Pirate Haus Inn – Budget Accommodation in Downtown St. Augustine


Budget Accommodation in Downtown Historic District

Thank you to our Guests!

Welcome to the Pirate Haus Inn.

The Pirate Haus Inn is a family friendly Budget Bed and Breakfast in the heart of historic St. Augustine, Florida. Capn’ Conrad runs this ship along with an assorted and motley collection of miscreants.

We are a highly-rated BUDGET accommodation.

We are NOT the Hilton, Hyatt or the Ritz.  Our goal is to provide affordable accommodation in the center of the historic district. If you prefer standard box hotels/motels, then by all means stay in one.  Many of our return guests have become like family over the years and we hope you will too!

The Holidays are Coming Here!

Holidays in St. Augustine are a great time of year to visit!  The weather is usually dry and mild with some cool evenings.

Christmas.  The owners host an ‘Orphan Christmas’ dinner at their home at 2PM on the 24th.  Again a small donation is appreciated.  We provide some parlor games (guess the number of mints in the jar, etc.) and children are welcome.  Also there are many free events at the Amphitheater during the Christmas to Remember.

The last week in December is one of the busiest in town since kids are on vacation and there are the after Xmas sales.  Rooms available, book now!

New Years Eve has been big in St. Augustine since St. Augustine Beach initiated the Beach Blastoff.  If you plan to stay here during that time be sure to get with reception so we can tell you our parking secrets!  Then between 11 and midnight we will have some heavy horses de ovaries (hors d’oeuvres) and a champagne/asti/sparkling cider toast at midnight.  Two night minimum stay required.  All Booked!

January 30-31st will see the Colonial Grand Muster take place in St. Augustine.  Spanish Soldiers in 1740 dress will present a special torchlight program at the Castillo San Marcos entitled “Enemy At The Gates” .  This is a RARE opportunity to see the Castillo at night and have a moment in history recreated before your eyes (always a sell out).  On Saturday there will be various demonstrations conducted at both the Castillo San Marcos and the Colonial Quarter such as the annual pay call for the soldiers, a musket speed competition, a massed infantry defensive maneuver.  At night a torchlight parade will start at the Castillo and wind through the city ending up at the Governor’s House in the Plaza.

 Construction has come to Treasury Street!  Please click here!

Please be aware that we are on the second floor of a historic building and have no handicap access

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Are you looking for really inexpensive lodging?  Try a dorm bed at our sister property next door The Pirate Haus Hostel