Elegant Room at Our Inn on Amelia Island Is Fit for a Princess
A crown canopy hovers over this 1850′s French camelback king size bed. This room at our inn on Amelia Island, Florida offers a gas fireplace with beautiful hand carved mantle. Two wing back chairs create a comfortable sitting area to read or chat. The room has easy access to the upstairs veranda where we have comfortable wicker chairs to relax in and enjoy the quiet. Private Bath has a large shower, comfy spa robes, Gilchrist & Soames fine soaps and soft Frette towels.
Located on the second floor of our inn on Amelia Island, this beautiful room is decorated in white and gold and includes all the comforts of home-cable HDTV with DVD player, ceiling fan, complimentary wi-fi, and convenient access to a refrigerator and coffee service.
Jan. -May $225 weekend and weekday
June-Sept. $225 weekend and weekday
August $195 weekend/weekday
Oct. -Dec. $225 weekend $205 weekday
In 1736 James Oglethorpe, founder of the colony of Georgia discovered an island, still owned by Spain, dense with the beauty of the woods and the scent of blooming orange trees. He named it Amelia in honor of the daughter of King George, II of England. Until her dying day, our namesake kept a locket around her neck with a likeness of Frederick, Crown Prince of Prussia to whom she was betrothed, but never married.