It may feel you and your partner, the warm Florida sun, and the Atlantic breeze are all that exist at the intimate Elizabeth Pointe Lodge. The complimentary, home-style breakfast will fuel you for the day; the wine and hors’ devours will keep you going in the afternoon for sun and sailing on the 13 miles of beaches just steps from your room. Fernandina Beach is perfect for an evening of fine dining too. Whether you're staying in the Main House, Ocean House, or Miller Cottage, your experience will be unique in character. You'll find private sunning decks facing the ocean, large, marble soaking tubs, and lounge chairs all radiating romance and comfort. So, for a private getaway for two, look no further than Elizabeth Pointe Lodge.
98 S Fletcher Avenue, Amelia Island, FL 32034
During your stay, make a stop at Fort Clinch State Park or check out the Historic Area Walking tours. The Kelly Seahorse Ranch is also a fun stop for some horseback riding.
Your stay at Elizabeth Pointe Lodge includes your choice of an oversized soaking tub or Rain Forest shower, a full oceanfront breakfast each morning, a daily morning newspaper, and many other luxuries.
Fernandina Beach, Florida
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Private. Eclectic. Historic. Amelia Oceanfront Bed & Breakfast houses six unique suites overlooking the Atlantic. After a breakfast prepared and delivered by Han, the innkeeper, search the white sand for treasures, or pedal down the road to the historic district for fresh shrimp. Wake each morning to the sound of shrimping boats as they make their way out to sea and drift each night into dreamland to the waves out your windows. Amelia Oceanfront B&B is a wonder by the sea! No two of their suites are the same, and they bring the ocean to you with breathtaking views. From antique furniture to calming hues, you'll get lost in all the romance that abounds.
584 S Fletcher Avenue, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
During your stay at Amelia Oceanfront stay, check out the Amelia Island Light House that was build in 1838. Or, head to Fort Clinch State Park, which features period re-enactors from the 19th century.
Amelia Oceanfront Bed & Breakfast was built in 1938 right into the dunes on the ocean!
Set in the historic district of Fernandina Beach, three 1870s-style buildings, the main house built in 1876, surround the oak-shaded courtyard and fountain leading to the front veranda. These three houses of the Addison keep 15 unique rooms, for your own unique Amelia Island experience. After a breakfast at the Inn, skip a block or two for historic treasures, art galleries, and shops. The dining is exquisite. Try 29 South for that bistro experience or Le Clos for some French cuisine. The Addison on Amelia brings tranquility together with romance. Each room provides a splash of elegance with hardwood floors mimicking the four-poster beds. Many rooms have jetted baths fit for two and perfect for soaking before slipping between the soft 600-thread count sheets. It's the perfect place for a couple's escape.
614 Ash Street, Amelia Island, FL 32034
The Addison on Amelia is an historic building. The main building has been used as a private home, an infirmary during the Yellow Fever epidemic, a doctor's office, a rooming house for mil workers, and a daycare for children. It still contains its original wood floors, 11 1/2 foot ceilings, and five (decorative) fireplaces.
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Breakfast at the Addison is a fresh and flavorful experience, as much of their produce and other ingredients are from local sources.
Longing for luxury and white sand? The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island won’t fall short. Located along the dunes and miles of beaches, the towering eight stories of the Ritz-Carlton’s accommodations meet your every desire, and every room has a private balcony for enjoying the salty ocean air. Three private boardwalks and daily activities immerse you into the sand and Atlantic; you’ll be a beach bum before you know it! Feed exotic fish, learn to surf, or doze on the beach under a giant umbrella. In addition to the Ritz-Carlton's luxurious accommodations, its location is impeccable; there's never a dull moment along the beach. Spend a morning learning to surf, or learn some of the area's vibrant history on the American Beach Bike Tour. There's always the option of the Island 5K Coastal Nature Walk, where a guide will lead you through Amelia Island's most beautiful scenery. It's all within your reach at the Ritz-Carlton!
4750 Amelia Island Parkway, Amelia Island, FL 32034
The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island offers daily activities for guests. Activities differ from week to week, season to season, but some activities include fish feeding, a variety of craft classes, hair treatments, learning to create cocktails, and so much more!
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Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island is home to five exquisite dining options: Salt, Cafe 4750, Eight Burger Bar & Sports Lounge, The Lobby Lounge, and the Ocean Bar & Grille. From seafood to southern inspired dishes, there's something for everyone.
The Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort spans 1,350 acres of romantic ocean views and offers endless possibilities. Tee off at one of Three Audubon International Certified Sanctuary golf courses. Paddleboat through preserved marshlands and experience the local wildlife. There’s always time to let loose at the adults-only infinity pool or, of course, meander along the shoreline hand in hand. Amelia Island Plantation offers guests both premier rooms and suites to meet all their desires. Each of its 404 rooms has an ocean view that will take your breath away any time of day. And, the modern beach decor and pillow top mattresses are an added, calming touch. Between the fun and relaxation, you’ll never want to leave the Plantation!
39 Beach Lagoon, Amelia Island, FL 32034
Number of resorts
Omni Hotels and Resorts has around 50 hotels and 14 resorts around North America.
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Amelia Island Planation offers daily activities for all ages. Rent a bike, golf cart, or Segway for a tour. The Nature Center is a great place to learn about and experience Amelia Island's beauty. There's also a spa to soothe your mind and body.
Quietly perched on Georgia’s southernmost point is Greyfield Inn on Cumberland Island. Cumberland Island is a preserved area where visitors are limited, ensuring an intimate affair with your partner. You'll be welcomed by the island’s wild horses, other wildlife, and acres of beaches. A southern delight, Greyfield Inn contains its original furniture and charm while meeting your modern needs. Enjoy wine from the cellar or stroll the beach; no matter your preference, Greyfield Inn is a secluded home away from home. Much like its surrounding landscape, Greyfield Inn is home to 11 rooms radiating character and romance. Expect mahogany furniture and views of salted marshland and moss draped oaks. Communication to the mainland is very limited, so expect a truly intimate experience with the one you love.
4 N 2nd Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Greyfield Inn provides a cool summer stay with air conditioning throughout the Inn. During the winter months, they keep the fires burning in the living and dining rooms for a warm ambiance.
Casual attire is appropriate for day while more formal attire is expected for evening. Gentlemen, bring a jacket for dinner, and ladies, comparable attire is a must.
Constructed in 1905, The Hoyt House welcomes you for an entitled bed & breakfast experience. Wake to a fresh, local, made-to-order breakfast, pedal through the village, soak in the pool or hot tub, and sip a cocktail from the in-house English pub. The Hoyt House is ready for you to relax. Choose from ten intimately unique rooms, or an overnight on the 39-foot yacht, where you will endure hospitality and charm of Fernandina Beach. Indulge in the outdoor pool and spanning sun deck. Take a dip in the jet spa and later enjoy a three course gourmet meal. Experience the treasures of the Hoyt House.
804 Atlantic Avenue, Amelia Island, FL 32034
The Hoyt House loves to celebrate special times throughout the year, and they invite you to celebrate too. Join them for the July 4th Bash, Labor Day Weekend, Hallo-Inn Spook, Thanksgiving Week, Christmas Week, and New Year's Eve for fun and specials.
Co-owners Myrta Defendini and Deborah Gold have traveled all around to gather the best of B&B's to create the Hoyt House. They combine quality, consistency, and attention to detail for a great Amelia Island vacation.
Mingle among the palm trees and ocean breezes at Amelia Hotel at the Beach. This family-owned retreat welcomes you to their family for your stay with the utmost hospitality and care. Being only a short distance from Fernandina Beach, you will be delighted by the possibilities. Watch dolphins play on an Amelia River Cruise, ride horseback along the beach, or grab a bite at Crab Trap for fresh, local seafood. Top it off with a cocktail by the pool during your stay at Amelia Hotel. Among the fun and the sun, Amelia Hotel has rooms that are warm and welcoming. Unwind to the ocean views and sounds of waves lapping on the sand. Reserve a suite where the Jacuzzi tub awaits and the fireplace is crackling. Amelia Hotel is the perfect treat.
1997 South Fletcher Avenue, Amelia Island, FL 32034
Check out the fun of Amelia Island during your stay at Amelia Hotel. Watch the dolphins play and wild horses frolic with Fernandina Marina. The Historic District is a fun way to learn about the island with museum tours, ghost tours, and walking tours.
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Let Amelia Hotel be your wedding destination. Their Wedding Specialists are experienced to guide you through the planning process to ensure your day is as you always dreamed. Allow the Atlantic to be the backdrop as you say your "I do's" and clink your glasses to your lives together.
White sand beaches and a salty island breeze are all that separate you from the Atlantic at Beachside Motel. Private and serene, you’ll encounter the feel of an oceanfront cottage with spanning views. The ocean-side pool will ease all your tensions while you take a dip or gaze at the waves. Stroll the beach for seashells or explore the island for fresh food and historical adventure. Experience a true at-home feeling in the spacious rooms at Beachside Motel. In addition to the ocean breeze, rooms are equipped with comfortable bedding, air conditioning, and wireless internet access to keep you connected during your vacation. During your stay, the coziness of Beachside Motel and the pleasantries of Amelia Island are sure to leave a smile lingering.
3172 South Fletcher Avenue, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
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Beachside Motel is an affordable oceanside motel with Oceanview Rooms at $86.00 per night, Oceanview Efficiencies at $89.00 per night, and Oceanfront Kitchen Suites at $129.00 per night.
During your stay at Beachside Motel, tour Amelia Island from the skies with Island Aerial Tours, or paddle through the inland marshes and creeks by kayak with Kayak Amelia.
Step back in time at Florida House Inn, the oldest inn in Florida. Built in 1857 and registered in the National Registery of Historical Places, the Florida House Inn and its 17 rooms have entertained an array of honored guests from presidents to the Rockerfellers. Although fine dining is right around the corner, the Inn has their own genuine southern cooking at their restaurant. This highlight of the historic district is only a short walk from the harbor, shops, and charm of the island. Experience character and historical charm within each room at Florida House Inn. Choose your stay with a Jacuzzi fit for two, or a warm fireplace to cuddle near in the evening. All rooms cater to guests by providing wireless internet and flat-screen televisions. Discover a room that meets your personality and style.
22 S 3rd Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Step back in time on a scenic trolley tour on the historic streets of Fernandina Beach. On the tour you'll view Victoria buildings and other historical points such as Plaza Fort San Carlos and the Pippi Longstocking House.
Florida House Inn is Florida''s oldest operating Inn. It was built in 1857 by David Yulee, and it was first used as a boarding house for railroad workers. During the Civil War, it was overtaken by the North and used as a boarding house for officers.