St. Augustine Guest House II

Our uptown guest house started welcoming visitors in October. We think you’ll love not only the house but the neighborhood as well.  It’s now ready with new furniture, new artsy decor, new beds and are decorating it so that you will feel the warmth as soon as you walk in the door.  New photos have been posted and we are adding new things all the time including the most amazing uplighting in the front, side and backyard.

The Space

The house is new for the area and it has been recently updated with the finest appointments — travertine floors, new carpet, new beds, furniture, artwork granite and quartz countertops and LED lighting. Private backyard too with a BBQ for outdoor grilling.

The house boasts high ceilings throughout, inset tray ceilings in living and dining areas, open kitchen, travertine floors, rounded walls & archways, & is tucked away on a private shaded street. corner lot with side entry garage.

The Location

The location is perfect. We’re in the historic district on a tree-lined, secret street just a few minutes walk from downtown and all the sights and so close to the Bayfront and Francis Field. The guest house is the perfect spot for enjoying all that St. Augustine has to offer.

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.