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We are open!
Please be aware that the City of St. Augustine has enacted a madatory indoors mask policy except while eating or drinking.
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Rates are based on Double Occupancy (ie. 2 people), additional munchkins 12 and under are $5 each. 13 and over are $10 each.
Did you book via Expedia, hotels.com, Booking.com etc? See above!
All rooms now feature King Size beds in addition to bunk beds!
As seen in the May 2016 Better Homes and Gardens®:
Please be aware that we are on the second floor of a historic building and have no handicap access. In order to ensure that everyone gets a good night’s sleep, NO LOUD PARTIES OR BACHELOR/BACHELORETTE PARTIES ALLOWED!
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Welcome to the Pirate Haus Guesthouse.
The Pirate Haus Inn is a family friendly Budget Guesthouse 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. The same goes for Froo froo B and B’s with 5 course breakfasts. We just offer a continental breakfast, we have a kitchen where guests can cook breakfast if they so desire.
Many of our return guests have become like family over the years and we hope you will too! How can our prices be so low in the Historic District? We Keep It Simple. (please click on link to see what i mean.) We have 6 individually themed rooms, all with their own private bathroom. We have one other room (Room #1) which has a shared bathroom and free city garage parking (a 10 minute walk) and because of these inconveniences the price is $20-$40 less than other rooms. Three face the courtyard and three face newly revamped Treasury Street. What sets us apart from most other places is our multinational clientele and the willingness of our guests to interact amongst each other. We also have a kitchen which is available for guest use since eating out with a family of 6 can get expensive!