Step into the 1873 Old City House Inn and Restaurant and you will be swept away with its historic relevance and distinctive legacy to St. Augustine. Pair the Inn with its charming new innkeepers, Juan and Christopher, and you have a world-class story of romance and adventure! Old City House, St. Augustine's only Historic Inn with a full service restaurant its spanish colonial revival architecture. The restaurant features upscale dining in a cozy and friendly atmosphere. Our menu features a global cuisine with international flavor . Juan and Christopher invite you to visit the Old City House Inn where old fashioned hospitality begins in America's oldest city.
4.0 on September 04, 2017
Old City House is still, as the owner admitted, a work in progress and there are little repairs (e.g. paint touch-ups) that need to be completed. We booked the smallest room and it was sweet but dark. The restaurant is the BEST! And the included breakfasts were ample enough to hold us till dinner. The staff was friendly, cheerful and always helpful. A little gem.
5 on July 04, 2017
My Mom, basset hound (Daisy Lynn) and I stayed in 2 rooms. Daisy Lynn and I had the Augustin and my Mom had the Cordova. They are both dog friendly but I picked the Augustin because it is on the first floor and made it very easy to walk across the street to a large patch of grass on the side of the Lightner museum. My Mom's room was at the top of a steep flight of steps so make sure you can climb stairs because there is no elevator. The ACs in both rooms were top notch. There is a dog friendly outside dining area that is stunning and Juan and Christopher tend to the gardens which are breathtaking. The complimentary wine and cheese happy hour is a delight. We did not eat dinner at the Inn but it does get rave reviews. Breakfast is not until 9:00. We were served each morning by the Innkeeper Christopher. In our entire month on the road we never reached the level of breakfast that was served at the Old City Inn. Daisy Lynn, my basset hound was even served water in a silver bowl and a platter of bacon. Yes, a platter!!! Saint Augustine seems to be a very dog friendly city and the Old City Inn is authentic and near everything. We parked the car and never used it again. Thank you Juan and Christopher for loving this Inn so much. As guests, we could feel how special this place is. We will be back to enjoy more of the enchanting hospitality...Love Cat, Hilda and Daisy Lynn Rudert #bassethoundtown
5 on May 13, 2017
Juan makes guests feel welcome and appreciated from check in to check out. Room was light and airy with old-world appointments; spacious with an extremely comfortable bed. Verandas with picturesque views of greenery, orchids and hibiscus. The cozy dining room was the perfect backdrop for an ice-cold martini, savory bread with rich toppings and expertly prepared pasta carbonara.
4.8 on March 30, 2017
We travel to St. Augustine often and usually stay at Old City House. Service is great, location is great, food is great... In general we love it! Can't say enough good things about this B&B.
4.2 on March 02, 2017
Great location in Old Town St. Augustine. Can walk to anywhere in town including the fort. And have free parking. Restaurant is outstanding - excellent presentation and great entrees. The wine and cheese at end of day is really nice. Would stay there again. Hosts are really great - great service.
5 on February 25, 2017
Very nice place, walking distance to almost everything!
4.2 on January 29, 2017
Found this place very accommodating, clean and friendly. Will stay here again next time in St. Augustine. Location was very good. Breakfast was prefect - thought we were in Europe!
5 on January 12, 2017
Our stay at Old City House was lovely!! Easy and quick check-in, perfect location downtown, especially during Nights of Lights. I didn't even realize our room (the Lightner) had a balcony and perfect side view of the college and lights in the Lightner Museum front. Our breakfast was outstanding. Multi- course, filling but not heavy, fresh, flavorful and delicious. And while they usually serve in dining room, they were so nice to accommodate us to let us sit on the outside patio. The weather was perfect and we live up north so we were glad to enjoy some warm fresh air, a nice break from our midwest winter! I wish we had more time there, would love to have taken advantage of the bicycles. We will definitely be back. Thank you!
5 on January 09, 2017
The staff is personable and helpful. Excellent food and bar.
