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Forever Homes for Dogs

July 13th, 2015 by Deborah Gold

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IMG_1051Another forever home for our little Pippy who the Hoyt House has fostered with the efforts of the Nassau Humane Society and the amazing support of Director, Sherrie Merritt. So far the count is 3 dogs placed with guests who have stayed at the Hoyt House Inn. It has been a wonderful experience with our guests and the dogs that find amazing people to love them. Another dog who greets you at the door at The Hoyt House will available for adoption. Come see who might be going home with you!! Thank you Sherrie.

 

Jenny found a home with Dad Dan!

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Pippy with new Mom Lisa!

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Rocky now in a forever home!

 

Voted Top 10 B&B in US 2012

December 1st, 2012 by Deborah Gold

The Hoyt House has been awarded by Bed & Breakfast.com Top Ten B&B in the United States. We are honored and thrilled that we have been awarded this prestigious award! We want to thank our guests and fans of The Hoyt House who have taken the time to share their experience at The Hoyt House with the world. We will continue to strive to exceed your expectations in every way. We look forward to seeing you at The Hoyt House soon and should we miss you, have a wonderful and safe Holiday & Healthy New Year!

Shipwreck Shooters

May 3rd, 2012 by Deborah Gold

Stop by at The Hoyt House for a Shipwreck Shooter while your walking down to the 49th Annual Shrimp Fest. May 4-6 we will be serving up Shipwreck Shooters 3.00 each or 2 for 5.00 all day! No lines and no wait. A Coconut Rum, Banana Rum & Pineapple Run served up with Cranberry & Pineapple Juice. ARRRR!

Kayak Amelia

March 22nd, 2012 by Deborah Gold

Kayak Amelia has been asking us to come out for an experience. So I finally got the chance today with my kids.  To say the least we had a blast.  My upper body got a work out and my eyes got a great view of the salt marsh and the animal life. My sons Rob & David were in one Kayak and Megan & I were in separate kayaks. Ray the leader and trainer of the group was awesome. Friendly and engaging but knew how to say things so that everyone understood, even the little ones. Safety first, very cool.  The staff was really friendly and very approachable. We got a quick lesson of the road so to speak and were off. A pretty big group on their Eco-Tour and we truly saw a lot. The three hour tour went by pretty quick and at the 1/2 way point we beached the kayaks and Ray passed out fabulous & huge chocolate chip cookies. You could go at your pace and there was always a staff person in front and in back. The Hoyt House will be putting some great outdoor packages together and we will be adding Kayak Amelia as the feature activity. I can’t wait to get out there again, in my own Kayak! Check them out at Kayak Amelia.

Hoyt House Mango Martini

July 21st, 2011 by Deborah Gold

Hoyt House is serving up a Mango Martini in the Amelia Lounge. Absolut Mango Vodka, orange juice, white peach puree and a splash of Champagne. Amazing. Come home to Amelia Island where a small historic village will transcend time when life was slower and you did stop to smell the flowers and breathe the salty air of this tranquil seaport. The Hoyt House located in the Historic District is just steps aways from restaurants, shopping, fine dining and dancing. Park your car and leave it in our parking lot and use our complimentary bicycles to get around town. Bike to the beach and enjoy Sandy Bottoms. A great place to hang out on the beach and enjoy lunch and a cocktail. What ever you do stop in the Amelia Lounge and enjoy a Mango Martini.

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