Amelia Island Williams House
103 S. 9th St.
Amelia Island, Florida, 32034, United States
(904) 277-2328

Another great morning!

December 1st, 2013

Another great morning, great breakfast and of course… great guests!

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Christmas in the PRINCESS (flamingo) Suite!

December 2nd, 2012

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A proverbial favorite during the Holidays! What says Christmas in Florida more than Flamingo’s!

Magical Sunset in Fernandina’s Historic District

December 5th, 2012

Just a couple blocks stroll away from the Inn this beautiful shot of last nights sunset in Fernandina’s Historic District in all of its Christmas Glory!
Thanks for the “shot” Chris of …”Who shot ya photography”

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The Wild Horses of Cumberland Island

December 5th, 2012

On your next visit to the Williams House we will be more than happy to arrange a narrated, history rich, river cruise down at the harbor for you- maybe catch a glimpse of the Wild Horses of nearby Cumberland Island . They were out today enjoying the Florida Sunshine!
Thanks Captain Pajama Dave for the photo!

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Relaxing on the porches!

December 5th, 2012

These warm December days just scream for some good old fashioned “Porch Sitting” here at the Williams House!

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Pet Parade Downtown!

December 6th, 2012

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The 13th annual pet Parade for Paws by our local Humane Society was a huge sucess and just the funniest, cutest darn thing you ever saw!

Saturday Farmers Market

December 7th, 2012

After breakfast a short stroll to the Saturday Market is always fun. Your sure to find something you can’t live without or just a chance to do some “people watching”!

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The Williams House Inn was featured in the!

December 8th, 2012

The Williams House Inn was featured in the blog on December 07, 2012!

Bed & Breakfast news for Innkeepers and B&B travelers

Friday, December 7, 2012

Hitting the Road for the Holidays

Traditions are a big part of the holiday season. You can usually look forward to a gathering with family and friends to savor delicious food, eggnog and delectable desserts while sharing stories of days gone by. But, what if you decided to take your holiday revelry on the road this year?

While you’re leaving familiar rituals behind, there are some advantages to a bed and breakfast holiday getaway. Not only will you still be able to partake in joyous celebrations, but also enjoy some R&R. You can focus on the beautifully decorated shops from your horse-drawn carriage ride or decide to stay in your pajamas and sample sweet treats while others take care of the preparations. If the brisk air and arriving snow has you running for the hills, turn around and make your way to the warmth of Florida. At the Amelia Island Williams House located on Amelia Island, you’ll get to admire the inn’s holiday décor before taking a horse-drawn carriage ride through historic streets lit up in twinkling lights.

Mary White

Sunday Morning Breakfast

December 9th, 2012

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We just can’t pass up a chance to show off our guests -What a great group!

MMmm! Breakfast this morning was the popular “Breakfast Casserole” accompanied by a fresh baked biscuit with a tomato melody for a tasty garnish ONLY to be followed by Pineapple Delight with a scoop of ice cream-Dessert for Breakfast, Love it!

The King Ferdinand Suite shows off it’s Christmas Attire!

Decmber 9th, 2012

One of our more spacious and regal rooms – the picture doesn’t really do it justice or capture the glow from the tiffany shades. Beautiful!

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Micah’s Place Receives Donation from The Amelia Island B&B

December 13th, 2012

Micah’s Place would like to thank the Amelia Island Bed and Breakfast Association for the very generous donation of $3,000 from the proceeds of their Cookie Tour on Saturday, November 17, 2012. We are so grateful that Micah’s Place was chosen to benefit from such a renowned and special event that takes place each year on Amelia Island.
In Pic from left: Deborah McCutchen, owner of The Amelia Island Williams House, presents a donation check to Sue Braddock, Micah’s Place Co-Auxiliary Chair, and Kelly Monti, Project Coordinator.
A heartfelt thank you to Sue Braddock, Auxiliary Co-Chair, for all her hard work in organizing over 30 volunteers to help that day. Thank you to all those that volunteered for all your support and dedication in helping to make this event a great success.

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Yuletide Greetings from the MacGregor Stateroom

December 13th, 2012

One of our more spacious suites in the Hearthstone House it has a separate sitting room!

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Seasons Greetings from the “Santa Maria” Suite

December 14th, 2012

This room is in the Hearthstone House right off the upstairs balcony porch

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Saturday Morning Breakfast Frivolity!

December 16th, 2012

Saturday Morning with a happy crazy group of guests!
So much fun and laughter accompanied by baked pears and pumpkin muffins followed by Deborah’s “Egg Benedict Bake”, Mmmmm!

Williams House in Black and White

December 17th, 2012

Local photographer Scott Moore sent us this great picture commenting it almost looks like snow. Your right Scott and no doubt the closest we will ever get to snow!


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The Commodore’s Christmas Luncheon!

December 20th, 2012

The “Commodores” had their annual Christmas party luncheon here with us at the Williams House. Lots of fun and a great group of ladies!

We started out with a Fruitini (fresh fruit with an enhanced yogurt topping), a salad of fresh tender mixed greens, cranberries and mandarins with a citrus strawberry vinaigrette. The main course was Asparagus Quiche, Sweet Potato Souffle and our signature Chicken Casserole with its almond and celery creamy rich goodness! Somewhere in the middle of all of this freshly baked Maple Pecan Scones were served with the heavenly coveted devonshire cream and for dessert there were rum pecan cookies, chocolate covered strawberries and pecan cranberry torte’s!

Mmmmm! Good times!