There’s no better place to stay than at a bed and breakfast in Georgia for your next getaway in “The Peach State.” With plenty of unique and alluring bed and breakfast options spread throughout the state, from Atlanta, to Savannah, the Georgia Mountains, Augusta, and Wine Country, you can easily explore all of the unique sights and landmarks from the comfort of a bed and breakfast, Georgia style!
Pleasanton Courtyard Bed and Breakfast, is Fayette County Georgia’s first licensed Bed and Breakfast. It is 6,000 square feet of elegance in an updated Victorian-style house, with grand crown molding, chandeliers and granite throughout. As a Bed and Breakfast, its primary mission is to be your choice for unique accommodations and a memorable experience; it can be your choice for intimate weddings, business meetings and events as well. It is nestled upon 19.8 acres of sprawling green lawns and wooded areas. When you drive up the tree lined driveway, and take in the well-manicured grounds, you feel as if you have left the busyness of life and entered your own private retreat. When parking you will get a glimpse of the large fully-stocked pond.
Hamilton-Turner Inn features 17 guest rooms and suites steeped in timeless southern romance and charm. Perfect for a relaxing weekend getaway in Savannah, all rooms have been uniquely designed and furnished in a style befitting a historic boutique hotel. What they share is a rich character and style faithful to our origins as a private home built in 1873. Rooms are available in the Inn’s main building or the Turner Carriage House, a separate three-bedroom, three-bathroom residence with a parlor, garden access and a private entrance. Select rooms feature original detailing like 11-foot windows, antique four-poster beds, exposed brick, fireplaces and clawfoot tubs. All rooms merge period décor that includes Oriental rugs, brocade wallpaper, antique light fixtures and lush draperies with modern touches like complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen televisions with cable channels. Beautifully renovated bathrooms have retained their vintage charm while incorporating modern luxuries like walk-in showers with rain showerheads, marble sinks and comfy bathrobes. Complimentary amenities include morning coffee or tea, a chef-prepared southern breakfast is available on Saturday and Sunday and a great to go breakfast box on weekdays, afternoon refreshments, evening wine and snacks are available upon request and a late evening port and cookies also available upon request. Small pets under 25 pounds are welcome in the Casmir Pulaski, Eli Whitney, John Habersham and Isaiah Davenport rooms for a fee.
Georgia's Premier Wine Country Inn Southern Living Magazine names Beechwood Inn “One of the South’s Most Charming Inns.” https://www.southernliving.com/travel/souths-charming-inns Wine Spectator Names Beechwood Inn Top 13 East Coast Inns with Excellent Wines. https://www.winespectator.com/articles/east-coast-inns-with-excellent-wines “Wine Enthusiast Magazine places Beechwood Inn in the Top 5 Destinations “for your next wine and food-focused escape.” Travel writer Becky Lamb says, “Beechwood Inn is the closest thing to a Napa Valley Bed and Breakfast we have in Georgia.”
Lake Allatoona Inn is a bed & breakfast, hobby farm and an events venue. The Inn is located in a meticulously restored 1893 Victorian mansion. It is located lakefront on Allatoona Lake a very popular recreational lake bordered by Red Top Mountain State park. It is across the street from a Civil War Battlefield. It is 1.5 miles from Lakepoint Sports Complex and Interstate 75. The Inn is 30 minutes from Atlanta and 15 minutes from Kennesaw State College.
At Lucille’s Mountain Top Inn & Spa you’ll experience wide vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains. We are located in Sautee Nacoochee, GA and only a short trip to Atlanta and Greenville, SC. We have 13 comfortable rooms and suites to choose from, so there is something to fit everyone’s needs. The rooms are decorated in contemporary luxury, all but one have a king sized bed, and some have Bubble-jet or Jacuzzi tubs and fireplaces. Begin each day with a breathtaking view of the mountains then head downstairs to experience a homemade gourmet breakfast. While you’re here you can also take advantage of our Spa (recently voted one of the 10 best in Georgia), for an array of wellness and spa services that help you relax in a serene and casual environment.
The Inn on West Liberty, located at 109 West Liberty Street is situated in the heart of Savannah’s historic district. The Inn provides a luxurious setting for guests to experience a sense of southern comfort and warm gracious hospitality and offers several amenities including a full gourmet breakfast; afternoon tea; social hour; free wi-fi; morning newspapers; limited complimentary parking; elevator.
This Savannah, GA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Georgia. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, and The gardens offer an indulgent setting, rich in vegetation and fountains. You will see lush blooming vines and flowers, smell the in season citrus and fig trees laden with fruit and hear the soft songs of birds throughout. Relax with the peaceful bubbling water from several fountains or enjoy the swing on the porch giving you a gentle breeze. A quiet space beautifully set for your unique wedding ceremony. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Savannah, Georgia.
