Paul is serving his 4th term on the Tybee Island City Council, and his wife Annie teaches environmental education at Oatland...More information +
Paul is serving his 4th term on the Tybee Island City Council, and his wife Annie teaches environmental education at Oatland Island Wildlife Center. They live upstairs and are available for anything you might need, whether it's adjusting a bike seat, giving directions, or helping you get online with your free high-speed wi-fi. They've made many friends during their 11 years hosting folks from all over the world, and are proud and grateful that many of them return year after year.
2 BR / 1 BA / Sleeps 4
Left on Apr 07, 2011 for a stay in December 2010
Staying at Tybee Moons is like staying with family or friends, with all the comforts of home. The place has everything you need, from bikes to towels and is tucked into a quiet side street but still very convenient to exploring the island. This was my first time to Tybee and Paul did a great job of explaining the best places to visit.
Paul just recently added solar panels to his roof and has …