The main place to stay and eat on the island is the historic Greyfield Inn (tel. 866/401-8581 or 904/261-6408; www.greyfieldinn.com). The house was built by Thomas and Lucy Carnegie for their daughter, Margaret Ricketson, in 1900, and was converted to a hotel in 1962. Rates are $425 to $595 for doubles, but this includes the ferry and all meals, tours, use of bikes, snacks, and non-alcoholic drinks. Even the smallest rooms are dressed with family heirlooms, antique beds, and period antiques, with the larger suites boasting window seats and vintage mahogany king beds. Lunches are usually provided in picnic form (homemade potato salad, sandwiches, and the like), while dinners are more elaborate sit-down affairs, served around a communal table (guests usually dress up), featuring contemporary Southern and international dishes; fresh seafood is a staple, with organic vegetables and herbs supplied from their gardens. Note that there is no Internet and no TV at the inn.
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