Bed and Breakfast Florida

Florida might not be the first state that pops into your head if you’re thinking of staying in a bed and breakfast but don’t sleep on the Sunshine State! Florida bed and breakfasts are some of the most charming and unique places to stay in the country, providing ocean views, delicious breakfasts, and wonderful hosts that are there to make your stay magical.

Bed and Breakfast Florida

This oceanfront Bed and Breakfast in St. Augustine, Florida is an intimate setting, perfect for romance and relaxation. Enjoy spectacular ocean views and a tranquil atmosphere. Relax in the outdoor heated pool & Jacuzzi surrounded by tropical flowers. All the attractions of downtown St. Augustine are just 10 minutes away. Recipient of the Three Diamond rating from AAA.

Visitors today find echoes of our colorful past in the tranquil ambiance of the St. Francis Inn. Enter the Inn from brick-paved St. George Street, through the wrought iron archway into the walled garden courtyard. Here a fountained pond is fed from an artesian well at St. Augustine's historic "Oldest House," just a block away on old St. Francis Street. The courtyard is a relaxing oasis, with lush banana trees, bougainvillea and colorful tropical flowers. Guests frequently enjoy their breakfasts in the courtyard and often gather there for the evening social hour. The towering trees provide cool shade in the summer, and the gas firepit is a favorite guest spot on a winter evening for making Inn s'mores! Just around the corner from the courtyard is the Inn's inground temperature-controlled swimming pool, a private retreat in all seasons. (See the arrangement of these outdoor Guest Common Areas on our Property Map)

At the Heart of the Historic District we are located steps to museums, restaurants and shops. Our rooms have queen and king beds, some with fireplaces, jacuzzi tubs. Lovely wrap around porch for guest to enjoy the sites and sounds of the City.

Casa de Suenos is an intimate bed and breakfast inn, 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. 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 buffet breakfasts, evening socials, free off-street parking, and wi-fi. The Mediterranean styling of the Casa, with archways, palladian windows, tile roof and open balconies, sets the stage for serenity and coziness.

Azaleana Manor is a stunning waterfront Jacksonville wedding venue located right on the scenic St. Johns River. The 10,000 square foot mansion has been renovated with careful attention to its historical charm, while attending to every modern convenience to turn this beauty into an event destination to remember. The manor sits on 4 acres of beautiful historic property, which boasts of 325 feet of riverside on the bluff of the St John’s River. The Manor will host Weddings, Rehearsal Dinners, Baby Showers, Bridal Showers, Corporate Events, Navy Functions, Birthday Parties, Graduation Parties, Group Luncheons and much more. The mansion is your private home for your event. You and your invitees have the luxury of being the only guests. Rental of the property includes a luxurious bridal suite beautifully decorated with an array of full length mirrors, grooms room and guest rooms. The staff at Azaleana can provide breakfast, snacks or lunch plus catering for your special day is available from our preferred list of licensed and approved caterers. The venue offers dinner seating capacity for more than 150 guests, a built-in bar, full catering kitchen and a choice of ceremony sites with the impressive river as a background. The great room has a 14 foot ceiling with beautiful crystal chandeliers and expansive views of the river. The wood lined library room is stunning and houses nearly 1,000 books. The carefully maintained grounds of more that 4 acres, with 100 year old oaks, offers a multitude of choices for beautiful pictures, quiet walks and gathering spots. There is ample parking for you and your guests. Lodging: You and your guests will enjoy the modern conveniences of a boutique hotel in 6 luxurious rooms included in your rate: free high speed internet, central air conditioning and heating private en suite bathroom, hairdryer, luxury linens and towels bedside reading lamps and clock with docking station Complimentary self serve refreshments Event Specs: Inside 150 max guests, outdoor options up to 200 guests Use of all table & chair inventory Day of event coordinator (with extra charge) Discount for all couples booking 2019 weddings, please call us at 904-930-7514 or 904-375-8389 to inquire.

This award winning, National Historic Register in Monticello, FL bed and breakfast Inn is located very near Tallahassee FL in the panhandle . It offers luxurious rooms and accommodations. Enjoy a full served local breakfast and we are able to accommodate special dietary needs. Every large room has a private baths, free hi speed wifi. - satellite TV and Netflix Our bnb in welcomes pets and famiies. On site parking on our original landscaped one acre Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next antebellum escape to quaint Monticello, Florida. Lots of area activities and shopping.

A cozy, ocean-themed bed and breakfast in a Craftsman bungalow with 7 colorful private-bath guestrooms located in Historic Downtown New Smyrna Beach, FL Our spacious rooms feature private bathrooms with whirlpool tubs, queen size beds, internet connectivity, televisions, and a refrigerator. Relax and enjoy any number of outdoor sitting areas. The Dining room offers 24 hour coffee, tea, and cookies. Many local artists have contributed to this unique old Florida atmosphere. Come experience it for yourself!

Our location, in St. Martins Marsh Aquatic Preserve near Crystal River Florida, offers a unique escape to travelers. We’re in the heart of the Ozello area where the Black Creek kisses the shores of our private island, connected by a short bridge to the mainland. The result, a waterfront oasis surrounded by nature. Our Bed and Breakfast thematic rooms were inspired by music. Every detail was created to enhance the guests’ experience, from our name Crystal River Lullaby Bed & Breakfast to our four luxury guest rooms: Tango Music Suite, Classical Music Suite, Country Music Suite, and Celtic Music Suite. Sleep deeply on comfortable mattresses with luxurious “Comphy” sheets. Awaken to the wonderful smells of a gluten-free gourmet breakfast included with your stay. Breakfast is served every morning in the dining room, on the large screened porch overlooking the water, or if you prefer, in the privacy of your room. The property is located on a 3.5 acre private island. It is graced with shade provided by heavily forested natural vegetation, including mature trees and shrubs surrounding the residence. The property also includes covered free parking, a dock leading to the water with tie-downs (bring your boat!) sink, counter and lighting, a boat ramp, and wood deck with fire pit. We also provide bikes and kayaks for your pleasure. Outside we have a sitting area on the beautiful screened deck overlooking the waters of the St Martins Marsh Aquatic Preserve. You can enjoy your breakfast on the deck, watch for wildlife (sometimes you can observe dolphins passing by!), or play a game on the soccer table.

Welcome to The Addison on Amelia Island, located in the peaceful seaside village of Fernandina Beach, on beautiful Amelia Island, Florida. Our 14 uniquely appointed rooms combine Old Florida elegance with modern conveniences that the discriminating traveler expects. We are within walking distance of dining, shopping, museums, river cruises, historic homes and the beach and Ft. Clinch State Park are just a bike ride away! The Addison on Amelia Island is a boutique inn providing guests comfort and elegance in the historic seaside village of Fernandina Beach, on Florida's Amelia Island. The inn is made up of 3 antebellum-style buildings surrounding a tranquil central courtyard with lush gardens and a fountain. We offer 14 charming guestrooms, all with private baths, and many with private or semi-private porches. We serve a delicious gourmet breakfast each morning, and a happy hour on the veranda each afternoon.

Come and stay in Tallahassee's only REAL Bed & Breakfast. Serving travelers since 2003, we invite you to relax and enjoy the Capital City's charm and experience a little piece of England in Florida! With three exquisitely furnished rooms, all with private, en-suite bathrooms, the Little English Guesthouse is the ultimate combination of modern amenities and comfort from "across the pond". In addition to your own bathroom, each room also has a hairdryer, curling iron, fluffy white robes, complimentary shampoo, soap and more. All rooms have flat screen TVs, free WIFI, ceiling fans, iron+board, clock radio and more! Our parking is complimentary and we also offer complimentary snacks and beverages. Our casual breakfast (fresh coffee, hot tea, choice of flakey croissants, whole grain muffins, toast or deluxe bagels, whole grain cereals, fresh seasonal fruits, choice of yogurts, cottage cheese or boiled eggs, granola, juices), is available early or late for those sleeping in a bit. Just 4 miles from downtown and 1 mile from the Interstate, we're in the perfect location for all the major places in Tallahassee. Check out our website for the best rates and 360 videos as well as photos. We look forward to meeting you and providing a PROPER night's rest!

Experience modern convenience in a 1913 Historic home located in downtown Kissimmee. Our B&B is close to Orlando area theme parks and attractions. Walk to antique malls, restaurants, boutiques and Lake Toho where some of the best bass fishing in the USA can be found.

This Lithia, FL bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Florida. Enjoy a Gourmet breakfast, and Coffee pot in room, and Hair dryer. Our BnB in Lithia provides Complimentary high-speed wireless Internet and the Individual air conditioning units (In Suites) without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Lithia, Florida.

Strawberry House Bed & Breakfast located in Plant City, Florida, is nestled within a quiet historic community between Tampa Bay and Orlando in Central Florida. Our bed and breakfast is walking distance to Downtown Plant City and within a short distance to major Florida attractions. View our activities page for a list of local events and attractions.

This Brandon bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Florida. Enjoy a delicious breakfast and relax in the calming atmosphere during your stay.Our BnB in Brandon provides storied rooms that are decorated with pre-Civil War heirlooms and Amish pieces and have varying amenities including canopy beds, skylights, fireplaces and patios. Some rooms share a bathroom without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in Brandon, Florida.

Centrally located, Pirate’s Point Resort in Ruskin, FL is just off the beaten path, yet close enough to the attractions of Orlando as well as the shopping from Tampa to St Armands Circle (link) as well as the white sand beaches of Anna Maria island, Sarasota, and LongBoat Key. All units are state of the art, completely furnished with resort style décor, with top of the line amenities including plasma TV’s with wireless internet and a private heated swimming pool.

An intimate historic retreat, The Courtyard at Lake Lucerne is the perfect getaway tucked in a charming garden setting in the heart of downtown Orlando. Walking distance to the Dr. Phillips Center for the Perform Arts, Church St., Lake Eola, Camping World Stadium, and downtown Orlando Amway and Camping World Stadium are a few minutes drive away.

Alternative Lodging with Music Themed rooms to Jazz, Blues, Folk, Country & Rock n Roll.

The Edgewater Hotel Bed & Breakfast in Winter Garden, Florida is an Orlando area Bed & Breakfast which is rich in history and charm. We hope to see you soon!!

This Melbourne, FL bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Florida. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, and we offer our guests the choice of five clean & comfortable rooms. Each room is unique and delightfully furnished. Flat-screen TV’s Central Air; Free WiFi; Hair Dryers and Irons/boards and free off-street parking for your convenience. While staying with Curt & Jeannie at Crane Creek Inn you will have all the comforts of home while experiencing a laid-back, easygoing atmosphere. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next Caribbean escape in Melbourne, Florida.

Windemere Inn by the Sea is located East of Melbourne on the beach We are a luxury oceanfront B&B with stunning rooms & gourmet breakfasts. Call 1 321 728 9334

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Spencer House Inn, circa 1872, is located just 2 blocks from the Cumberland Island Ferry in St. Marys, GA. Spencer House Inn is a member of Select Registry and part of the 2019 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame. Be our guest and let us help you experience the charming lifestyle of our breathtaking Georgia coastline. We look forward to welcoming you to our Inn. Your adventures in St. Marys and on Cumberland Island begin here!

Enjoy a good night's rest and a hearty breakfast at The Goodbread House Bed and Breakfast in historic St. Mary’s Georgia. Just steps from the historic waterfront, there's plenty to do—shopping, strolling, dining, and more—just a short stroll from your front door. <b>Receive 15% off on a mid-week stay- mention BnBFinder to get the discount.

This St. Mary's, Georgia bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Georgia. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next getaway in St. Mary's, GA.

A Historic Landmark Experience in the heart of Jekyll Island, GA. Ranked among the top 500 resorts in the world by Travel & Leisure, the Jekyll Island Club Hotel is situated on an unhurried, unspoiled barrier island along Georgia’s spectacular Atlantic coast.

St Simons Inn By the Lighthouse bed and breakfast is located in Saint Simons Island, GA, just steps from dining, shopping, sightseeing tours, the beach and so much more. Everything you could wish for in a charming oceanfront village!

This St. Simons, GA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Georgia. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, and Balconies, and Operable Windows & Sliding Doors. Our BnB in St. Simons provides In-Room Electronic Safe and the Mini-Fridge, Microwave without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in St. Simons, Georgia.

Award winning inn, featured in Southern Living Magazine, Coastal Living Magazine and more! Nestled under the ancient live oak trees and between the parks and the historic oceanfront Village, you will find our unique Inn on Saint Simons Island. The small and intimate guesthouse and Inn is the perfect setting for your wedding, reunion, business meeting or any private function.

This Burnswick, GA bed and breakfast offers 5 luxurious rooms and accommodations in GA. Enjoy a Gourmet breakfast, Wireless Internet and cable TV. Our bnb in Burnswick, provides queen size beds and king size beds without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in Burnswick, GA

Book and Table was initially established on North Patterson Street in Downtown Valdosta with three rooms available for rent to anyone needing a place to sleep while visiting the town.

Accessible only by boat and allowing just 30 overnight guests, a special place providing comfort in a natural setting.

Southern hospitality meets graceful grandeur, in a location that is rich with historic elegance, and rare to the present hustle and bustle.

An AAA 4 Diamond, elegant, romantic, Victorian Inn laced with gracious southern charm and hospitality. Located near several colleges and universities, you are invited to reserve your lodging or accommodations needs at this historic Thomasville, Georgia, Bed and Breakfast -- a welcome hotel alternative.

Welcome to The Barber-Tucker Inn ideally located in Moultrie, GA and minutes away from many area shops, restaurants and galleries.

This Sunbury, GA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Georgia. Enjoy a full southern breakfast, and Wi-Fi and cable TV. Our bnb in Sunbury provides private bath without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next barn escape in Sunbury, Georgia.

This Bainbridge bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Georgia. Enjoy breakfast in our comfortable room tastefully decorated for your relaxation. Our BnB in Bainbridge provides elegant and spacious rooms equipped to ensure comfort without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in Bainbridge, Georgia.

Explore Bed and Breakfasts in Florida

No other state contains so many incredible destinations like St. Augustine, Key West, Amelia Island, and Cedar Key, all filled to the brim with exquisite b&b’s. Whether you’re looking for beautiful beaches or amazing history, bed and breakfasts in Florida have something for everyone.  Looking to hit a bed and breakfast in Key West, Florida? Check out the Tropical Inn, located on popping Duval Street and within walking range of almost everything you’d want to see on the island. The Inn’s got tropical gardens, a waterfall pool, and a spa if you’re looking to pamper yourself.

If you’re looking to check out Miami or Ft. Lauderdale , there are tons of bed and breakfast in South Florida to choose from. SoBeYou Tropical Bed & Breakfast is the spot to be if you’re up for discovering the best of South Beach and all of the exciting nightlife and unique art deco style that comes with the territory. Add on the fact that they’re pet friendly and serve up breakfast by the swimming pool, and you’ve got a certified winner.

Orlando is world-famous for its countless theme parks and attractions. A bed and breakfast in Central Florida will put you right in the middle of the action. We recommend The Wellborn Hotel, where you’ll feel like you’re on a private garden getaway even though you’re right in the heart of Orlando.  The state of Florida is chock full of incredible sights to see and places to visit no matter where your vacation takes you. Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL brings in visitors from around the world so if you’re traveling with any youngsters, this is a can’t miss stop on your vacation. Kennedy Space Station is home to some of the best U.S. astronaut history and features tours that bring you behind the scenes and show off where the most famous launches happened. 

Miami, Key West, and Tampa are more lively cities and feature all of the upscale dining, entertainment, and nightlife you could ever ask for. Miami’s South Beach hardly needs an introduction, but don’t forget about gems like Tampa, FL where you can visit the Florida Aquarium, Busch Gardens, and the burgeoning Tampa Riverwalk.

    Things to do

  • Everybody knows the hotspots in Florida but there are also hidden gems if you know where to look. New Smyrna Beach is extremely popular with surfers and located just south of Daytona Beach (if you’re into NASCAR). The Canal Street Historic District features restaurants, shops, and also the NSB Museum of Natural History. If you’re looking for another option for a great beach with fewer crowds, then Melbourne Beach might be your place. Walk to the end of the romantic Melbourne Beach Pier and catch a sunset you’ll remember.

    Palm Beach is another destination worth checking out. Long famous as one of the glitziest towns outside of Beverly Hills, Palm Beach has loads of upscale restaurants & bars along Worth Avenue. The main attraction here is the Henry Flagler Museum, located inside his 75 room Gilded Age mansion. You won’t want to miss his residence or the history behind his development of much of the great state of Florida.

  • Activities

  • It’s tough to narrow down a suggested list of activities since there are literally hundreds of incredible options all over the state. If you’re into nature, the Everglades National Park (known simply as the Everglades in Florida) is over one million acres of pristine wetlands that’s home to Manatees, Gators, and even the elusive Florida Panther!

    If you’re trying to have some drinks and live life a little bit, Key West is where you want to be. With bars littering Duval street, there’s a bar for every type of person imaginable. There’s also Key West’s famous Key Lime pie and gorgeous beaches to see too, of course.

    Duval Gardens is the perfect bed and breakfast to launch you into any activity on the island. Rent bikes and pedal past gorgeous beaches, or gather some friends and hit the town. The world is yours when you stay in Key West, and especially near Duval street.

  • Weather

  • The weather in Florida is for the most part, hot and humid. If you’re looking to get some cooler weather than it’s probably best to visit between February and May. The summer months can be brutal at times and also attract the most visitors, meaning every theme park, beach, or shopping complex might be filled to the brim with people.

    Florida’s prone to random rain showers at all times of the day so be sure to pack your raincoat. Since the state’s land mass is so long & stretched out, there are different climates based on whether you’re in Northwest, North, Central, or South Florida. The temperature in Key West might be very different from the temperature in Tampa or Orlando on the same day.

    Since the weather can be so random, make sure to plan ahead based on what month you’re visiting and local forecasts. You won’t want the weather to ruin your vacation so be prepared!

  • Food and Drink

  • If you’re visiting Florida you’re going to be eating well no matter where you go. Seafood, Steaks, you name it and Florida has it. Columbia Restaurant is universally applauded for their take on authentic Columbian cuisine, and incredibly authentic atmosphere that’ll make you think you landed in South America.

    If you’re in Key West go to The Lobster Shack Key West for some of the most mouthwatering seafood in the country, fresh caught every day. Their lobster rolls are renowned for being unbelievably plump and juicy. For a view of the ocean, Conch Republic Seafood Company is your spot. Delicious seafood and incredible drinks overlooking the marina. What’s not to like?

    In Central Florida? Kres Chophouse offers tender steaks that are hard to beat in Florida, let alone most other places.. Tampa houses a restaurant that’s worshipped by locals. Bern’s Steakhouse is an institution and features everything you’d expect at a top notch steak place. Add the fact that they have a seperate “dessert room” and you might fly down just to eat there.

  • History

  • Florida’s unique history is almost completely different to any other state in America. The long history of European colonial rule with periods of rule by the Spanish and the rich history of indian tribes like the Seminoles (the only Indians never to formally come to peace with the U.S. government) means there are tons of fascinating places to discover throughout the state.

    The conquistador Juan Ponce de Leon originally called the state “La Pascua Florida” due to the luscious landscape and fact that it was the Easter season when he discovered the land. After many years of Spanish rule and a brief period of British rule, Florida officially  became the 27th state in the United States in 1845.

    Florida quickly became a haven for northerners seeking warmer weather and escape from the harsh winters. Railroad development led by pioneers like Henry Flagler further opened up the state to expansion and settling, which has resulted in Florida now being the 3rd most populated state in the U.S.

    Today, Florida is a destination for people from around the globe & has been nicknamed “The Sunshine State” for obvious reasons. A fun fact: Disney World is spread across 30,500 acres and is the same size as San Francisco. There’s no better place than Florida to book a B&B and experience all of the exquisite history the Sunshine State has to offer.

  • Natural Features

  • Florida is famous for its plentiful beaches and crystal clear waters that attract so many visitors year after year. There are numerous rivers like the St. Johns River where you can paddle on kayaks or canoes while spotting creatures like the playful Manatee and more. Florida’s west coast and east coast are quite different since they’re shaped by two different bodies of water (The Gulf of Mexico & the Atlantic Ocean) and there are pros and cons to both.

    The Panhandle and West Florida have gorgeous sugar sand beaches and tend to be more relaxed while the East Coast has the warm waters of the Atlantic and spots like Jacksonville, Miami, and Cocoa Beach to explore.

    As far as landscape goes, Florida is one of the flattest states in the U.S. There is hardly any elevation, but there are tons and tons of Orange Trees which produce world-famous orange juice!

    No matter where you choose to stay in Florida you’ll always have some interesting nature around you. There are hundreds of species of birds, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals roaming through the Florida wilderness. Just watch out for Alligators!

Bed and Breakfast Florida FAQ

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  • Why Stay at a B&B in Florida?

    A bed and breakfast inn around Florida gives you the perfect chance to visit the state from the viewpoint of a local. Instead of charmless chain hotels, a bed and breakfast provides a fresh perspective whether you’re in Gainesville or Duval street in Key West. There’s nothing better than waking up to a fresh breakfast brought to your door by your friendly innkeeper, and then enjoying a coffee as you look out at the ocean. That’s just a taste of what you get in a Florida bed and breakfast.

    Romantic weekend tickling your fancy? Many of the B&Bs in Florida have luxury suites where you can stretch out and relax with your special someone. Another reason why so many people love Florida B&Bs is the fact that they’re rich with history. From old plantation houses to Spanish style homes, you never know what you’re gonna get in Florida. There are such a wide range of bungalows, mansions, cottages, and more to choose from that you’ll never run out of options.

    For your dream getaway, you don’t have to hit the hotspots either. Skip Miami and visit Indialantic, a charming little beach town nestled on Florida’s east coast. Hop past Orlando and discover Apalachicola, a quiet fishing town with miles of incredible beaches that’s adjacent to St. George Island. There are many good B&B choices to be found wherever you go to give you that local flavor.

    They say Florida is a state made up of “multiple states” with each region bringing a different culture to the table. There’s no better way to understand Florida in detail than to stay in a B&B that’s right in the middle of the action. You’ll be able to check out a historic district, hit the beach, and discover the nightlife all in a day!

    From Gainesville to Duval in Key West to Flagler & his mansion in Palm Beach, a bed and breakfast is the best way to feel like you’re truly a part of history, while enjoying unrivaled service.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a bed & breakfast in Florida?

    Bed and breakfasts are famous for their amenities, with the fan favorite being the incredible innkeepers that make your stay so special. The personal care and attention they provide in combination with their knowledge of the area gives you an experience that you can’t replicate with a larger chain hotel.

    Expect free parking at almost all Florida B&Bs, as well as free wifi and quick check-in since they usually only host a few guests at a time. Guest rooms often feature a Jacuzzi like private bathtub so you can unwind after a long day exploring. The rooms can range from a variety of styles since Florida is so eclectic and has such a different vibe depending on where you are in the state.

    A Victorian house might be a common sight in St. Augustine but a beach bungalow is the norm in Key West. No matter what style you select, a boutique & charming experience awaits you. Oh, and since this is Florida there’s a swimming pool wherever you look!

  • How can I get around Florida?

    One of the best perks about staying in a bed and breakfast is the proximity to the beach or the main attraction if you’re more inland (like St. Augustine or Orlando). The cute little beach towns usually have inns that are a short distance from the water or at least walking distance from the beach itself.

    Oceanfront B&Bs are one of Florida’s specialties. What other state provides so much coastline and so many charming options for a beachfront stay? Very few.

    That being said, it’s usually recommended that you rent a car if you’re going to be traveling throughout Florida. The state is very large and having a car makes it so much easier to hop from place to place.

  • What Are the Different Types of Bed and Breakfasts in Florida?

    Florida’s blessed with a massive range of bed and breakfast options for you to sort through. As mentioned before, the state has so much diversity that no matter what you have in mind, a bed and breakfast exists for it.

    Most likely you’re going to Florida to check out the beaches, right? For a five star bed and breakfast on the beach in Florida, check out the Port d’Hiver B&B in Melbourne Beach, FL. This is seriously one of the most gorgeous inns around and sits just 200 feet from the Atlantic Ocean for stunning views and an easy walk to the beach. The property is beach styled (obviously) and features private porches, a spa pool, and four Island style buildings to choose from when you stay.

    Another one of the best bed and breakfasts in Florida is the St. Francis Inn in St. Augustine, FL. As you enter  the Inn from the charming brick laid St. George St., you'll notice the lush gardens and banana trees lining the property. St. Francis gives you a fresh taste of Florida and the gorgeous flora that the state is known for. The inground temperature controlled swimming pool isn’t a bad touch either.

    If you’re looking for a romantic bed and breakfast in Florida, you’re in luck. Windermere Inn by the Sea in stunning Indialantic, FL or the Black Dolphin Inn are the perfect place to whisk your partner away to.

    Each part of Florida has incredible options when it comes to B&Bs so there’s something for everyone.

    Enjoy the Sunshine State and stay in a B&B!