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Beach Wedding: Not just Neutrals

I’ve gotten so many comments on the colored beach decor I shared yesterday (thanks to everyone who repinned it from our Pinterest board!), I thought that I’d share a shot from another recent event with a colorful beach theme. Shannon and Dave got married with us in June. They rented our entire inn, and planned … Read More

Boho Wedding Decor at the Beach

Weddings should reflect the couple getting married. For some people, that means an all-white¬†sophisticated affair; for others, it means casual elegance with khaki pants, white shirts and a dress with flip flops. For Mary Ann and Matt, it meant a colorful, fun vibe with an emphasis on happiness. Mary Ann chose a palette of brights–including … Read More

Snickerdoodle Sunday!

Mary is making a time consuming happy hour (hot ham and cheese roll ups, hot spinach dip, and a garlic cheese ball), so she’s opted for an easy dessert today–her famous “Don’t Tell Busy Day Cookies”. Just in case you have a busy day yourself sometime, here’s the recipe. But you have to promise not … Read More

Flowers of the Day: Yellow Hibiscus

It is amazing how many people stop to take pictures of our yellow hibiscus. I planted them two years ago because I wanted something bright and sunny…and I wanted a deep, vibrant yellow (not a lemony color). The red centers of this variety makes them seem even more sunshine-y. And the best news of all? … Read More

3 Things to Pack for a Trip to St. Augustine, FL

You already know where to stay in St. Augustine (hint: it’s the Bayfront Marin House). But what to bring for your trip? Here are our top three tips: 1. Walking shoes. There are a lot of ways to see St. Augustine–there are trolleys, pedicabs, boats, bikes, segways, carriages, and golf carts–but the very best way … Read More

Nighttime Weddings: Six Things to Remember to End the Big Night

When my parents got married, there was only one way to send the couple off–with handfuls of hard rice thrown up in the air. It was a nice party atmosphere–kind of an edible confetti–and it served happy couples on their big day for a long, long time. Now there are so many other ways to … Read More

El Galeon Continues Her Stay through 2015

Now the hub can relax. Well, not really, because he’s crazy busy. Which is why he still hasn’t gone to see El Galeon, the 170′ wooden galleon docked in the marina. He has a great view of it from the inn, but he wants to go on board. First, the ship was going to stay … Read More

Local Secrets: Cuban Food

The Ponce de Leon mall–like a lot of malls–is a lot of empty space. Belk”s is on one side, and JC Penney is on the other, and a Sears appliance store is somewhere in the middle…but other than that, it’s pretty quiet there. (Before we moved, I once suggested that the Ravens move their training … Read More

June House Concert: Francis Dunnery

There is nothing like seeing a musician in a small venue. Francis Dunnery, an English musician, singer/songwriter, record producer and record label owner, will be performing a house concert in our dining room on June 23 at 7:30. Tickets are $30 for the general public, and $20 for guests of the inn. If you had … Read More

Stay Small, Stay Safe

The health and safety of our hotel guests and staff are our top priority, and we have made some important changes to prepare for your visit to St. Augustine. Find out how you can stay small, stay safe and we hope to welcome you soon!

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