Florida House Inn

22 South 3rd Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
904-491-3322   |   http://www.floridahouseinn.com/

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About Florida House Inn

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.

Room Information

$130.00 - $250.00

17

Historic District

Daily

Credit Card

Cable TV, High Speed Internet, Wifi

Facilities

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

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311 Reviews

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Jul 16, 2019 by kennethv667

Mid 1800's building

Historic inn located in Fernandina Beach Florida. Forgive me for not remembering her name but the young lady who handled my check in and cooked and served my breakfast the next morning was just...

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Jul 14, 2019 by Pam B

Great location, but that's about it....

Lackadaisical service at check-in: didn't bother to tell us we'd be ticketed for parking on the street for more than 3 hours. Told us we should read the sheet she gave us; we found that they had a...

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Jun 23, 2019 by TheSpicyPeach

Interesting with lots of charm and character

This Inn is so interesting! Wood and fabric and rugs and vintage furniture keep the feel of the time... with many of the amenities of current times. Wifi was easy, the rooms are comfortable and...

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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.