Beautiful 1892 Queen-Anne Victorian in historic Inman Park - fully restored to it's original glory, with added amenities. Located 2 miles from central downtown and close to Atlanta's most popular sites. Full in-house business center and free wi-fi.
4.6 on October 14, 2014
We met friends here this past weekend. We arrived around 2pm and no one was around. There was an envelope next to the front door with our name on it as well as the others who were checking in that day that contained our keys. We found our room and explored this beautiful home. We stayed in the Garden Room which was larger then we expected. Very sunny and cozy. I brought a bottle of wine and we decided to open it and wait for our friends to arrive on the porch. We found wine glasses exactly where they said they would be in our rooms welcome book. About 15 minutes later miss Josie came out of the front door and welcomed us. She stays in the guest house in the back. She told us of some great restaurants with in walking distance. Our friends arrived and we all had a nice welcome on the porch. We all would return. Kathryn made two excellent breakfasts, French toast with fruit and a lovely individual quiche with fresh fruit.
4.8 on September 26, 2014
I stayed at this lovely inn just recently. The staff, especially Kathryn and Josie, were very attentive, and they made sure I was comfortable. They went out of their way to be of assistance to me. I was a single woman traveling alone on business, and I felt very safe and happy here. Wish I could have stayed several weeks! The breakfasts were delicious and nutritious, very well-presented. The location is ideal if you don’t want to rent a car, but need to go downtown, as the MARTA subway station is a scenic quick walk from the inn. I highly recommend Sugar Magnolia for travelers to Atlanta. A great alternative to sterile, high-rise hotels.
4.2 on July 27, 2014
Had a very nice two-night stay at this wonderfully located B&B. Staff was attentive and breakfast was tasty. Short drive to all attractions in downtown Atlanta. Stayed in the aviary room, which was very comfortable. No toiletries in the shared bathroom, so bring your own. Would stay there again.
Thank you for taking the time to post a review and we are so glad you enjoyed your stay. I am sorry there were no toiletries in your bathroom, which is only for the Aviary room. We do provide those, so that was a definite oversight on our part - I do apologize! Next time you stay with us, we will provide some extra special toiletries. :)
4.2 on July 25, 2014
A truly lovely place full of the romance and charm of a by-gone era. We stayed there because our room had it's own bathroom and a second floor garden deck. The only downside was that while our room could be locked from the inside, it could not be locked when you went out. There were also several rooms, porches and the garden for relaxing. The neighborhood held several parks and other beautiful homes and was safe enough to walk around in. The breakfast was top notch and it is always interesting to talk to fellow travelers. I highly recommend a stay there.
5 on July 16, 2014
Quick, easy drive from airport, LOVED this charming, upscale, historic B&B With only 1 night in Atlanta, we wanted a unique quiet place to relax after a 5 hour flight. No traffic issues, found the Inman Park area home after only a 12 minute drive (!!) with free street parking. Our Garden room was larger and even lovelier than the website shows, shaded by old-growth trees and backed with an upstairs deck in back. Nice friendly next-door neighbor lady and Kathryn the manager, tasty frittata breakfast, and drove to dinner only 2 minutes away - Rathbun's, cool vibe/chow/people. Found out we could have even walked to another great dinner 3 blocks away - so convenient! Next time. (No A/C in room but ceiling fans did the trick in June.) Wish we had time to sit in the front porch gliders - real Southern charmer! Sally and Ron, WA state
Thank you for the kind words and we are so happy you enjoyed your stay. We apologize that the central AC system was broken for a few hours on the evening you were with us - our regular service got it fixed at midnight!...but glad you were comfortable enough with the fan. Come back to see us again, and we promise to keep you cool :)
5 on July 13, 2014
This place is beautiful. We chose the largest room and for the price it was worth every penny times two. I've already recommended this place to everyone I know and am planning to rent the entire place in the future for family and friends. Everyone there was friendly and helpful, and breakfast that is included in the morning was delicious. I could keep going and I only stayed one night. Highly recommended.
