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Les lustres en cristal qui brillent au-dessus des meubles anciens et des tapis orientaux vous enveloppent comme vous entrez dans cette distinctif Greek Revival Antebellum Home connu sous le nom 1842 Inn. Chaque chambre à la décoration unique offre une salle de bain privée, contrôlée indépendamment de la chaleur et de l'air, une connexion Wi-Fi et les téléphones équipés de la messagerie vocale. Télévision par câble sont discrètement niché dans beau armoire de la chambre. Lors de la visite avec nous, prendre une tasse de café ou thé parfumé dans le salon, la Cour Jardin serein tout en profitant du calme d'une chaise berçante sur la véranda. Les hôtes Taft État chambre "Hospitality Hour" toute offrande lumière du soir hors-d'œuvre et un coucher de trésorerie bar.When arrive, vous trouverez un régal de chocolats importés sur votre oreiller moelleux et pendant que vous dormez, le personnel sera de préparer le petit déjeuner de votre choix - pour être servi à vous dans votre choix de votre chambre, la cour de jardin ou l'un de nos salons de charme. Situé à quelques minutes du quartier d'affaires du centre-ville, le quartier historique infâme et plusieurs restaurants haut de gamme de Macon, vous trouverez 1842 Inn pour être l'adresse idéale pour visiter Mâcon. La chaleur de l'Inn et l'hospitalité du sud sincère vous offerte par notre personnel saura vous convaincre que revivre la sérénité des siècles passés ne nécessite pas renoncer aux commodités de la présente. * Interdiction de fumer dans les chambres ou sur la propriété. * Accessible aux handicapés. * Hors rue, un parking privé sécurisé.
3,4 sur janvier 16, 2015
Nice location with similar buildings close by, but close fairly to sketchy areas. We watched a bowl game after dinner and the TV was small and difficult to see, as there was limited ability to adjust the line of sight. A good value and we'd likely go back if we visit Macon again.
5 sur janvier 03, 2015
I recently stayed at the 1842 Inn in Macon, GA and everything was a pleasure! From the beautiful decor, only enhanced by touches of Christmas, to the fabulous service, I was truly pleased and will back again, when I travel from Atlanta to SC. I found the advice and assistance of all the desk staff to be particularly helpful as were the printed directions and maps to the recommended spots. Lastly, the Mint Juleps were fabulous (we asked for the recipe the next day!) as were the wonderful selection of aperitivo items to accompany the pre-dinner drinks. I felt as if I was at home -- thank you 1842 Inn and your excellent staff for all the attention to detail, and your hospitality!
3,8 sur janvier 03, 2015
Lovely inn in a charming city. Pay up for the bigger older rooms, it's worth it.
5 sur novembre 18, 2014
Very nice rooms and a friendly staff. A relaxed atmosphere and a quite setting. Breakfast was brought to the room and was delicious.
4,4 sur novembre 12, 2014
We were passing through from NC to FL and knew we wanted to stay in Macon. My mom and I had a lovely time immersed in another time period. We toured the Hays House and Cannonball house the next morning. The service at 1842 Inn was very courteous. I loved the evening tray of tea and cookies, very elegant and gave a warm, homey touch. I appreciated the cleanliness of the Inn, inside and out. A bit pricey for an overnight, but if you appreciate old homes or architecture, it is more than an overnight--it is a memorable experience!
4,8 sur octobre 29, 2014
Elegance upon arrival enhanced by the warmth of the welcome and care during our stay. Gloria and EJ went out of their way to make our stay excellent. The house is beautiful and the rooms so very comfortable. After a long day of travel from the UK we were delighted to be enveloped and taken care of
4,2 sur octobre 10, 2014
Excellent B&B for business and vacationing. Friendly service. Unspectacular city but with an absolutely interesting archaeological museum (Ocmulgee National Monument)
3,8 sur octobre 01, 2014
Walking distance to lively and interesting downtown. Public rooms are gorgeous.
3,0 sur septembre 26, 2014
We enjoyed our stay here in a delightful room however it seems as though Macon is a city stuck in a time warp, the shops look closed or dusty, restaurants were not open and we had to find a Longhorn out of town on a highway for dinner.
4,2 sur septembre 17, 2014
This ws an overnight stop after a long international flight. We were greeted and made to feel so welcome, it really revived our spirits. Gloria was very kind and helpful. We loved our room and all the facilities and would love to have the opportunity to stay again. Breakfast was delicious - a real hot, Southern style breakfast. All the staff went out of their way to make our stay comfortable. The building is beautiful, filled with original furniture and artefacts in keeping with its age.
William Bartram was the first notable American ornithologist. His book, Travels, published in 1791, tells of his years spent exploring the southeast, including the Middle Georgia area. The room os located in the 1842 House.
Once called the Dogberry Wood Tree, the dogwoods are native to the eastern United States. The tree is used as ornamental shrubbery in gardens throughout the South. Located in the 1842 House.
The Magnolia tree, with its large white blooms and vivid green leaves, has become synonymous with the gracious image of the Old South. The tree was named for 17th century French botanist Pierre Magnol. Located in the 1842 House.
Jesse Mercer served as President of the General Association of Georgia's Baptists, the driving force behind the establishment of the Mercer Institute. Mercer also served on the first Board of Trustees of the school originally located in Penfield, Georgia. Located in the 1842 House.
This room is named for the Spanish explorer Hernando De Soto, who searched for gold in Georgia and encamped for a while along the banks of the Ocmulgee River. Features four-poster, queen sized bed, Laura Ashley fabrics and floral décor. Located in the Victorian Cottage
A successful cotton merchant, B.T. Adams owned the house that is now the 1842 Inn from 1908 to 1927. The room is located in the Victorian Cottage
In Clinton, Georgia, during the days of the Civil War, stood a large two story white house known as the Hitch House. Consequently, the entire hill where Hitch House was located became known as Hitch Hill. Located in the Victorian Cottage.
C.R. Douglass was one of Macon's most prominent black citizens during the nineteenth century. Douglass rose to prominence in real estate but also was successful as the proprietor of the Douglass Hotel, the Douglass Theater, and owner of the Middle Georgia Savings and Loan. Located in the Victorian Cottage.
President George Washington appointed Benjamin Hawkins to serve as a liaison between the Indians and the United States government. He served in this capacity for twenty years. The room is located in the Victorian Cottage
The Georgia Belle peach is one of the state's most famous agricultural exports. It was developed in Georgia through scientific cross breeding and cultivation. Located in the Victorian Cottage.
The Overlook House is situated atop Coleman Hill and commands a spectacular view to the east. The house, now known as Woodruff House, was the site of many grand events, including a ball given in honor of Winnie Davis, daughter of the President of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis. Located in the Victorian Cottage
Born in Macon on February 3, 1842, Sidney Lanier became well known throughout the South as a musician, lawyer, soldier, and most importantly, a poet. His most popular works of poetry are "Song of the Chattahoochee" and "The Marshes of Glynn". Located in the Victorian Cottage.
The city of Macon, named for statesman Nathaniel Macon, is situated on Georgia's fall line and was incorporated in 1823. Located in the 1842 House.
John Gresham built the house at 353 College Street in 1842. A founder of the Macon Manufacturing Company, forerunner of the present day Bibb Company, Gresham was also active in southern politics, serving as mayor of Macon, a state Senator, and Justice of the State's Supreme Court. Located in the 1842 House.
The Ocmulgee River served Macon as a means of transporting goods to the world's markets and as a means of smuggling food and supplies during the Civil War. Located in th 1842 House.
This room is named for the Alabama statesman, Jefferson Davis. Davis, who served as President of the Confederacy, was captured in Irwinville, Georgia, by the Union troops. Located in the Victorian Cottage.
The Central of Georgia Railroad named a passenger train in the honor of one of the most famous racing horses ever, Nancy Hanks. The train made stops in Atlanta, Macon, and Savannah daily, with intermediate stops in rural towns in Georgia. The train was retired in 1979. Located on the Garden Porch
One of the driving forces behind the fight for Georgia's independence, Lyman hall was one of three Georgians chosen to sign the Declaration of Independence. Located on the Garden Porch
George Walton was chosen to sign the Declaration of Independence as a representative of the Province of Georgia, and was later elected governor. He was also instrumental in the founding of the University of Georgia, the first state University in the United States. Located on the Garden Porch.
Ville, Centre ville
Atlanta, GA (ATL-Hartsfield Intl.)
Sortie 164 de l'autoroute I-75, prendre à gauche disponible le 1er, 2 blks à College St, prendre à gauche sur College; Auberge 2 blks sur la gauche.
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Cinéma , Musée, Théâtre, Rivière
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Jeux de société, Ordinateur, Salles de conférence, Copieur, Fax, Piano, Entrée indépendante, Equipé pour les mariages
Climatisation, Réveil, Peignoirs, Lecteur CD, Ventilateurs de plafond, Bureau, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Internet, Planche à repasser, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Service de chambre, Wi-Fi
Sentiers de randonnée , Shopping, Excursion
Equilibré , Any with advance, notice.
Pour une personne 2 oeufs 2-3 tranches de bacon pincée de sel d'ail au goût 1 tps de Dash hachée oignon Mme de goûter le fromage râpé pour couvrir le dessus de crème à fouetter lourde (1/3 tasse) de cuisson et égouttez le lard. Vaporiser petite casserole avec Pam ou votre choix de l'huile non-adhérence. Cassez lard en morceaux. Placez le bacon et le fromage râpé dans le fond du plat. Mélanger les oeufs, l'ail, les oignons, Mme Dash et de la crème à fouetter et verser sur le bacon et le fromage. Placez au four pendant 25 à 30 minutes jusqu'à ce que le mélange d'œufs se fait. Profitez!
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