Destination Report: Sea Island

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Sea Island · Sea Island, Georgia
Written by

Diana Moon

Sea Island

Southern Coastal Georgia
Traditional southern elegance
Best For:
Families, small groups, couples
Large variety of accommodation options at the Cloister, the Lodge and Sea Island Cottages to satisfy many different needs
Food & Drink:
Nine exceptional dining venues – including the renowned Forbes Five-Star Georgian Room – offer cuisine to satisfy every taste. From casual to formal dining, the hallmark of Sea Island’s culinary excellence is a strong partnership with local farmers, butchers and fisherman – ensuring the freshest regional ingredients.
The resort offers a world class spa, salon, fitness center and performance therapy center.
Guests have access to tennis & squash courts, golf, beachfront watersports, shooting school, boating & fishing, horseback riding, a sporting and hunting club, as well as numerous nature activities.
KKTWW Loves:
  • Sea Island’s private dock allows for easy access to various fishing and boating activities that can be fun for families.
  • Sea Island’s rich history – before dinner make sure to grab a cocktail at the River Bar and take a stroll through the hallways where you can see some of the Club’s photos dating back to the 1920s, then make your way out to the dock to view legendary sunsets against their private marsh.
  • The Chef’s Tasting dinner in the Georgian Room is the only Forbes Five-Star restaurant in Georgia. Guests can enjoy a unique dining experience with impeccable service from start to finish. Request a table close to their stately fireplace for an extra cozy feel!
Compliments of KKTWW:
  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability.
  • Daily full breakfast for up to two in-room guests served in restaurant.
  • $100 USD resort credit to be applied to any Sea Island amenity.
  • Early check-in/late check-out.
Make sure to head over to the Lodge at Sea Island Golf Club and take a drive or walk through the magnificent double row of 160 year old oaks trees which create the Avenue of the Oaks.
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