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At Journey’s End is a contemporary Victorian Inn situated in the famous historic district of St. Augustine. On-site parking, beautiful rooms, a great location and personal concierge services are just some of the reasons why At Journey’s End one of the top-rated St. Augustine B&B/Inn on TripAdvisor. We are the perfect site for a romantic escape, friend’s get-away or any special occasion. Visit our website for more information. Relaxed Hospitality…our signature feature! Our goal is for you to enjoy the sophistication of a Bed & Breakfast with the comforts of home! Innkeepers, John Gallagher and Tim Millbern have become known for their welcoming personalities and the friendly, relaxed atmosphere they have created at their Inn. Remember: you may arrive as a guest, but you will leave as our friend! Enjoy the breezy front porch complete with rocking chairs...or relax in our lovely gardens! Our King and Queen sized guest rooms are exceptionally clean, have luxurious Comphy™ sheets and each have en-suite baths and some rooms have private porches or verandas. Our extra special amenities include a scrumptious full breakfast each morning and complimentary beer, wine & sodas available throughout your stay!
The Egypt Room features a King-Sized comfort bed and a newly remodeled extra large bathroom. The bathroom has an ultra-modern two person STEAM SHOWER. Flat Screen Cable TV, I-Pod. I-Phone Docking Station...and the best part...your own private porch overlooking the front garden and street...Listen to the Horse & Carriages go clip-clopping by!
The Dr. Livingstone Room is uniquely decorated, featuring a King-Sized comfort bed and a private bath with shower. The Livingstone Room has Flat Screen Cable TV, I-Pod/I-Phone Docking station...and has a huge private veranda that overlooks the side garden. Innkeeper's favorite room!
The Lindbergh Room is a guest favorite! This room&#8217;s decor is reminiscent of a mid-town Paris flat and has a Queen-Sized comfort bed along with a private bath with shower. Room has Cable TV, I-Pod/I-Phone Docking station.
The Amelia Earhart Room (formerly the China Room), is a quiet, comfortable room located on the Inn’s first floor. It features a King-Sized bed, en-suite bathroom with a large shower, a 32’ flat screen cable TV, paddle ceiling fan, and a docking station for your I-Phone. The decor is inspired by the pioneer woman of aviation; Amelia Earhart. It features pictures and replica artifacts from her first flight in 1920 until her disappearance in the Pacific Ocean off Howland Island on July 2, 1937.
The Key West Suite is perfect for friends, family or that private romantic get-away! Located on the top floor of the old carriage house, this room features a large King-Sized bed and separate sitting area. The Suite features a microwave, small fridge and Flat Screen Cable TV, I-Pod/I-Phone Docking Station. It has a large private bath with tub and its own veranda overlooking the side garden. (The Key West Suite is pet-friendly and can accommodate up to 4 people using our two new “Chair and A Half” comfort full-sized twin beds. Rate is based on DBL Occupancy)
5 on July 26, 2014
My wife and I decided to take a little pre-vacation before a BIG family reunion. We stayed at Journeys End and had a great time. Journeys End is located within easy walking distance of most of historic St. Augustine and many very nice restaurants and bars. Tim was able to direct us to several great little restaurants. The rooms are bright and comfortable, the beds were not too hard and not too soft but just right. Also ask for the Pecan Pie Mini-Muffins for breakfast, yummm! They are the best way to start the day.
5 on February 13, 2014
Staying at Journey's End was the highlight of our Florida trip; OK, swimming with the manatees at Crystal River was pretty great. I did not know what to expect from our visit to St. Augustine, but when we arrived and drove through the historic district we were excited at the prospects of exploring this unique city. Then...we checked into Journey's End and were captivated by the beauty of this place and by the warm, welcoming hospitality of Tim! He made us feel right at home with his tour of the house and knowledgeable orientation to the city, JE is just a stone's throw from the main sights of the city, that only added to the allure and pleasure of staying at JE. The whole house is beautifully appointed and the rooms comfortable. A wonderfully prepared, presented, and tasty breakfast greeted us each morning of our stay. If you should stay here, which I heartily recommend, you will have a treat! Oh, and the bowl of chocolates on the buffet for the taking were delicious. It's the little touches that make this place the place to stay in St. Augustine.
