The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island, Stay

Enjoy in an unspoiled island on the coast of Georgia

Jean Pierre Contasti

In the coast of Georgia, find a formerly private retreat where nature has always lived wild and free. Surely, having been in the hands of the same family for more than two centuries has guaranteed Little St. Simons Island’s charm to remain intact. Moreover, as you reach this unique location among the state’s famed Golden Isles, immerse yourself into a quiet den, where you’ll be able to relax and explore. What are you waiting for? The Atlantic shores of Georgia welcome you to leave your worries behind.

Tracks on the sand as the sun sets, with the ocean at the right side.
Sancho Panza Beach in Little St. Simons Island | Photo by The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island

First, reach The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island by boat, cruising through the channels of the Altamaha River. Once on the dock, marvel at the beauty of the place, where coastal life shows its characteristic pace, calm and unhurried. Further along, you’ll watch big and old oaks next to moss-covered cypresses as they line up next to paths that lead into cottages. Above all, the exclusiveness of this setting, where ecology meets Southern hospitality, is to be enjoyed by only 32 overnight guests.

Sunset view of a wooden lodge, next to mossy cypress trees
Hunting Lodge, one of the cottages in the island | Photo by The Lodge on Little St. Simons Island

So, be ready, after a great night’s sleep, to embark on nature-loving activities as soon as day breaks. In other words, after choosing from a wide variety of options, you’ll be delighted by the beauty of this barrier island, home to gracious animals. To sum up, feel love for nature as you enjoy its best features while on a charming little Georgian island.

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