The adult-centric Hemingway House BedandBreakfast is perfectly situated on Charlotte Street in the heart of the charming and unique town of St. Augustine. The owners deliver the ultimate romantic bed and breakfast experience with impeccably clean rooms and all the amenities you expect to make your stay as relaxed and comfortable as possible. Checkout our 5 out of 5 star reviews on TripAdvisor.
Write the story of you, here
While Ernest never stayed here, (actually, he preferred Marine Land just south of here) we named the Inn after our favorite author. And who knows, the nation's oldest city just might bring out the writer in you. Okay, it's not Paris but, the city has its charms and many people have told their story here, or wrote their very own story and brought it to us. For instance, while you read more about the ~ Adult Only ~ Hemingway House B&B you will learn that all of our 6 rooms are:
Double occupancy, 2 adults per room, only
All on the second-floor ~ so each have a covered balcony
Each have a new, modern, private, bath room
All rooms come with a complementary assigned parking space
And best of all, a comfortable Queen or King bed
...But what you might not know is, that a friend of the owners wrote the room descriptions on a dare. That's a fun story, and the descriptions are very well written and informative too! And it's true, we begin each evening with a casual social-hour that give guests time to meet the owners and their fellow guests. Do you know how many stories of Hemingway, or topics about him, are told each night? Let me tell you the one about Rodger Shadow and the Hemingway House B&B. We published a book that Roger wrote back in 1958 about the time, when in Havana Cuba, that he spent the WEEKEND AT HEMINGWAY'S. This book holds great insight to the famous author, the legend, the man, and the people he knew.
Come on! Others have written the story of their life at the Hemingway House, so why can't you?
In the heart of lively St. Augustine
This delightful neighborhood in the heart of downtown St. Augustine by day features brick lined streets, vine-covered courtyards and friendly restaurants and shops, where long-time residents sit behind the counters selling interesting and unique goods. But by night fall, this area in downtown St. Augustine features your choice of music from the many venues along Charlotte St. From Jazz at Stogies, to traditional Irish music at Meehan's Pub, to folk/country/rock at the historic Tradewinds Lounge; to cool vibe of the Tini Martini Bar, to the cutest little cigar bar in St. Augustine: Isabela's Bar Cuba, all are on or near our festive little street. Whatever you might like, you'll relish the exceptional flavors of this charming European-style old-world village, unlike any other place in the States.
Check-out our drone video to see what we're talking about...
Read more about Mr. Hemingway, his home, writings, his ideas, and his wide-ranging life in the late '50s at his winter home in San Francisco de Paula Cuba, in Roger Shadow's book: Weekend at Hemingway's...
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- 2018 Holiday Tour of Inns -
Having been recognized as one Southeast Tourism Top 20 Events, the annual Bed and Breakfast Holiday Tour is one of the highlights of St. Augustine's 'Nights of Lights' Celebration which is held annually from mid-November through January. Click here to get more info & Tickets.
During Nights of Lights, St. Augustine glows with holiday magic – from the ground to the rooftops. St. Augustine's Nights of Lights features millions of tiny white lights that create a magical atmosphere in the Nation's Oldest City.
Single white candles flickered from the windows of St. Augustine in the 16th century. Today, the city shimmers with millions of white bulbs during Nights of Lights, a venerable holiday tradition.