When celebrating a special occasion or just needing to escape from the grind, enjoy one of the Amelia Island getaway deals from The Addison.
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Pricing Details: 15% discount
The Addison is proud to support our troops by offering a 15% discount for active members of the military when they stay a minimum of two nights.
Please mention this discount when you make your reservation. This offer cannot be combined with other offers and a two-night minimum is requested for this offer. This Special rate is not available for reservations being paid for in whole, or in part, using third party (BedAndBreakfast.com, BnBFinder.com….) gift cards.
Pricing Details: This package is just $325 added to your room.
Enhance your romantic getaway at the Addison with a bouquet of roses, a chilled bottle of Veuve Clicquot Premier Champagne and fruit & cheese platter that will be waiting for you in your room when you arrive. Enjoy a romantic private horse-drawn carriage tour through the historic district with a drop-off at either Joe’s 2nd Street Bistro, Espana, or 29 South ($60 restaurant gift card included). Your stay at the Addison includes a full, served breakfast each morning and our Happy Hour with complimentary beer, wine, and light snacks served in the afternoon.
Pricing Details: This package adds $380 to the room cost. A three-night minimum is requested to allow time for all of the activities.
Amelia Island is a nature lover’s paradise and perfect outdoor playground. There are four major State Parks, a National Park, miles of pristine beaches, and hiking trails. Your Outdoor Adventure package at the Addison includes a private 2-hour Eco-tour with Captain Carol of On The Water Adventures in her 32′ Tanga speedboat. Experience the wild horses of Cumberland Island grazing on marsh grasses, and closely observe dolphins, alligators, egrets, herons, and other local fauna in their natural element.
You will also enjoy a 3-hour guided tour with Kayak Amelia. This is a great, up-close look at the birds and critters of the inland rivers and salt marshes of the Talbot Islands.