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 Amelia Lounge complete with English Pub and full liquor license to service all of your libations poolside or in-room.
Located in the heart of the Historic District you can walk to over 35 restaurants all just steps way from our front door. It is our pleasure to exceed your expectations.