Carriage Way; A Quaint Historic Victorian St. Augustine Bed and Breakfast
Carriage Way is a traditional, Victorian style building constructed between 1883 and 1885 by Edward and Rosalie Masters for their family.
The rooms are named for former owners and individuals who were significant to the history of the home. For many years, the home was very prominent in the city of St Augustine. Then, in the 1940s, the house was converted into apartments. In 1984, this romantic structure was lovingly and extensively restored to its original grandeur, fulfilling a dream of creating what is now a premier St. Augustine, Florida bed and breakfast.
Carriage Way Bed & Breakfast
70 Cuna Street