Scale of 90-100
Stately white-pillared inn with 16 lodgings surrounded by expanses of green lawn and moss-draped oaks on Cumberland Island, once the retreat of the Carnegie family and now a national seashore. Many of the individually decorated rooms include features such as beadboard wainscoting, four-poster beds and period furnishings; old-fashioned baths provide claw-foot tub-showers. (Note: Six of the rooms in the main inn have shared baths; be sure to inquire.) No internet or TV; emergency phone only. Gracious living room. Exceptional food is served family-style at tables set with crystal, silver and china; picnic baskets prepared for lunch. Naturalist-led activities; pristine beaches. No cars permitted on the island. No children under age 5.
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The atmosphere of complete relaxation; there is no pressure whatever to forsake a rocking chair on the front porch.
As charming as it is to have authentic plumbing fixtures, the encircling shower curtain around our combined tub/shower proved a challenge.
Good to Know
Six of the rooms in the main inn, lovely as they are, have shared baths. They are: the Master Suite, Marsh, North Marsh, South Marsh, Marsh West and South Porch.
Greyfield Inn Features:
- Airport transfers
- Fly fishing
- Meal plan offered
- No wifi
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: South Marsh, $550; Editor’s Choice: Stafford Suite, $680 (all meals included; minimum stay required).
All meals, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages; Daily Jeep tours led by a naturalist; Unlimited use of bicycles, kayaks, and fishing equipment; Round-trip ferry service to the island; Parking on the mainland
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