Grands arbres, un confort résidentiel et toute la magie de saint Augustin dans une courte promenade de deux blocs. Lorsque vous visitez 63 Orange Street Bed and Breakfast Inn, vous vous sentez tranquillement embrassé par l'aura de notre grande maison et ses élégants meubles victoriens. Notre emplacement calme et résidentiel, entouré de grands chênes, est juste une courte promenade de la rue St. George et les nombreuses attractions de cette charmante ville. Prenez une promenade en calèche à partir de notre porte, visiter les nombreux sites historiques, profiter de l'art, de la culture, et goûter à la cuisine éclectique de la plus ancienne ville du pays ... puis retour à l'auberge, se détendre et de voler un moment de calme dans la bibliothèque ou le jardin de fleurs. À 63 Orange Street, nous offrons une combinaison confortable de commodités modernes et splendide antiquité ... Plan de rester avec nous et découvrir le charme européen de notre ville sur la côte de Floride.
4,4 sur juin 06, 2015
Weekend family trip.
5 sur avril 27, 2015
Best bed & breakfast in St. Augustine... Amazing hospitality and a DELICIOUS breakfast. Gina & Albert Miami, Fl
5 sur avril 23, 2015
We had a great stay and would highly recommend 63 Orange St! The room was clean, the owner was great and the breakfast was delightful.
4,6 sur avril 10, 2015
A friend and I had the good fortune to spend a couple of nights at this lovely B&B. The inn is conveniently located just a couple of blocks from historic St George Street and walking distance to all the attractions. We had a charming suite with a queen bed in the bedroom and a day bed in the attached sun room. Our private balcony was a lovely spot to enjoy our morning coffee or a glass of wine in the evening I can't say enough nice things about the owner, Jackie. She made our stay even more enjoyable, cooking lovely breakfasts, delivering morning coffee to the landing outside our room, and offering suggestions on dining, etc. The free parking was an added bonus. I would not hesitate to recommend 63 Orange Street to anyone wanting a quiet, convenient B&B in St. Augustine.
3,4 sur mars 12, 2015
Jackie was a gracious and helpful hostess, who loves her home, and treats her guests very well. One room does not have an ensuite, but just down the short hall. The breakfasts were exceptional, and she and Kelly were wonderful ambassadors for St Augustine. The property was most convenient to the visitors area, yet quietly away from the crowded walking path.
5 sur mars 02, 2015
What a warm and inviting place. Jackie treated us like family. She took care of all our needs and made our 20th wedding anniversary special.
4,8 sur janvier 21, 2015
Jackie, the owner of 63 Orange Street, was so kind and sweet. She allowed us to bring our 4-year-old little girl and was a very gracious host. We will definitely come visit Jackie again the next time we're in St. Augustine!
4,0 sur septembre 09, 2014
welcoming, home-like stay, warm, cozy, intimate atmosphere congruent with St Agudtine culture and history
4,4 sur juillet 21, 2014
If you want to step back in time this is the place, every detail of furnishings will make you feel like you are in the 1800's. Breakfast is out of this world each morning! Jackie is the perfect host and the minute after you are welcomed, you are family! No request was a burden. You would not believe as peaceful and quite the Inn is, you are just a couple blocks from everything historic St Augustine has to offer. You will not need to drive once you arrive! We have stayed in many of the B&B's in the area, and they are all nice, but when you take the experience of 63 Orange & add Jackie, there is no better place to stay! Bill & Ashley
5 sur mai 29, 2014
My stay at 63 Orange was amazing! Our hostess Jackie was so gracious. I can't wait to go back
Maud's Room, overlooking the upstairs front porch, is an elegant and beautifully Victorian room, softly bright and cheerful. The 125 year old set of English walnut furniture is comprised of a queen-sized bed with 7' high headboard, matching armoire and marble top dresser, and a shaving stand. A lovely ivory colored crocheted bedspread was made by Jackie’s grandmother more than 50 years ago. The hallway bathroom has a clawfoot soaking tub (with added shower head) original to this house. Robes have been provided for your comfort. (For the convenience of extended families this room and Hattie’s room have connecting doors.)
Maud is one of the Shorter sisters who was raised in this house. She became an English teacher and principal and lived here throughout her 48 years of teaching and into her retirement.
Hattie's Room is a wonderfully romantic room with a marvelous king-sized mahogany four-poster bed and extra large whirlpool tub in the large luxurious bathroom. This white-beige decorated room, with white lacy curtains at the windows, lacy and ruffley lampshades and a pair of comfortable beige easy chairs, this room invites your attention. An old Singer treadle sewing machine and antique Martha Washington sewing cabinet serve as occasional tables. Hand built French doors to the bathroom are curtained in lace to provide to provide privacy and atmosphere.
