Florida House Inn

22 South 3rd Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Phone: 904-479-4818
Website: http://www.floridahouseinn.com/

Bed & Breakfasts Historic District $$

The Florida House Inn is located in the very heart of Fernandina Beach and is the oldest surviving hotel in the state of Florida. She serves as the matriarch of the historic district of Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

The inn offers 16 guest rooms, an English style pub, a parlor room, private breakfast room, seating for 75 in the dining room, large wrap around porches and a beautifully landscaped garden and courtyard.

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$130.00 - $250.00

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Historic District

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Cable TV, High Speed Internet, Wifi

Bar/Lounge, Hot Tub, Restaurants Nearby, Shopping Nearby, Wheelchair Accessible, Wifi

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Mar 02, 2017 by jonih951

Key West without the drunks!

Charming B&B with lots of room choices, courtyard and inviting front porch. The Florida House and Green Turtle next door appear as if they were plucked out of key West and deposited onto Amelia...

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Feb 21, 2017 by jerry t

Great value B n B

Bang for the buck - Florida House Inn is the best place to stay in downtown Fernandina. It's not near the beach, so if you are looking for a beach getaway I would recommend booking on the east side...

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Feb 16, 2017 by FloridaNative59

The Staff is great but.....

My husband and I stayed at Florida House Inn as an early Valentine's Day retreat. This was our second stay and sad to say, we were disappointed this time. Our mattress was much harder than the one we...

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About Amelia Island

Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.