipes, which they gladly give out.

    This inn is right in the thick of the historic district. We did not want for a thing and could walk almost anywhere we wanted to go.
    This is the way to go if your looking for a romantic weekend away from the kids.
    We'll be back.

    05/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Jason L.
    Very nice B&B! We will definitely stay here again.
    We started in the Wellington Suite, which is a 3rd floor suite with a private balcony. It is a, cozy, room. Unfortunately, my better half did not appreciate the extra firm mattress. Fortunately, it was the middle of the week, and the inn Keeper let my girl walk around to the non reserved rooms to pick out one she did like! We ended up in the Nightingale room which had a decidedly plush king and a large room.

    The staff are incredibly accommodating, and the rooms are very nice.

    Parking is about a 5 minute walk from there on a private lot with plenty of room. You won't need your car anyway. We parked on Wednesday, and didn't start the truck again till Saturday. If you are in any shape at all, and I say that as a 300+lb man, you can get to all of St George st, the Fort, several wonderful restaurants, many museums, and bunches of bars on foot. What you cannot reach on foot, I highly recommend the trolly/train (which are different).

    All external entrances are numeric keypad, and internal are traditional key. I think all of the rooms are accessible from the outside stairs, and/or the elevator. You're free to come and go as you please.

    Make sure you don't pass up breakfast. It may be the best meal you get in St Augustine! Their breakfasts are wonderful!

    30/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. Jessica H.
    After reading such positive reviews (which I'm starting to question the credibility of), I can't overstate how disappointed and shocked my husband and I were by our stay at the Agustin Inn. First off, we're pretty easygoing and I've never written a negative online review - ever - but I feel obligated to share our experience so others don't end up like we did. Not only were we LOCKED OUT of this inn that they leave completely unstaffed at night in 95-degree heat, unable to get anyone to answer our phone calls over numerous attempts, but after finally being let in had to sleep with BED BUGS that literally ate us alive all night. On top of that, the breakfast that came at the end of this sleepless night (that, as no exaggeration, bordered on sheer torture) was completely tasteless and no one there so much as gave a simple smile or even bothered to introduce themselves. The only two people who spoke to us were, to put it mildly, cold and inattentive. Like nothing I've ever seen in decades of vacationing, and certainly nothing you'd expect from what seems online like a nice B&B. Please save yourself the frustration and stay somewhere clean and friendly that actually cares about you as a customer.

    08/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    7. M. F.
    This was our first time stay at a bed-and-breakfast. We had a wonderful time. The location is perfect, within walking distance of pretty much everything. The breakfast is absolutely amazing and the staff is very welcoming and helpful. We will definitely stay at this place again next time we visit. The parking lot is a little walk, but we expected to walk the whole weekend. It was lovely and romantic and we had an excellent time. The rooms were tidy and quaint and felt like we were staying in someone's house..,which we pretty much were!

    15/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Sundi P.
    We just got back from a stay here and had a nice time.  The B&B is right off of St. George Street and we loved being so close.  We actually walked to the lighthouse from here which was a little less than two miles.  My husband's birthday happened to be during our stay and the ladies made him a birthday cupcake and sang to him after our breakfast.  It was very cool.

    The room we had chosen was not available once we arrived, but they switched us to another room which was nice.  We didn't get some of the features we wanted, but still had a nice trip.  Very fast wi-fi, but only one TV station - the Weather channel.  Also, they did not have daily room service.

    We would stay here again.

    15/03/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. Kimberly C.
    The BEST St. Augustine experience-and right in the heart of the historic district.  Walking distance from a multitude of attractions, with warm hospitality and the best breakfast in St. Augustine.  There are too many reasons to enumerate as to why we continue to stay here every time we visit.

    31/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. Debra L.
    This place was the best! Right in the heart of downtown and walking distance to everything! The staff was amazing. Our rom was room 18. We had our own private entrance that did no require us to use the house entrance. The room was large and clean with a huge 2 person walk in shower! Every morning they serve the most amazing 2 course breakfast! Worth the visit for a romantic getaway!

