Isle of Santa Maria
This cozy room has queen bed and dresser made of burled walnut, rich gold draperies and deep burgundy wallpaper which combine to create a fee for old world elegance. An upholstered loveseat adds romance to the room and a spot for cozying up with a loved one. Located on the 2nd floor of the Hearthstone building with French doors that lead to the semi private porch balcony and seating area with wicker chairs. A spacious bath features a claw foot soaking tub, separate shower, and pedestal sink with comfy signature spa robes, Gilchrist & Soames fine soaps & shampoo. Hair dryers, iron and ironing boards. Cable flatscreen HDTV with DVD player Free wireless internet, complimentary bikes, parking and beach towels Individual control for A/C and Heat, Ceiling fan Gourmet breakfast each morning Complimentary beverage and snacks available all day and many other amenities offer all the comforts of home while you escape to our bed and breakfast in Fernandina Beach.
Jan. – April $205 weekend and weekday
May. -Dec. $198 weekend and $175 weekday
The Spanish launched a brutal advance against the French led by Pedro Menendez de Aviles in what proved to be a struggle not only between two nations for territorial rights, but also for religious beliefs. The Spanish Period had begun, followed by 236 years of Spanish domination. In an effort to further validate their claim they established a mission on Amelia Island called Santa Maria de Sena whose purpose was to convert the Native Americans to the Catholic Faith and to supply crops to support survival. This mission would serve as the inspiration for the island’s second European name.