5 on December 07, 2016
Husband and I like to go to St. Augustine several times a year for short getaways but we especially love it around the holidays. We typically stay in different BedandBreakfast but I think we found our favorite. The inn is so centrally located. Parking is easy and free...amazing for the location. Are stay was the St. George suite. The room is large and well appointed with amazing accessories. Plenty of room to store clothing and a huge jacuzzi tub, but well set off in the corner to not break the line of "old world feel". The bathroom has a huge walk-in shower and counter space for toiletries. The breakfast is all you could ask for and the wine and cheese social is wonderful. We did not have time to eat in the restaurant but it has a full bar and a nice wine list and was full every night. The outside patio was comfortable and convenient. The owners and the staff was fantastic and our bartender was so very interesting and interactive. My husband and I both agreed that we would be hard pressed to say anywhere else while we visit one of our favorite towns.
The Ammidown Room is located on our second floor. It has a queen-size bed, cable TV, an en suite bathroom with shower, a large stained glass window, cathedral ceilings, and a private entrance via a covered hallway.
The Alcazar Room is located on our second floor and has a beautiful view of the Lightner Museum gardens and Flagler College. It has a king size mahogony bed, cable TV, an en suite bathroom with shower, cathedral ceilings, and a private entrance via its own staircase. This staircase can also be made accessible to our Flagler Room providing a two bedroom suite if desired.
Our Lightner Room is located on our second floor and has its own private balcony that looks out over the Lightner Museum, the Museum Gardens, and Flagler College. The room has a queen size four-poster, cast-iron bed, a large double window looking toward the Lightner Museum, cable TV, an en suite bathroom with shower, cathedral ceilings, and a private entrance via a covered hallway.
Our Cordova Room is located off a large, pleasantly shaded deck on our second floor. It has a KING-size, hand-carved bed, chaise-lounge, cable TV, an en suite bathroom with shower and bath, and a private entrance off the deck. Windows in the room look north towards Flagler College, the gardens of the Lightner Museum, and the Casa Monica Hotel and south towards Palm Row, a quaint residential subdivision built in the late 1800s.
The Flagler Room is located on our second floor and is one of our larger rooms. In addition to a queen-size, hand carved, four poster bed, the room has a small living area with a (queen size) day bed and coffee table. The room also has cable TV, an en suite bathroom with shower and bath, and a private entrance via a covered hallway. A second entrance way allows access to our rear staircase and our Alcazar Room providing a two bedroom suite if desired.
Our Augustin Room is located on the first floor and has a private entrance located adjacent to the Inn's Office and Inn Keeper's Residence. This large room has hardwood floors, a KING-size bed, cable TV and VCR, and an en suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and shower. A beautiful stained glass door separates the bath area and bedroom. The room also has a small sitting area
The St. George Room is our most popular room and is located on the second floor. The room has a large sunburst window looking south towards Palm Row, a quaint residential subdivision built in the late 1800s. The room has a large Jacuzzi tub separated from the main bedroom area by plantation shutters. The room also has a KING size bed, cable TV and , and an en suite bathroom with walk -in shower.
Historic Downtown, Near Waterfront, Downtown
Jacksonville, FL (JAX) 55 miles
Take Exit 95 (Route 16) off I-95. Travel east approx. 6 miles. After RR crossing, turn right onto US-1 south. At the 3rd light turn left onto King Street. At the 3rd light turn right onto Cordova. We are the 2nd building on the left. Parking is just past the building on left.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Cobblestone streets and historic sites galore., Historic lighthouse, carriage, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Amenities Basket, Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Telephone, VCR, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Alligator and reptile zoo, Ghost Tours, Helicopter tours, Parasailing, Trolley or horse & carriage tours, Wave rider and boat rentals, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Water sports
served just for guest. Two course breakfast
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian gluten free
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Herb crusted Chilean Sea Bass with roasted potato dill lemon grass sauce Boneless rack of lamb
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