A grand mansion located on Georgia's largest and southernmost coastal island, Cumberland Island. Built in 1900 as a home for Lucy and Thomas Carnegie's daughter, Margaret Ricketson, it was opened as an inn in 1962 by Margaret's daughter, Lucy R. Ferguson, and her family.
Greyfield Inn is furnished today as it was at the turn of the century, with contemporary amenities blended in.
Cumberland Island is designated a National Seashore, and, as such, is preserved and protected from development. The daily visitor rate is limited. Greyfield's private compound includes more than 200 acres for guests' use.
8 North Second Street ~ Box 900
Greyfield Inn, Cumberland Island GA
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