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"Goodwin Manor" is a 100 year old family home located two short walking blocks from downtown Greensboro (with its shops and restaurants), near Lake Oconee (with its fabulous golf courses and more shopping and eatery opportunities), and only 30 miles from Athens (and the University of Georgia and all its activities and downtown scene) - this third generation, two-story house has five rooms for overnight stays (which include a multi-course breakfast), plus 900 square foot front porch and two rear decks for relaxation - call 706-453-6218
5 on July 03, 2014
We had a marvelous stay at The Goodwin Manor. David and Janice Kopp are the perfect host and hostess making us feel totally at home and the breakfast they provide is wonderful. The Manor is beautiful, the rooms are comfortable and elegantly decorated, and we spent hours rocking on the front porch. All of this 2 blocks from the downtown Greensboro shops and 10 minutes from the lake. Do yourself a favor and stay there!
5 on July 01, 2014
Wow! We could not be more pleased with the accommodations, the cuisine and our fantastic hosts. The Kopps welcomed us like family and treated us like royalty! The rockers on the front porch/veranda were also a highlight. This is definitely the place to stay in Greensboro, GA!
5 on May 14, 2012
What a fantastic find in the quaint little town of Greensboro- just 2.5 mi. off the interstate! Upon arriving, the Kopps made us feel welcomed as if we were part of the family. Janice made sure we made ourselves at home and that is just how it felt. After the delicious breakfast (featuring a fantastic parfait), we relaxed in huse living/sitting rooms before strolling out the front door to peruse downtown 2 blocks away. Beautiful setting and true southern hosts!
5 on May 10, 2012
"Goodwin Manor" is so warm and lovely. We had a fabulous time in Greensboro . We enjoyed an afternoon of shopping and eating. It's a wonderful addition to the community. Thanks so much for a terrific respite. - MC, Gainesville, Georgia
5 on April 25, 2012
All three of us thoroughly enjoyed our stay in "Goodwin Manor". The house and rooms are beautiful, the food was absolutely scrumptious, and the hospitality was unsurpassed! Thank you both so much for making our stay in lovely Greensboro a very special weekend - LS - Columbia, South Carolina
Augusta (70 miles to east), Athens (30 miles to north), Atlanta (75 miles to west), Small town
Atlanta, GA (ATL-Hartsfield Intl.)
ATLANTA-HARTSFIELD INT AIRPORT - app 80 miles(but see below for GREENE COUNTY AIRPORT info - 2-1/2 miles from house) - from Atl Int Airport, follow I85/75 North from Airport into downtown Atlanta - take I-20 East (Augusta) right near Turner Field - follow I-20 approximately 75 miles to Exit 130 - get off at Exit 130 and turn left at red light at top of ramp - follow Highway #44 (which is also South Main Street) 2 miles - house is on right 2-1/2 blocks before you reach the center of downtown Greensboro - GREENE COUNTY AIRPORT - 2-1/2 miles from house - can land and service private LearJets and other larger aircraft - Hertz RentaCars available at airport, or arrange for pickup by "Goodwin Manor" in "Goodwin Manormobile" (by advance request) - one of largest small town airports in Georgia - modern updated and automated landing facilities and extended runways
Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Boating, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Religious Services, River, Ruins
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
CD player, Ceiling fans, Conference Rooms, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Library, VCR, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar
Air conditioning, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Turndown Service, Videos, Wi-Fi
Boating, Golfing, Shopping, Antique Shopping, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
David & Janice Kopp / Margie Kopp
We enjoy all aspects of life in a small Southern town - we both grew up in Greene County, Georgia