Georgia Bed and Breakfasts
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Bed and Breakfasts In Georgia:
- Ansley Inn: Built in 1907 as the home of famous Atlanta clothier, the inn is an Atlanta landmark. Within walking distance of many attractions. Close to Midtown Atlanta yet situated on a quiet tree lined street.
Decatur (near Atlanta)
- Garden House Bed and Breakfast: Guests stay in a private second floor suite and enjoy a delicious breakfast. After a day of sight seeing, relax on the spacious screen porch overlooking gardens and a pond with a waterfall.
- 118 West: A one bedroom garden apartment with a living room, fully equipped kitchen and full size bath. Furnished with antique and traditional furniture and has fireplaces in both bedroom and the living room.
- Planters Inn: A landmark building, the inn opens onto Savannah’s historic Reynolds Square where live oak trees, flowering azaleas and horse drawn carriages set a tranquil mood. The inn is rich in history.
St. Simons Island
- Beach Bed and Breakfast: A luxurious 13,000 square foot Spanish - Mediterranean villa on St. Simons Island, Georgia. The wide porches provide picturesque views of the Atlantic Ocean and the luxury suites ensure your comfort.
- Serendipity Cottage: One of the finest examples of a “Four Square” house in Thomasville. Built in 1906 when this particular style of house was the latest rage. The garden has wonderful aromas, song bird and squirrels.
- The Dawson Street Inn: Built in 1856, five years before the start of the civil war. The inn has all the charm and character of a by gone era and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Close to downtown.
- The Simmons-Bond Inn Bed and Breakfast: This Queen Ann Greek Revival was built in 1903. All rooms feature private baths, in-room gourmet coffee, and tea & sweats at turndown. Guests enjoy a large gourmet breakfast served on china & crystal.
- Holly Court Inn Bed & Breakfast: Known as the home where Mrs. Jefferson Davis awaited her husband during his flight south after the fall of Richmond. Located just two blocks from the charming town square and other local attractions.
- Washington Plantation Bed and Breakfast: This 1828 Greek Revival home allows you to experience what life was like when cotton was king & the cotton planter an aristocrat. Luxurious comforts combine with history to create a memorable stay.