Here's What Our Villas Offer
Our spacious two bedroom, two bathroom villas have been recently updated with a modern beach feel.
With well-stocked kitchens, dining rooms and living rooms they are designed with a fresh, open concept and completely interactive space.
Wide patio doors from both the master bedrooms and the living rooms open up to the spacious back patios. Settle in with your morning coffee overlooking the lagoon with water fountain features.
Your eyes will constantly be drawn to that lagoon view even from our high-end kitchens. Either villa can accommodate you and your crew whether for a week's stay, just choosing to make breakfasts, or even to indulge in a month-long stay baking cupcakes and cooking full meals. An open concept lets the chef participate and engage with everyone.
Each villa contains high-end appliances include stainless steel stove, bottom freezer refrigerator, convection microwave, dishwasher, garburator, kettle, coffee maker and toaster.
The large master suites have royalty written all over them. Both villas are furnished with a deluxe king size bed and a luxurious ensuite with a spacious shower.
The large second bedroom in each villa is furnished with two queen size beds.
Flat screen TVs in the living room and master bedroom with a DVD player in the living room.
The main bathrooms are three-piece and fully updated.
The in-suite laundry room is tucked away near the front entrance of both villas and has full sized washer and dryer for your use.
We are only steps from the white sandy beach on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. You get special access from SeaWinds private entrance.
A short walk or drive down the street brings you to seaside shops and restaurants. The Old Town of St. Augustine is just a 5-minute drive from SeaWinds Dreams.
Your vacation is a well deserved retreat from your day to day life.
We respect and understand that.
It is our intention that SeaWinds Dreams offers you that and more.
About St. Augustine
St. Augustine is a special place. It has a rich history, having been settled by the Spanish way back on September 8, 1565. The Spanish explorer Pedro Menendez de Aviles named the settlement after St. Augustine because it was established on the saint's Feast Day.
The historic feel of St. Augustine has been preserved with cobblestone streets lining the local shops and restaurants. The oldest fort in the United States, still standing, exists here called Castillo de San Marcos.
Many tours and activities are offered here. Just a stroll through these streets gives you the feeling of an old European village meets the New World.
St. Augustine has bustling shopping areas.
From Outlet Malls to big box stores to quaint local shops, you'll find whatever you may require here.
From fine dining to casual chic to franchise names you know, dining in St. Augustine will entice everyone's palate.
Visit: visitstaugustine.com for all the attractions available during your stay in St. Augustine, Florida.