The Laundry Cottage

Conveniently located in Jacksonville's historic core,  Our cottage will sweep you into the charm and beauty of Jacksonville! Dine at one of our neighborhood’s many delicious restaurants, have fun at our quaint shops, enjoy an invigorating hike in one of Jacksonville's many walking trails, maybe an evening at Britt Festivals or delight your senses at our award winning wineries! All simply steps away!

A Home In The Heart of Historic Jacksonville

Our Cottage

The Laundry is an enchanting 1 bedroom cottage. A peaceful sanctuary. With spacious high ceilings, large windows, lovely gardens with fountains, outside eating and private parking.  

 

Wind-down in comfortable luxury in the sumptuous king bed with Italian Frette sheets and Hungarian down bedding.....

sweet dreams......

(The couch is a  queen sofa sleeper that can comfortably accommodate 2 additional guests)

The Laundry Cottage has a fully stocked kitchen with stainless steel appliances and gas stove top. A washer & dryer is also provided with a supply of soaps for ease in traveling. French doors open up to your own private patio and fountain.   Relax in luxury in Turkish robes while sipping complimentary Starbuck's coffee and tea. Every detail has been thought of to help you relax and enjoy your stay!

Hi, my name is Jackie and I'm the owner of The Laundry.  I've been blessed with the privilege of traveling to many places. When  my husband and I visited this cottage for the first time we felt like it was one of the most peaceful, charming and romantic places to be. So we purchased the property in order to share that warmth and magic with others........

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About Jackie

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Email: jackie.anderberg@gmail.com

 

Design Team: Penwell Lowenberg Design

Laurie Sager & Associates Landscape Architects

© Photos by David Gibb Photography