Hollybourne Cottage was built in 1890 by Club member Charles Stewart Maurice. The fabulous vacation retreat that Maurice built on Jekyll Island in 1890 was designed to be an architectural wonder of its own. The style was called Jacobethan or pseudo-Jacobean and was an early example of an eclectic Tudor style popular from 1890 until 1940.
Today, the cottage remains a diamond in the rough, with ongoing efforts to preserve the structure, and offers a perfect backdrop for receptions and other gatherings. Some areas are available for use, like the entry foyer and living room, as well as the spacious porch.
Rental fees are applicable to seven-hour events, and a $500 deposit is due at the time of booking, with the remaining balance due one month prior to the event date.
Pricing is subject to change.