We are the friendliest hostel located in the safest neighborhood, the downtown commercial district. Our multilingual staff speak French, German, Arabic, Spanish, Dutch, American English, Australian English, Kiwi English and even English English.Our hostel is located downtown in the historic district in a ... More
The Pirate Haus Inn and Hostel
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We are the friendliest hostel located in the safest neighborhood, the downtown commercial district. Our multilingual staff speak French, German, Arabic, Spanish, Dutch, American English, Australian English, Kiwi English and even English English.Our hostel is located downtown in the historic district in a building dating from 1915 complete with wood floors and high ceilings. We have a 8-bed co-ed dorm, and a 7 bed female dorm in addition to 5 private rooms (Pirate Room, Tree Room, Jungle Room, Map Room, and Tropical Fish Room) which can be booked at piratehaus.com. We have a rooftop patio with gas grill, common kitchen with all appliances, common room with DVD/VHS, free high speed internet on our PC's or free all you want encrypted wi-fi. Our central location means that food and nightlife abound within a short walking distance from the hostel, as well as numerous shops and galleries. We are 1 hour away from Daytona, so if you want to see an event in Daytona (Bike Week, Daytona 500, etc.) but don't want to pay for an overpriced motel there, come stay with us, and we're two hours from the Kennedy Space Centre.St. Augustine is America's oldest continuously inhabited city. The impressive Castillo de San Marcos has never been taken in war, though the British laid siege to it in 1702 and 1743. The area is brimming with history that comes alive during the recurring re-enactments of pirate raids and both British and Spanish night watches, and the black powder cannon firings at the fort on weekends.The Colonial Spanish Quarter is a must see for interested students of history. The living historians there re-enact the daily life of St. Augustine in the year 1740, and Friday and Saturday evenings the sound of sea chanteys (Blow the Man Down, etc.) pervades the authentic period tavern where the lovely barmaid Gilley serves up ales and ciders. The beach is 4 miles away, an easy bike ride, and features the undeveloped shores of Anastasia State Park. Rarely does anyone walk or bike the whole distance to the inlet so chances are that you can find a stretch of beach for your very own.Our friendly staff will give you a map and tell you about the things worth seeing and perhaps more importantly about the things NOT worth seeing!. If you see no availability on the date you want, please call to make sure.Please Note: Our normal office hours are 8-10AM and 5-10PM. If you arrive outside of those hours, please give us a call and we will give you the door code, or visit our web-site. NO LOCAL RESIDENTS except Students with current ID! Must have valid DRIVER's LICENSE (State Issued 'ID ONLY' not acceptable). Taxes not included in rates shown.Stays longer than 14 days may be available on a case by case basis.
The Pirate Haus in beautiful St. Augustine is one of the best hostels in the United States! And definitely a great bargaain in the oldest city inhabited by Europeans, and pirates here in the USA. Very comfortable and clean. Conrad and his mateys/ and wife all have a heart of gold for travellers and families. Chose between a dorm or a private room. Very good amenities. Excellent location. I love this place!
Well first off the location couldn't be better, 1/2 a block to the bayfront and half a block to St. George street. I could park my car and walk all weekend. The kids loved the toys and games in the common room and took some back to the room to play with and Cap'n Conrad loaned us some kids books with a piratey theme. Breakfast was included and the kids loved the personalized pancakes, even though one of them won't even eat my pancakes at home - but I think I've found a way to change that (Way to go Pirate Haus!) There were no TV's in the room but we were only there to sleep anyway, St. Augustine has so much to offer. If you're there in Winter be sure to check out Winter Wonderland at the Amphitheatre for outdoor ice skating (in Florida no less!!)
Oh, free parking was awesome especially since I found out that the Monterey Inn charges for Parking and the St. George Inn doesn' t have any parking. But neither can come close to the $85 weekend night we paid at the Pirate Haus!
This is a different place to stay. It is more like a B&B. It is located upstairs above some shops. it is a community oriented atmosphere. Our room was very large and had a private bathroom. It had a main room with the TV and computer. It also had a kitchen where you could cook your own meals & Capt. Conrad makes pancakes from breakfast. This is within walking distance from all downtown shops and sites. Nice deck to sit out on in the evening. The rooms could stand to be cleaned a little more. I would stay here again, but my son would like something more modern, although we were only in our room at night!
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