This space is a fully furnished studio guesthouse with a garage door on two acres of property located down a nice quiet gravel road. It has everything that you would need to be comfortable for a short or long term. Located only 2 miles from Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, 6 miles from the Gateway to Cumberland Island and only a 30 minute drive to downtown Jacksonville.
“This was my first Airbnb experience and it far exceeded my expectations. I came for a work trip with my dogs and enjoyed my stay so much that I booked an extra week! Check in was a breeze and the place was spotless and homey. The amenities were wonderful and the bed super comfy. I had everything I needed for an extended stay. Roland and Patricia are wonderful hosts and did a great job with communication. If I could give them 10 stars I would but since I can’t, I will just plan on staying with them again!”
New upstairs bungalow located above garage. Private and quiet surroundings located in downtown St. Marys. Walk to shopping and dining. Bikes provided if you request. Very close proximity to Cumberland Island ferry.
“Lori's place is very nice. We only stayed overnight since this was a quick stop for us during our travels. I wish we had the opportunity to stay longer to explore the St Marys area and enjoy the comfort of Lori's place but we were on a tight schedule. Lori's place is very spacious and beautifully decorated. We would definitely like to come back when we can stay longer.”
Our stunningly beautiful guest suite is a one of a kind oasis. You'll feel as though you're in a tree house in a tropical paradise surrounded by native palms while overlooking the beautiful Saint Marys marshes and river. Breathtaking Sunsets....
“Spacious, nicely decorated room with oversized windows overlooking salt marsh. Attractive and spacious full bath. All is well-maintained. Short walk to ferry, restaurants, and shops in St. Mary’s waterfront. Central a/c, ceiling fan, and cross ventilation provide options for comfort. Also nice balcony facing marsh for morning coffee and birdwatching.”