Eagle Island Featured in WAll Street Journal 2012
WALL STREET JOURNAL Picks EAGLE ISLAND for Featured Story
April 7, 2012
Your Own Island, on a Dime Super-Private Retreats Affordable Enough For the Rest of Us!
Darien, Georgia (April 9, 2012) The Wall Street Journal has selected (5) islands from around the globe for their featured story April 7 – with only ONE island named in the USA! EAGLE ISLAND, Georgia
The item follows: ~ by Thea Klapwald
"Cheap" and "private island." Can those words possibly be used together by anyone whose net worth falls below eight figures? Turns out, you don't need a trust fund or an IPO to make like a pampered castaway; retreats are available around the world for less than you'd pay at a five-star resort. (That's especially true if you're sharing with a handful of friends.) While some offer little more than a beach and a few palm trees, others come with king-size beds and even private chefs.
Southern Escape in Georgia
Eagle Island fulfills the desire to get away without the hassles of going very far. The 10-acre island is located in southern Georgia's salt marsh, where coastal tides provide waters deep enough for the quick boat trip from historic Darien. The recently built Eagle Lodge has a 1,500-square-foot screened-in porch with hot tub and fireplace, and offers rustic luxury to a maximum of 12 guests. You must bring your own food and beverages but fresh crab is included in the rental price. From $400 per night. www.PrivateIslandsofGeorgia.com ~~~~~~
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