It was in this room that we found two small autograph books in the walls as restoration was being done, dated 1879 and 1880. They belonged to Hattie and Charles Vedder, the first owners of this house. Before moving from Oneida and Utica, NY, their friends and family signed the small books, and then there are signatures from people in St. Augustine.
Effie Florence's Room has a charming bedroom set from the 1920's consisting of a 3/4 poster queen-sized bed, armoire, vanity and dresser. An inviting overstuffed chair and a wicker rocker offer place to sit and relax. The hallway bathroom is the original bathroom to the house with the original clawfoot tub (and shower) and century old corner sink from Flagler’s Alcazar Hotel. Robes are provided in the armoire for your comfort. Just outside the door is the entrance to the shady upstairs front porch where you can relax in porch rockers under ceiling fans.
Effie is another of the Shorter sisters who was raised here. A copy of her journal, written as a young school teacher at the beginning of the 20th Century, is in the room.
Bessie's Room, a beautifully Victorian room, is the favorite of many visitors. It is furnished with matched set of 125 year old furniture made of English walnut, with a 7' high headboard on the queen-sized bed, and 8 ½’ tall armoire, and marble-topped dresser and large wash stand. Beyond lace-curtained French doors is the private bathroom with a whirlpool tub and shower. A private balcony under a large shady oak tree is the perfect spot for your early morning cup of coffee or late night glass of wine.
Hattie Antinica Besye Vedder, this room’s namesake, was born in this house on August 12, 1884, the youngest child of Charles John and Harriet Louisa Vedder, who were the first owners. Before the bed and breakfast opened, I met Bessie’s great-grandchildren who still live in Northeast Florida and have shared family history with me.
Kates's Room is a suite with a queen-sized iron bed and an armoire in the front room and a small sunny sitting area with day bed in what was once an upstairs back porch. The daybed makes this room suitable for a third person.* Because these rooms are sunny and bright, they are decorated in a quaint and nostalgic old Florida style. The bathroom with old-fashioned soaking tub/shower is off the sitting room. A private balcony overlooking the flower gardens and small goldfish pond makes this room a special delight for everyone who stays here.
Kate Shorter is one of the Shorter sisters who was raised in this house from about 1900 until they were grown. Kate later returned to live here with her sister Maud who owned the house for many decades.
Historic District, Centre ville, Petite ville, Village
Jacksonville, FL (JAX) 50 miles
Le I-10, - Prendre la I-295 sud, autour de la ville de Jacksonville I-95 Sud. - Sur I-95, prendre la sortie 318 (anciennement sortie 95A) - Tourner à gauche à gauche sur la SR 16 - Continuer à environ 6 miles à US 1, - Tourner à droite et aller 1.5 miles, juste après le restaurant Village Inn et la Banque prospérité - Tourner à gauche sur Orange Street. 63 Orange Street est dans le 2ème bloc sur la droite.
Antiquaires , Aquarium , Galeries d'art, Plage, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Lac, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Océan, Alligator Farm, Boutiques, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Ruines, Vignoble, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo
Jeux de société, Ventilateurs de plafond, Bureau, Cheminée, Bibliothèque, Equipé pour les mariages , Cheval et en calèche privées disponibles
Climatisation, Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Peignoirs, Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Internet, Planche à repasser, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Wi-Fi, Internet par câble
Location de vélos, Pistes cyclables, Billard , Observation d'oiseau, Base nautique, Canoë, Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Promenade à cheval, Chasse, Canoë-Kayak, Pistes de VTT , Location de scooter, Voile, Shopping, Excursion, Natation, Terrain de tennis, Jeux d'arcade, Sports d'eau
Chats , 1 perroquet gris africain
Jackie jouit de la possibilité de prendre soin de ses invités, pour qu'ils se sentent à l'aise et à l'aise dans cette maison victorienne, et pour les aider à explorer et visiter St. Augustine. Elle est un maître jardinier en Floride et bénéficie croissance héritage roses et d'orchidées, juste être à l'extérieur, en particulier sur les plages, la lecture, et la courtepointe.
3 cours Accueil-cuit petit-déjeuner
Equilibré , Régime particulier , Végétarien , vegan
Chacun de nos petits déjeuners gastronomiques comprennent un dessert spécialité du petit déjeuner de la journée. Que ce soit flan, mousse au chocolat, pain au lait, ou cuit au four frais gâteau cannelle café, un délicieux petit déjeuner au dessert vous préparer pour une journée de visite historique de St. Augustine.