Have you ever stayed in a historic hotel or home and wondered what the walls would say if they could talk? We may not have talking walls, but we do have Ms. Sallie Ann Robinson. For $175 per night during the fall and winter, you can enjoy the Fances Jones House as the guest of Ms. Sallie Ann Robinson, native islander, American cookbook author, celebrity chef, and cultural historian. She is a native of Daufuskie Island and is noted for her knowledge of Gullah traditions and history.
Staying in this historic Gullah home will be like stepping back in time. Historians, adventurers and those simply interested in Gullah culture will enjoy listening to stories, and experience a home cooked breakfast that will be served the first morning of your stay. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about Frances Jones herself, a leader among the Gullah people of the island who served as the teacher at the island’s school.
This is a unique, one-of-a-kind experience for those who cherish a real historical experience.