5 on May 13, 2014
The Sugar Magnolia B&B is a lovely property. My husband and I were there on business. We stayed in the Garden Room which was clean, well kept and opened onto a lovely porch that over looked a beautiful garden. The location is in the historic neighborhood of Inman Park. A train station (MARTA) is also in walking distance. The owner's were away but the innkeeper Kathryn made us a delicious breakfast. She was warm, welcoming and knowledgable of the area and sights. The owner's mother was also there, what a sweet heart, real southern hospitality.
5 on April 15, 2014
This is a truly amazing place that will take you away from your everyday normal life and worries. It is gorgeously decorated and the Royal Suite is absolutely stunning. We spent two nights there and we were actually sad to be leaving such a wonderful place. It feels like home, which is the best compliment I think anyone can pay any type of lodging. We missed the breakfasts mentioned in other reviews but we definitely intend to return. We met the hosts briefly but during our stay we felt as if this was our home. We were never disturbed. Everything that was needed was readily available.The neighborhood is perfectly safe. A neighbor across the street parked his/her Ferrari on the street. A Ferrari!!!! Anyway, the bathtub for two and the size of the room itself (it's Huge!) was great. There were even candles made available for a very romantic evening. The bed feels like clouds-and tons of pillows. The photos on the website do not give this little suite justice as to how great It is and feels. My girlfriend said this was the "most romantic place anyone has ever taken her." So guys, skip the high end hotels and go for an experience she, and you, will never forget. To our hosts, Thank you!!!!!!!
5 on March 23, 2014
We so enjoyed our visit. In spite of its brevity (2 nights) we were able to shed our cares and dissolve thoroughly into "vacay-mentality"; this was thanks to the welcoming nature of the owners and innkeeper, the seductively gorgeous home with its amenities and yummy food, and the fun, well-located neighborhood. Looking forward to returning!
5 on December 18, 2013
We stayed at Sugar Magnolia on our way home from a family Thanksgiving weekend north of Atlanta. What a pleasant experience! It was conveniently close to I-75; it was walking distance to a wonderful restaurant; our suite was spacious and very nicely furnished; our bed was so comfortable; the bath was luxurious; our hosts, Debi and Jim, were very gracious and made sure we enjoyed ourselves. We will return, and we will recommend it to our friends. Great find!
Queen bed; Fireplace; Seven-sided room with painted ceiling of clouds and birds; Furnished in antiques; Cable TV; Wi-fi; Private bath across hall
$145 - $145
Queen bed;Fireplace;Private bath;;Roof-top deck with water-fall garden and chiminea;Vaulted ceiling and lots of windows;Cable TV;Wi-fi
Nightly Rate: $165 - $165
King-sized brass bed in curtained alcove; Sitting area; Private front balcony with rocking chairs; Large bath with sunken jacuzzi tub for two, separate shower; Roof-top deck with water garden and chiminea;Cable TV; Wi-fi
Nightly Rate: $185 - $185
Open-loft bedroom with double bed; Double jacuzzi tub in bath; Gas fireplace; Dining area and living area with daybed; Galley kitchen (fully equipped); Vaulted ceiling with skylights; Cable TV; Wi-fi
Nightly Rate: $185 - $185
Atlanta, GA (ATL-Hartsfield Intl.) 10 miles
From I-75/85. Take Freedom Parkway toward east. Go through traffic light at Boulevard. After Blvd, bear right whenever there is a fork. Go through traffic light at N Highland. Turn right on Moreland Ave. Turn right on Euclid Ave, bear right at dead end, onto Edgewood Ave. Sugar Magnolia is third house on right - 804.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Zoo
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Private entrance, Secretarial services, Telephone, VCR, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Radio, TV
Bicycle riding trails, Golfing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Choose your room and receive 20% off room rate, for a stay between December 1, 2014 and December 31, 2014. (2 night minimum on weekends). Valid for new bookings only.