We enjoy welcoming guests to our B&B and sharing the surrounding beauty and relaxing views. We understand how privileged we are to live in this beautiful environment. So with respect to the need to reduce our carbon footprint and meet the comfort of our guests we designed the new inn with both you and the environment in mind.
The inn was built to conserve energy. Each room has its own temperature control. Tankless water heaters provide efficient hot water without wasting energy. Our induction cooktop is a dream to cook on and uses minimal power. Composting and recycling efforts reduce our waste to the extent we have no need for a commercial dumpster. Herbs, flowers and vegetables are grown in our own gardens or sought from local resources.
Don't miss Bill's Saturday night fire. Saturday evenings we gather with guests, neighbors and friends for a quiet bonfire out by the marsh. Here we enjoy catching up with others, listening to tales of old or just a bit of star gazing. Moon rise is often a spectacular affair especially when it rises over a full tide
Bill is a retired research chemist and Jan is a Registered Nurse. Both look forward to meeting new guests and welcoming the return of others. Your innkeepers are a wealth of local knowledge and are happy to help with arrangements for tours of sapelo, boat charters and kayaking arrangements.
The first floor great room is comfortable and cozy, a perfect place to read a book and sip a cup of tea. In the morning, you can enjoy a cup of coffee in the sunroom, which is beautifully decorated with favorite scenes of New England, Jan's childhood home.
The Blue Heron Inn is a favorite of bird watchers and photographers and is perfectly situated, just minutes from the Sapelo Island ferry and visitor center. The Blue Heron is centrally located along the coast just an hour away from historic downtown Savannah. Jekyll and St. Simons Islands are only 30 minutes away.
For more information, you can contact Jan and Bill Chamberlain at 912 437-4304 or at email@example.com.