The Finest in Luxurious Lodging on Amelia Island
Our most luxurious room Catherine’s Chambers is a favorite with guests celebrating honeymoons, anniversaries and other special occasions. This first floor room offers premier lodging on Amelia Island and has french doors with open to a semi private porch and seating area with table and chairs. Enjoy the luxury of a plush king size bed with French screen headboard, a romantic marble gas fireplace and two large comfy chairs which create a place to relax or gaze into the fire. This luxurious bath has an oversized Jacuzzi tub for two with bubble bath, a separate shower for 2 with dual shower heads and our plush signature spa robes, Gilchrist & Soames fine soaps and shampoo. There’s even a loveseat. Hair dryers, irons and ironing boards Cable Flat screen HDTV , DVD player, and CD player In-room refrigerator, free wireless internet, complimentary parking, bikes and beach towels A/C and heat, Ceiling fan Gourmet breakfast each morning Complimentary beverage and snacks available all day
This first floor room is located in the Hearthstone House and is the luxurious choice for lodging on Amelia Island.
Jan. -May $285 weekend and weekday
June – Sept. $285 weekend $255 weekday
Oct. – Dec. $285 weekend $255 weekday
Catherine De Medici, Catholic Queen Regent of France seized the opportunity to expand France’s frontier in the New World. The French Huguenots, who had suffered cruel persecution by Henry II, were in need of sanctum. When Gaspard Coligny, leader of the Party, presented the option of seeking an outpost for France, Catherine was all too willing to expend the Huguenots at the prospect of seizing a share of the riches of the New World. On May 3, 1562, Jean Ribault gazed on Napoyca, a name given to Amelia Island by the Timucuan Indians, claiming it for France. He called this refuge the Isle de Mai.