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Casa Yallaha Hostel

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@CasaYallaha
Location: St Augustine, FL US
Website: http://www.casayallaha.com
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Boyscout062 is my screen name. I am Tim Smith and I am the proprietor of Casa Yallaha, a hostel in Saint Augustine Florida. You can see the hostel on our website http://www.casayallaha.com We have a video tour available under the tab "About the House" on the website. Our rooms are very inexpensive. Individuals and groups can stay there; our prices range from around $13 to $20/person per night. This is the least expensive stay in town. Casa Yallaha is located in the historic district, indeed the house itself is historic. While not haunted it dates back to around 1865. One of the biggest problems visiting St. Augustine is parking. We have the advantage of letting you park on the property and walking to nearly everything in the district. Our amenities include a huge kitchen with everything you need to make a feast including two stoves, two refrigerators, two dish washers and two microwave ovens. We have a pool table and game room with lots of games. Our living room's entertainment center has hundreds of DVD and VHS formated movies. We have an internet workstation and two wi-fi zones. Upstairs is a complete library. Our rooms are cool! We have a male and female dorm along with a small single room. We have two couples rooms (romantic only) and two family rooms that feature a double bed and a bunk bed. Downstairs we have a three room area we call the "suite." Seven people can stay there. It has an en suite bath and two other rooms; one has a bunk bed and a futon and the other has a single bed and a bunk bed. Our mission is to let each guest feel as though they have found a home away from home in St. Augustine; a home they will return to for the kind of spiritual refreshment one can find in Saint Augustine. Those who spend the night with us become yallahinians! A yallahinian is welcomed back to the house when ever they visit St. Augustine - whether they stay with us or not. They can come in use wht wi-fi drink some coffee and just relax!