Casa de la piña is a 1920's home nestled in the heart of downtown St. Augustine. This home is a piece of St. Augustine's magnificent history. We just completed a full renovation on this home to bring back it's original luster and incorporate all of the modern day, upscale amenities you love. It's a 5 minute walk from all downtown destinations such as the bay front, the fort, restaurants, art galleries, & shopping.
Casa de la piña has 2 bedrooms with TV’s, full kitchen including coffee bar, 2 bathrooms one with an antique claw foot bathtub, Smart TVs with netflix included, WIFI, wireless soundplayer, a very inviting porch to sit outside, people watch and enjoy St. Augustine’s amazing climate. Oh and a designated parking spot.
Check out just how close we are to everything:
You can walk to just about everything downtown. The beach is about a 10 minute drive over the Bridge of Lions to Anastasia State Park, or over the Vilano Bridge to Vilano Beach.
There is an amazing fresh farm market located right next door.
( Rype & Readi Farm Market is a high-growth, specialty retailer of natural and organic food, differentiated by strong farm-direct supply, focusing on health and wellness at great value. We offer a community of businesses and complete shopping experience that includes fresh produce, bulk foods, fresh prepared foods, meat and seafood, baked goods, dairy products, frozen foods, natural body care and household items catering to consumers’ growing interest in eating and living healthier.)
The Ice Plant is just steps away:
COME, RELAX & ENJOY A STEP BACK IN TIME
Inspired by the historical period of the early 20th century, our idea is to reintroduce our guests to a time where the experience of having a cocktail and a bite to eat was both healthful and enjoyable. Focused on the art and craft of mixing exceptional local ingredients in precise measurements to create perfect and unique flavor profiles.
Fresh, house-pressed juices and a wide assortment of bitters and specially developed syrups, result in stunning cocktails. Attention is paid to the smallest of details with three different kinds of ice, including a nod to the building’s original use as an Ice Plant, with a 300lb block of ice and custom cubes.
The farm to table restaurant and bar is open for lunch and dinner. Serving grass-fed beef and burgers, local seafood, with vegetarian options and daily specials.
The original “Ice Plant” building dates back to 1927, an experience like no other in Florida. It is complete with the original bridge crane on rails overhead the bar. The crane was used to pick up huge blocks of ice to then be broken down and sold to local customers and the shrimp boats. We wanted to restore the feeling of walking into an old factory.
Don’t feel like walking? The trolleys pick up and drop off across the street at Ice Plant.
So you can park the car, stash your keys, and enjoy town.