The Horse Stamp Inn now offers five gorgeously appointed suites, each decorated to reflect the decor and style of its namesake: Dawn Run, Sugar Foot, Seabiscuit, April Love and Cimarron. The Seabiscuit Suite is the largest and offers access to the panoramic upper terrace. The bedroom feels wedding night romantic. Actually, the Horse Stamp Inn would make an ideal location for a wedding. The Hutchesons maintain a pristine barn on sixteen tranquil acres as well as an artesian pond. Guests looking for more than relaxation can enjoy simple pleasures like walking or playing cards, or may swim in the pool and fish the pond. Tom can arrange boat outings along the Georgia coast on a private 21-foot vessel. Cruising to Jekyll Island takes less than an hour but a full day is needed for an excursion to Cumberland Island- a National Seashore managed by the National Park Service. Overnight visitors delight with the plentiful breakfast Kris prepares. She incorporates fresh produce from the garden when available. I was served blueberry cornmeal pancakes (bursting with homegrown berries) bacon and quiche. Kris said, “Guests love to gather eggs for a morning omelet.” As you might expect, horses also make their home at the Horse Stamp Inn, along with the egg-laying chickens. The Inn’s dining room and kitchen are available for dinners by a private chef or caterer or folks simply hop in their car and drive over to one of the many restaurants on nearby St. Simon’sIsland.
Very large, 1500 square feet suite overlooking the entire 16 acre property. Full veranda views. Flat screen TV. Generous walk-in shower with two spray heads, jetted tub, his/her sinks.
Nightly Rate: $265 - $325
Medium to large suite, private bath/shower, views of horses and horse pasture. Sea Island Hotel Collection mattress, 600 count sheets, luxurious towels, flat screen TV.
Nightly Rate: $185 - $225
Medium to large suite, private bath/shower, views of horses and horse pasture. Sea Island Hotel Collection mattress, 600 count sheets, luxurious towels, flat screen TV, full view of peaceful fountain.
Nightly Rate: $185 - $225
Large suite, private bath/shower, views of horses and horse pasture. Sea Island Hotel Collection mattress, 600 count sheets, luxurious towels, flat screen TV, full view of peaceful fountain and stocked pond (bass and brim).
Nightly Rate: $195 - $235
Large suite, private bath/shower, views of horses and horse pasture. Sea Island Hotel Collection mattress, 600 count sheets, luxurious towels, flat screen TV, full view of peaceful fountain and stocked pond (bass and brim), view of pool and barn!
Nightly Rate: $195 - $235
5 on July 11, 2014
My husband and I just enjoyed our wedding anniversary at the Horse Stamp Inn. We had a wonderful time! Such a peaceful retreat and the Innkeepers, Tom and Kris, were very friendly and inviting. We hope to return.
5 on January 18, 2014
We were so excited to find this fabulous place for a quick getaway! It was a wonderful place and we hated to leave! Beautiful views and a quiet escape from reality for just a little while!
5 on November 15, 2013
Horsestamp Inn.......beautiful, majestic, 5 star accommodations in a wonderful home! . I stayed there last night as a surprise gift for for my sweetheart. We went on the rouse that we were taking pictures of this gorgeous inn for their website. Tom and Kris Hutchinson played along perfectly giving us the grand tour of the grounds, the stable and the pond and then on into the main house which is decorated with perfection. Each room contains a king sized bed and a private bath. They are all very large rooms with flat screen TV's and incredible views. They each have a horse related name, we stayed in the Seabiscuit, named after the race horse of course. The largest room in the house, this room is a suite fit for a king! A jetted tub and and huge shower await you! Ceiling fans and impeccable linens all around are just what you will find along with feather pillows and a long veranda that looks out over the front lawn and drive as well as a beautiful fountain. We sat and listened to the water flowing and enjoyed a glass of champagne and enjoyed the luxury this inn affords. Totally enjoyed this wonderful experience we both had and what gracious hosts Kris and Tom are!
5 on September 05, 2013
My wife and I recently stayed at the Horse Stamp Inn and it was the most terrific experience for us. The place is simply beautiful, inviting and most of all the the hosts there are absolutely wonderful people. We felt extremely comfortable and welcome during our stay and they both went out of their way for us. It is not often you get to meet such good people, God Bless them both, and the whole experience really stood out compared to the other B&B;s we had visited before. In addition to all of that, we had the Seabiscuit room, which was truly amazing. We both enjoyed the room very much and recommend it highly. We just can't say enough good things about the Horse Stamp Inn and just days after leaving are already discussing when we might take our next visit there. All in all, my wife and I both felt it was the best B&B experience we ever had.
5 on April 14, 2013
Had the pleasure of spending our anniversary there in November 2102, and a weekend getaway April 12-14 2013. It is such a relaxing, beautiful, and stress-free getaway. There is the property to explore, the pool, the fishing pond, and the bonfire pit just to name a few. Bell, their horse, loves for you to feed her carrots. The breakfasts have been outstanding, and perfectly paired, with an expertly prepared Mimosa. We love the places decor, and the rooms are all wonderful. We have spent many hours chatting with Tom and Kris, who are wonderful hosts, met some family members who were visiting, and great guests also. We have enjoyed meeting everyone, which only makes the place more memorable and friendly. The only drawback we have had was having to leave such a wonderful place and friends to come home. Anniversary weekend we will be going back if not before. If you are looking for a place to have a wedding, celebrate an anniversary, or just get away and relax, this is it, look no further.
