This is a cute victorian house on a small partially industrial street within walking distance of the major tourist area of St. Augustine. The "suite" was just a some what cramped room with a small extra space by the door that fit a small cast iron outdoor bistro set and was the only sitting space other than the toilet. This was the last night of a 7 day vacation in Savannah & Orlando where we encountered super friendly staff everywhere we went so we were very surprised to receive a very cold and non responsive interaction with the inn keeper here. At one point we could clearly hear her speaking to other staff in the kitchen about how much she hated people from California (where she had lived) and the way they were "in your face rude", then she walked out to greet a young caucasian couple with a huge smile on her face and kind words of greeting, we were stunned and could not believe what we were seeing! Not once did she smile or say one kind word to us, even while she recommended restaurants for Dinner (after we asked) or when she greeted us at the front door. The Cheese Crepes and Turkey Sausage in the morning was tasty but delivered in the same cold manner with no smile or morning greeting at all. We travel the world and have been exposed to people of all cultures and walks of life so we are comfortable and enjoy having conversations with just about anyone when we feel like it is welcome and appreciated, this woman was anything but welcoming or conversational. We would never stay here again or suggest this B&B to anyone we know.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Inn is located in the very heart of the historic district and steps away from three of the most important landmarks in St. Augustine FL: the Alcazar Hotel, circa 1880 (now the Lightner Museum), the Ponce de Leon Hotel, circa 1888 (now Flagler College), and the Hotel Cordova, circa 1887 (now the Casa Monica Hotel). A two block stroll will take you to the Ancient City's center and Plaza de la Constitution. Retreat into our quiet neighborhood or walk downtown and bask in the city's vibrant nightlife. Guests enjoy the best of both worlds without sacrificing ease of access for quiet repose. Our lovely walled garden is the ultimate in romance. It features fountains and a cozy pergola with propane fire pit. ... more less
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