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A traditional southern mansion, Twelve Oaks Bed and Breakfast was the inspiration for Twelve Oaks in Gone with the Wind, so it’s appropriately named. Built in 1836, it’s 12,000 square foot antebellum charm is now divided into eight elegant guest rooms and other gorgeous gathering spots.
Quaint yet luxurious, each room has its own private, lavish bathroom. Other features include remote control fireplaces, spa tubs and grand suites with showers like those in the Buckingham Palace.
Each room has different variances here and there to give them all a special touch. Snuggle up in the Egyptian cotton sheets and a soft Turkish robe, because here you’ll feel like royalty.
Every morning, guests are treated to a locally sourced, southern breakfast with sausage, berry yogurt, scrambled eggs with Havarti and buttermilk biscuits. Fruit-filled french toast and pancakes are made with seasonal fruit from nearby farms.
Running late? Request a to-go breakfast. In the afternoon, attend the Southern Sippin’ and Nibblin’ Hour for delicious cheese, or enjoy the chocolate truffles placed in your room at night.
In the accommodation, no pets are allowed. Only children ages seven and up can stay and military discounts are available.
Twelve Oaks Bed and Breakfast:
Address: 2176 Monticello Street SW., Covington, Ga. 30014