Labled by our guests as Boutique hotel, Remarkable Inn, Premier Bed and Breakfast,the last words we always hear is how they will return to Daytona Beach simply because of our Inn. Located in Daytona Beach and the closest to the beach premiere B&B. Eight well appointed rooms with private baths. Centrally located to shops, entertainment and restaurants and we are located just a 4 minute walk from the beach.
Knotty pine wood paneling and a spacious bathroom are wonderful features of this room. Located on the first floor of the Inn just off the foyer, this room is cozy and gives the feeling of being stateside on an old schooner.
Up on the second floor towards the back of the Inn sits this charming room. It boasts a queen size four poster bed and access to a deck that faces the backyard. Sit outside and enjoy the day while having a breakfast muffin and a glass of orange juice or reading your favorite novel or the morning news.
A king size room fit for king size relaxation situated on the front right hand side of the Inn on the second floor. A warm and vivid color surrounds the room and unique artwork adorns the walls. There is a wonderful large spa tub tucked in the corner to take you away. Come let this room engulf you with its pleasures.
Located on the first floor of the Inn off of the foyer this king room brings you back to an old era when times were simpler and life a little slower. Decorated in soft colors with a hand sewn bedspread draped across a glorious four poster bed, the charm of this room speaks for itself. Come relax in comfort and splendor.
the 819 on the second floor of the Inn, a bright and sunny room facing the Halifax River
Good things come in small packages. This quaint room sits atop the stairs on the second floor and has a small view of the Halifax River here in Daytona Beach.
Nightly Rate: $110-$235
A large suite with microwave, coffee maker, small fridge and large spa tub that is great for longer stays while romping around Daytona Beach and hitting the sand for that awesome summer tan...Private bathroom with shower.
2.8 on November 22, 2013
Our stay at the August Seven Inn was good but not great. Our room - the 819 - was clean and a bit small for the gigantic bed - the bed was very high off the floor - my wife had a hard time climbing up on the bed . There was only one chair to sit in, an old analog tv, and a bathroom with no counter space. Perhaps a different room would have worked better for us. We happened to be the only guest at the inn the night we arrived. We rang the front doorbell but nobody answered - had to call the owner to let us in.- found out the doorbell was broken. Joe, the owner, showed us around and gave us a bottle of wine. Breakfast was much less than expected - we had frozen waffles cooked in a toaster and microwave bacon along with some fruit, juice and coffee. Overall a nice inn to visit - a bit over priced for what we got. Doubtful if I would return.
I would like to mention during the time frame these folks stayed there are two reviews in the guest book in their guest room both of which give praise and wish me well from my aneurism in which I had passed away briefly in August which is a tad confusing why the book review is so much different …That said I Have read this review and all of my guests are important to me, and I feel sad that this happened to this guest…I as a standard tell every single guest when I take them to their room that there is a guest book in the room with my cell phone number, if you need anything please give us a call, I also mention you will see me around and feel free to ask for something should you need… I do this for my guest to prevent people from neglecting to mention as the guest stay is very important to me Had I been contacted the issues could have been easily resolved. I have bed steps available for beds, but had no indication it was going to be an issue, the bathroom they mentioned they needed space the bathroom counter the room they had chosen had 3 shelves near the sink and space on the back of the tub but I would have gladly provided them with other room options, or a table that would have accommodated their needs. The breakfast I do provide homemade pancakes and homemade French toast, as well as there are precut fruits, three cold cereal options, several hot cereal options, three types of breads for toasting, an assortment of waffles, the waffles are store purchased, I have these items due to the number of guests that are more accustomed to hotel travel and prefer premade items, there are also frozen pancakes as well as homemade pancakes for the same reason, homemade muffins, homemade French toast, and homemade baked goods In the guest room in the basket with other area discounts there is a café menu with additional breakfast items that may be ordered for a charge Again I attempt to accommodate the wide variety of travelers In the area.
5 on June 12, 2013
And ancient, lovingly restored Victorian. Complete with wrap-around verandas. Our room was beautifully appointed, bed lines were luxurious, attention to detail exemplary, service superlative.
4.2 on February 19, 2013
Was a late opportunity to drive at Daytona and could not get into my normal B &B. stayed at August 7. Really very good experience. Joe is very helpful and the interior is charming and meticulously maintained. Excellent value and I am not a value shopper when it comes to lodging!
5 on February 19, 2013
My husband and I live in Orlando, and the August Seven Inn was a perfect romantic weekend getaway. I've been coming to Daytona my whole life... who would have thought such an elegant and peaceful bed and breakfast existed here? It was restful, relaxing. The house is beautiful, and nicely decorated. Joe was a gracious host, greeting us with wine on our arrival, and a yummy breakfast in the morning. Loved the popcorn and movies, and the guest fridge and sodas/water/coffee available to us at all times. The whirlpool tub was wonderful. It was a lovely place, and I highly recommend it!