This Stockbridge, GA, Bed & Breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations less than 30 minutes south of Atlanta. Generous amenities include bathrobes, real southern breakfast, free WIFI, in-room coffee as well as superior beds and linens. The three rooms and one bedroom apartment have a modern and southern chic flair, balanced by elegant room specific decorations. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next Southern Escape in Stockbridge, GA.
Relax...Restore...Rejuvenate! Glen Ella Springs Inn Bed & Breakfast located on 17 acres just south of Tallulah Falls down a gravel road, only ninety miles northeast of Atlanta,GA. We offer first-class gourmet dining, and genuine hospitality in an atmosphere of casual elegance. Glen-Ella Springs Inn was chosen as one of National Geographic Traveler’s Top Picks for 2008.
This St. Simons, GA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Georgia. Enjoy a fabulous breakfast, and Balconies, and Operable Windows & Sliding Doors. Our BnB in St. Simons provides In-Room Electronic Safe and the Mini-Fridge, Microwave without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in St. Simons, Georgia.
The Brady Inn, an 1885 Victorian Bed and Breakfast on the Antebellum Trail in Madison, Georgia's historic district, offers old-fashioned charm, modern amenities, and true Southern hospitality. The Brady Inn Bed and Breakfast on the Antebellum Trail in the heart of Madison, Georgia – home to one of the largest historic districts on the National Register – allows you to experience the beauty and history of Georgia’s Historic Heartland. Linked by a covered breezeway, two Victorian cottages offer old-fashioned charm, modern amenities, and Southern hospitality. Seven bedrooms with private baths are beautifully decorated in Victorian antiques and feature heart pine floors, lovely mantels, and period appointments. Our one and two-bedroom suites have private sitting rooms with daybeds and trundles for additional sleeping capacity. Picturesque homes, unique shops, wonderful restaurants, art galleries & museums, and other attractions are only a short stroll from the Brady Inn Bed and Breakfast. Visit beautiful Lake Oconee in Georgia’s Lake Country, or play a challenging round of golf on one of our award-winning golf courses. Relax in a rocking chair on the porch, picnic in the pecan orchard, and enjoy a glass of wine in the parlor. Wi-Fi and guest computer provided. We have a dining room, small meeting and conference facilities, and grounds available for special events.
Stonehurst Place is an eco-friendly inn, restored in 2008 to its 1896 historic beauty. Located in the heart of Atlanta, everything from the furniture to the amenities makes this inn a pleasure to visit. Gourmet breakfast, luxurious rooms, beautiful gardens of native plants. Treat yourself to something special. You deserve it! Enjoy the best accommodations Atlanta has to offer in a truly 'Green' setting.
This Macon, GA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Georgia. Enjoy a savor hearty breakfast in our elegant dining room, sip wine from the Mansions cellar with tasty hors d’ oeuvres served during the evening reception held in the Mansions Double Parlor and after a long day of exploring this Historic City enjoy sweet nibbles from our very own Burke Mansion Bakery. Our bnb in Macon provides individually designed, they vary from containing 11 foot windows and antique four poster beds to clawfoot tubs. Each room is sure to captivate and entrance you and will be an experience all within itself without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next memorable escape in Macon, Georgia
This Chatsworth, GA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Georgia. Enjoy one of the 6 delightful guest rooms – each with unique personalities and amenities – private porches, hot tubs, gas fireplaces, and Georgia mountain views. Included is an elegant 3-course homemade breakfast, coffee, tea and assorted beverages, homemade sweets each afternoon, a wine & cheese hour on weekends! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in Chatsworth, Georgia.
Our Beachview Bed and Breakfast has eight graciously appointed guest rooms, each with their own distinct décor and personality. Just 45 minutes from Savannah International airport and 30 minutes from Savannah’s Historic District, our location on the south end of Tybee Island, GA is the perfect place to call home during your holiday.
This award winning, National Historic Register in Monticello, FL bed and breakfast Inn is located very near Tallahassee FL in the panhandle . It offers luxurious rooms and accommodations. Enjoy a full served local breakfast and we are able to accommodate special dietary needs. Every large room has a private baths, free hi speed wifi. - satellite TV and Netflix Our bnb in welcomes pets and famiies. On site parking on our original landscaped one acre Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next antebellum escape to quaint Monticello, Florida. Lots of area activities and shopping.
