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Always a pleasure to stay here - Chris and Maria once again make you feel welcomed from the start! The house is charming but her breakfasts are incredible. They are conveniently located so you can walk into town for dinner, shopping and also have a...More
My husband and I spent two nights (March 25, 26, 2017) at The Amelia Island Williams House. From the moment we walked in the front door to check until we drove away we were overwhelmed by the kindness, generosity, and hospitality extended by the owners,...More
Quiet, relaxed step back in time (with all the modern amenities). Beautifully decorated, but comfortable room. Nice change from the usual big hotel. Amelia Island is a treat, and Chris and Maria are wonderful hosts...
Due to making plans last minute we were in 2 rooms during our weekend stay. Smuggler's Cove made you step back in time with the added "upgrade" of a hot tub on the deck. The Emma had an almost Key West feel, is huge, and...More
My wife and I just randomly selected this B&B for a last second getaway and we were blown away with the inn and it’s history. The inn itself is gorgeous and well maintained. The room was spacious and spotless. The breakfast was delicious and the...More
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The Williams House is not particularly close to a beach. But the innkeepers provide beach cruiser bicycles (including helmets and water bottles, all at no additional charge) to ride to several beautiful beaches (along with... More
The Williams House is not particularly close to a beach. But the innkeepers provide beach cruiser bicycles (including helmets and water bottles, all at no additional charge) to ride to several beautiful beaches (along with a Civil War fort) in a nearby State park. It makes for a wonderful outing and is highly recommended.