Coastal cottage, Wilmington Willow, is a 6 mile zip across the marsh to the atlantic ocean and small
beach resort of Tybee island. Within that short distance are many of the area's best known seafood
resturants and some of the most beautiful roadway through coastal georgia's marshland. WW offers the
quiet mid ground between sand and surf and the historic downtown of Savannah; reputed for beautiful gardens, good food, lively entertainment, and sophisticated art culture. WW sits on a private sandy road with the marsh in front and expansive in view across the inter coastal waterway of the wilmington river. Willow is of authentic low country style of living and located in a cluster of old cottages, which was once declared a simple fishing village. The original cottage was built in 1945 as a fish camp and has recently been restored to offer all amenities of a vacation home. This charming retreat offers gracious lifestyle for entertaining front porch style while overlooking the subtlety of the ebb and flow of Georgia's shoreline tides. The southern backside of wilmington island offers an unexpected secluded getaway from it all. This tip of the island is abundant in water birds, migratory, and the colorful locals. The tin roofed cottage is canopied by great live oaks, cluster palms, tall old pines. The winding island road is relaxing for long shady winter or summer walks with the delight of bird spotting. The simple tropical setting is just the spot needed away from the buzz of modern lifestyle. Just sit back and do nothing, grill out, or read a good book under the giant old magnolia covered with blossoms surrounded by shadowy drapes of
spanish moss. Sit sipping your favorite drink while watching the vibrant red southern sun setting. The area offers more day trips than there are days in the week. WW is owned and designed by an artist and offers the pleasure of being surrounded by the unique display of art. For sure, the collective visuals make for a vacation out of the ordinary. wilmington willow has a smaller guest cottage designed to resemble a yacht that can be reserved for larger families or separately for couples and guest.
kayaking, sailing, surfing, bike trails, walking paths and great
long beaches, rural road tripping, ship spotting, art classes,
yoga, alligator searching, gallery hopping, reading a good book,
meeting new people and seeing and doing new things.