44 Spanish Street - St. Augustine Bed and Breakfast - St. Augustine Fl  

Festival Season is Here!
02.22.14 04:53 PM

What a great time to visit St. Augustine...The Annual Celtic Festival is March 7-9, to include the St Patrick's Day Parade on that Saturday morning.www.celtic-staugustine.com

The Annual Seafood Festival is March... click here for more

Spanish Street is the perfect location in the heart of the historic district downtown, walking distance to everything St. Augustine has to offer! The evening air is filled with aromas from the many area restaurants, along with relaxing music from neighboring pubs and cafes. Guests of the inn enjoy year round people watching from front and rear 2nd floor terraces, along with vintage bricked courtyards and gardens with seating.

44 Spanish Street is a restored boarding house from 1924 and features an eclectic Old Florida feel, with iron beds, wicker and antiques, and a casual atmosphere. All rooms are equipped with ceiling fans, heat and AC, secure wireless internet, and flat screen TVs. Each room has its own private bathroom, most with either single or double Jacuzzi tubs and showers. Hairdryers, irons with boards, and complimentary beverage service and ice is available daily, along with access to mini fridge and microwave.

A generous full breakfast is served each morning in the large, light and bright dining room, and outdoor dining is also available in the vintage bricked courtyard and gardens.

We provide free secure parking in a permit-holder lot on Spanish Street, about half a block north of the inn. You can unload your luggage at our front door, park your car in the lot, and enjoy your stay!

Relax at your own pace and enjoy the privacy of your own space. We look forward to welcoming you to 44 Spanish Street!

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact us at 904.826.0650 or 800.521.0722, email us, or use our online request form.

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