Greyfield Inn
Box 900
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035

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Price Range: $395 - $575

A grand and graceful mansion located on Georgia's Golden Isles on the state's southernmost coastal island, Cumberland Island. Cumberland Island was the 19th century retreat of Thomas and Lucy Carnegie who, in 1900, built Greyfield for their daughter, Margaret Ricketson. Converted to an inn during 1962 by her daughter, Lucy R. Ferguson, and family - who oversee the daily operation - Greyfield Inn exudes the welcoming atmosphere and charm of a family home.
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Glad I Stayed; however, ....
"Neat place, I'm talking about Cumberland Island, and Greyfield. Food was good with exception of a couple of meals. There were only two working chairs at the beach, no working umbrellas. The more"
written Apr 10, 2021 by David B
A visit to a unique island
"My first impression of Greyfield was negative. After spending some time thinking about why, my assessment: This place does not have enough staff to provide the kind of service one would expect more"
written Apr 2, 2021 by PoinsettiaPlate
Wonderful Inn on Cumberland Island
"Greyfield Inn has always been a bucket list place to stay. And it was a dream come true. Wild horse roam throughout the island. Our room was beautiful, it was as if we stepped back in time, yet more"
written Mar 21, 2021 by Denise F
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