I had the chance to spend a weekend on Eagle Island a few months ago and I LOVED it. They're offering a really great package all February long in honor of Valentine's Day. Check it out!
Owner Capt. Andy Hill invites Eagle Island guests to enjoy luxurious .com while savoring a quiet slice of heaven with someone you love. Imagine surprising your loved one with an island all to yourselves. There’s no traffic, no noise – just fabulous ocean breezes. As the only guests on the island, accessible only by boat, Capt. Andy provides round-trip boat transportation from Darien, Georgia and a customized vacation right down to the food, activities or any special request that you may desire.
The special Romantic February Valentine Package includes:
· Private Islands of Georgia Tote Bag
· Eagle Island Cap
· Imported Teak Sugar Mold Candle Stand with 12 votive candles
· Bottle of Wine OR Champagne
· Fresh Flowers
· Private Islands of Georgia signature BBQ Sauce
· Coastal Georgia Guide to wildlife, boating, island facts and adventures
Take long leisurely walk, sleep late, and indulge yourselves by the indoor or outdoor fireplace. A wrap-around screened porch with swinging couch, hammock and a hot tub Jacuzzi belongs just to you while you sip your coffee and watch for American bald eagles nesting outside the window.
Inside Eagle Lodge
Capt. Andy Hill invites you to his “5-Moon” island of impeccable service, detail and perfection. Beautiful accommodations, complete luxury that is comfortable enough to kick off your shoes and enjoy total privacy located in the wild beauty of untouched marshland surrounded by pristine waterways. Why not slip into a plush robe and watch the early morning sun rise together or plan a kayak adventure to explore the beauty of the coast before dinner!
February rates range from $400-$500/night.
Drive Time to Darien:
1 hour from Savannah, GA
1.5 hours from Jacksonville, FL
3 hours from Charleston, SC
5 hours from Atlanta, GA
5 hours from Charlotte, NC
Call Capt. Andy for Availability & Special Rates
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