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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Overly helpful
"Worth every penny. The rooms, Island, meals, available tours are all outstanding. The staff is beyond friendly and knowledgeable. My mother is in her senior years, I was somewhat concerned more"
written May 14, 2019 by AlohaSaraMarie
Relaxing, Beautiful, Great Food
"We spent three nights at Greyfield - needed one more. Really had a chance to relax and just take things at a slower pace. The food was excellent with some ingredients grown on site. Tours were more"
written May 8, 2019 by James K
Stunning place to be and stay
"Went with a group of 14 friends for my 70th. Staff were on top of all things while making it look effortless and elegant with a touch of professional warmth. You are staying in an island more"
written Apr 13, 2019 by thedanmetzler
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