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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 stayed in the rhett/scarlet suite...the theme is everywhere...the king bed is comfortable, the air conditioning is very good. The bathroom is a kick too..antique claw tub, towels various shades of scarlett. Personal attention to the inn by the owner means we will return. breakfast...More
What a wonderful place to relax and just get away. The owner of this beautifully decorated, historic home was a joy to talk to and prepared excellent breakfast each morning. The Inn is a short walk from the river front with a nice assortments of...More
We let ourselves in one Sunday afternoon, read a letter addressed to us, and found our room! It was spacious, and felt like we were staying at someone's house! Not a thing about it felt "hotelish" except the soap/shampoo :) Town was quiet (Sunday), and...More
The inn is absolutely gorgeous in the architecture and charming in its host. We had the Rhett and Scarlett room, the room was very large, the bathroom was huge, it still had the original clawfoot tub in it. Mardja, the proprietor was wonderfully sweet and...More
We stayed for only one night but wish it could have been longer. The house was period 1885 decorated and immaculate in its presentation. Although the owner was not there, directions for us was left which covered all needs along with some nice wine and...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..."