Florida House Inn

22 South 3rd Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
904-491-3322   |   Visit Website

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. Built in 1857, the Inn was originally constructed as a railroad boarding house. It has since been restored into an eclectic mix of vintage charm and southern hospitality making the Inn a very unique bed and breakfast. Just steps away from live nightly entertainment!

The inn offers 17 guest rooms, an English style pub, a parlor room, private breakfast room, seating for 75 in the dining room, large wrap around porches, private parking and a beautifully landscaped garden and courtyard. Also specialize in private events, weddings, family style dinners, conferences and other special events.
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333 Reviews

Oct 11, 2021 by 632mistyp


The rooms were hot in October. A/C did not cool well. Window didn’t lock. Breakfast was at 9 but only saw breakfast items like continental breakfast. So we ate breakfast else where. Not what we...

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Aug 29, 2021 by FGBFlorida


This charming old inn is in desperate need of renovations. The management told us this was going to happen, but it was not soon enough for us. We left after one night. The rooms smelled musty, were...

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Aug 08, 2021 by Jtwo7375

Fear the Green Turtle!!!

Went on a short getaway with a group of friends. We got one of the last rooms available, so I was okay with the tiny room we were given. Almost immediately after we checked in, the band started...

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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.