A prime example of “Golden Age” splendor, the Hoyt House is one of the treasured inns in Fernandina’s downtown historic district.
Legendary motor vehicles that marked milestones and astounded generations of past eras (some the subject of Hollywood movies) were on Amelia Island, Florida. Not just a car show, it’s a history lesson that’s far more fun and glamorous than sitting in a classroom.
Whether you fancy a fabulous car or an incredible seaside retreat, Amelia Island has stunning investment choices.
The clock has struck midnight on 152 Christmas Eves at this historic Fernandina, Florida inn.
Want to attract hummingbirds to your Florida garden? Try planting coral bean, a native Florida shrub.
Like rain greening resurrection fern, new owners, Omni Hotels & Resorts, are infusing their own nurture to Amelia Island Plantation.
During Georgia-Florida game weekend each year, a sea of fans immerse Amelia Island like a wave washing over. Dawgs & Gators party hard here.
The Florida House Inn is beginning another phase in its long history, with a new owner planning to reopen its doors in December 2010.