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Company Info: Rating: 4.86
Address: 11 Cadiz St, Saint Augustine, FL, 32084 Hotels in Saint Augustine, FL Bed & Breakfast in Saint Augustine, FL
1. Marshall R.
We really enjoyed our stay here. This is a well located Bed & Breakfast close to everything. Our room was very nice, clean and comfortable. The other folks staying there were very pleasant. The innkeepers were really helpful and gave us a good idea where everything was and what we could do. The breakfasts were good, and the inn keepers were attentive to special dietary needs. I would recommend this place and stay here again.
20/03/12 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
2. Patty W.
I love this bed and breakfast place. It's close by everything and it accomodated the room that we wanted. We were able to get a room with a king size bed, jacuzzi, and a outside balcony. The innkeepers were so wonderful and the breakfast was too die for. One of the mornings, I had the casserole, which consisted of eggs, bacon, cheese, and chopped onions in it. It was perfection! The room was very kept up and it was very private. We had a very nice view of the street and the level of expectations was exceeded. We will definitely return here in the future!
16/08/10 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
3. Agustina P.
Loved, loved, loved this B&B! It's perfectly located - close enough to walk everywhere, but far enough to get some peace and quiet. The rooms are very well kept and the decor is just divine. The staff is very kind and helpful too.
06/01/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
4. Ryan H.
Amazing bed and breakfast. Anthony and Marilyn are very friendly and helpful owners, breakfast was fantastic (very filling, perfect portion sizes), and the location was beyond convenient, not having to drive or pay for parking in St. Augustine alone was worth it, which is not to say that their rates aren't competitive with other B&Bs in the area, they definitely are. The place itself, from the dining and living rooms to the bedrooms are huge, the most spacious B&B we've ever stayed in. We will definitely be making this our regular stay when we're in town.
26/07/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
5. R. M.
In a nutshell: Location is awesome, Hosts are wonderful, Rooms are luxurious and quiet, Food is delicious, they have some Parking on location, and Prices are excellent.
Looking for a PHENOMENAL place to stay while visiting St Augustine? You found it! First, they are located on a quiet little side street about two blocks from the town square. This means a quick walk and you are in the middle of everything, but when it's time for bed you are not hearing anything. LOCATION is excellent.
Now. You walk up to the main entry - they have parking right there (this is a convenience not many others offer...) - and Marilyn or Anthony greet you warmly. I felt like a guest in their home. Nice! Marilyn sat down with us and a map and marked good places to see, eat, etc. We were able to pick her brain about good places that suited our personal tastes - a very sweet woman and easy to talk to! Afterwards, she escorted us to our room... We stayed in The Colonial Room... A private enterence, king size bed, and private bath with a shower that fits 2 comfortably. That, with an electric fireplace and fantastically comfy bedding made it hard to drag ourselves out to explorer the town! In the evening there is a social hour if you are inclined, and breakfast... Wow. THE FOOD!! Family style setting for breakfast where this food is served to you... I'm a pretty picky eater. This food was... DELICIOUS!
We will be going back. St Augustine could have been boring (it was not) and we would still go back simply to enjoy another stay here. Thank you for an unforgettable visit Marilyn and Anthony!!
23/11/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
6. Eric T.
Our first bed and breakfast experience and couldn't think of a better town for it. It's located right off the oldest road in the US and in the heart of the historic district. Walking distance for everything including a great selection of bars and restaurants. The inn keepers are great too. Easy to talk to, and even offered a personal cell phone number for after hours. Offered to make dinner reservations and park our car in their private lot which is a couple of blocks away. All around good people that know how to make you feel comfortable.
The B&B is an older house as I'm sure all the other B&B in the area are. However it's extremely nice and clean, and spacious. The front porch was perfect for a glass of wine and a cigar at the end of the night. You can enjoy watching the horse carriages stroll by throughout the night. Our room was Serenity which is at the end of the hall which has a door that opens up to a little hallway with the door to our room and private bathroom. The bathroom has an old style tub / shower, which makes it a little tight but shower curtains were clean so it wasn't a problem for us. Great decor in the room and bathroom, very vintage feel but it's a fresh clean vintage, which usually doesn't go hand and hand. Bath salts, custom soap and shampoo which I believe was Green Tea scented were also nice touches, and it smelled great!
The bed was extremely comfortable so much so that we missed breakfast 2 of the 3 nights we stayed there, the wine bar down the street might have played a factor in that too. Warm cookies, snack size chips, house wine, water, and canned soda is provided for free in the lobby, also coffee in the morning if you miss breakfast and they had flavored tea packages available too if that's your thing. Breakfast on final morning was amazing, we kicked ourselves for not waking up in them the other mornings. The dinning room has one large table and I believe two or three smaller tables, spacious enough to keep to yourself or include yourself in conversation with others.
All in all, it's a great visit, the only thing I would change for our next visit is selecting the room with the upstairs balcony attached to it, just to enjoy the view and bird eye view of people watching while having my cigar at night.
There's no doubt that if we are back in town or know of friends or family visiting the area, we will definitely recommend this B&B, it's a great spot to relax and unwind Highly recommended.
13/10/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
7. Jane R.
My spouse and I stayed here last Saturday night, and we wished we had time to stay longer! The room was beautifully decorated and cozy, everyone was super nice, breakfast was DELICIOUS, and the location was AWESOME. Since parking is limited in this old city, there are only a couple of parking spots right in front of the B&B, and everyone else uses a free lot a couple of blocks away. When we arrived and departed, the owner offered to park/pick-up our car from the lot. We didn't mind having our car parked 5 min away, because we were able to walk everywhere anyway during our stay. In the evening around 5 the B&B offers free amaretto, wine, and cookies or brownies in the common area. There is always other refreshments (soda, tea, water) available as well. Even though we were walking distance from bars and restaurants, it was very quiet at night and we had no trouble sleeping, even though it was a busy Saturday night. Breakfast consisted of yogurt, fruit & granola as a start, then homemade quiche and a chocolate chip muffin. After breakfast, we explored the side-streets nearby and took pictures of the old buildings in the early morning light before everything got busy - it was nice being right in the middle of old St. Augustine. Everything was wonderful! Would definitely recommend this B&B!
08/01/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0