Much of what others have said need not be repeated; this is an amazing place and a very unique experience. Just don't have your expectation level too high. We stayed at a B&B on Amelia Island the night before we took the ferry to Cumberland, and the noticeable difference between the 2 properties (aside from the obvious location and step back in time) was the level of service. The B&B innkeepers were friendly and personable and you had a better feeling for the place as a result of getting to know them; there was a sense of place. The difference at the Greyfield is that there is no one person or couple who represents the "face of Greyfield" in the same way that the innkeepers at the B&B did. The innkeepers - if they were even there- never introduced themselves, and our only contact during our 3 days there was with a series of naturalist guides and college-age kids working there for the summer. They were friendly, but not much more, and you got the sense that they were transient employees with no real or long-lasting connection to the house or the island. That being said, the island itself and the history and nature to be experienced are still worthwhile. Just don't expect too much, and you will thoroughly enjoy the place.
- Also Known As:
- Greyfield Hotel Cumberland Island
- Greyfield Resort All Inclusive
- Greyfield Inn Ga
- Greyfield b&b Cumberland Island
- Greyfield Inn Georgia/Cumberland Island