If you’re looking for more than just a place to sleep when you travel, consider staying at more B&Bs. There are lots of charming B&Bs in Georgia that offer personalized service, Southern hospitality, and a local perspective. Whether you’re celebrating something special or just looking to get away for a weekend with someone you love, here are the most romantic B&Bs to stay at in Georgia.
Twelve Oaks Bed and Breakfast, Covington (Prices & Photos)
The movie, Gone with the Wind, inspired this lovely Antebellum home that was built in 1836. You can stop by for a tour of the home, or better yet, book an overnight reservation in the mansion. It has been featured in many publications and books and was renovated in 2012 with modern conveniences. Now you can expect to find luxurious spa tubs, remote control fireplaces, Wi-Fi, and even rib cage showers in the grand suites. In the morning, you’ll enjoy a locally sourced Southern breakfast, and there’s also a Southern Sippin’ and Nibblin’ Hour in the evenings. Covington, Georgia has been called the “Hollywood of the South” because so many movies and TV shows have been filmed here.
Catherine Ward House Inn, Savannah (Prices & Photos)
This is an 1880s home that truly embodies Southern charm in Savannah’s Victorian District. You’ll find intricately designed styles of architecture both inside and out, with nine guest rooms to stay in. Each room has its own personality, and the B&B is just a short walk away from Savannah’s iconic Forsyth Park. It’s easy to walk to all the local restaurants and shops from here too. The home has been recently renovated with luxurious bathroom features, and breakfast is served daily from 8:30am to 9:30am. High-speed Wi-Fi is offered for guests at no charge, and free street parking is available on the B&B’s quiet residential street.
Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast, Lookout Mountain (Prices & Photos)
Another wonderfully romantic B&B in Georgia is the Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast. It is about 10 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee and an ideal home base to visit local attractions, like Rock City, Ruby Falls, and the Incline Railway. You can also get outside and active while staying here, thanks to the hiking and biking trails nearby. The Inn is set atop Lookout Mountain and offers lovely views of the Chattanooga Valley down below. Included amenities include a full homemade breakfast, evening cookies and desert, an in-ground pool, and bocce ball court. The guest rooms have private baths, and some have individual outdoor patios too. Romantic packages offered include champagne, truffles, seasonal flowers, chocolate-covered strawberries, and spa services.
Lucille’s Mountain Top Inn and Spa, Sautee Nacoochee (Prices & Photos)
Located in Sautee Nacoochee, this is a luxury B&B with a day spa that’s located high on top of a mountain. The Spa at Lucille’s offers day spa services and is adjoined to the B&B inn. Typical gourmet breakfast offerings include creme brûlée French toast with minted strawberries, asparagus and goat cheese quiche, and Applewood smoked bacon. There are lots of wineries nearby to explore, as well as adventure activities like hot air balloon rides, zip lining, horseback riding, and waterfall hikes. Make sure to time to the top of the Crow’s Nest before sunset for awesome views of the Sautee Valley and mountains. Romantic add-ons include champagne, a dozen roses, and a bottle of wine waiting for you upon check-in.
Beachview Bed and Breakfast, Tybee Island (Prices & Photos)
Tybee Island is a fun place to visit with your sweetheart, especially if you stay at the Beachview Bed & Breakfast. There are eight guest rooms here that each have their own distinctive décor. The Presidential Suite and the Love Shack are favorites among couples. This is also a dog-friendly establishment, so feel free to bring your pup along! You’ll enjoy farm-to-table cuisine for breakfast and dessert before bedtime. Since this is a commercial B&B, you can even buy a glass or bottle of beer or wine to take back to your room.
Long Mountain Lodge Bed and Breakfast Inn, Dahlonega (Prices & Photos)
Dahlonega is another ideal getaway destination for lovers because of all the wineries and outdoor adventure opportunities here. The Long Mountain Lodge is both upscale and rustic, located near the Chattahoochee National Forest and close to the Appalachian Trail. Most of the B&B rooms have a wood-burning fireplace, private entrances, and jetted tubs. B&B guests will also enjoy delicious full, three-course breakfasts, which are served in the main lodge. Some of the favorite dishes here include blueberry pancakes, egg puffs, sausage, and home-fried potatoes.
Spencer House Inn Bed and Breakfast, St. Mary’s (Prices & Photos)
Head to the historic district of St. Mary’s, Georgia for a quaint place to stay near Cumberland Island National Seashore. The history of the Spencer House Inn B&B dates back to 1872 and provides a coastal retreat that’s brimming with romance. There are 14 guest rooms here, some with clawfoot soaking tubs and others with traditional showers and tubs. A full breakfast is served each morning, and guests enjoy peace iced tea and treats in the afternoons. For a touch of romance, you can arrange for breakfast in bed, wine or champagne in the room, or a seasonal flower arrangement.
Stonehurst Place, Atlanta (Prices & Photos)
While many of these B&Bs are in remote and rural parts of Georgia, Stonehurst is a great city B&B right here in the heart of Atlanta. This is a 19th-century Midtown mansion that values both modern amenities and historical preservation. There are elegant six rooms and suites here, as well as landscaped gardens a front parlor with a grand parlor, and a relaxing porch. It’s easy to check out the city’s top attractions, like Piedmont Park and the Fox Theatre, when you stay at Stonehurst.
1842 Inn Bed and Breakfast, Macon (Prices & Photos)
One of the most romantic spots to stay in Macon is the 1842 Inn Bed and Breakfast, which was built in 1842 by John Gresham. With a significant display of Greek revival architecture, this inn has 19 guest rooms, as well as hospitality parlors and a courtyard. Breakfast is served each morning, and complimentary hors d’ oeuvres and beverages are served at daily evening hospitality hours. Order a mint julep at the cash bar and relax in one of the four public parlors after a day of sightseeing around Macon.