Fairbanks House

227 South 7th Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
904-277-0500   |   Visit Website

About Fairbanks House

On one manicured acre, the four-story Italianate-style villa is graced with dormers, bay windows, massive chimneys and balustrade balconies and porches and a fifteen-foot tower. Each of the twelve guest rooms, suites, and cottages offers splendor, comfort, and private baths. Guests will find queen and king size, canopy or four-poster beds, fireplaces and luxurious bathrooms with choice of Jacuzzis, claw-foot tub, or shower. The rooms are appointed with antiques, oriental rugs, and period pieces to create a special sanctuary for every guest. Cable television and telephones are provided in each room. Guests may also choose to enjoy the genteel country charm of one of the three cottages.
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Dec 19, 2022 by Almostretired1960

Amazing Trip at The Fairbanks House for “Dickens on Centre”

My girlfriend and I stayed at the Fairbanks House while enjoying “ Dickens on Centre” this year. This is an amazing B&B…. The breakfasts were 2 courses and they did sweet one day and savory the...

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Dec 10, 2022 by elizabethpU4352JL

Magestic

The Fairbanks House stands handsomely surrounded by impressive oak and magnolia trees on the corner of Cedar and S 7th Street in Amelia Island. We parked in its spacious and accessible parking lot...

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Nov 08, 2022 by GEORGE H

Wonderful Getaway

Pillows were excellent the room was large and comfortable. It was very easy to navigate around town and most places were within walking distance. The evening hours at FB were very nice and all the...

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