Located in Historic Downtown St Augustine
Located just south of the Bridge of Lions and a block from the bay, you can truly enjoy being a St. Augustine resident during your stay. This location is just moments from the City Marina, making The Kenwood Inn a top choice among traveling boaters wanting to enjoy life on the mainland for a bit. It is also a favorite for Flagler College and Florida School for the Deaf and Blind parents visiting their children or celebrating a graduation. Business travelers select this St Augustine bed and breakfast because of its location and convenience to their clientele and city buildings, complimentary office equipment, support, and space to spread out, as do those visiting or studying at the St. Augustine Art Association, which is just doors away.
The historic bed and breakfast inn’s residential location allows you to be within a short walking distance of all the shops, restaurants, bars, and historic sites without the loud music and pedestrian traffic all night long, nothing but the gentle echoes of the horse drawn carriages strolling by periodically.
You are welcome to use the Inn’s bicycles to explore the streets of St. Augustine or experience the exilleration of biking over the Bridge of Lions to the Anastasia Island State Park and beach.
For great information about St Augustine and the surrounding area, visit FloridaHistoricCoast.com.
Dog-Friendly St Augustine
The Kenwood Inn is dog-friendly, with three rooms that are are made to accomodate your four-legged family members. Review our pet policy, and if you’re okay with the rules, be sure to request a dog-friendly room when you make your reservation. There are some great experiences to share with your dog in St Augustine.
In case you’re wondering about dog-friendly places to take your pooch once here, restaurants with outdoors dining include Harry’s Seafood on Avenida Menendez, Cruiser’s Grill on St. George Street, Milltop Tavern also on St. George, and the Love Tree Café on Cordova. The “fort” has a great green and grassy lawn. The Lighthouse grounds welcome you too! Be sure to check with each location to make sure their dpg-friendly status has not changed and to see if any special rules apply.
There are a handful of vet services close by like Antigua Vet Clinic, Animal Emergency Hospital, and Ancient City Vets.
St. Augustine Scenic Cruises welcomes behaved pets on leashes as does the Fountain of Youth, but watch out for peacocks!
Pet Paradise Doggie Resort is a great option if there is somewhere you wish to go and would like to spoil your doggie while you’re gone. You will need proper shot records in order to take advantage of the day care.
Doggie parks include Treaty Park just outside of town at 1595 Wildwood Drive, and Ron Parker Park at 607 Old Beach Road. For quick potty excursions, there are several grassy areas surrounding the Kenwood Inn.
If you have any questions, just ask!