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5 Sweet & Historic Tybee Island Bed & Breakfasts

Few lodging options can give you as much local charm as a bed & breakfast. That’s why we’ve rounded up Tybee Island’s coziest B&Bs to help make booking your stay as easy as pie. Or biscuits. Or scones.

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Beachview Resort

Beachview Resort is located on the southern tip of the island, just a short walk from the beach and downtown Tybee. The sophisticated suites are so inviting, you’ll never want to leave your room — except, of course, to have farm-to-table breakfasts and bedtime dessert hour in the common areas!

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DeSoto Beach Bed & Breakfast

Established in 1936, the DeSoto Beach Bed & Breakfast is a sight for sore eyes. It houses two deluxe rooms and one suite, all elegantly designed and beautifully furnished. The DeSoto boasts many amenities, too: beachfront access, equipment rentals, heated pool and a swanky wine and cheese hour daily.

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Surf Song Bed & Breakfast

 Surf Song Bed & Breakfast

Surf Song Bed & Breakfast is as sweet as they come. Innkeeper Cindy whips up an excellent breakfast and is known to have an endless supply of fresh-baked goodies in the kitchen all day long. Each room has a different theme, but the message engraved on several signs hung throughout the house is the same: “Enter as strangers, leave as friends.”

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Lighthouse Inn Bed & Breakfast

Located in the Fort Screven Historic District, the Lighthouse Inn Bed & Breakfast is ideal for a romantic getaway. Take sunset walks along Tybee’s quiet North Beach, just a quick stroll away from the property. Innkeepers Liza and Tony make guests feel right at home with scrumptious breakfasts and detailed accommodations. What’s not to love?

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Tybee Island Inn

The cozy southern charm of Tybee Island Inn is positively undeniable. Enjoy one of seven themed guest rooms, gourmet coffee, seasonal breakfasts and the inn’s beloved afternoon snacktime. Tucked away in the historic district, this is the oldest bed-and-breakfast on the island. One thing’s for sure: the southern hospitality has been preserved just as well as the history.

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