Peace and Plenty Inn

Peace and Plenty Inn is a St. Augustine bed and breakfast featuring a beautiful outdoor garden, private rooms with baths, and convenience to historic downtown.

87 Cedar Street, St. Augustine, FL, 32084
  • (877) 468-3651
  • (904) 829-8209
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Hours of Operation

Check-in is from 3:00pm to 7:00pm<br /> Check-out is 11:00am.

  • Peace and Plenty Inn is located on Cedar Street in the heart of historic downtown St. Augustine. The Inn includes eight deluxe suites, each with a private bathroom, whirlpool baths, king or queen sized beds, and electric fireplaces to set the mood. There is also a fully furnished apartment with a kitchen available, ideal for those who are staying in town longer.

    Peace and Plenty Inn features a private walled garden with elegant fountains and beautiful flowers, and a magnificent loggia with comfortable furnishings. Visitors can lounge around on a beautiful Florida day or go explore the city. Most of the attractions, shops, and restaurants are just a short walk away.

    The breakfast menu includes eggs Benedict, eggs Menendez, New Orleans French toast, Belgian waffles, quiche, and more. Peace and Plenty Inn also offers an outdoor cigar lounge in the loggia, where guests can relax with an after-dinner drink or complimentary wine.

    Check-in is from 3 to 7 p.m. Check-out is at 11 a.m.

    Amenities

    Free wireless internet, cable TV, on-site parking, fireplaces, king or queen size beds, whirlpool bathtubs, irons, hair dryers, breakfast, coffee service, and wine.

  • Reviews

    5
    We stayed at Peace and Plenty 2 years ago, forgot the name and booked another B&B recently that is close to the City gates that could not compare to the service, cleanliness or food that Peace and Plenty offer. Evening refreshments and dessert are nice to have especially if the weather turns bad and Peace & Plenty will not disappoint you. You will know you made the right choice as you experience how your needs are met without having to ask for every little thing like towels, toilet paper and even such a small thing as sugar for your coffee or bread of some type with your breakfast.

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    5
    Stayed here in March of '12 and was completely amazed. I had been to St. Augustine a number of times, but had never stayed in a B&B. After my visit, I don't think I could ever stay at a commercial hotel again. Room was great. Cannot recall the name of the room, but it was the one upstairs with the balcony on the front of the house. It had the "old world" charm without sacrificing a thing. Having parking on site is a nice bonus. Stayed 3 nights and the only time I moved the car was to go play a round of golf. Being that close to everything, there was never a need. Is within walking distance of every major historical site you want to see (literally a block from the Lightner Museum) and a huge selection of restaurants. Breakfast in the morning is incredible. Each plate is brought out within seconds of it being made. Dining area is quite cozy, but you get to meet all the other guests which was very nice. Same goes for the garden area. Several chairs to use by the fountain which makes for good conversation with the other guests, which being probably the only single guest there, made for a very family style atmosphere. Will be staying there again soon, and would recommend to anyone.

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