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The Saragossa Inn in Saint Augustine, FL

The Saragossa Inn in Saint Augustine, FL

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Rating: 4.22

Address: 34 Saragossa St, Saint Augustine, FL, 32084

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    Comments (9):

    1. M G.
    Off the beaten path so it's quiet, but still close enough to walk. We set my parents up here for a get-away weekend. The owner, Gibbs, was completely accommodating. My parents raved about the breakfast, and they're difficult to please, especially when it comes to others cooking. Great value too.

    28/02/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. James L.
    We stayed here for three nights and found it to be a great place to stay.  It was on a very quiet street that was convenient to the historical area--just a couple of blocks to the center of things.  The owner, Gibbs, was delightful and an excellent cook as well as a genial host.  Breakfast each morning was delicious though having the first sitting at 9:30 led to a later start each morning than we are used to.  Also, though it was not a problem for us, the 21 steps up to the breakfast room might be a problem for some folks.  The price was right which we discovered when we checked the price of a B&B a block away and found that the price was double that at the Saragossa Inn.  The ample parking in the rear was also appreciated.  The neighborhood was a nice place to walk at any time of day.  We would definitely return to the Saragossa Inn on future trips to St. Augustine.

    22/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Joshua S.
    What a wonderful experience. The rooms were beautiful and clean. Very private. The proprietors were very professional and welcoming. The brunch was EXCELLENT! Within walking distance to everything. Private off-street parking. I could go on and on. We will definitely be back, and soon.

    07/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Lars R.
    very cute, perfect food (especially our brunch) , more than friendly and helpful hosts

    only one little critic point, the room cleaning was not absolutely perfect...

    location is perfect, 2 minutes far away are the best restaurants of the town, "The Floridians" and "The Collage"...

    but we will come ever again...

    03/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Laura J.
    Checked into the Saragossa Inn at 3pm.  Noticed the A/C wasn't pulling humidity out of room.  A man was working outside so we asked his assistance.  I assume he was Gibbs but he never introduced himself.  Got the problem mostly fixed, still stuffy in the room but not intolerable.  Went to dinner and Nights of Lights.  Came back and was getting pajamas out of suitcase when something caught my eye.  A huge cockroach!!!  Three inches long.  Crawling down the fireplace.  It hit the floor with a thud and ran back into the fireplace.  If you see a roach with the lights on then they are plenty more when the lights are off.  We decided we couldn't sleep there and called Gibbs.  He told me it was probably a palmetto bug.  Being born and raised in Florida I know the difference.  But did it really matter?  Didn't want it crawling across my face at 2am.  He then said "we could leave" and he would refund our deposit.  I was shocked he offered no apology or to come spray or anything.  When I requested an apology he yelled at me "WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO DO".  He continued to yell and act uncivilized so I hung up on him.  It ruined our long weekend and we had to forfeit ghost tour tickets and plans with friends the next day but no apology.  The Inn would be lovely with a new owner and a regular pest control service.

    07/12/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    6. Zachary H.
    If, instead of a Yelp review, this was a conversation with one of my guy friends, I probably wouldn't describe this place as totally adorable. It is, mind you, but gushing about a romantic getaway weekend at a bed and breakfast that I'd also describe as "just lovely" wouldn't naturally weave itself into one of our discussion threads. Its cleanliness, reasonable price, and location would be (accurately) rattled off before moving on to topics of Breaking Bad or bourbon. Inanity rules the roost of guy conversations, I suppose.

    My girlfriend and I stayed in the Honeysuckle room, a name that has the distinction of being uncomfortable to mention to parents and guy friends alike. "Cozy" often gins up the more accurate "small," but the real estate agent language on Saragossa's web site is true: it was smaller, but the space we had was crafted to be distinct and unique. One of the chains may have offered a few more square feet, but the hospital room aesthetics of a Best Western fall hilariously short of lodging in a neighborhood you'd want to live in and a room you almost don't want to leave.

    Gibbs, the owner/innkeeper, worked small wonders in an equally small kitchen for a three course brunch that'd be worth a visit on its own merits. Unbeknownst to my guy friends, we're already planning a trip back.

    20/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Tiffany G.
    Stayed in the Tidewater room this past weekend for two nights. Two other couples that are friends stayed in the Homewood (2 bedroom).

    I was very pleased with The Saragossa Inn, the staff and the attention we received. Gibbs made a very nice exception and waived the two night minimum for our friends that were not able to stay a second night in Saint Augustine.

    Upon arrival, we were greeted by Cheri who was very cheery and welcoming. She offered tons of suggestions of places to try in the area and made herself readily available at all times. Our room (Tidewater) was located in the back of the inn and was perfect! It was clean, smelled so nice and the bed was very comfortable! As a guest at the inn, you are also served a very taste three course gourmet breakfast which is included in your stay.

    The inn is located about 3 blocks from St George Street making it a quick 5-10 minute walk away.

    I highly recommend this inn to couples and anyone looking for a nice place to stay when visiting Saint Augustine.

    21/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Debbie F.
    Tidewater room was my residence for 2 nights. My first time at a B&B so I was thrilled with the whole experience. I enjoy historic homes and this was a treat. The room was  good size, quiet, comfortable bed and views of the well -maintained gardens abound.  Excellent location to walk to shops and a wonderful breakfast brunch is served in the parlor. I highly recommend this to anyone who wants a peaceful retreat. Memories were made here..

    01/12/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. Brittany B.
    Our gorgeous king size bed sat on the left hand side of the quaint pink Saragossa inn. The room was tidy and smelled great. Breakfast was served in their beautiful dining room on the second in three courses. The staff was delightful and my we were able to walk literally 5 minutes to downtown Saint Augustine! We will be back!

    21/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0