Historic Mileybright Farmhouse is located in Decatur, GA, seven miles east of Atlanta. A one, two or three bedroom apartment, or private bedrooms, will accommodate families, couples or single travelers. A little bit of country in the city - with the sounds of birds, tree frogs, and cicadas heard from the veranda. Built in 1900 by Judge John S. Candler as his country gentleman's dairy farm. The home is sensitively restored to a bygone era. The apartment has a casual living room with gaslog fireplace, satellite TV, WiFi, full kitchen with dishwasher and washer/dryer, bedrooms with king or queens, 11-foot ceilings, heart pine floors, hand-painted sink and tiled vanity, tiled shower/tub and private porch. Comfortable 1930's decor. Self-catered breakfast provided in your kitchen. Accommodates one to six persons. Children welcome. Downstairs guest room has a massive solid rosewood king bed, romantic gas fireplace, satellite TV, WiFi, table and chairs. Private bath in the hall with vintage clawfoot tub and shower. Breakfast is continental and served at guests leasure in the hosts kitchen. Upstairs guest room has a king bed, fireplace, satellite TV, WiFi, desk, table and chairs. Private bath in the hall with shower. Breakfast is continental and served at guests leasure in the hosts kitchen. Off-street parking or two blocks from Kensington MARTA train station. *****PLEASE NOTE: 2 CATS LIVE ON PROPERTY. GUESTS WITH ALLERGIES SHOULD CONTACT PROPERTY DIRECTLY BEFORE BOOKING*****
The two bedroom apartment has a queen bed in each room. Private bathroom with tub/shower and separate tiled vanity with beautiful hand-painted sink. The apartment has a sitting parlor with gas fireplace, satillite TV, WiFi, full kitchen with dishwasher and washer/dryer, 11-foot ceilings, heart pine floors, tiled shower/tub, and private porch. Pack n Play available. Rate is quoted for up to 4 guests!
Nightly Rate: $220/$220
Lovely bedroom with massive rosewood king bed and fireplace with gas-logs. This room is located on the first floor with entrance off of the front foyer. It has a table and two chairs, satellite TV and wifi. Private bathroom in hall with clawfoot tub/shower. View of front veranda and expansive tree shaded lawn. Maximum of two guests. This room can connect with the apartment to accommodate six guests.
Nightly Rate: $110/$110
The upstairs bedroom has a mahogany bedroom suite and fireplace. Bed is king-sized. Has desk, table and two chairs, satellite TV and WiFi. Private bathroom in hall with shower. Hallway opens to an expansive tiled terrace with table and lounge chairs.
Nightly Rate: $110/$110
5 on November 26, 2013
My daughter and I shared Carrie's bedroom on the second floor for two nights in early November. The room was lovely and spacious, and walking across the hall to the private bathroom was fine. The continental breakfast was different each day and came with fresh fruit, and quiche one day and lox and bagels the next day - and a great cup of coffee made with beans from a local coffee shop. Our host was charming and shared tips on local places to visit including the astonishing Decatur Farmers Market. I'm looking forward to another visit in the spring when the azaleas are blooming.
4.4 on October 16, 2013
There is no Dining at this B&B. There are some breakfast type items that you are required to prepare for yourself and there is not a very nearby store to buy anything so the rations are limited.. No pizza delivery when we needed it so we had to call ahead and pick up the pizza which was the only available food. It was good, though. Note: we were offered eggs and bacon, but we had to cook it ourselves. I guess this is standard since I have never stayed in an American B&B, but in Europe, breakfast is in the dining room and fully prepared for you so this was unexpected. Took some adjusting on our part. There are no inside locks or latches of any kind on the doors to the rooms nor the bathrooms so anyone can enter while you are inside the room even when you are sleeping. One bedroom has two cutouts at the top of the wall so there is no privacy in that room.
