Screened Inn circa 1929

screened in circa 1929Those hot, muggy and humid days of Summer are cooling down and the crowds of the season have ebbed like the tide.  This is the time of year when our beach weather is so perfect and when we’re not booked up back to back.  It’s also a great time for you to get in another end of Summer getaway to celebrate family and friends or to just give yourself a respite from another long work week.  Our Screened Inn circa 1929 is just that kind of place where you can get nestled in along the quiet north end of Tybee just to eat, sleep and idle away your stress.

screened inn circa 1929

Located directly behind historic Officer’s Row, this cottage lounges along the quiet part of Tybee that’s  to the Lighthouse and North Beach.  It’s a ground level charmer with tall ceilings and extra large windows to allow in tons of natural light.

screened inn circa 1929

Totally updated, this cottage now offers two full baths and an additional “water closet”.  The décor is by The Lettered Cottage which means it’s filled with lots of local art, vintage finds and comfy furniture.

screened inn circa 1929

There’s a traditional Southern screened porch with rocking chairs; the perfect place to enjoy iced Sweet Tea as you saunter through that book you’ve been wanting to enjoy all Summer.  Yes, you will catch yourself indulging in one of our most charming low country gestures of waving and nodding at passersby as they stroll the tree lined street.

screened inn circa 1929

Grill out in the fully fenced yard or luxuriate in the outdoor shower after a frolick at the beach or drift off into decadent sleep while napping in the hammock.

screened inn circa 1929

Get the picture?  Now, let’s talk about how we can make this your Girls Getaway, a Bro Time Fishing Trip, a Sister-Cation or a romantic interlude.  Screened Inn circa 1929 will host whatever special getaway you’re longing to experience.  It’s just that easy.

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