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  • Refreshing Outdoor Pool
  • Spacious Standard Double Room
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Cumberland Island Inn & Suites at Kings Bay

 

The Cumberland Island Inn & Suites at Kings Bay, is the premiere hotel in historic St. Marys, Georgia – the perfect starting point for daylong adventures to Cumberland Island, Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base, Crooked River State Park and the Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge, and the quaint shops and restaurants of charming St. Marys.

 

Our standard rooms and deluxe two room suites – some featuring private Jacuzzis – are spacious and comfortable.

 

A deluxe complimentary continental breakfast is served daily. Ample amenities such as microwave/refrigerator, coffee maker, iron and ironing board, free high speed internet access, voice mail, and free local calls are sure to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable.

Hotel Facilities

Services: Continental Breakfast, Cable / Satellite TV, Hairdryer, Coffee - Tea Maker, Iron / Ironing Board

Activities: Health/Fitness Center


Parking: Complimentary parking for all registered guests

Special Package

Enjoy Great Savings & Georgias Natural Wonder. Experience this natural wonderland where wild horses roam magnificent sand dunes with The Cumberland Inn & Suites enticing discount packages. Call for rates on 1 to 4 night discount packages that include: 2 Adult Round Trip Ferry Tickets to Cumberland Island, A $40 Dollar Meal Voucher to one of the 3 Popular Local Restaurants, and a 1 King or 2 Queen Bed Standard Room. (Upgrades are available) A non-refundable deposit is required to hold the Ferry Seats.

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Local Attraction

Cumberland Island is the largest and southernmost of Georgia’s barrier islands. It’s also a National Park that features pristine unspoiled beaches, dunes, dense salt marshes, and freshwater lakes. In addition to the natural features, the seashore includes some historic properties, such as the ruins of Dungeness and the Plum Orchard estate.

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