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We enjoyed our stay. The bed in #5 was firm and pillows were hard but we had brought our own. All the furnishings and accessories were antique. A smaller flat screen TV in the room but we had no desire to use it. The stores...More
I like old hotels, but the room was really hot and the AC off--it took it several hours too cool down and the noise was loud. However, I enjoyed staying in this historic hotel and having dinner in the bar with locals was a highlight....More
Old Inn right on the river. Great spot to visit Cumberland Island. However the place really needs some rehab. See the picture for shower faucets. Every room is different and unique. Nice bar attached. But the rooms really need rehab. Owners are nice. OK for...More
The not-quite-completed ceiling repairs were not the only problem in Martha's Room at the Riverview during our recent stay. I really wanted to like this place: it had wonderful old photographs on the walls, and old cameras and typewriters on display, and a couple dogs...More
Excellent place to stay.
Staff was extremely pleasant and made you feel like you were home.
Clean rooms and great Lemon doughnuts for breakfast.
Beautiful scenery surrounding hotel.
Great live entertainment with full bar and restaurant.
Will definitely come back and stay again.
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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