Watergarden Inn at the Bay

Address: 126 Fourth Ave. N.E., Saint Petersburg, Florida, 33701, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located in the St. Petersburg area of Saint Petersburg, is near Museum of Fine Arts, Saturday Morning Market, BayWalk, and St. Petersburg Museum of History.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Watergarden Inn at the Bay Saint Petersburg

      What a Find!

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      Whenever I pick accommodations from a website I am always a little skeptical, but the Inn at the Bay was wonderful discovery. The entire B&B is filled with a down-home charm. Dennis and Jewly, the innkeepers, do everything possible to make you feel at home and assist you in having a wonderful stay. They are there to point out good restaurants and must visit places. On their website it says "within walking distance" and they truly mean it! When my husband and I arrived we parked our vehicle and didn't touch it again until we left. Everything there is perfect for a get-away from the delicious breakfasts to the fluffy beds and the whirlpool tubs! We had such a wonderful stay there and look forward to visiting again soon. If you have any reservations about staying here, throw them out the window. I promise you will not be dissatisfied!

      What a Great Place

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      It was a wonderful weekend. The first Bed and Breakfast we have been to. It was very relaxing and elegant. We were treated like family. The food was great and the service was wonderful.

      Inn at the Bay is a Wonderful Inn

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      Inn at the Bay is a wonderful inn where the hospitable innkeepers, Jewly and Dennis Youschak, seem to have thought of everything. Newly renovated, the inn is ideally located within walking distance of downtown St. Petersburg.

      In addition to an impressive array of amenities, the inn boasts tastefully furnished guestrooms and a superb gourmet breakfast each morning.

      I enthusiastically recommend it to anyone traveling in the St. Pete area.

      Maxine Pinson

      A great B&B!

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      We stayed in the Blue Heron Suite for 2 nights. The room was decorated so beautifully and the bed was like sleeping in the clouds. The bathroom was very clean and had a wonderful jacuzzi tub. Jewly's breakfasts each morning were delicious! The Inn was located within walking distance of The Pier, Baywalk (shopping, restaurants, etc) and the Museum of Fine Arts. We would highly recommend this B&B to anyone visiting the St. Petersburg area.

      What a terrific place!

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      My husband and I just returned from 3 nights at the Inn at the Bay Bed and Breakfast and it was wonderful! Our room (the hibiscus room) was as comfortable as it was beautiful. The bed linens were dreamy, the bathroom sparkling, and it had all the amenities of home. We could definitely tell that the innkeepers love what they do and take a lot of pride in their work -- it shows in the little touches such as fresh flowers in the room and the exceptional breakfast served each morning. The inn is within walking distance of cute little shops, great dining, the Pier and Progress Energy Park (the spring training home of the Devil Rays). We look forward to going back next year-

      Comfortable and Romantic

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      Dennis, Jewly & Spike,

      Thank you for sharing your beautiful inn with us. We had a truly relaxing (and romantic) getaway thanks to your terrific hospitality. The wine and cheese event was fabulous and it was great to be within walking distance of so many great restaurants, museums and the pier. Thank you again we will be back for our next anniversary and many more!

      Elle and Jacob Fields

      Savanna Georgia

      The bed was like a cloud!

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      After a series of hard beds, cold hotels, at last! The Manatee room found us. It started with an innocent bubble bath accompanied by candlelight and good wine. It was after this delicious bath that we finally melted in this heavenly bed--the rest is a love story!

      A little piece of Heaven...

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      I found this place using the reviews on this site and thought I was a little unsure.. boy was I surprise! The Inn at the Bay is one of those wonderful hidden treasures! We needed to get-away to decompress and we stayed one night and it was wonderfully relaxing... the rooms are spootless clean, the antique furniture all over the Inn reminds you of an era gone by the breakfast was yummy. The services is excellent, the innkeepers Dennis and Jewly love what they do and it shows in all of the small details. This is a sure bet. We are already planning our next weekend get-away.

      So comfortable.

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      Fabulous place. Let's list the great things about this B&B: the feather bed, jacuzzi tub, easy access to downtown and bay, calling doves outside my bedroom window, custom cooked breakfast, Spike the golden retriever, Jewly and Dennis, easy in-and-out for private coming and going, off street parking, close to shopping and restaurants and great soap. Lovely old restored home. You won't be disappointed.

      Absolutely Perfect!

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      As a local we know all the Inns..in and out..and Inn at the Bay is the best! The only B&B we've been to that gives you space. Mingle if you want, or stay to yourself. A FULL breakfast, (yes, full, sit down) is served everyday. The Innkeepers are as nice and can be, and their dog Spike is just precious.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Watergarden Inn at the Bay Saint Petersburg

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      2 comments, 5 photos

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