Five hundred year old oaks, meandering brick paths & manicured grounds provide a lush setting for this well established business located on Florida's premier barrier island, mid-way between Savannah and St. Augustine.
Constructed in 1856, the antebellum mansion has maintained a legacy of prominence in the seaport village of Fernandina from its early days as a way-stop on the underground railroad to its present position as Amelia Island’s most luxurious boutique lodging and special event venue.
Situated on the eastern edge of the village historic district the property is walking distance to restaurants, galleries, boutiques, museums and centuries old island churches. The intra-coastal waterway and 13 miles of pristine, quartz-sand beaches are a few blocks away.
The owners have carefully preserved the original architecture and authentic details of the historic structures while introducing modern amenities and conveniences including jetted tubs, wireless Internet access, modern kitchen and laundry facilities.
Our Rating: Exceeds Industry Averages