5 on December 26, 2012
This was a fantastic B&B. They went out of their way to make me feel pampered and valued. Joe overheard me say I could not have gluten so instead of bacon and eggs the next morning there were gluten free banana pancakes with candied pecans, butter and syrup. At snack time there were GF fresh baked browinies. WOW! I will definately be staying here again. The decor was very eclectic. Some items were antique and others were from pottery barn. I never felt I had to be 'careful' when sitting on the couches or using the glasses.
5 on December 17, 2012
Beautiful clean rooms, friendly service, and a grand night!! Thank you Joe!!
4.8 on November 20, 2012
Have stayed in many B&Bs in many places, loved this choice. Beautiful historic home, immaculate, quiet, comfortable, perfect for a romantic getaway. Our room had a large jacuzzi tub which, along with the massage chairs in the main house, was so appreciated after a long motorcycle ride, and we could park our motorcycle right outside our door. Innkeeper Joe is warm, attentive and everything an innkeeper should be. Location in historic downtown can't be beat. We would stay here again in a heartbeat, and hope to come back for Bike Week this winter.
5 on September 30, 2012
August 7 Inn is a wonderful place to stay. We had a great time in Sept 2012. Joe and Phil were awesome as was the daily breakfast and nightlt snacks. I still feel like I can sit on the porch and watch the whole day go by while sipping a glass of wine. I plan on returning soon. Karen Smith
5 on August 16, 2012
We spent August 14-16 2012 at the August 7 Inn. Joe Dirsa who is the innkeeper puts his heart and soul into everything done at the inn. Breakfast is comprised of home baked pancakes,danish jellies and other delicacies. Snacks are provided in each room and desserts are presented at night. Joe is very knowledgeable of the area.Room 1022 where we stayed is equipped with a jacuzzi.and was excellent.
5 on August 02, 2012
29-31 July 2012: George & Marcia Titusville, FL I found the August Seven Inn, and after checking the rooms elected to reserve “ the 819 “. As guests will learn, each room number is of special significance to the Inn and Joe the Innkeeper. The room was very comfortable – ample clothes drawer space (TV armoire and 2 night stands), hanging closet, full bathroom with shower and relaxing spa tub. The room has central AC as well as a ceiling fan. It was so relaxing to fall asleep to the Homedics SoundSpa. A continental breakfast daily in the dining room or take it outside to the wrap-around porch. Coffee, tea, juices, granola, cereal, homemade pancakes, waffles, breads for toast with specialty jams and butter, fresh fruits, hard boiled eggs, bacon and several varieties of Joe’s homemade pastries. In the evening, Joe has small snacks available on the foyer bar. Off the dining room, a small guest kitchen is “all hours”. There’s an ice maker, refrigerator (restaurant doggie bags), microwave, and an ‘honor’ refrigerator with water and soda. For something special, try to persuade Joe to fix you his special strawberry shortcake…to die for! Free popcorn and movies are available, as are numerous books in the parlor for reading. The parlor is where we twisted Joe’s and Phil’s arm to enjoy Amaretto DiSarono on the rocks coupled with lively evening conversation. The Inn’s convenient to everything Daytona Beach and Daytona Beach Shores and 4 streets East (~ 2,000ft) you are at the ocean. Numerous restaurants are in the area and Joe can get you window seating at the Chart House if you desire. Our anniversary is what we wanted it to be – a relaxing getaway just to ourselves, walking on the pier and along the boardwalk, and letting the world go by. When we arrived home in the evening we were wondering if Joe would consider delivering his strawberry shortcake!
Halifax river (Partial view from porch), Ocean can be seen from the sidewalk of the inn, close to everything but far enough away to relax, Airport, Beachside, Oceanside, Suburban
Daytona Beach, FL (DAB)
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Ocean, Ocean Walk (under a mile), Band Shell (under a mile), Cinematique Theater with dinner and a movie, Daytona Beach Convention Center (under a mile), Daytona State College (about 1 mile), Daytona Logoon waterpark and Rides (under a mile), Performing Theater, Picnic area, River
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel
BBQ grill, Bath robes, CD player, Computer, Copier, Library, Videos , Many options are available contact Inn
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, parasailing, flea markets, Daytona International Speedway, Art galeries, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Water sports
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I enjoy meeting and getting to know people of different backgrounds,and although I am a Vegetarian (ovo-lacto),I love to sample new foods from all over...
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