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Antique Warehouse of St. Augustine, Inc., located in St. Augustine, Florida, is a direct importer of English Antiques and French Antiques. Our inventory includes antique and country pine, dark wood furniture from the late 1800's through the mid 1900's, architectural goods and a small cache of American antique items.
www.antqware.com


Casual Dining At It's Finest.
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We welcome you to St. Augustine,
the nation's oldest city!

There is much to see and do, so we've prepared a guide for you, including links to many of our favorite places and activities. A calendar of events is included so you can plan just how you'll spend your days exploring this delightful place we call home. Mark the dates on your calendar for the Nights of Lights Festival, Rhythm and Ribs, A Taste of St. Augustine, The Greek Festival and many more...then make your plans to stay with us at The Saragossa.

As you approach The Ancient City, you will see looming ahead our most prominent landmarks, the St. Augustine Lighthouse, accessed by the Bridge of Lions. Once on Anastasia Island, you will also find the Alligator Farm, one of St. Augustine's oldest attractions, and Raging Water sports located at the Conch House Marina, for an exhilarating jet ski or speed boat ride on the bay. As you cross back over Atamans River toward city center, you'll see the Schooner Freedom docked at the Municipal Marina. You can also see the city while taking a Scenic River Cruise. Straight ahead you will find Flagler College, once the winter home of the rich and famous, as it was previously the Ponce de Leon Hotel during its heyday. Follow your way up King Street to the Lightner Museum and the San Sebastian Winery. Along the way, you'll notice all the galleries and shops in the St. Augustine Arts District. The city can easily be toured aboard the Old Town Trolley Tours, with ticket locations and stops throughout the city. The one hour guided tour will take you to such sites as Ripley's Believe It or Not museum, the Castillo de San Marcos, Mission Nombre de Dios, and many more. While you are touring St. Augustine, visit any number of Antique Association shops or the Antique Warehouse, where you just might find the deal of a lifetime. Bicycles and scooters can be found at Solano Cycle so you may tour the city at your own pace.

You can shop to your heart's content at the St. Augustine Premium Outlets, or Belz Factory Outlet World, both located at I-95 and SR 16.

Return to The Saragossa to rest and relax, then decide where to dine...or better yet, let us make reservations for you at one of our favorite St. Augustine restaurants.

Let us make your private carriage ride arrangements through one of our fine carriage tour companies. You can enjoy all the ghostly experiences of St. Augustine by taking in one of the walking tours of the city, there are so many to choose from, and we're always glad to help.

We hope this simple reference is an easy tool for you to use when planning your stay in St. Augustine with us at The Saragossa Bed and Breakfast.

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34 Saragossa Street, St. Augustine, Florida 32084
Phone: (904) 808-7384
Toll Free: (877) 808-7384

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