About The Guest House
You will love the historic downtown location of the St. Augustine Guest House, 1 block off of St. George Street, as well as the artsy, fun and playful home decor. Have a drink sitting on our L-shaped front porch and listen to live music or simply hang out and people watch below on Hypolita Street. The bedrooms are in the back of the house and the kitchen has all equipment you’ll need if you choose to eat in instead of walking to the fine restaurants around us. Bring your car as we have a prime parking space!
We’ve got 2 floors of living space, 2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, over 1,400 square feet. The kitchen is fully-equipped and the Guest House has been decorated to be fun, artsy and warm with a few Sticks pieces including the kitchen table, custom headboards by Shoestring Creations, bedding by Mackenzie-Childs, and Anthropologie. We even have a desk set up in the loft if you have some work to do or want to print your boarding passes. There is so much to do outside but you may never want to leave the comfort of the St. Augustine Guest House.
We knew it when we saw it. The location is perfect and so close to everything. We are in between the Collage Restaurant, voted again one of the Top 100 restaurants in the US, and one of Florida’s top 10 bars Dos Gatos which is next door to an old favorite Scarlet O’Hara’s. We are right above the Gifted Cork so we never run out of wine and bagels and biscuits are a stone’s throw away.
The location is truly in the ‘heart’ of downtown St. Augustine meaning you can walk to everything. If you do need to hop in your car, we have a reserved parking space right outside the unit. Hop in and be at the beach in five minutes or to other nearby attractions including Serenata Beach Resort.
St. Augustine, FL
St. Augustine’s rich heritage makes the city and its surroundings a unique getaway for visitors. Founded in September 1565 by Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles of Spain, St. Augustine is the longest continually inhabited European-founded city in the United States – more commonly called the “Nation’s Oldest City.” Visit St. Augustine and dive into more than four centuries of history that owes much to the Spanish and English, to Greeks and Native Americans and African Americans. Stroll the narrow lanes, enter the many museums, visit landmarks such as Castillo de San Marcos, Ponce de Leon’s “Fountain of Youth,” and the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse. St. Augustine – a place for history buffs and everyone else.