Pet Friendly Bed and Breakfasts in St. Augustine

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Bed and Breakfasts in St. Augustine for You and Your Pet St. Augustine is often referred to as the Nation’s Oldest City, one of the most walkable cities in the United States, and at times one of the most romantic places in Florida. But did you know that St. Augustine is also an...

St. Augustine Historic Inns Presents Check to Lightner Museum

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St. Augustine Historic Inns (SAHI) presented a check for more than $7000 to Megan Mosley representing the Lightner Museum on May 6, 2019, to sponsor the restoration of an artifact. A stained glass piece was selected that will be stunning when it is completed in the next two...

Exploring St. Augustine Art Galleries

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St. Augustine is a melting pot of both local and national artists and their artwork. While a handful of artists are inspired by our Intracoastal ways and historical landmarks, others recognize the old city as the perfect place to showcase their art. Proof of this is evident in...

Kid-Friendly Bed and Breakfasts in St. Augustine

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The St. Augustine Historic Inns have several kid-friendly bed and breakfasts which can accommodate families of all sizes. Our inns want you and your children to feel right at home in the Nation’s Oldest City. While some inns are more suited for older children, many inns are...

CITY BISTRO – New Hours

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City Bistro is now open for dinner! Their new hours are Monday – Saturday: 7am-9pm and Sunday: 8am-8pm. 1280 N. Ponce DeLeon Blvd, St. Augustine 32084   904-209-6810

Ongoing Events in St. Augustine, Florida

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Year-Round Ongoing Events in St. Augustine Gamble Jam Session In remembrance of James Gambler Roger IV, musicians of all skill levels jam out to different songs. Those just wanting to listen are encouraged to come as well! When: The second and fourth Saturday of every month, from...

A Guide to Seafood in St. Augustine

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The perks of coastal living and vacationing go beyond the luxuries of powdery sand and endless ocean activities. In fact, St. Augustine seafood restaurants are one of the greatest reasons to visit. Spanish architecture, centuries of history, and attractions aside, the city boasts...

Honeymoon Rooms with Great Views

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St. Augustine’s bayfront location, wondrous architecture, and beautiful beaches often beckon lovers to the area. By day, couples soak up the sun while overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and by night they stroll through ancient cobblestone streets. What’s more, St. Augustine doesn’t...

Events for Food Lovers

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Reading About These St. Augustine Food Events Will Make You Hungry Datil Pepper Festival When: This event normally takes place on the first weekend of October. Check the event’s website for this year’s dates. About: St. Auggie’s and frequenters of the city know...

State Parks and Forests Near St. Augustine Historic Inns

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State Parks Near St. Augustine, Florida From bountiful romantic rooms to deep-rooted history to dozens of attractions, there are many reasons to visit the Nation’s Oldest City. But if adventure is what you seek, rest assured that you’ll find many state parks near St. Augustine,...

Historic Streets in St. Augustine

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Historic Streets in St. Augustine It seems around every corner of St. Augustine is a historical site with a plausible folk tale and an extensive history waiting to be discovered. From civil rights monuments to century-old Historic Inns to haunted pubs to infamous hotels and of...

Five Romantic Rooms of the Historic Inns

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Romantic Rooms of the St. Augustine Historic Inns From the salty scent of Matanzas Bay to the clip-clop of hooves, the Nation’s Oldest City is an enchanting escape for lovers. Additionally, there are no shortages of romantic places to stay in St. Augustine. After meandering...