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Greyfield Inn

    Greyfield Inn
 in Cumberland Island


One of four grand homes originally built on Cumberland Island by Lucy Carnegie for her children, Greyfield Inn has a timeless quality that entrances visitors to this historic inn. Family portraits still grace the walls of the parlor, and late Victorian antiques, Tiffany lamps, and Chippendale pieces — many family heirlooms — fill the rooms. In the well-stocked library, first editions and classics owned by the Carnegies line the shelves; in the living room, horsehair chairs flank the baronial fireplace. There are no telephones or televisions to dispel the illusion of living — however briefly — in the past.

Greyfield Inn, a member of Historic Hotels of America since 2000, dates back to 1900.

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