5 on February 11, 2014
We stayed at this B&B in late January. The location makes getting to the attractions of St. Augustine easy to get to. Tim is a great source of information and suggestions to make your stay enjoyable. The breakfasts were tasty, room was spotless and the ambiance of the Inn was cozy. Would stay again without question.
5 on January 05, 2014
We stayed at Journey's End right after Christmas. It was an amazing experience and only wished we could have stayed longer. We were in the Egypt room with a balcony view. It was an awesome room that had this state of the art steam/shower. It was super clean, very neat and comfy. The entire home was just cozy. Tim and John made us feel at home. From guiding us through town to the best places to eat/visit. Breakfast was absolutely amazing! We highly recommend At Journey's End. For it being our first experience, we were totally impressed and we definitely plan to come back!
5 on January 04, 2014
I highly recommend this B&B to all. Both Tim & John and amazing. and the breakfast is outstanding! I love these two guys so much, that my husband and I have been here twice in 2013, and just booked another time here in July of 2014. Great guys! Awesome food! and well within walking distance to all the places we love.
4.6 on January 03, 2014
We stayed at 'At Journeys End Bed and Breakfast' in December 2013. It is tucked away on a quiet little street and yet is close to everything! We parked our car and only used it once during our stay. The owners are warm and welcoming with lots of great tips about St. Augustine. We enjoyed the common areas, the living room and the outdoor areas were a wonderful place to relax after a full day of activity in town. I would highly recommend this Inn.
3.4 on July 08, 2013
As you drive down the quiet street to the B&B, you already have a feeling you made the right choice of where to stay. The Inn was quaint, beautifully furnished and our room (Dr. David Livingstone) was tastefully decorated and included a private balcony. The breakfasts were good (not abundant) and in the afternoon and evening there was always port & sherry available, along with brownies, cookies and candy to munch on. Tea, coffee and sodas were always available. St. Augustine is a wonderful, historic city and the Inn is within walking distance to all. Our host was personable, friendly and knowledgeable of the area. During our 2 day stay, unfortunately, we only saw him when we arrived and departed. The household staff took care of any requests we had. The one negative to this review is that our dietary requests, although solicited before we arrived, fell on deaf ears.
4.6 on June 11, 2013
What a wonderful place to stay. Tim went totally out of his way to make us feel at home and comfortable. I have a lot of food allergies and he even shopped especially for me, We will return for a future stay for sure. If you are a bed and breakfast fan, you should definitely plan a stay here.
5 on May 22, 2013
My husband and I just spent three days at this wonderful B and B. We were greeted very warmly by Tim upon our arrival. The B and B is very welcoming and homey, loved the decor. The breakfast in the mornings was amazing, must try the cookies in the afternoon also. They made sure we were taken care of the whole stay, even booked our kayak trip for us and made sure we had water and sunscreen for the kayak trip. Would definitely recommend this b and b to everyone. My husband and I cant wait to go back.
5 on May 20, 2013
Thanks Tim & John. So much enjoyed the stay at your inn. Everything was beyond perfection, from your lovely gardens to the well decorated, comfortable and superbly equipped suite, to the great breakfast, and of course your wonderful and warm hospitality. Wished all B7B's were at your standard! A stay in St A would not be complete without lodging with you!!! Regards, R & V
Historic District, Downtown
Jacksonville, FL (JAX) 65 miles
From the Airport: Take I-95 South to Exit 318. Turn left onto SR 16 and go 5.5 miles to US1. Turn right on US1 and go 1.9 miles to King Street. Turn left. (King Street is the next light after W. Castillo. Landmarks: Signs for Flagler College and San Sebastian Wineries.)
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, 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, Ruins, Winery, Zoo
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Fax Machine, Library, Private entrance, Telephone, Wet bar , Suite has microwave and compact refrigerator, Afternoon snacks, Beer, wine, soda coffee, tea available 24/7, Free On-site parking for all rooms
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Video Arcade, Water sports
Tim Millbern & John Gallagher
Full gourmet breakfast
Restrictive , Vegetarian