The charm of the old South, with a Victorian touch awaits you in the English Colonial Revival style inn located in charming, historic Americus, Georgia. Extensive woodwork, stained glass windows and a circular veranda - the perfect place to relax with a glass of wine and refreshments in the evenings or have breakfast - all lend an enduring quality to ensure the pleasure of your visit. King or queen beds, fireplaces, turn down service, down comforters, whirlpools and then you awake to a four-course silver service candlelight breakfast - and oh what a breakfast it is!
Americus offers many attractions nearby: Civil War Andersonville, Plains- the home of Pres. Carter, where you may hear him teach Sunday School, Habitat for Humanity's headquarters and tour of their international village, a telephone museum, candy factory, the site where Lindbergh learned to fly, the 1850's working village of Westville, Providence Canyon, antique shops and more!
Phone: (912) 928-2078
This and other Americus Bed and Breakfast Inns can be found here in The Register.
Romantic Country Inns, Getaways and B&Bs offer a great Georgia lodging alternative to big hotels.
A warm comfortable bed and a tasty breakfast can make for a great vacation or business travel day!