5 on March 27, 2013
We recently had the pleasure of spending some time at the Horse Stamp Inn. It was a "getaway" and this was the perfect place! We could have spent our entire time away here--it is sooo relaxing. Kris and Tom were wonderful hosts--so friendly and engaging. They gave us a tour of the grounds---beautiful barn with a friendly horse, fishing pond with nearby swings, crackling bonfire, refreshing pool. Their home was welcoming as well--a large, friendly kitchen, gathering area with fireplace, and screened-in porch. The home is beautifully appointed and our suite was picture perfect--calming and quiet with every need thought of and provided for. Delicious meals were a highlight--home-cooked and unique. Kris and Tom had lots of ideas for things to do in the area, so we did a bit of exploring. Within an hour's drive we were able to visit Savannah, go to the beach and see some historical sights on Jekyll and St. Simon's Islands. The Horse Stamp Inn is a one-of-a-kind experience-----definitely a "good for the soul" place. Thanks, Kris and Tom, for making our visit memorable in so many ways---we will be back! Ed and Cathy Driller
5 on March 12, 2013
This is THE BEST B & B I've ever been to! It is a site for sore eyes the minute you drive into the grounds.It feels like you've arrived and the southern hospitality is just waiting to be served to you. Tom & Kris are the most gracious hosts greeting you with a glass of wine & warm toastie morsels of bites of appetizers, mmmmmm. The home is palatial, spectacular, clean & the utmost quality of everything! My wife & I can't wait to go back in the not too distant future. You will love it! John & Tru Bubeck
5 on October 11, 2012
My husband and I were planning a trip to Brunswick to go on a bay fishing trip. We don’t get away very often and we were looking forward to some time together. The night before our trip, my husband told me he booked a room at the SUPER 8. After getting the desired reaction, he told me that he had booked the Suite at the Horsestamp Inn. The next day, we were rushing to get on the road. We farm and had to just get on the road with the clothes that we had been working in all day. This being our first B&B experience we didn't know quite what to expect. I was worried about our appearance and hoped they didn't kick us out at first sight. However, it was quite the opposite. Mrs. Kris and Mr. Tom called and checked in with us on the way and when we arrived it was like we were coming to a relative’s house. (Not just a relative but maybe your grandmother's ...on your birthday) From the time we walked in the door we felt like the world revolved around us (a nice change for parents of a small child). We loved that the house felt so welcoming and that all of the decor was elegant but found its roots in farmhouse-like decor. We didn't arrive at the B&B until 10 p.m. and they had a something ready for us to eat when we walked through the door. Poor Mrs. Kris was up early and had our wonderful breakfast ready before 5 a.m. It was so relaxing to be in a country setting without the stress. It was nice to see my husband so relaxed. On most vacations he is so ready to get back home! So, If you are like us ,country folks, and wondering if you can get out of your comfort zone and stay at a B&B you definitely should stay at the Horsestamp...you will not regret it! Such wonderful people, an amazing room and delicious home cooking....what more can two people want? We are already planning another trip to the Horsestamp. We cannot sing praises fitting of our experience! Thank you Mr. Tom & Mrs. Kris Clayton & Jessica
4.8 on October 02, 2012
My husband and I took a most-needed long weekend away recently, and needed to remain close to home due to the illness of a family member. I had heard about the Horse Stamp Inn through our local news via a feature they were having showcasing places to go using one tank of gas or less. The pictures and video they showed during the broadcast really caught my eye, so when we had an opportunity to get away I suggested we give it a try. We found the property and the innkeeper owners to be most enjoyable. When we started down the massive drive towards the Inn, I felt like we were royalty. It was larger than life, beautifully manicured, and inviting. We were greeted by innkeeper/owners Tom & Kris Hutcheson. They could not have been any kinder and welcoming. Tom took us around and showed us the property. All weekend we enjoyed fantastic homemade meals, fishing, relaxing by the pool, swinging in the breeze by the pond, and enjoying the beauty of the property. It is unlike any B&B we have ever stayed at in that most B&B's are a lovely home with maybe a porch, and that's it. Horse Stamp Inn is an adventure. It is so private. As far as you can see is its' property. Acres upon acres of lush pasture and land. You look in one direction to see the barn which is so lovely that weddings are held there. In another direction is a pond surrounded by woods with a fire pit and swings right beside it. In yet another direction is a beautiful pasture, which is home to Belle. She is the precious horse I enjoyed feeding sugar cubes to all weekend. The Inn itself is warm, inviting, and beautifully decorated. Our room was large, lovely, and had a most comfortable bed. We can't say enough how much we enjoyed Tom and Kris. We quickly engaged in conversation, spent time with them, and we came home counting them as friends. We intend to go back as frequently as time and circumstances permit. We loved it there and highly recommend it to others. Ronnie and Sue Story
5 on September 12, 2012
My daughter and I had the pleasure of visiting the Horse Stamp Inn on a girls getaway weekend. As soon as we pulled down the driveway, we knew we had found something very special! The grounds were beautifully kept and the inn was warm and welcoming. The bedrooms were gorgeous and felt comfortable and inviting. There were so many great places throughout the inn to sit back and relax! Outside, My daughter had great fun collecting eggs from the hens and visiting with Belle, the inn keepers horse, as well as swimming in the pool. We even went on a boat ride on Georgia's inter coastal waterways! Our favorite breakfast was the french toast made with Georgia peach bread, so delicious! Tom and Kris are incredibly kind and genuine people who obviously love what they do, we felt so at home on our visit and look forward to another one!
Countryside, Small town
Jacksonville, FL (JAX) 40 miles
I-95 Georgia Exit 22 (Horse Stamp Church Road), West 3.5 Miles
Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Horses, 16 Acres of Manicured Pastures, Pool, Fishing Pond, 16' Swing Set, Historic Cemetery, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Library, Piano, TV Video games, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , Four Stall Barn, 21' private boat, Private fishing pond, 16 x 32 pool, 16' swing set, Shooting Range
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service
Bicycle rental, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Gun Range, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Water sports
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian