No matter what time of year you decide to visit, Florida’s beach town of St. Augustine is a marvelous choice. It’s packed with history, coastal scenery, and a laid back culture — offering a relaxing vacation for anyone who passes through. As an added bonus, even in America’s oldest standing city, there are many beautiful places to stay, blending old world charm with modern style. Check out these three vacation rentals showcasing exactly that, making all three locations fantastic options you can book for your St. Augustine getaway.
Situated in the heart of St. Augustine’s historic district, this cute cottage sleeps a party of four. It is a ten minute walk away from Castillo de San Marcos, less than five minutes away from Flagler College, and just steps from a handful of local restaurants.
You will that the cottage shares a deck with Relampago Coffee Lab right next door. You can grab a cup of joe and enjoy it while reading a book outside in Florida’s beautiful warm weather.
The cottage is has been a part of the city’s history since the early 1800s, known to be one of three Territorial Florida Period buildings still standing in St. Augustine. Because parking is limited in the area, there is only one parking space available for guests across the street.
La Casita de Rosemary truly gives you a fun, Florida beach town vibe with its custom design. You are immediately welcomed by pops of color throughout the entire home, both from the property’s exterior and when you step inside.
You’ll notice the decor looks like a space that would be featured in a coastal-themed interior design magazine. Six guests can utilize the space comfortably, with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and just enough dining seating for everyone.
In the backyard, you will find spacious patio seating so you can spend quality time with your travel buddies under the sun. A place like this is exactly what you need for a lovely beach getaway!
Step into the Tinner’s House, a property once home to St. Augustine’s tinsmith, within close proximity to the city’s Intercoastal Waterway. The home exudes a coastal energy from every angle, with interior that represents the sand, the ocean, and earthy wooden decor.
With three bedrooms, the property sleeps ten guests comfortably near the beach and downtown St. Augustine. It’s a great location for families to enjoy all the popular attractions of the city.
From the balcony, you can see views of the water from the distance, and have the convenience of launching the property’s two kayaks from the community’s boat launch.