This is the place to be!
Carriage Way Bed & Breakfast and Carriage Way Cottage are newly renovated with a long history of entertaining and exceeding expectations in comfort and hospitality. This beautiful Victorian home (c. 1883) is in the heart of St. Augustine’s Historic District. The first thing that captures your eye is the two expansive verandas perfect for relaxing and socializing. As you enter the front door, you are greeted by an exquisite parlor and bistro dining room. Each graceful room features color palettes of gem stones and precious metals and is adorned with antiques, architectural artwork and elegant modern amenities. Friendly and hospitable atmosphere surrounds you.
The Jewel of the Ancient City
Located in the very center of history, our inn is located just steps from old St. George Street: home of the walking mall with unique and charming shops, museums, historic sites, and beautiful views. Flagler College (the original Ponce de Leon Resort Hotel), the 17th-century European fort Castillo de San Marcos, many fine restaurants, art galleries, carriage tours, and the waterfront are within four short blocks. All sites within the Historic District are only a 5- to 10-minute stroll from the inn. While so very close to the action, Carriage Way is quiet and peaceful in the evenings.
When traveling to St. Augustine, Carriage Way is the way to stay! We are proud to have the White Glove Housekeeping award. We have convenient and complimentary off-street parking on-site for all of our guests which is a huge asset. Carriage Way is the definite Jewel of the Ancient City.
Updates & Specials
- Gilded Age Dining
Hungry? Are you leftover-Halloween-candy hungry, or four-course-meal hungry? How about four-course-Edwardian-meal-with-a-wine-pairing hungry? If you have the kind of hunger that crumbly Sweet Tarts can’t satisfy, consider the Gilded Age Dining program at the Lightner Museum. The meal will consist of food from historic Alcazar Hotel menus from the 1890s to the 1920s, thoughtfully prepared by […]
- Model Train Display at The Oldest House
Well, here’s a childhood fantasy come true: a model train set that you can control. Now you’ll have your chance: the Windows to the Past: American Flyer display will be on exhibit at the Oldest House from December 1-10. Model trains – and so close to Christmas morning! There will be five different trains that […]