Inn at Folkston is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Folkston, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Inn at Folkston provide air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, Inn at Folkston offers free breakfast, which will help make your Folkston trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Jalens BBQ & Grill, which is a barbeque restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Folkston Funnel Train Viewing Platform (0.1 mi), which is a popular attraction amongst tourists, and it is within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Folkston!
We went to see the Okefenokee and had no idea Folkston was such a magnet for railroad enthusiasts -- a bonus add-on to visit the museum in the old depot. The Inn is a delightful place to stay and enjoy both in an eminently walkable and friendly town.
My wife and stayed in the Folkston Funnel room one night and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Ted and Alease, the owners, are welcoming and loving people who will strive to make your visit enjoyable. Our room was spotless , spacious and comfortable. The en-suite was also spotless, spacious and fully stocked with all our needs. Ted accommodated my wife's dietary needs beautifully and fed us the most amazing breakfast of organic, fresh, local items. The coffee is wonderful! Check in and check out was seamless, and we thoroughly enjoyed Ted's company. The Inn has plenty of room, games available in the Living Room and feels like home. We are blessed to have met Ted & Alease and we look forward to seeing them again and enjoying the Inn at Folkston again.
We met friends at the Inn at Folkston for the weekend. Throughout the process of reserving rooms and arrival Ted and Alease could not have been more thoughtful and helpful. Our rooms were spotless and completely charming and individually decorated. The breakfasts were superb and locally sourced. Their granddaughter had thoughtfully made menus for us all (she's 6). The other guests were great fun and diverse locations. Sleeping we barely heard the trains. And listen to Ted's recommendations for dining, they are spot on. We loved it!
After 3 days on Amelia Island and 3 on Jekyll Island, we finished spring break with our last day in Folkston. It was quite different from our experience on the barrier Islands. Ted and Eliese are wonderful hosts and Folkston seemed to be taken out of central casting for an episode of the Andy Griffith show with a number of additional surprises. The Inn is walking distance from a great Thai restaurant. When we arrived at The Inn, Ted was performing a wedding ceremony. (We learned that Folkston is called the Vegas of the South because you can get a license at the courthouse and marry on the same day.) The following day we spent in the Okefenokee Swamp. It may have been the highlight of our vacation. Spectacular scenery only minutes away from The Inn. As much as I stay at Marriott hotels, you don’t feel the love that your experience at The Inn at Folkston. The less traveled road is definitely worth the trip.…
We had another great weekend in Folkston and especially loved our accommodations at the Inn! Ted and Elise are the BEST at what they do and always make us feel so welcome and “at home”! Southern hospitality at its best!