I spent at least a few weeks trying to pick out the perfect B&B for our trip to St. Augustine. My husband and I had never stayed in one before and we heard that if we stayed in St. Augustine we simply had to stay in a B&B. I decided finally on the Inn on Charlotte and chose to stay in the Maria Andreu's Haven room (located on the 2nd floor). I chose this room because the room had access to a porch in the front overlooking the street below (the porch is shared with one other room, but we hardly ever saw those guests). When we arrived, the historical home was beautiful! The foliage was superb and the cobblestone narrow street the home was facing was very nice. There was a driveway located beside the Inn where we could park our car for 5 minutes and unload the car (the staff helped us). The actual parking was located behind the Inn. However, there is a restaurant directly behind the restaurant, so the parking is on the other side of the restaurant. It was a very short walk. Each guest has their own assigned parking spot too. The home was located a few blocks away from a busy street and St. George Street (the walking pedestrian mall), so the only real noise we heard was from people walking by. There is a small cafe located across the street where one man with a guitar plays every night, but he always stopped playing at 10pm. That was perfect for us because we were just getting back from walking around. The evening snacks and drinks were nice too. We were able to mingle with some of the other guests and find out a little about them. Breakfast was exquisite. It was so nice to be served breakfast on fine china. Each morning, after everyone was seated, a mixture of assorted fruits and yogurt were brought out. The orange juice was freshly squeezed. Mimosas were also served upon request. Breakfast on both days we were there was different. It was all so perfect. We are going to start a tradition and go back to the Inn every year. We can't wait!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An 'Adults Only' Inn that ranks in the Top 5 because of our, clean rooms, great breakfasts, and the Inn's super location. It was built in 1918 so she is an elegant Edwardian bed and breakfast in the heart of the nation's oldest city. We are just steps from the bay front on a brick-lined street. The home has been lovingly restored to reflect its original grandeur and is carefully decorated with antique furnishings and accessories. As a bed and breakfast since 1993, the Inn on Charlotte has become known for its Southern hospitality which, of course, means relaxation and comfort for you. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Inn On Charlotte Hotel Saint Augustine