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Featured Georgia Hotels and Resorts
The King and Prince Beach and Golf Resort
A member of Historic Hotels of America, The King and Prince has hosted dignitaries and celebrities for 75+ years when it was a retreat for the 'rich and famous'. There are numerous lodging options (14 styles of rooms, suites, cottages or villas). For romance, choose a Cabana Room, in the historic center of this Mediterranean beauty; it's perfect for a quiet getaway with a large beautifully decorated bedroom, cozy sitting room and one smaller step down to an oceanfront verandah. Uber comfort is important when it's a 'romantic' getaway. The peaceful blues/yellows and tons of extra pillows are all you need to let the cares of the world drift away. For a family affair, select a 2-bedroom villa with oceanfront balcony, 2 baths and full kitchen...read more »
Blue Willow Inn
If Scarlett O’Hara were alive today, she wouldn’t be thinking of Rhett at all. Instead, she would be contriving to hire the entire staff at Blue Willow. If you haven’t eaten any of their ‘To Die For Southern Fried Chicken” or fried green tomatoes, washed down with “Champagne of the South”, their special iced tea, run don’t walk to Social Circle, Georgia to remedy that unfortunate situation...read more »
Hotel Warm Springs
For fall, what better than a haunted hotel. One of the most interesting haunted hotels can be found in the small Georgia town of Warm Springs. Before the white man settled in this part of Georgia, Native Americans visited the warm mineral springs located there. They thought of them as a sacred place, a place of healing. Later these healing waters drew settlers. In 1832 David Rose began the first 'resort area' in Warm Springs. It became a popular summer resort. Later, in 1893, Charles Davis built a 300 room Victorian called Meriwether Inn. The inn had all the latest amenities and, of course, the main draw, the eighty-eight-degree springs flowing from the hillside of Pine Mountain....read more »
Ritz Carlton at Reynolds Plantation
Today, the Ritz Carlton at Reynolds Plantation is still maintaining that reputation and mixing it with good old down to earth fun. It's the kind of place a sophisticated couple would choose to spend a romantic weekend and it's also a great choice for a family with children to pick for a fun vacation for the entire family. a Girls' Getaway Weekend or a corporate meeting would be comfortable there too. Even presidents have enjoyed time at the Ritz Carlton at Reynolds Plantation.
The thing that sets this Ritz Carlton apart is the natural beauty of the surroundings. Some colorful wood ducks may be bobbing on the shimmering waters of Lake Oconee. Overhead, a pair of ospreys may be swooping and diving engaged in an elaborate waltz against the background of softly verdant hills and a bright blue sky. A shy doe and her fawns may venture onto the manicured golf course.....read more »
Holly Court Inn
Then it was the beautiful home of Dr. Fielding Ficklin, his wife Frances and their children. Dr Ficklin had bought a house in Washington to bring his family when they wanted some respite from the loneliness of his plantation. It had been a modest, two-story Federal plainstyle home when he bought it in 1837 but Dr. Ficklin had had his plantation home, also a Federal plainstyle structure moved the seven miles from the plantation and attached it to the front of the original home. He added an elaborate entrance portico facing Alexander Avenue. Litttle did he know then that his home had a date with destiny...read more »
Partridge Inn - Augusta
Few hotels in Augusta can match the gracious Partridge Inn for history and ambiance. A stay at the historic inn has the feel of visiting an Antebellum home. That could be because it was just that. Although the Partridge Inn did not become a hotel until the 1900s, it does had an interesting Civil War legend surrounding the gracious old hotel. Partridge Inn began life in 1816 as the two-story home of Daniel and Elizabeth Meigs. It was at some point before the home passed into public use that the event creating the legend is believed to have occurred....read more »
Dorminy-Massee Bed and Breakfast in Fitzgerald, Georgia
The story of the Dorminy-Massee Bed and Breakfast in Fitzgerald, Georgia is wrapped up in the history of a remarkable family and an even more remarkable city. It was a place where both sides came together after the most difficult period in American history. Fitzgerald is a city founded by P.H. Fitzgerald for Union veterans in 1896. People of the time probably shook their heads at such a scheme, founding a colony of Union veterans in the heart of the deep south. What is he thinking? However, Fitzgerald was proven right. former enemies can reconcile their differences and become friends.....read more »
Horse Stamp Inn - Waverly
Imagine your cares melting away as you drive along Horse Stamp Church Road ~ making up for lost time in a place where time stands still.
For over a century, families have been coming to the splendidly quiet Georgia coast to escape their hustle-bustle of modern life. Enjoy the rural landscape; recharge and re-connect with one another while relaxing in the timeless beauty of Waverly, Georgia.
You've arrived at Horse Stamp Inn...read more »
People are talking about a certain Victorian beauty in Rome Georgia. She may be up in years a bit but she is certainly not over the hill. This charming Victorian Lady is coddled and pampered by the McHaggee family, Chris, Holly Iris, their three cats, Loki, Desil and Trey, and a few chickens. Iris has fallen in love with the white chicken.. Actually Chris and Holly do all the coddling and pampering, not to mention the hard work, while three-year old daughter Iris and the three cats just offer their considerable charm.
As might be expected, such a beauty has quite a history. She was completed in 1882 after three years of work by Hamilton Yancey and his wife Florence. Hamilton was from Macon: Florence Paterson was from Athens but they moved to Rome because its infrastructure was not as devastated from the War between the States...read more »
Cuscowilla at Lake Oconee Golf Resort
It's always fun to know the history of a place you visit. When you stay at Cuscowilla at Lake Oconee Golf Resort, the story goes way back before the dawn of written history. Native people made their home here far back into prehistoric times. The first settlers recorded as dwelling here were a tribe of the Creek Nation. They built their town on the banks of a river they called the Okoni, meaning "The Great Water." They named their village Cuscowilla...read more »
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