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Bringing your pet with you on your vacation to Saint Augustine has never been easier. There is so much to do and see with all of the Pet Friendly Bed and Breakfast Inns, restaurants, tours and attractions. Not to mention the beaches and dog parks that are available in our city. Saint Augustine is fast becoming one of the Best Pet Friendly Vacation Spots in Florida! We’d like to introduce you to some of our favorites and we hope that when you are staying with us, you will let us know if you find any others.

Pet Friendly Bed And Breakfast Inns

If you are looking for Pet Friendly Accommodations in Saint Augustine, here are our recommendations.

Agustin Inn –Their pet friendly room is located on the first floor with a separate entrance and hard wood floors. There is a $35 pet fee. Call the Innkeeper for availability and other questions.

Alexander Homestead – There is a $29 pet fee. Call the Innkeeper for availability and policy restrictions.

At Journey’s End –Small pets only. Call the Innkeeper for availability and policy restrictions.

Bayfront Marin House –An extra pet fee may apply. Call the Innkeeper for availability and policy restrictions.

Casa de Solana – There is a flat $50 pet cleaning fee for your visit. They have no size or weight restrictions. Call the Innkeeper for availability and policy restrictions.

Castle Garden – This inn offers a room with a separate entrance. There is a $25 pet fee. Call the Innkeeper for availability and policy restrictions.

Casa de Solana – There is a flat $50 pet cleaning fee for your visit. They have no size or weight restrictions. Call the Innkeeper for availability and policy restrictions.

Kenwood Inn –This Bed and Breakfast has a few pet friendly rooms available. There is a $35 pet fee. Call the Innkeeper for availability and policy restrictions.

Old City House Inn –Pets stay for free.  A $50 refundable cash deposit is also required at check-in. Call the Innkeeper for availability and policy restrictions.

Peace and Plenty Inn – Pet friendly rooms are available. An extra pet fee may apply. Call the Innkeeper for availability and policy restrictions.

St. Francis Inn – This inn accepts small well-mannered pets on a limited basis in certain rooms/suites by advance reservations only. Call the Innkeeper for availability and policy restrictions.

The Saragosa Inn – No size or weight restriction for your pet. Pet fee is based on pet size.  $30 – $60 one time fee for entire visit. Call the Innkeeper for availability and policy restrictions.

Pet Friendly Restaurants

Now that you’ve found a great place to stay with your pet, you’ll want to find a great place for lunch or dinner. Here is a list of our favorite pet friendly restaurants around St Augustine. For more information about these and other restaurants be sure to check with your innkeeper.

The Barley Republic – Traditional Irish cuisine. Dogs are allowed on the outside patio area.

Cellar 6 – Tapas. Pets are allowed in the outdoor seating area.

The Chianti Room – Traditional Italian cuisine. Dogs are allowed in the outside covered seating area.

Florida Cracker Café – Located on St George Street. Salads, seafood and sandwiches.

The Floridian’s Florida Room – Located on Cordova Street behind the Floridian. Regionally-authentic, fresh from the source cuisine. Dogs are allowed in the outdoor seating area.

Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grille – Cajun and Seafood selections. Dogs are allowed in the patio area.

La Herencia – Cuban Cuisine. Pets are allowed in the outdoor seating area.

La Pentola – Mediterranean Italian. Pets are allowed in the outdoor seating area.

Meehan’s Backyard Island Cafe – Seafood and other Caribbean delights. Dogs are allowed in the patio area.

Mi Casa Café – Salads and sandwiches. Pets are allowed in the outdoor seating area.

MoJo Barbeque – Smoked barbequed Chicken, Pork and Beef. Pets are allowed in the outdoor seating area.

O.C. White’s – Seafood and other selections. Pets are allowed in the outdoor seating area.

Old City House Restaurant – Unique local food options. Outdoor patio seating is pet friendly.

Taberna del Caballo – Spanish flavor. Outdoor patio seating is pet friendly.

Pet Friendly Things To Do

Here you’ll find Pet Friendly Attractions, Tours and Dog Parks in St Augustine.

The Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park – A great way to learn about the origins of the city.  http://www.fountainofyouthflorida.com/

St Augustine Eco Tours– Call for more information about Sailing and Dolphin, birding and nature tours. 904-377-7245 http://www.staugustineecotours.com/

St Augustine Historic Walking Tours – Bring your pet along for their weekly Bone Apetit – A Pet Friendly Food Tour and The St. Augustine Pup Crawl – A Pet Friendly Historic Pub Crawl. Both of these tours benefit Ayla’s Acres, A No Kill Animal Shelter. Check their website for more information. http://www.StAugustineHistoricTours.com

The Colonial Quarter – Located in the heart of the historic district.  A living history museum.  http://www.colonialquarter.com

St Augustine City Walks – Check their website for their once a month free hour long Pet Walk through the Plaza area. Check their website for exact dates. http://www.StAugCityWalks.com

Castillo de San MarcosPets are not allowed inside the structure of the Castillo de San Marcos though they are allowed in the exterior areas of the park. Pets must be kept on a leash.

St Augustine Lighthouse – Pets are also allowed on the grounds here as well.

Fort Matanzas National Monument just south of town also allows leashed pets on the grounds.

Paws Dog Park  – Treaty Park Complex – 1595 Wildwood Drive

Davis Park – 210 Davis Park Road, Ponte Vedra Beach

Paws Dog Park – Ron Parker Park – Old Beach Road, St Augustine Beach

Leashed pets are allowed on all of our beaches except Anastasia Island State Park. The state park is pet friendly but no dogs are allowed in the beach area. We hope that this list has helped you to plan a fantastic pet friendly vacation and we look forward to seeing you in St. Augustine very soon.

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