The Cedar House Inn is a premier bed and breakfast in the heart of St. Augustine's historic district. True to its heritage as a gracious Victorian home that was built in 1893, the Inn combines the best of Old-World elegance with modern conveniences and unique St. Augustine style.
The Cedar House Inn is also a superb place for a romantic wedding, with four beautiful ceremony locations to choose from - the outdoor Garden or Gazebo, or the indoor Tiffany Parlor or Fireplace Mantle during the holidays. Each setting is designed down to the tiniest detail to set the stage for a perfect dream of a wedding.
With the number of options the Cedar House Inn offers to assist in the planning of that special day, the whole planning process becomes effortless - even fun. Here's a sampling of what the Inn can provide:
- Professional officiant/notary services
- Cedar House Specialty Décor Package, including silver, linen, china and crystal serviceware
- Set up and break down
- Music sound system
- Couple's classic wedding cake
- Champagne toast
- Two keepsake Cedar House champagne flutes
- Horse and carriage ride through historic St. Augustine
In keeping with its emphasis on superior guest service, the Cedar House Inn offers custom wedding packages as well, for small or larger groups, and promises to host only one wedding a day. Please call (800) 845-0012, email [email protected], or visit here for details.
For the bride and groom, only the best will do, and the Cedar House Inn's Floridian Honeymoon Suite meets the highest expectations. Located on the second floor, the two-room suite has a private entrance and features a wet bar, mini-fridge, and microwave oven. In the separate sitting room, a beautiful stained glass window created by local glass artist Karen Cockcroft captures the spirit of St. Augustine's unique heritage, while in the bedroom a king-sized iron bed strikes just the right romantic note. The suite also features a deep-soaking Jacuzzi tub and shower and a private sun deck.
The wedding party will love the romantic ambience of the Cedar House Inn, tucked away on a quiet tree-lined street just steps away from the many things to do and see in the downtown historic district. There's really no place quite like St. Augustine - it's as if a little bit of Europe was planted here some 450 years ago, and it has grown to be not just the nation's oldest continually-occupied city, but one of the nation's loveliest and most romantic cities, period.
Capacity: Up to 30 Guests, seated or standing.