This meticulously restored Victorian home sits among numerous oak and pecan trees. The original farm consisted of 483 acre of fertile land but today, only 51/4 acres remain with the home.

The interior and exterior have been repainted to match the original paint scheme of the home. Original colors were found during the restoration and during our preparation prior to painting. Period wall coverings and draperies are used throughout the home.

Our 4 guest rooms are furnished with antiques or reproductions and all have private baths. Three rooms have queen beds and one room with twin beds that can be made as a king. Two of the rooms have the original pedestal tubs and sinks. During the pecan season, guests are welcome to gather pecans from under our trees to take home with them.

This elegant home has been completely restored as closely to the Victorian period as we can with the use of period colors, wallpapers, curtains, furniture and other decor.

We have decorated using information available at the local historic museum and information and photos provided by family/descendants of early owners of the home.

Enjoy your breakfast in the elegant dining room or on one of our porches. With prior arrangements, breakfast in bed is a possibility! Our Inn is listed on both the National Register of Historic Places and the Georgia Register of Historic Places.