St. Francis Inn
279 St. George StreetCome visit the past! Built in 1791, the St. Francis Inn is a collection of fragrant courtyards, quiet balconies, charming guestrooms and warm, welcoming hospitality. Refresh yourself in our walled swimming pool, or use one of our complimentary bikes to visit one of our beautiful beaches. Explore our country's oldest city or simply refresh yourself in our lush Spanish garden. Share a glass of wine or light appetizers with new friends at our evening social hour before you venture out for dinner or a leisurely stroll through the old city. When you return to your room, indulge yourself in amenities which may include a Jacuzzi, fireplace or private balcony. Awake to the aroma of a generous homestyle breakfast. Complimentary passes to lighthouse, half-price admission to the Oldest House Museum.
St. Augustine, FL 32084
St. Augustine, FL 32084
Each room or suite at St. Francis Inn is unique. All have private baths, antiques or reproduction furniture, central heat and air-conditioning, telephones, queen- or king-sized beds, and color cable TV. Several have fireplaces, kitchenettes, and spacious whirlpool tubs. Many rooms also have a refrigerator. Our suites have queen-sized sleeper sofas in the sitting rooms. "The Cottage" is ideal for a family or for two couples.
A buffet breakfast always including two hot homemade entrees, freshly baked pastries and breads, fresh fruit, special blend Inn coffees and assorted teas, fresh juices, granola, cereals, yogurt, and a full serving of Inn hospitality. Breakfast is served 7:30-10:00am at St. Francis Inn and 8:00-10:00am at Casa de Solana Guests may enjoy breakfast in the Inn's dining room, in your own guest room, on a balcony, or in our courtyard.
St Francis Inn is in the Historic Old City district of St. Augustine, Florida -- our nation's oldest continuously settled city. The city reflects its Spanish heritage, dating back to 1565, with its central plaza, tile roofs, and native coquina-stone buildings. The Castillo de San Marcos -- St. Augustine's historic bayfront fort -- offers a unique look at the past. A 20-year period of British rule greatly affected the look of St. Augustine today, as the British settlers added wood clapboard second floors to the existing Spanish homes, with balconies overhanging the roads.