The lodges and cabins on Little St. Simons Island were built in the 1900s; wood floors, tabby fireplaces, archaeological artifacts, and vintage taxidermy reflect the region’s natural and cultural heritage. All 16 bedrooms are equipped with modern amenities, while porches strewn with rocking chairs afford sweeping views of the surrounding wilderness. Television sets and telephones are refreshingly absent, encouraging guests to truly “switch off” and appreciate the natural exuberance of the island in the company of their fellow travelers.
Stays at the Lodge on Little St. Simons Island are all-inclusive, excepting the consumption of alcoholic drinks. While most rooms can be reserved individually, packages are available for the Cedar House, River Lodge, and Helen House. Michael Cottage and Tom House must be rented in their entirety. It is also possible to reserve the entire lodge, accommodating up to 32 guests a night.
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