Posts Tagged ‘Hoyt House Bed & Breakfast’

Murder Mystery on Amelia Island

November 1st, 2011 by Deborah Gold

The Hoyt House Murder Mystery Weekend was awesome. We had guests play there parts to the hilt. Elvis was in a full head to toe costume and Jimmy Hendrix was very cool with a plastic blow up guitar. There was laughing and screaming in the dining room  and all had a great time. The stuffed Rock Cornish Hens were perfect with Asparagus & Hollandaise and Rice Pilaf. The crab bisque was to die for. If you didn’t catch this one, join us next time on January 27th-28th 2012 for what will be our 4th Annual Murder Mystery Dinner. Twenty guests arrive but only nineteen leave.

Amelia Island Cookie Tour

October 12th, 2011 by Deborah Gold

Come to Amelia Island with an appetite and enjoy all of the Amelia Island the Bed & Breakfasts while savoring Holiday Cookies. Join us, Saturday November 19th, and tour some of the most beautiful, elegant B&B’s Amelia Island as to offer. The Hoyt House Bed & Breakfast Inn will be one of seven B&B’s available to take a special inside look at some of the rooms and amazing grounds. All of the B&B’s will be dressed for Christmas.  Take a picture and make it your Holiday card!.  Tickets are 20.00 until November 1, 2011 and 25.00 at the door. Come to Amelia Island and stay at the Hoyt House during the Cookie Tour Weekend and receive FREE tickets with your stay.  A 50.00 Value, plus enjoy a complimentary Chocolate Cookie Martini. Our featured cookie is Spiced Mocha Chocolate Cookies.  You will also receive a recipe card from all the B&B’s on the cookie presented for the Cookie Tour. Have Fun, enjoy the Sun and satisfy that Chocolate craving at The Cookie Tour on Amelia Island.

9/11 A Day To Remember

September 11th, 2011 by Deborah Gold

10 years  ago today my life changed and  America will never be the same. We lost over 12 residence in my hometown of Ridgewood, New Jersey and Bergen County lost 100′s of men & women that day. It is almost unreal, watching the towers get hit. I clearly remember screaming as the first tower fell from the sky almost in slow motion. I must have watched the towers come down over 200 times that day. Not believing it really happened. So many lives changed that day it is hard to know someone who wasn’t effected that day. I ran to school to pick up my son, and held David so tight he could barely breathe.

 I could not watch the services today or the speeches from people who lost loved ones and the towers slamming into the foundations that once supported the massive structures. People jumping, screaming, dying, surviving Countless firefighters, EMS, Police, running, saving, helping and covering bodies. It will never fade in my mind. I did not loose anyone close to me that day. But many people did and I can not fathom their pain. The nightmares must be countless and seemingly endless. My heart goes out to all that have lost loved ones, friends and family. Knowing that America will never be the land of the free as it once was is now a fact that will forever be with us. Peace

Amelia Island Turtle Watch

July 28th, 2011 by Deborah Gold

Amelia Island Turtle Watch is in full swing on the island. Four digs this week and visitors on the island are encouraged to help get those littleloggerhead turtles safely into the water. It truly is amazing how the process starts of the mother pulling her way up the beach to nest. Struggling to get to the beach and using almost all her strength to dig and lay her eggs. She leaves never to see the outcome of her hard work or her children taking their first swim. David & I had a blast. It is hands on and we got to hold the babies and release them into the water. One of the many things happening on Amelia Island. Nest Watch over 142 Nest for 2011 and 2,224 hatch-lings. Truly Amazing. It is a must see and should be on your Bucket List.

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.

English Tea at the Hoyt House

July 11th, 2011 by Deborah Gold

English Tea at The Hoyt House Bed & Breakfast is pleased to offered from 12:30pm to 3pm daily Wednesday through Sunday to the public and staying guests. An amazing and authentic menu with scones & freshly made crumpets, jams & clotted cream. A variety of tea sandwiches, petite fours and mushroom tartlets to name a few. A cheese & cracker tray with pate and tea sandwiches is also available. Choose from our eight loose teas from around the world.  Enjoy an authentic Bellini Cocktail, Bloody Mary, Mimosa or Classic Champagne & Strawberries before tea even begins. Reservations are required. Monday & Tuesday is available for private tea parties for 8 or more. Too busy to have Tea here, order your scones and crumpets by the dozen. Prices vary from 10.95pp to 22.95 pp with a special Tea for Two at 39.95. A lovely affair for those who want to enjoy Tea & Crumpets in a 105 year old Victorian Mansion.

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