Very nice B&B. Great breakfast and wonderful location
Their hot breakfast which is complimentary really takes them a notch higher. The staff is friendly and courteous and help you will all things you need. The rooms are clean and spacious and their pet designated area is well maintained. They also offer complimentary shuttle to most places around the ...
I liked everything. The stay was close to shopping areas and restaurants.
Nice hotel, friendly staff, comfort suite but need to be more clean.
Very nice place to stay 20 min from thr historical places
Location was great I like the hotel the beach was beautiful
This property is exactly what you would expect for the price. The room was clean and the staff was exceptionally helpful. The pool is immaculate. Perfect home base for our adventures in St. Augustine.
Great Service ! Thanks a lot !!! we will come back again !!!
The room was cleans, the breakdast was a step up from a continental breakfast, the eggs and sausage patties were good and the hostess made excwllent waffles. Beach access was a short walk down a very nice boardwalk and make sure you get a taco from the nearby Burritto Works!
St. Augustine in Florida is a great place to take your pet both for a short weekend away or a longer vacation. Except for Anastasia State Park, all of its white sandy beaches are dog friendly and there are even a few visitor activities you can bring your pet along to.
At the Fountain of Youth Archeological Park, you can learn all about the history of St. Augustine. This is where the city was founded in 1565. Therefore, there is plenty to see and do around here. Afterwards, visit the Blacksmith Exhibition, wander through the Timucuan Village, and climb the Spanish Watchtower. The best part of it all? You can do it all with your four-legged friend.
In case you still need to crank up your daily dose of history, take your pet to the Spanish Military Hospital, where it is welcome to join the guided tour while you learn about 18th-century Spanish medicine. If you rather stay outside, then the Ghostly Encounter tour is a good option. It takes you along historic cemeteries and haunted buildings. For foodies, the Bone Appetit food tour is a must. This tour caters specifically to pet owners by including some pet-friendly foodie stops and paying attention to the role animals played in the colonization of St. Augustine.
You can even take your pet on the water in St. Augustine. Rent a kayak or go on a dolphin spotting tour with St. Augustine Eco-Tours. Just make sure to call ahead to let them know that you are bringing your pet. While you cannot take your pet to the Anastasia State Park Beach, it is welcome on the park’s trails and campground if you keep it on a leash of no more than six feet. Lastly, should you just want to let your dog play for a while, there is a dog park to be found both at Treaty Park and Ron Parker Park.