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Stay in a Haunted Inn

Kenwood Inn

Want to stay at a Haunted Inn while visiting St. Augustine? The Kenwood Inn, on quiet Marine Street, has been a B&B for over 100 years. It is very close to restaurants and shopping and the bay front. Very nice location in the oldest part of downtown. A stone throw from the very haunted O.C. White’s Restaurant. The rooms at Kenwood Inn that are reputed to be the most haunted are room nr 7,9 and 10. The most famous active ghost has been the ghost of Raymond. You can hear the stories of Raymond and other ghosts of Kenwood Inn and other places of St. Augustine on our GhoSt Augustine riding ghost tour that usually stops at the Kenwood every night. To book a room, simply call the very friendly Innkeepers at 904-824-2116

More Info About the Kenwood Inn

The building itself is one of the best examples of Queen Anne Victorian architecture and St. Augustine’s history and grandeur. Originally built as an inn between 1865 and 1886, The Kenwood Inn seems simultaneously massive and cozy, welcoming you into each room with elegant, antique and reproduction furnishings and classic decor. The gorgeous, high-ceiling parlor, living room, and dining areas are as comfortable as they are gracious. The fireplaces and sweeping bay windows make the space warm and inviting, particularly the baby grand piano which beckons guests to play a tune or two.

Homemade gourmet breakfast is served each day including selection of juices, fruit, parfait, cereals, granola, yogurt, and freshly baked pastries. Also featured are hot entrees such as quiche, Eggs Benedict, omelets and more. Plus on weekends sip on Bloody Marys and Mimosas. Breakfast can be enjoyed in the dining rooms, in the Inn’s lush, tropical, private courtyard (complete with Koi pond), or even enjoyed in the comfort of your room.

This three-story bed and breakfast inn features 13 unique and comfortable rooms and suites with a variety of stunning views which may include the bay, the Inn’s pool, the courtyard, and the charming, historic streets which surround the Inn. Guestrooms can include antique, traditional or contemporary furnishings, plush carpet, and fireplaces. Others offer hardwood floors, Jacuzzis, showers with body massaging heads, and hammocks on balconies. One suite, taking up the third floor, even has a spacious living room and balcony with views of the bay.

Whether celebrating a honeymoon, anniversary, family reunion, girl’s weekend, golfing trip, romantic getaway, or long-awaited vacation, The Kenwood Inn has the perfect room and amenities for you.