Little St. Simons Island, GeorgiaGuest rooms available for your Little St. Simons Island getaway

Reservations

Reservations

Our reservations staff is eager
to help you plan your visit to
Little St. Simons Island with accommodations that best suit your preferences and needs.

 

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You may contact us regarding
overnight reservations
or about Day Trips as follows:

 

 

Reservations
All Rates Include: Accommodations, three full meals daily, all beverages, unlimited use of Island activities and recreation gear and boat transfer to/from Island.

 

Prime Season Rates

Feb. 28, 2014 - July 19, 2014
Sept. 14, 2014 - Jan. 03, 2015
No. of Guests Weekends & Holidays Weekdays
Hunting Lodge 2 $650 $600
Cedar House, River Lodge, Helen House Rooms 2 $675 $625
Michael Cottage 4 $1,400 $1,300
Tom House 2 $775 $725
Entire Helen House 6 $1,875 $1,725
Entire Cedar House or River Lodge 8 $2,500 $2,300
Exclusive Full Island 32 $8,800 $8,000
Single Occupancy Rate is less $100      
Additional Persons (in same room) 1 $200 $200
Additional Children (12 yrs & under in same room) 1 $100 $100

 

Value Season Rates

(Excludes Holiday Weekends)

July 20, 2014 - Sept. 13, 2014
Jan. 4, 2015 - Feb. 26, 2015
No. of Guests Weekends Weekdays
Hunting Lodge 2 $500 $450
Cedar House, River Lodge, Helen House Rooms 2 $525 $475
Michael Cottage 4 $1,100 $1,000
Tom House 2 $625 $575
Entire Helen House 6 $1,425 $1,275
Entire Cedar House or River Lodge 8 $1,900 $1,700
Exclusive Full Island 32 $7,200 $6,400
Single Occupancy Rate is less $100      
Additional Persons (in same room) 1 $200 $200
Additional Children (12 yrs & under in same room) 1 $100 $100


An 18% service charge plus all taxes will be added to the above rates. We welcome children of all ages May through September, and children over the age of eight October through April.

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"For the rest of my life I’ll daydream about returning to Little St. Simons Island. Stepping off the boat, it feels as though we’ve landed on another planet, surrounded by salt marshes that melt into tangled patches of oaks, cedars, and pines. This sense of seclusion is no illusion."
–KAREN LINGO, EXECUTIVE EDITOR, VISITSOUTH.COM