Pettigru Place Bed & Breakfast House is nestled in the heart of downtown Greenville, SC. The inn is located in the famous Pettigru Historic District, perfect for a romantic getaway. Pettigru Place features beautifully appointed common rooms, six elegant guest rooms, and a peaceful English garden. Our location is within walking distance to all the downtown attractions.
Heritage House is a five bedroom boutique inn and event facility set in a historic home in beautiful Opelika, Alabama. Available now for nightly lodging and special events. Located just a short walk from the charming downtown historic district, Heritage House is very close to lots of opportunities for dining, drinking, entertainment, shopping, and activities.
Welcome to The Addison on Amelia Island, located in the peaceful seaside village of Fernandina Beach, on beautiful Amelia Island, Florida. Our 14 uniquely appointed rooms combine Old Florida elegance with modern conveniences that the discriminating traveler expects. We are within walking distance of dining, shopping, museums, river cruises, historic homes and the beach and Ft. Clinch State Park are just a bike ride away! The Addison on Amelia Island is a boutique inn providing guests comfort and elegance in the historic seaside village of Fernandina Beach, on Florida's Amelia Island. The inn is made up of 3 antebellum-style buildings surrounding a tranquil central courtyard with lush gardens and a fountain. We offer 14 charming guestrooms, all with private baths, and many with private or semi-private porches. We serve a delicious gourmet breakfast each morning, and a happy hour on the veranda each afternoon.
Fairbanks House offers 5 traditional bed and breakfast rooms on the first two floors of the main mansion. These rooms are spacious, featuring king or queen beds, and offer most of the same amenities as the larger suites and cottages. Our 4 luxurious suites are also located in the mansion, but have even more privacy. Select from suites with private porches, living rooms, Jacuzzis, and old-fashioned claw-foot tubs. Our two-bedroom Grand Tower suite occupies the entire third floor of the mansion. The 3 cottages adjacent to the main mansion are still provided daily breakfast, Social Hours, and housekeeping, but also have complete privacy – perfect for extended stays.
This North Augusta, SC bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in South Carolina. Enjoy a Hot served gourmet breakfast, and complimentary refreshment and snack station. Our bnb in North Augusta is the only AAA Four Diamond rated accommodation in North Augusta and in the entire greater Augusta area. Our spectacular guestrooms boast decorative period hearthsides, original oil paintings and sitting areas. Enjoy every imaginable comfort including lush feather bed mattress toppers, fine linens, down pillows and comforters as well as cozy robes and upscale bath amenities without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next romantic escape in North Augusta, South Carolina.
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Georgia is well-known for its many iconic cities, rolling mountains, and historical landmarks. Atlanta is a bustling city with much to offer, including a famous botanical garden, museums, and the Georgia Aquarium. Savannah is the state’s oldest city as well as one of the most well-known gems of the south, offering a variety of museums, historic sites, an impressive old town district, and Forsyth Park. Nature lovers can opt for at a cozy mountain bed & breakfast or a relaxing stay in wine country.
As one of the former 13 English colonies, Georgia has a unique and rich past dating back to the 1700’s. History buffs will rejoice at the various historical sites and attractions scattered throughout the state. You can book a stay in the capital near Martin Luther King Jr’s birthplace and the Atlanta History Center. Savannah, the state’s oldest city, is bursting with historical sites just waiting to be explored with plenty of bed & breakfast options sprinkled throughout the city from which to explore it all. Some of Savannah’s most famous landmarks include Old Fort Jackson, Wormsloe Historic Site, National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, and Fort McAllister State Park, just to list a few.
Georgia offers a plethora of exciting activities year round. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the abundance of viewpoints and hiking trails in the Georgia Mountains. Lookout Mountains, a mountain ridge in the northwest corner of the state near on the border of Tennessee and Alabama, is one of Georgia’s most impressive outdoor adventures and offers a variety of points of interest. The mountain ridge offers hiking to Ruby Falls, a 145-foot-tall underground waterfall in a limestone cave inside Lookout Mountain. Rock City Gardens is also a part of Lookout Mountain, offering a 4100-ft walking trail that is encapsulated by botanical surroundings and a 90-foot waterfall. Beach lovers can explore the nearly one hundred miles of Georgia beaches in St. Marys Georgia, which stretches between St. Mary’s River and the Port of Savanna. Sit back and revel in the natural beauty of Moccasin Creek State Park in Clarkesville, Georgia. Sip on local wines in Dahlonega, an old gold mining city dating back to the early 1800’s. Explore the charming town of Sautee Nacoochee in Northern Georgia which was built by Native Americans. The town has plenty to explore including an old general store (The Old Sautee Store), Anna Ruby Falls (one of the most popular waterfalls in the region), Chattahoochee River, and Unicoi State Park. Savannah offers a rich historical experience with a charming old town district and Forsyth Park to be explored. Check out the Ocmulgee National Monument in Macon which features large Native American earthen mounds from 1000 A.D. Visit the Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta Botanical Garden, and a myriad of museums, parks, shops, and restaurants in Atlanta. Wander around the tree-shaded paths of Forsyth Park in Savannah.