I appreciate each review. Our guest reviewer stayed in the two bedroom apartment. The apartment has a living room and full kitchen. As is stated on our websites, the kitchen is stocked with breakfast items for self-serve. The refrigerator has quiche and fresh cut fruit from the farmers market, as well as milk, cream, Greek yogurt, baked goods and juice. Eggs & bacon if guest prefers. Pantry has cereal selection. Groceries are available, within one mile, at the farmers market, Kroger or WalMart. Ask us, happy to give directions and recommendations for dining and shopping. Guests in the other two guest rooms are served a Continental breakfast (7-10am) in our large kitchen. We do not cook breakfast. Note: 113 yr. old house has antique door hardware. Room locks have 'skeleton' keys. I've tagged the keys and will have them available. (I host guests, from around the globe, in my home daily. In 7 years of hosting, I've yet to have a guest walk into my bathroom or bedroom.)
3.8 on April 27, 2013
We stayed in the apartment and had both bedrooms. The apartment was beautifully furnished and presented and the kitchen was stocked with a selection of pastries or breads, fresh fruit salad, yogurts and/or quiche to eat, all of which were delicious. Diana and Joe were great hosts and we would highly recommend it. Be aware that one of the bedrooms, although separate, is partially open (see the two openings on the virtual tour on the website) close to the ceiling and is therefore not soundproofed from the living area - this was not an issue for us, but might be for some guests. The other bedroom does not have the openings. Everything was just as it appeared in the virtual tour on the website. A great place to stay.
3.2 on March 22, 2013
The farmhouse was so cute and had so much history. Unfortunately we stayed there to try and get away from our loud apartment and it wasn't much quieter there. If you are looking for a quiet nights rest stay in the upstairs room otherwise you will be listening to the guests' upstairs footsteps the whole time. That was a major let down. The hosts of the home were nice and friendly. I wasn't really expecting them to be "around" the whole time (sitting with us at breakfast and watching tv literally right outside our room). I guess it's just really casual that way. Overall I would really recommend staying here if you plan to stay upstairs, explore decatur during the day and for dinner, and don't mind company at breakfast!
Thank you for your review. There are squeaky floors in a 113 yr. old house. I have plans to update the upstairs guest room and will install larger area rugs (hope that will eliminate some squeaks). It is noted on this website, and our own site, that this is a "Private Home Bed and Breakfast." As owners, we live onsite. Our private living room is across the hall from the Candler guest room. There is a privacy door and our TV cannot be heard in the guest rooms. I agree that the upstairs guest room is more private. Both of these guest rooms have private bath in hall, not en suite. Future guests, please view our virtual tour on our website: http://www.mileybright.com/photo-gallery/ Also mentioned on this website, "a continental breakfast is served in the hosts' kitchen." Joe and I love our mornings spent with our worldly guests hearing of travel adventures and sharing favorite things to do in the Atlanta area. If guests prefer more privacy, I am happy to prepare a tray of breakfast items to take to their room or to enjoy on the veranda. I also prepare "go" cups of coffee and snacks to send off with early departing guests. To be totally cloistered for privacy, the two bedroom apartment can be rented as a one bedroom (contact host). The apartment has a full kitchen that is stocked with a self-served breakfast. We are flexible and accommodating to guest requests. Just let us know what you need!
4.8 on July 22, 2012
We stayed for two nights in Florie's Bedroom. It was very nicely appointed and spacious. The king size bed and linens were lovely. Connie the cat reminded us of home and Joe and Diana sent us on our way to our friends' cookout with tomatoes from their beautiful garden. We were very happy we didn't pay more for a sterile Holiday Inn.
Atlanta, GA (ATL-Hartsfield Intl.) 20 miles
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Stone Mountain, Carter Center, Georgia Aquarium, Fernbank Museums, Turner Field, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, Zoo, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Computer, Copier, Desk, Internet Service, Private entrance, Telephone, Washer/dryer , Close to MARTA, Private deck, Comfortable veranda, Full kitchen
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Microwave, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Diana and Joe Simon
Diana is a computer production artist. Joe restores classic wooden boats. They both enjoy traveling and cooking.
Kitchen is stocked with breakfast and snacks -
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian