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Amelia Island Williams House
103 S. 9th St.
Amelia Island, FL, 32034, USA
(904) 277-2328

Do you remember Pippi Longstocking?

February 5th, 2013

How many of you remember the movie, “PIPPI LONGSTOCKING” with the little rambunctious girl with the freckles and the red pigtails that stuck straight out? Maybe 1988? You can view the infamous house that this movie was filmed at right here in Fernandina… a must see on your next visit and a trip down memory lane!
Thanks for the great photo Kenneth Cain!

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Congratulations to Newlyweds Beau and Nicole!

February 5th, 2013

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Thanks to BnBFinder for the featured nod!

February 5th, 2013

BnBFinder.com is extremely excited to have included Amelia Island Williams House as a featured property in our February 2013 Guest Newsletter.

Mornings at the Williams House

February 5th, 2013

Lively wonderful group of guests that filled both the dining room and parlor with robust conversation this Sunday morning! Our guests are the best, Oh Yea!

Frolicking Dolphins of Fernandina

February 5th, 2013

Dolphin Pod we saw this weekend, many different groups of them hanging around the inter-coastal waterway around the island. Let us know if you’d like to ride on the Amelia River Cruise and enjoy the local river wildlife and we will gladly set you up with a reservation! Or just keeping an eye out for them as you laze or stroll along the beach or down by the marina as well!
Thanks for the photo Scott Moore!

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Historic Bosque Bello

February 12th, 2013

A must see for you history buffs on your next visit to the historic Williams House!
Called “beautiful woods” by the Spanish, Bosque Bello Cemetery is located off North 14th Street in Fernandina, toward Amelia Island’s northwest, close to “Old Town.” The Bosque Bello Cemetery’s original section is said to have been founded by Spanish colonials in 1798. However, according to the Amelia Island Genealogical Society, “the oldest identifiable grave, of French Soldier Peter Bouissou de Nicar, dates from 1813.” Apparently, the property was beautiful when the Spanish set eyes upon it, and its beauty remains in contemporary times.
Thanks for the photo Scott Moore!

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Valentines Day all month long!

February 20th, 2013

We decided not to group Valentines Day specials and festivities all into one weekend and we offered Valentine Specials for the whole month of February and we found that you all gave us a big thumbs up! Thanks for all your comments and praise and we loved having you all stay with us!

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