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All reviewsgoodbread housecumberland islandother guestsupstairs porchoversized bathroombreakfast was deliciousfront porchrhett and scarlettwonderful cookwhipped creamperfect roomwalking distancelegacy tourcookiespleasure of stayingferry ticketsstayed here for two nights
We loved Goodbread House. The Inn is welcoming, comfortable and charming. Those scrumptious breakfasts served on fine china defy description. Mardja, the owner/Innkeeper, is a superlative chef and the quintessential hostess. She manages Goodbread B&B with profiency and grace.
Lovely old home with all the amenities. Quiet and charming place. We were in the Scarlet and Rhett room very close to the front door, but it was private and spacious. Breakfast was nicely done. Be sure to ask ahead if you have special requirements....More
We loved our stay at Goodbread Inn. Tammy was extremely helpful and took an ownership attitude that we appreciated. The room was clean and the oversized bathroom was spectacular.
Breakfst was delicious and the water was hot. Sheets were clean and our privacy was respected....More
We stayed at Goodbread for two nights for our visit to Cumberland Island. We were in the Lombarde suite which was huge. Lots of storage and a massive bathroom. It was cold outside, so the owner turned up the heat a bit warm for us....More
We just spent an overnight there on our way to Fla. because my husband wanted to take in the "All You Can Eat Special" at Lang's Restaurant. I didn't feel like a hotel and wanted to be able to walk around town and to the...More
Response from GoodbreadH | Property representative |
We are a 35 minute drive from the Jacksonville Airport. We are one block from restaurants and bars, and we are one block from catching the ferry to Cumberland Island National Seashore. There are also antique stores and other... More
We are a 35 minute drive from the Jacksonville Airport. We are one block from restaurants and bars, and we are one block from catching the ferry to Cumberland Island National Seashore. There are also antique stores and other gift shop stores and local owned businesses downtown. We are a short drive to Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island for day trips as well.
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"There are only stairs- no ramps and no elevator. We stayed upstairs and enjoyed the veranda every morning..."