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The Coastal Isles and the Okefenokee Hotels

The Inn at Folkston


  • Inn is beautifully restored
  • Owners make you feel like welcome relatives


  • The many trains that pass by can be noisy

Updated 10/24/2012

Fodor's Review

This Craftsman-style inn with a huge front veranda, porch swings, and rocking chairs is filled with antiques, and each room is uniquely decorated. The romantic Lighthouse Room has a king-size bed, a fireplace, and a screened-in porch. The International Family Room can accommodate up to four guests (it has two queen beds). Get set for a terrific breakfast: the four-cheese soufflé with artichokes and the classic eggs Benedict with hollandaise sauce are particularly good.

Ask about Sunday–Thursday single-guest rates for a good deal.

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Hotel Information


3576 W. Main St., Folkston, Georgia, 31537, USA

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912-496–6256; 888-509–6246

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 4 rooms
  • Breakfast

Updated 10/24/2012

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Jul 2, 2006

Inn at Folkston like taking a sedative

My husband and I stayed one night at the Folkston Bed and Breakfast Inn and absolutely loved it. It was so peaceful. We sat on the large front porch and read, heard the trains go by, had a picnic in the backyard and really slept well in the beautiful quiet comfortable room. The breakfast and coffee were delicious and the service was excellent. We will go back again for another sedative like experience. We felt rested after leaving Folkston for


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