Historic inn offering cozy accommodation and a unhurried pace
Located in the historic city of St. Augustine, Florida, the Kenwood Inn offers traditional bed and breakfast accommodation ideal for those visiting the Northeastern Florida coast.
The inn, which has continually welcomed guests through its doors since 1886, features 13 unique guestrooms, each of which features homely and classic dcor and furniture. The tropic feel of Florida is prevalent, as are hardwood floors and polished furniture.
All rooms are accompanied by a private bathroom, which features luxurious spa-style bath amenities free of charge. Rooms include cable television, alarm clock radio, and hairdryer. Some rooms feature luxurious four poster beds, ideal for couples enjoying a romantic weekend. Beds are fitted with stylish sheets and luxury bedding.
Guests staying at the inn can enjoy a hearty breakfast including hot dishes and continental choices. Breakfast can be taken in the hotel dining room, in the privacy of your own guestroom, or even in the Kenwoods tropical courtyard. The courtyard itself, which features a Koi pond, is a fine place to relax during the daytime, or into the Florida evening.
The Kenwood also offers function spaces suitable for both celebratory events and business meetings. From wedding receptions to family reunions, from training events to business seminars, the property offers the facilities and amenities needed to host a successful event.
The Kenwood Inn offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy the many attractions and activities that can be found in the area. The city of St. Augustine is rich with cultural and historic heritage. Having been founded in 1565, the city is the oldest continuously occupied European-founded city in the United States.
This heritage is celebrated in a number of St. Augustines buildings and destinations, including the Castillo de San Marcos and the Fort Matanzas National Monument. The former is the oldest masonry fort in the U.S. whilst the latter is a fort constructed by the Spanish in the 1740s.
Much of the city center itself is considered to be of historic merit also. Visitors to the city will also find a number of museums and galleries within the citys streets. The Lightner Museum, Ximenez-Fatio Museum, and St. Augustine Art Association can all be found within a few minutes walk of the Kenwood.
Visitors looking for something a little more contemporary will find a number of attractions and activities that will bring them crashing back to the 21st Century. The city houses a Ripleys Believe It Or Not odditorium as well as the World Golf Hall of Fame. Those that enjoy exhibits dedicated to the likes of Arnold Palmer and Lee Trevino may also enjoy a round or two at one of the nearby courses.
The city is also home to a number of shopping centers, antique stores, boutiques, and restaurants, all of which combine to make for an enjoyable afternoon in the city. Other popular city features include Marineland and St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park.
Of course, the Florida coastline is also perfect for those looking to relax or enjoy an adrenaline rush. Guests at the Kenwood Inn can make their way to the beach to enjoy sunbathing, swimming, and surfing, or head out onto the Atlantic waters in search of whales.