Nestled between the Bayfront and St. George Street on quaint cobblestone Cuna Street is Agustin Inn. Our guests enjoy a central location walking distance to fabulous restaurants, unique shopping, happening night spots and historic attractions. The car will seem obsolete as it sits untouched in our free parking lot during your stay. In the morning our guests are treated to a two course, sit-down breakfast. Our unique gourmet selections are designed around fresh and local ingredients. Locally roasted coffee is available throughout the day along with homemade sweets. Agustin Inn has 18 unique guest suites. Each room has a private modern bathroom, 17 have whirlpool tubs. Four rooms have private balconies and the rest of the rooms have access to our gardens and terraces. Our King and Queen beds are luxuriously appointed with 100% cotton sheets. For your comfort, ample towels, soft robes, aromatic lavender soap and shampoo, ceiling fans and cable television are included. Refrigerators and DVD players are available upon request. An elevator services all three floors so each room is easily accessible.
1.0 on August 08, 2014
After reading such positive reviews (which I'm starting to question the credibility of), I can't overstate how disappointed and shocked my husband and I were by our stay at the Agustin Inn. First off, we're pretty easygoing and I've never written a negative online review - ever - but I feel obligated to share our experience so others don't end up like we did. Not only were we LOCKED OUT of this inn that they leave completely unstaffed at night in 95-degree heat, unable to get anyone to answer our phone calls over numerous attempts, but after finally being let in had to sleep with BED BUGS that literally ate us alive all night. On top of that, the breakfast that came at the end of this sleepless night (that, as no exaggeration, bordered on sheer torture) was completely tasteless and no one there so much as gave a simple smile or even bothered to introduce themselves. The only two people who spoke to us were, to put it mildly, cold and inattentive. Like nothing I've ever seen in decades of vacationing, and certainly nothing you'd expect from what seems online like a nice B&B. Please save yourself the frustration and stay somewhere clean and friendly that actually cares about you as a customer.
4.6 on March 03, 2014
My husband and I just spent the weekend at the Inn to celebrate my birthday and wedding anniversary. We have been dying to stay at a Bed & Breakfast for a long time and I found Agustin Inn. I was very lucky I found availability at this Inn. The staff is very friendly and attentive to all the guests needs. Our room was lovely and very clean. The best thing about it is the location and the atmosphere. Only one thing which was a bit annoying was the cable television because the picture kept freezing constantly. This is something that the Inn management needs to look into. Other than the cable issue, we loved it and are planning on returning in December. Thank you Megan and the staff. From two happy guests, Mildred and Frank
5 on April 21, 2013
4.8 on April 19, 2013
We stayed a three day weekend at Augustin Inn and did not want to leave. We battled a bit with mother nature but the ladies at the b&b did their best to accommodate us and provide umbrellas for our travels. We stayed on the back side and did not have an issue with the live music at all. Both Saturday and Sunday night you couldn't hear much after ten from our room. The location was perfect, walking distance from everything yet hidden from all the traffic on the main street. We loved the home like feeling and breakfast was amazing. The one and only issue we seemed to find was the smoke alarm went off both both nights during a shower.. Eventually we came to our senses and put the ceiling fan on to eliminate the problem. We would like to thank all the girls, you had great service. :) The stay in the b&b was delightful. However, the women at the art studio right across not as pleasant. She did not have a very inviting personality and its a shame to see when you are on vacation.
3.8 on January 13, 2013
We stayed here for our babymoon trip and loved it. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was always filling and yummy. They easily made some substitutions to honor our dietary preferences. In the afternoon, we enjoyed complimentary hot chocolate and a pastry. At bedtime, there was hot tea and then off to soak in our jacuzzi. Yes, there was some neighborhood 'noise' on Friday night -- it's also known as live music ;] We didn't mind because we wanted to be close to all the excitement. The location was perfect for walking to all the best food, shopping and art galleries. The free parking is a bonus when you see what other places charge for daily or hourly parking too.
4.8 on December 14, 2012
This was a great experience. Augustin Inn has a great location, excellent service and dining,and the balcony in the Camelot room is perfect for morning coffee or an afternoon refreshment.
3.8 on November 19, 2012
We had booked our stay for a weekend to attend a St. Augustine wedding and we had a wonderful stay at Augustin Inn. The best parts (in no particular order) were location, atmosphere, great breakfast, and the friendly staff. I'm so glad to have found this B&B because it all worked out so well. Parking and navigating was a little confusing in an unfamiliar place when we first arrived, but once we called and had the instructions, we were able to park the car, leave it there and walk anywhere we needed to go. The 2 course breakfasts were amazing and we found that we didn't need lunch because the meal was so hardy! I wouldn't mind knowing the recipes too. One afternoon we enjoyed taking a break from sight seeing by sitting on the inn's front porch, sipping water and taking in the beautiful day. We would definitely like to come back to St. Augustine for another weekend visit and the Augustine Inn was a perfect place to stay with reasonable rates. We would recommend staying here to anyone looking for a B&B in St. Augustine. We also came in the Fall when the weather is beautiful, which is an added bonus!
3.8 on September 23, 2012
Visited St. Agustin for a one night stay. The service overall was very accomodating in every aspect and the personnel was cheerful, kind and courteous. The inn could not be more centralized within Old St. Augustine and most everything was at walking distance, if not a taxi drive would take you there within five minutes. The breakfast was just delightful, I was totally impressed with their cold melon soup, very refreshing and light, as a starter. The room was not majestic and definitely small, but for me, it was just right since I was traveling solo. Now proportionately to the room the bathroom was a normal size with plenty of room. Overall everything was clean and orderly, quaint, charming with an old fashioned decor fitting to Old St. Augustine. Would stay there again anytime and recommend it highly.
4.8 on September 16, 2012
I have traveled extensively and stayed in some first-class B&B's, so I feel like I know what it takes to run an outstanding Inn. From my experience there and the room we had, The Agustin is as good as it gets! G. Bond
3.6 on September 02, 2012
We initially booked Nottingham. Upon arrival, the room was very small, and the balcony opened to parking lot, and directly below was the garbage dump & grill of a cafe. We asked to switch to a room across the hall which didn't have a balcony, but was much roomier. We were glad they allowed the switch. The breakfast was wonderful both days, and so were the yummy snacks in the afternoon.
Nation's Oldest City, Bay Front, St. George Street, Historic Downtown, Visitor Center, Castillo de San Marcos, Beachside, Downtown, Oceanside, Small town, Tropical, Village
Jacksonville, FL (JAX) 40 miles
Take Duval Road East to I-95 South take exit 318 to SR 16 (East) to US-1. Turn right on US-1 South, continue approx. 2 miles, turn left on Castillo Drive, then right on Avenida Menendez. Continue past the Castillo de San Marcos, turn right on Charlotte Street and immediate right on Cuna Street. Continue on Cuna until the dead end at St. George Street. Agustin Inn will be on your left.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
CD player, DVD Player, Private entrance, Telephone, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Water sports
Darlene J. Armstrong
English, French, German, Japanese, Spanish
Darlene J. Armstrong has been selling Bed and Breakfasts in St. Augustine since 2000 in which time she has sold 27 inns. Darlene and the rest of the staff would love to share their local knowledge with you and make your stay at Agustin Inn comfortable, relaxing, and memorable!
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian