The charming Stonehurst Inn is in a convenient, midtown location, within walking distance to restaurants, shopping and Piedmont Park. The attention to detail is amazing, the innkeepers very nice, welcoming, attentive and knowledgeable and the amenities are wonderful. Afternoon wine and snacks are lovely and breakfast always delicious and the presentation beautiful. Can't wait to go back!!
Awesome. My first stay definitely will not be my last. Room was cozy and romantic. Hostess is adorable and made me feel at home. We weren't rushed to leave and the food was great. I will definitely be going back and staying longer. Darrin......an oversatisfied guest
Stayed here only one night on a quick anniversary trip. We had booked the Eaves, adorable little room on the upper story with great windows and awesome decor. The entire inn is filled with wonderful little touches everywhere you look. Breakfast was very good as were the chocolate chip cookies that were available any time. Highly recommend Stonehurst Place!
My husband and I stayed for just one night for our anniversary and it was fabulous. The house was beautiful and the owners were wonderful. We will definitely stay again, we are even talking about making it a tradition for our anniversary. I have told all my friends and family about it and have recommended them stay.
I booked this B&B for my son and daughter in law's honeymoon. They were overwhelmed and loved every minute of it - from the beautiful room to the delicious food and the outstanding service. This was a great experience for them and they look forward to more visits to the area... Thank you, Eileen- it made their honeymoon really special!!!!!
We stayed at the Social Goat for two nights after an all day road trip from NJ for a wedding. Kristy could not have been kinder or more welcoming. Our 10 year old daughter loved the animals and breakfast was delicious. We can't wait to stay here again!
We would definitely recommend The Social Goat to those looking for a special place to stay in Atlanta! Kristy and Paul were very friendly and the house with all of its antiques was gorgeous. We loved waking up to the kitties every morning and being greeted by the goats, chickens and turkeys every time we pulled in to the driveway. And the fresh eggs from their chickens were a special treat in the mornings.
The description and pictures advertised were true to the experience. David was a great host. He made a hearty delicious breakfast. He was prompt and accommodating in responding to my requests. The neighborhood was quiet and convenient.The accomodations were charming and comfortable and clean. The bonus of a living room space was ideal for us to relax and we even enjoyed playing a good round of scrabble found on the bookshelf. For those who want to visit the city of Atlanta but don't want the big city high rise feel, this is the place! It felt like home away from home with perks. First on my list to stay when I return to Atlanta.
I had a great time staying at the Greenwood Bed and Breakfast. The location was perfect. I had easy access to the Atlanta Beltway Line, which is a fantastic paved path for biking and walking (both of which I did!). Though it is convenient to many wonderful shops and restaurants, it is on a very quiet street. I can't say enough about the hospitality I received from the Owner, David. He was very friendly and accommodating. He even made sure to cook me vegan breakfasts (which were delicious!). This place is a real gem and I would highly recommend it to people looking for comfort, style, convenience, and peace and quiet in one of Atlanta's best areas!
The breakfast was amazing each morning. It was fresh, homemade food. The staff was friendly and helpful. They are available to help you find things to do, share about the history of the home, or anything else you need. Each evening there is a turn down service while you enjoy some wine and cheese. It was a very relaxing stay and we enjoyed all of it.
My husband and I just had the opportunity to stay at Stonehurst Place for 2 nights on a recent trip to the south. Our stay was beyond wonderful in every way. If you find yourself in Atlanta, make sure you stay at Stonhurst Place. You will not be disappointed. Everything was 5 star!
The Twelve Oaks is absolutely GORGEOUSl! Our hosts were very friendly and answered all our questions regarding this incredible home. We were invited to explore any of the three floors of this beautiful antebellum home. I was very impressed how extremely clean every thing was in the entire home and how we could make this home our very own for the time we were there. You can just feel the love & pride Nicole & John have for this beautiful home and they want to share this with their guests. YES!! I will absolutely revisit this incredible mansion and go back in time.........Sincerely, Lynn & Rick Fior
Beautiful home, lovely rooms... Only thing lacking was info on the house while we were there, mostly our fault got not asking, we just thought someone might come out at wine/cheese time or even breakfast to provide some history. Stunning home all the same!
This was my third stay at Greenwood B&B, and it won't be my last. Perfect location in a charming neighborhood with easy access to Virginia Highlands and Midtown Atlanta. Spacious and clean with a bedroom & bath, a full kitchen, a living area, and a small sunroom that is perfect for breakfast. David is a wonderful host and always makes sure that you have all you need.
My wife and I stayed in the Breakfast at Tiffany's room on the top floor just for one night on our way to the airport after our wedding, and it was exquisite! Unfortunately, we got in late and were too tired to get up for breakfast (which I hear is pretty good), but the room and the Inn as a whole was perfect! We felt like we were staying in a contemporary version of one of those mansions you see in movies/TV show set in the early 1900s. The bed was very comfortable, the decor was picturesque, and the grounds were beautiful. We did take advantage of the Keurig in the lobby of the 3rd floor on our way out. We hope to come back sometime when we have more time to enjoy this beautiful place!
This place reminded us of going home to Mom & Dad's (except it was cleaner, lol )! David is very accommodating while at the same time not being intrusive. The way the suite is setup, you have your own living area and only need to engage when you want to. Breakfast was great and David was very accommodating to allergies! It's a nice option to downtown Atlanta hotels and in a much better neighborhood. We will be back!
We live in the Atlanta area and have driven by Twelve Oaks many times. This time we made time to stay. And we are so glad we did! The home is just beautiful. Everyone was pleasant, those working and guests alike. Friends' son had narrowed their wedding site to two locations. Our outstanding experience broke the tie!
I always love staying at Stonehurst Place - it's like staying at a good friend's house - from the snacks and drinks, to the well-appointed, cozy rooms. I always feel at home and enjoy my time there - whether I'm relaxing in my room, reading a book on the porch, or enjoying a glass of wine in the living room. I would highly recommend!
Descubre la fascinante historia de Atlanta
Atlanta es la capital del estado de Georgia, en los Estados Unidos, y también la ciudad más poblada del mismo. Fundada en el año 1837 en la intersección de dos líneas de ferrocarril, a día de hoy es una de las ciudades más visitadas de los Estados Unidos, recibiendo más de 35 millones de visitantes cada año. La industria turística de esta ciudad es muy diversa y hay numerosas atracciones tanto al aire libre como cubiertas. Para disfrutar de todas ellas, nada mejor que alojarse en un económico bed and breakfast en Atlanta, para estar cerca del centro de la ciudad, o en una casa rural en Atlanta, situada más a las afueras, lo que te dará la oportunidad de contemplar en tus trayectos el espectacular paisaje urbano de la ciudad.
Cosas que hacer y ver en Atlanta
Al contrario de lo que ocurre con otras ciudades del Sur de los Estados Unidos, Atlanta decidió en su día no mantener el antiguo estilo arquitectónico sureño, por lo que en la actualidad se puede contemplar aquí un panorama urbano con grandes edificios de estilo moderno y postmoderno.
Especialidades culinarias en Atlanta
Como ocurre en muchas otras ciudades capitales, la gastronomía está formada más por “tendencias” y por la cocina propia de otros países o regiones que por platos típicos locales. Aún así, en esta ciudad se pueden degustar algunos de los platos más tradicionales de la cocina del Sur de los Estados Unidos, como el pollo frito, los guisantes secos, el puré de patatas, el pan de maíz, lo tomates verdes fritos o el julepe de menta.
Eventos destacados en Atlanta
En Atlanta se celebran eventos y festivales durante todo el año, especialmente durante la primavera y el otoño. Destacan especialmente el Festival Dogwood de Atlanta, un festival de artes y artesanía que se celebra cada mes de abril en el parque Piedmont, y el Festival de Cine de Atlanta, que se celebra también durante este mes. En el mes de septiembre, comenzando con la fiesta del Día del Trabajo en septiembre, se celebran una serie de eventos entre los que se encuentran festivales de música al aire libre.
El clima en Atlanta
El clima en Atlanta es subtropical húmedo, con estaciones muy bien definidas: veranos calurosos y húmedos (con una temperatura mínima de 22 °C durante el mes de julio) e inviernos suaves (con mínimas por encima de 0 °C en el mes de enero, el mes más frío). Con un aire urbano que podría recordar al de Houston, a pesar de tener un paisaje muy distinto al que podría esperarse, la hospitalidad sureña de esta ciudad, formada por una diversa mezcla de culturas, se hará notar desde el primer instante, y te sentirás bien recibido en todo momento.