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My wife and I had a great stay. We really enjoyed the afternoon social gathering. Byron and Deborah run a very nice B&B and were great host.We also enjoyed the friendly house cat.The rooms were very nice and we really enjoyed the large spa bathtub.
A charming old home, with a good location, comfortable beds, everything clean and neat. We particularly enjoyed meeting the other guests at afternoon cocktail time when we arrived and again next day at breakfast. It was a nice surprise to feel almost like visiting friends...More
From accommodating an early check-in, through two fine breakfasts, evening cocktails, and spot-on restaurant and sight-seeing recommendations we enjoyed Williams House. Byron and Deborah stand as polite, professional, and kind. As weather provided a very cold weekend, the gas fireplace highlighted a pleasant stay. Rooms...More
Nice place. Wife was lovely, husband not as helpful. Room was beautifully done, but the mattress was a nightmare. There is only a one hour window for breakfast between 9 and 10 which we didn't like but the breakfast was delicious. Overall I give it...More
We were the only guests at the house, and it was kind of a blah time of year to be in Fernandina Beach, but we enjoyed every minute. The owners were away, but Tracy, Jaime and Shannon held down the fort, welcoming us, fixing us...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.