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Central location in St Augustine's historic district, jetted tubs, hearty breakfast, balconies, free parking, romantic rooms, historic bed and breakfast, WiFi. Rooms from $159 to $299 Casa de Suenos of St Augustine FL is an intimate bed and breakfast, built in the early 1900s. The Inn is centrally located in the historic district of the nation's Oldest City, making it easy to walk to nearby landmarks, attractions, restaurants and more. The seven guest rooms are each unique and distinctive, some with extra romantic touches like two-person jetted tubs and private balconies. The Casa's free guest amenities are numerous and include hearty breakfast, evening social, free off-street parking, and wi-fi. Immerse yourself in the heart of St Augustine's historic Old City district while you relax and rejuvenate at Casa de Suenos Bed & Breakfast Inn. Personal service and abundant amenities make for a delightful stay. Each comfortably appointed room has individual personality and character, as you would expect in a residence built over 100 years ago. Private baths and other modern comforts are charmingly incorporated to make guests feel right at home. The Mediterranean styling of the Casa, with archways, palladian windows, tile roof and open balconies, sets the stage for serenity and coziness. Breakfast at the Inn is an experience in itself, with a hearty buffet served in the sunlit Dining Room, overlooking the awakening Ancient City streets of Saint Augustine FL.
3.8 on November 30, 2016
My husband and I celebrated our first anniversary in St. Augustine and stayed at Casa De Suenos. We had a lovely time! The food was great and the amenities were just what we wanted. No need to drive anywhere for it's in the heart of St. Augustine. The only time we drove was when we to visit the Fountain of Youth Park and visit the outlets. I would highly recommend staying here!
4.8 on October 01, 2016
Overall Casa De Suenos more than exceeded my expectations! It was my first experience staying in a B&B and I honestly didn't know what to expect. I had fears that it would be similar to staying with my grandma as a child. You know, weird odors, dusty old furniture, sharing the bathroom with my crazy aunt! But happily none of these things occurred. The accommodations were very comfortable, the food very good. Being a perfectionist, I would need to add that there were a few things that did bother me a little. The room was advertised as having a Juliet Balcony yet upon my inspection I noticed that the door and windows were nailed shut. Also the glass was frosted which for a person with a touch of claustrophobia caused me a little discomfort. I imagined that I could possibly perish if a fire were to occur! Another thing that was a little uncomfortable for me was that the "Innkeepers" did not stay in the house in the evening. They left at 9PM and guests were given a phone number to call in an emergency. I was staying there alone so it felt odd that I was in a house full of strangers. I would probably not stay in an Inn that did this in the future. My only other minor complaint is that there was no fresh fruit for breakfast on my second day. Being a weight watcher, I tasted the delicious quiche and oatmeal but I would have liked to fill up on some fruit.The Innkeepers were lovely and very helpful in giving directions etc...
4.0 on September 29, 2016
Great location; convenient to historic area; availability of beach supplies and access a real plus; Staff extremely helpful and friendly; Have stayed in B&B's for more than 20 years and my wife and I agree that Casa de Suenos provided the best overall experience; Stayed September 18-24, 2016; Dan and Bobbie, Virginia
5 on September 24, 2016
Amazing People and delicious food, a great place to States, no doubt...¿¿
5 on September 16, 2016
Highly recommended B&B in St, Augustin. I loved our room with the balcony. Very friendly hosts. Silvana A.
5 on August 25, 2016
Awesome weekend. Enjoyed our stay and our room was beautiful. Plenty of special touches, awesome breakfast, social hour, and dessert before bedtime. Thank you. We will be returning ¿
5 on August 22, 2016
We spent 2 nights at Casa de Suenos to celebrate our 49th Wedding Anniversary. A special thanks to Lisa, Cheryl and Steve for their wonderful hospitality. Great breakfast, Happy Hour with wine, beer and appys and a night time dessert waiting in your room. We will definitely be back........Thanks again.
5 on August 22, 2016
Centrally Located. Staff Exceedingly Helpful..Highly Recommended..Was An Absolute Pleasure..
