Florida’s Finest

PRESER­VA­TION OF THE PAST IS A PRI­OR­ITY FOR THE INNKEEP­ERS OF THE AD­DI­SON, WHERE A VIC­TO­RIAN STYLE PERMEATES.

Victorian Homes - - Florida's Finest - By Max Troja

Want to go On a Vic­to­rian- filled is­land get­away? Palm trees, the ocean and a wel­com­ing cul­ture are all part of the vi­sion that innkeep­ers Bob and Shannon Tid­ball had in mind when they opened the doors of their bed and break­fast, the Ad­di­son. Lo­cated on Florida’s Amelia Is­land, this get­away is a per­fect low-key re­treat.

THROUGH THE AGES

Found in the quaint his­toric dis­trict of Fer­nan­d­ina Beach, the main por­tion of the inn dates back to 1876 as the pri­vate res­i­dence for Frank Sim­mons, a mer­chant.

Pho­tog­ra­phy by jump­ing rocks pho­tog­ra­phy

Op­po­site. The Ad­di­son of­fers guests a fine stay in an or­nate Vic­to­rian house, com­plete with de­tailed col­umns hold­ing up the orig­i­nal struc­ture.

This view of the East front of Ber­ring­ton Hall Left. Noth­ing ri­vals a re­lax­ing va­ca­tion, and the

looks to­wards the arch to the court­yard. Ad­di­son fo­cuses on of­fer­ing guests just that, in or­der to fully im­merse them in the ca­sual lo­cal cul­ture.

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