Georgia is known for its stunning Blue Ridge Mountains, endless hiking trails, and abundance of outdoor gems. Some of the most revered hiking trails include: Blood Mountain, Rabun Bald, Brasstown Bald, and Slaughter Mountain. The seven natural wonders of Georgia are known as: Amicalola Falls State Park, Okefenokee Swamp, Providence Canyon, Radium Springs, Stone Mountain, Tallulah Gorge, and Warm Springs.
There’s truly no shortage of things to do and places to be explored in “The Empire of the South.” Stay at a bed & breakfast on Tybee Island, Savannah’s Beach, and explore the Tybee Island Lighthouse, the beach pier, and the beaches in the north of the island. Go horseback riding through a variety of trails in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Swim in the stunning natural lakes in Rabun County. Explore the Black Rock Mountain State Park, MoonRise Distillery, Chattahoochee National Forest, and wineries in the city of Clayton. The North Georgia Mountains offer stunning landscapes and viewpoints, as well as home to Georgia’s Wine region. Wine lover’s can head to the North Georgia Mountains to explore the best of the state’s Wine Country, with award-winning wineries, such as Tiger Mountain Vineyards, Wolf Mountain Vineyards & Winery, and Frogtown Cellars. The stunning Stone Mountain Park is Georgia’s most popular attraction, featuring over 3,200 of park land, and a quartz monzonite dome mountain.
Georgia is an ideal destination to visit any time of the year. It boasts a moderate, subtropical climate year-round, with short, mild winters and hot summers. The Chattahoochee River separates Georgia into different climate regions, making the northwest mountain region much cooler than the rest of the state. It is rare to see snowfall in the state, with the exception of snow and ice in the northern mountainous regions. Summer daytime temperatures can average out at around 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Tornados and hurricanes are quite common during the summer months.
Georgia is a foodie-lover’s paradise. The cuisine features a variety of foods, from seafood to Southern favorites. Some of the states most renowned dishes include chicken and dumplings, Brunswick stew, fried chicken and cornbread, grits, pecans, peaches, and peanuts. Pimento cheese is a popular party food served in Georgia, featuring spicy pimento peppers and mayonnaise. Barbecue foods are another frequently favorited dish on offer in this classically southern state. Think: pulled pork, pork ribs, pork sandwiches, smoked sandwiches, pork sausages, beef briskets, and whole hogs-- if those foods speak to you, then jot down Georgia BBQ on your list of things to try while in the state.
The southern hospitality and charm offered by the warm and friendly Georgia bed & breakfast hosts is an experience all on its own and something not quite on offer during stays at commercial hotels. Bed & breakfasts in Georgia offer personalized, unique stays welcomed with smooth check inn and Southern Hospitality each step of your stay. Each bed & breakfast inn Georgia offers a unique setting and experience. If charming interiors, friendly innkeepers, mountain views, and complimentary breakfasts sound tempting to you, then staying at a Georgia bed & breakfast is an experience you won’t want to miss. There are a variety of vacation rentals and romantic getaway options on offer all around the state.
Bed and breakfasts in Georgia are a unique, personalized experience packed with Southern hospitality and charm. Expect aesthetic, modern comfort dotted with traditional Southern flare. Many of the bed & breakfasts in the cities might feature Victorian style architecture, whereas a stay in the mountains might offer a more natural-rustic-chic boutique experience. Guest rooms in these bed and breakfasts feature a private bath, comfortable beds and sitting areas, peaceful balconies, and shady trees with lush gardens. Complimentary breakfasts are always on offer as well as hospitable, friendly innkeepers who are eager to help make your stay as memorable as possible.
Getting around Georgia during your stay all depends on what you plan to do. If you only plan on visiting one city, such as Savannah or Atlanta, then a car is not necessary, as you can simply use public transportation, Uber, or rely on walking during your stay. If you plan to stay in more rural regions that are further from an airport, or if you will stay in the mountains, then renting a car is your best bet. There are a variety of regional and international airports throughout the state. The biggest airports are in Savannah (Hilton Head International Airport) and Atlanta (Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. It’s possible to rent cars directly upon arrival at both of these airports. Georgia has so much to offer that we highly recommend renting a car and doing road trips through the mountains and various cities to experience as much as possible during your time in the state.