|Welcome to the Penny Farthing Inn, a Victorian bed and breakfast at 83 Cedar Street in historic downtown St. Augustine. The main house was built in 1887 and was transformed into a seven-room bed & breakfast in 1990. Paul Schwartz and Connie Goodwin are the residing innkeepers.
This charming Victorian home transports you to a simpler time with its turn of the century ambience. There are seven elegant bedchambers, two of which are suites. Most are decorated in period antiques and each has its own covered porch. The parlor is elegant, yet inviting, with its fireplace, gaming table, and sitting area. All areas of the home, inside and out, are decorated with comfort and relaxation in mind. Our gourmet breakfast will delight you each morning. And, to restore you in the afternoon, free snacks and beverages, including wine and beer are available.
Situated one block from Flager College and the Lightner Museum, the Penny Farthing Inn is in easy walking distance of St. Augustine's attractions. Park your car in our driveway when you arrive and let it sit. Then find out, as you meander through the streets enjoying our shops, museums, and attractions, why the city has endured since the days of Ponce de Leon. Those who come seeking rejuvenation, and a little pampering, are sure to find their fountain of youth here in St. Augustine at a very special place called the Penny Farthing Inn.