The Inn at Folkston has an elegant yet relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. The common living areas are decorated with antiques and collectibles that the Kellys and previous Innkeepers acquired both in the U.S. and abroad, including a collection of Persian carpets which adorn the heart-pine floors throughout the Inn.
The living and dining rooms have gas-log fireplaces, and there is an extensive library of books in the dining room and each guest room. Additionally, abundant reading materials are available, including periodicals of varied interest and information on Georgia and local attractions. Guests can enjoy such books as Walking the Wetlands, A Hiker's Guide to Common Plants and Animals of Marshes, Bogs, and Swamps, Touring the Coastal Georgia Backroads, Exploring the Okefenokee, Letters from the Expeditions in 1875, Native Trees of Georgia, and many other choices.
The living room provides a TV/DVD player for guests' enjoyment, including train videos and videos of the Okefenokee Swamp to view prior to a visit to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.
In the hallway, guests will find a hospitality room providing snacks, cold drinks, a small refrigerator in which to store items, and a butler pantry with incidentals they may have forgotten.