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Room was small but we expected that. Water stains on ceiling, have you heard of kilze paint. Shower was recently remodeled with a new tub, shower tiles, and floor tiles. They then neglected to paint around these wall tiles with all the glue on the...More
I was prepared to like this old hotel from its reviews until I smelled it's mustiness when I walked in the door.
The reception staff was cold but efficient.
Our room was on the second floor and the best thing about it was the river...More
This is definitely an old historic hotel. I read all the reviews so was ready for rustic but this poor old place definitely needs some TLC. It is right across from the river, beautiful setting, and convenient to restaurants, shopping and ferry to Cumberland Island....More
I stayed here with my husband and two children (ages 9 and 10) for two nights. Most of the reviews are accurate. The hotel is incredibly convenient if you’re taking the ferry to Cumberland. You really can’t beat the location. The box lunches were well...More
The town and this place are charming. We sat on the porch and had great service from a girl from Brooklyn NY. Food was good with menu being pretty basic but good quality. Prices on the menu were acceptable.
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The Park Service has an off-street parking lot for campers (free) within a block of the ferry and the Hotel. You can park at the Hotel overnight, unload your camping gear (ferry is directly across the street) and then move... More
The Park Service has an off-street parking lot for campers (free) within a block of the ferry and the Hotel. You can park at the Hotel overnight, unload your camping gear (ferry is directly across the street) and then move your car to the NPS lot. Jerry Brandon