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Elegant surroundings, excellent accommodations, delicious breakfast, friendly & competent inn keepers, shady backyard for happy hour, walking distance to town & restaurants, delightful hospitality, front and side porches have comfortable wicker chairs for visiting, free parking, & easy to find! Look forward to going back...More
Byron and Deborah offered excellent service in their Historical and Charming Williams House B&B. The atmosphere was very relaxing and each room was inviting in its own unique way. Breakfast each morning was delicious and very filling for whatever you day may hold. The innkeepers...More
We think we have been to the Amelia Island Williams House 21 times; our first year was either 1994 or 1995. We have been visiting all those years for the Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival, a wonderful food festival that includes a pirate invasion,...More
Our stay at Williams House was nothing short of fabulous. Our hosts were warm and gracious, our room was lovely with a huge en-suite bathroom. Breakfast each morning was delicious! We took a picnic lunch with us on the complimentary bikes to the nearby beach...More
We had an excellent stay. Our hosts were very friendly and the breakfast was stupendous. The rooms were large and comfortable. It was very relaxing to sit on the porch, sip a glass of wine, and talk about the town and surrounding area. Very happy...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.