The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island
Scale of 90-100
Serene retreat on barrier island with 16 rustic but comfortable wood-paneled rooms in original hunting lodge and outlying cottages. Choose the brighter, cheerful Tom House or Michael Cottage. Lounge has a massive stone fireplace, bookshelves and open bar. Simple and delicious Lowcountry dishes are served family-style in a cozy dining room; seasonal Friday oyster roasts. Chief amenity is virtually unspoiled 11,000-acre island that provides sanctuary for a wealth of wildlife, including nearly 330 species of birds. Naturalist-led bird-watching walks through interior and along wild beach; kayaking, cycling and fishing. Not luxurious, but rather the embodiment of rustic comfort.
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The attention to detail and meticulous service.
The many tall trees tend to make some rooms dark; the accommodations in Helen House, Tom House and Michael Cottage are brighter and more cheerful.
Good to Know
Given the location, it is not surprising that it can be quite buggy.
The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island Features:
- Airport transfers
- Children welcome
- Fly fishing
- Meal plan offered
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: Cedar House, $475; Editor’s Choice: Tom House, $575 (all meals, wine and spirits, and boat transfers included).
All meals; Beer and wine; All resort activities and equipment; Round-trip boat transfers to the island; Wi-Fi
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