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Jacksonville Bed and Breakfast Inns

 
 
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The Jenks House Bed and Breakfast
— Jacksonville, FL
$95 - $119
2
Riverdale Inn
— Jacksonville, FL
Built in 1901 and renovated and restored to its...  Read More
  • 10 room(s)
$140 - $220
3
Dickert House
— Jacksonville, FL
Dickert House is located in a lush, quiet...  Read More
  • 10 room(s)
$99 - $199
Bed and breakfast inns near Jacksonville
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Casa de Solana, B&B Inn
— 35 miles  SE Saint Augustine, FL
Poised inside a private walled courtyard...  Read More
$149 - $279
5
Saragossa Inn
— 37 miles  SE Saint Augustine, FL
Surrounded by a quiet neighborhood in the...  Read More
  • 6 room(s)
$149 - $249
6
Castle Garden B&B
— 37 miles  SE Saint Augustine, FL
This newly-restored Moorish Revival-style inn was...  Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
$99 - $229
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Casablanca Inn on The Bay
— 38 miles  SE Saint Augustine, FL
Listed in the National Register, elegant suites...  Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
  • 23 room(s)
$129 - $349
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Kenwood Inn
— 38 miles  SE Saint Augustine, FL
Originally built as a summer home, the Kenwood...  Read More
  • 14 room(s)
$135 - $250

Jacksonville Bed and Breakfast Inns

Jacksonville bed and breakfast travel guide for romantic, historic and adventure b&b's. Browse through the iLoveInns.com database of Jacksonville, Florida bed and breakfasts and country inns to find detailed listings that include room rates, special deals and area activities. You can click on the 'check rates and availability' button to contact the innkeeper.

Jacksonville, FL is the gateway to North Florida on the banks of the St. Johns River. It is home of the Jaguars National Football Team and there is a large, International Port and Airport. Jacksonville, Florida is relatively close to St. Augustine, the country's oldest city. It offers the Best beaches in the U.S. By The Club Continental Suites.

Jacksonville bed and breakfast innkeepers often recommend The Beaches Museum and History Center "which offers exhibits and displays the recorded history of the beaches for over 100 years." The area was originally called Ruby Beach so named by the Skull family who were the first settlers here in the beaches area. The Jacksonville beach was originally named for their daughter, Ruby. The museum and history center features videos of life here at the beach through the years...wonderful pictures of early cars parked on the beach and those "attractive" bathing suits worn by the early bathing beauties. There are also many still photos and exhibits of old Jacksonville beach lore, including a full-size train engine in a glass case sitting on an original piece of the train track across the street from the museum in the Historical Park. In addition there are three small buildings in the Historical Park: The first Jacksonville Post Office; the Foreman's House (for the train); and the train depot. Stay in one of the Jacksonville, FL bed and breakfasts and the innkeepers will show you how to visit this lovely museum, (located 3 blocks east of the ocean and within a couple of blocks of the Sea Walk Pavilion which hosts concerts, festivals and movies). Admission for a morning or afternoon of fun at the Museum is $5.00 for Adults; $4.00 for Seniors; $3.00 for children ages 6 to 17; and free for children 6 and under. You can get hours from one of the Jacksonville bed and breakfast innkeepers. By Riverdale Inn.

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