    16/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    11. Beth B.
    my husband stayed here for the second time for NYE 2014.  although i didn't think it was possible, our second experience was even better than our first.  the location of this b&b is excellent, you can walk just about anywhere you want to go in downtown st. augustine.  we stayed in the camelot suite.  the room was amazing, with a large balcony overlooking cuna street.  the room is very clean and cozy, and the bed is amazingly comfortable.  breakfast (which is always yummy), is served to you in your room as a perk of staying in the camelot.  this was a very nice feature, but even if you don't have that luxury with some of their other rooms, their dining area is roomy and still allows for privacy with smaller tables peppered throughout (as opposed to one large awkward dining table like at some other b&b's).  although parking can be a pain in st. augustine, they make it as easy as possible, with one space located directly across from the b&b for a quick check-in and loading/unloading bags.  They have a dirt lot about 1.5 block away around the corner from the inn.  we left our car there throughout our three day stay, and didn't have any problems.  the staff and inn keepers are extremely friendly and helpful, with many great recommendations for dining, sightseeing, etc.  i can't recommend this place enough, and look forward to our next visit to augustin inn.

    25/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    12. Deb O.
    The best thing about this place is the location: just  off St. George St. in the heart of the old quarter.  The staff was friendly and check-in was efficient.  The room we stayed in was very small and the bed was almost too firm for my tastes but we wanted the 2nd floor room with the 2-person whirlpool bath and that's what we got.

    We were there on a Sunday and Monday in the off-season so there weren't any other guests on the second floor.  They leave the doors to the other suites open when not occupied and that was nice.  We got to see what the other rooms were like.  Next time we might try a different one.

    What really made the stay here supreme and memorable were the breakfasts cooked and served to us by Listari.  Her chef skills are outstanding.  The food was impeccable.  She also had the right mix of professional distance and friendly, comfortable conversation.  It was really a great pleasure to meet her and eat the food she cooked which would not have been possible were it not for staying at this inn.

    All-in-all, I would absolutely recommend it.

    20/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    13. Glenda R.
    Inn Augustine, Saint Augustine

    Booked this beautiful B & B for my husbands birthday from July 27 - 29, 2014.  We wanted to experience something different and it was.  What an amazing place! The staff was amazing, professional, attentive and friendly.  

    We were guided to our room by Lisa.  She was awesome!!! Our room was great!! It was well appointed, comfortable, roomy and cozy.  We room was near the restaurant so we did hear music which was disclosed on the website.  

    Breakfast on the 28th of July was awesome!!! The chef was attentive and friendly. The portion was great, tasty and elegant.

    Breakfast on the 29th of July was out of this world!! The red velvet waffles were amazing.  The staff super friendly and attentive!!

    We left tips for the staff as they divided among all members.  

    The overall experience was outstanding.  

    Would we go back?? Yes!!!!!

    01/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    14. Ivy R.
    Worth the money, excellent customer service quaint great location enjoyed it here very much

    10/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    15. Aaron H.
    The Agustin Inn was one of our very first experiences with a B&B in Florida, and we weren't disappointed one bit.  Our room was the Duchess, so we had our own private side entrance to the building and never had to bother any of the staff members to let us in afterhours.  The elevator, however, did feel a bit squeeky going up.  

    The room looked gorgeous and the bed was very comfortable.  The whole set-up there romantic.  My only complaints...

    1) There were plumbing issues with one of the neighboring rooms, so part of the funky smell from next door would seep into our room at night.  Thankfully it wasn't horrible.  

    2) Parking was a bit of a hassle.  When we made our reservation via phone, nobody told us about the ticket-happy meter maids at the Agustin-assigned lot (which was muddy from the heavy rain we were having).  We had left our car there for only 10 minutes so we could check in... only to return to a $15 ticket.  Not the end of the world, but a heads-up would have been nice.    

    We had checked in on a Sunday, so the management was kind enough to give us a significant price break on a our second night.  Breakfast was fantastic (ham and eggs, fruit parfait), plus it was a nice perk to have access to free coffee, lemonade and cookies any time you want throughout the day.

    09/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    16. Matt W.
    My wife and I have stayed at this B&B 4 times and have loved everyone.  We have stayed at other B&Bs in St Augustine but this is simply the best.  It is the closest from all the shops, restaurants, bars, and tourist spots.  Breakfast is always wonderful and every room is different in a good way.  There are 18 rooms and we have stayed in 4 so far.  This is by far our favorite place to stay in all of our travels.

    06/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0