5 on August 10, 2016
Our first visit to Casa de Suenos was wonderful!! Our innkeeper, Lisa, was welcoming and attentive to our needs. We stayed in the Saragossa on the first floor. It is a spacious room with a large hot tub. Although the close to the dining room, it was very quiet. Wonderful breakfasts and coffee always available among other things! Perfect location to the old city. We already planned our next trip!
5 on August 08, 2016
had a great time
Granada is our newest guest room, located on Casa's first floor. It is a sunny room, with a king, French doors, and a barrel ceiling. The windows have Bermuda shutters, the furnishings are comfortable and eclectic, and there is a mini refrigerator. The private bath has a shower.
At Casa de Suenos, understated elegance abounds in this small but unique second floor room. Cordova features a distinctive wrought iron queen bed. Through French doors are an oversized two-person garden whirlpool tub, a walk-in shower and a sink, and there's a second sink and toilet in a separate room. French doors lead you to a large secluded east-facing balcony overlooking the room's namesake Cordova Street where horse drawn carriages pass by.
One of Casa de Suenos' most requested rooms, Valencia is a romantic escape with plush textures and a "Hemingway" theme. This large second floor room has a king bed, spacious bath, whirlpool tub for two, and separate shower. It has the largest balcony of any Casa room, on the corner which overlooks Saragossa and Cordova Streets, affording a commanding view of the Old City which surrounds Casa.
Located on Casa de Suenos' second floor, Sevilla is a large room, furnished with a king bed and a small work desk. The two-person garden whirlpool tub has a bejewelled chandelier overhead, and the bath also features a walk-in shower. Double French doors open to a private south-facing balcony overlooking Saragossa Street.
Castillo is on the second floor, not too large but appointed for maximum comfort and offering great serenity. There is a California-king bed, which is slightly narrower and longer than the traditional king bed size. A quaint "Juliet balcony" opens from the bedroom, for fresh air and a peek outside. The private bath has the largest shower in the inn, with two shower heads. This room welcomes you with a sophisticated and sleek decor.
Saragossa is one of our newly added guest rooms, located on the Inn's first floor. It features a queen bed and wood floors. The bathroom has a two-person jetted garden tub with a chandelier overhead, in addition to a walk-in shower.
Nieves is a first floor handicap accessible room, with a private entrance via a ramp from outside in addition to its entry from the main hall of the Inn. This secluded and private room, decorated in warm hues, features a queen bed plus a love seat which converts into a twin sized sleeper. Enjoy the bright lighting and wood floors. The bathroom has a triple wide shower which is wheelchair accessible, and there are grab bars throughout the bathroom.
Nations Oldest City, Downtown, Small town
Directions to Casa de Suenos from the North: Travel southbound on I-95 to exit 318 (SR 16) and go east (left) approximately 7 miles to US 1. Turn south (right) onto US 1 and travel 1-1/2 miles to a left turn onto Saragossa Street (between Herbie Wiles Insurance and Rick’s Muffler Shop). Go past two stop signs. The on-site parking lot for Casa de Suenos will be on the left before the intersection of Saragossa and Cordova Street. Please park your vehicle and join us, using the Casa entrance off Saragossa Street. Directions to Casa de Suenos from the South: Travel northbound on I-95 to exit 311 (SR 207) and go east (right) approximately 7 miles to US 1. Turn north (left) onto US 1, continuing past the traffic light at King Street to Saragossa Street, which will be on your right. Turn right onto Saragossa Street (between Rick’s Muffler Shop and Herbie Wiles Insuranc). Go past two stop signs. The on-site parking lot for Casa de Suenos will be on the left before the intersection of Saragossa and Cordova Street. Please park your vehicle and join us, using the Casa entrance off Saragossa Street.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Eco-tourism, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Ocean, Lighthouse, World Golf Village, Ghost Tour Route, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Tours, University, Winery
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Copier, Parking, Telephone, Videos , Decanters of Sherry, Free private parking lot, Full two course breakfast, Complimentary beverages
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Library, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
Private Carriage Rides, Trolley Tours, Ghost Tours, Sight-seeing
Joe Finnegan, Mary Mergener and Kelly Brooks
Joe and Margaret Finnegan have been owners/innkeepers of St. Francis Inn since 1985 - quite a record for innkeeper longevity! They purchased Casa de Suenos in October 2015.