Family Owned and Operated
The Anchor Inn Bed & Breakfast is a cozy, ocean-themed bed & breakfast in a Craftsman bungalow with 6 colorful private-bath guestrooms located in Historic Downtown New Smyrna Beach, FL. Its prime location is only a short walk from antique shopping, boutiques, restaurants, and more. A delicious complimentary breakfast is served in an atmosphere where guests are treated like family. Coffee, tea, and snacks are available around the clock. Individually themed rooms include complimentary Wi-Fi, cable TV, DVD players, and comfortable, over-sized private baths with whirlpool tubs.
Adventure on your mind? Explore nearby parks and beaches on one of our comfortable beach bikes. At Anchor Inn, you are a short walk from the Intracoastal Waterway and local marina, and a short two mile bike ride from the beach.
The Anchor Inn Bed & Breakfast is a family-owned business. Tommy & Liz reside on site to provide exceptional customer service.
More About Your Hosts
Tommy has a diverse background which includes hospitality, customer service, and entertainment. When he is not cooking breakfast or cleaning rooms, you may find him playing a board game, reading a book, or hosting trivia.
Liz has not only a background in hospitality, but also in accounting and business management. She enjoys reading, going to the beach, and baking yummy treats amongst her free time activities.
Both of them are originally from different parts of the state of Ohio, but have lived their entire adult lives in the beautiful state of Florida.
Together they bring a personal touch to the Anchor Inn that will not only meet their guests' needs, but create a memorable experience that will make them want to come back again and again and bring their friends!
History of the Anchor Inn NSB
We're located in New Smyrna Beach Florida's Historic District -- As for the history of our house, we will let her speak for herself.
Welcome! I am a real Florida Cracker, let me tell you my story. I have known many people and endured the changes of time. I remember the railroad men of the 1920's - rambling gambling men who frequented the casinos at Coronado beach. I can recall the hurricane of '26 that took the gaming house into the sea. I will never forget the blackout nights of WWII, when I would sit in the silent darkness, hiding from the enemy ships that were off our coast. There were happier times as well - there was one time when a wedding was held here in my living room!
In 2001, my new owners gave this old girl a face lift and three loving families have resided here since then to host the many wonderful guests visiting from all over the world. I am renewed, artfully decorated, and anxious to provide a warm and fun filled atmosphere for all who visit me.
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