We'll just cut to the chase—this B&B is said to be haunted. Whether you believe it or not, you need to know that the Montejurra room has guests who can check out any time they like, but they can never leave. Some folks go for this; others have panic attacks over it. Just beware that the manager says that on occasion people staying in the Montejurra have reported having their shoulders shaken in the middle of the night. Plus the floors creak, which some find charming, while others just book rooms on the upper floor, where the footing is more solid. Beyond the paranormal, this 250-year-old, seventh-oldest house in St. Augustine is full of worldly charm. The 10-room B&B may have spirits, but it also has the scent of cinnamon raisin soufflé, apple harvest pancakes, or something else equally delicious emanating from the kitchen. Rooms have been uniquely decorated by the owners. The first floor Mary Mitchell (a pet-friendly room) has tinges of blue and a stellar Sleep Number bed. Just outside the room is a pergola with rocking chairs. The renovated Cielo room is located at the end of the hall on the second floor and features a jetted Jacuzzi tub and a private balcony overlooking the courtyard. It's no wonder ghosts like it here.
St. Augustine› Hotel
Casa de Solana
Full breakfast, early evening social hour, free use of bicycles, Wi-Fi (free)Web site Casa de Solana
Map21 Aviles St. St. Augustine
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