About The Hoyt House Inn
Constructed on Atlantic Avenue in 1905 by builder John Mann, the house is modeled after the Rockefeller Cottage on Jekyll Island. Banker Fred W. Hoyt, his wife Kate, and their three boys, Charles, Willis & Wadleigh, resided here until Mr. Hoyt’s death in 1927. The Everett Mizell family enjoyed a comfortable life in this grand home for the next half-century–and now it welcomes you to enjoy what they so loved.
The elegant Amelia Island Inn at Hoyt House offers 10 spacious guest rooms, a swimming pool and hot tub, public salons with original hand-tiled fireplaces, the English Pub and full liquor license to service all of your libations.
Let's Talk About Breakfast...
The experts say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. At The Hoyt House, we take that seriously. We offer guests a perfectly conceived and presented breakfast that is a true culinary delight before heading out to explore Amelia Island. Wake up to the smells of breakfast cooking from our kitchen just for you.
What Our Guest Say...
Wonderful. Stayed for 4 nights in a king room. Breakfast was delicious and nicely varied (I had French toast, a ham and cheese omelette, a Dutch baby topped with fresh fruit, and a tater tot casserole studded with sausage). Each breakfast even had a first course (yogurt with granola, danish and fruit cup to name a few). The amenities are great: nice pool area, board games, library, mini fridge stocked with complimentary water and soda, and even a happy hour with complimentary wine (we were too busy to avail ourselves of the latter, but it was a nice touch to offer it). The bed in the room was extremely comfortable. The hosts are very gracious. The location can't be beat (we were able to walk to virtually all of our lunch and dinner spots). Would certainly recommend staying here if you're vacationing on the island.
Jamie and Todd were fantastic. They gave us a small tour when we arrived at the house. We enjoyed their 4-5 happy hour with complementary wine. It was a cool way to meet other guests. We left for Cumberland Island before we could stay for breakfast one of the days so they left us little goodies for breakfast instead. The only downside of their location is that it’s on route to the paper mill so there’s semi trucks that pass late at night. All in all, super accommodating B&B, nice breakfast, and open pool area. They provided great hospitality and we would love to visit again!
Wonderful hosting in a lovely environment. We eloped December 4th with much help from Jamie and Todd. Jamie went out of her way to even find last minute hair and make up appointments for me. Todd did an awesome job decorating the Gazebo where we took our vows. They have a Beautiful Home and are very welcoming. It was wonderful to be in an environment where customer service is important. Thank you so much for making our day beautiful and special.
The Hoyt House is an amazing historical house. The main floor takes you back over 100.years. Bedrooms have plush beds,, tv and a wonderful rain type shower. Breakfast is not to be skipped. Everyday has a special breakfast that is beyond the finest restaurant. One of my favorite activities was the Happy.Hour in the original bar room. Great opportunity meet other guests. We will return and stay longer. Forgot, only one block to the main street shopping and restaurants.
Evening Social Hour
Wind down for the evening with a relaxing glass of wine or two. Consider this the first course of the night, and then allow us to make recommendations for dinner. This is the perfect time to meet other guests. You can mingle with the staff or get to know new friends.
Join us nightly from 4pm – 5pm (Monday-Saturday) Closed on Sundays
The beautiful gardens begin with outdoor amenities like a hammock for two, a pool & hot tub, lounge chairs, umbrellas, shaded tables and an old fashioned gazebo complete the relaxing picture. At the Hoyt House you will re-learn how to relax. What better place to spend a lazy afternoon or evening after a day at the beach.