Come back to a time when "cotton was king" and living was gracious and easy. Picture yourself among the guests that often promenaded around the block and later gathered in the ballroom of the Page House to enjoy dancing and musical performances. Such was the way of life for the residents of homes on Bellevue Avenue. Locals refer to these homes on "Millionaire's Row" as the "mansions that cotton built." The Page House is located in the heart of the historic district at the corner of Bellevue Avenue and Elm Street. It is next to the Laurens County Library within walking distance from parks and recreation facilities, churches, banks, and a post office. A stroll under the tree shaded streets will take you to antique and gift shops. Downtown is just four blocks away, with plenty of shops, Theatre Dublin, and the Laurens County Historical Society and Museum. Walking tours are available.
5 on February 18, 2015
My husband and I just wanted a night to ourselves but didn't want to travel far from home, our kids. Page House is a wonderful alternative to chain hotels. The room was amazing! The owners were very nice and helpful. They served a delicious breakfast also. We're going to make this an annual trip! Thanks so much!!
5 on February 10, 2015
This was my first stay at a b&b and I'm glad we chose the page house. The owners are very welcoming and respectful of our space. Hopefully we can stay there again soon. And you must try the French toast. It was to die for.
5 on February 03, 2015
Our recent stay at The Page House was so romantic and comforting. Janice insured our stay was most comfortable. We stayed in the Lovett Suite which was much larger than expected. The entire house is filled with antiques, books, amenities, and history. I wonder how often people stay at the local hotels out by the interstate and miss this Precious Hidden Gem. You simply can't beat the price. My wife and I are from the south so we know good food. How amazed we were that the breakfast was included in our rate. This was no microwaved mess as served by a national chain. Fresh food, the fluffiest sausage breakfast casserole, heavenly biscuits and THE BEST GRITS I'VE EVER EATEN (sorry Mom). Janice gave me seconds on grits. This will be our place to stay from now on. We can't wait till our next visit.
3.8 on January 15, 2015
Great place just to relax and enjoy.
4.0 on December 08, 2014
We recently stayed at the Page House.It was beautifully decorated for Christmas.Janice was a most gracious and friendly hostess.We loved our stay.Will definitely stay again and will recommend the Page House.
5 on December 01, 2014
We love staying at the Page House! Janice & Kelly go above and beyond to make their customers are happy!
5 on December 01, 2014
Our first stay at a B&B. After 30years of traveling and staying in Hotels, wasn't sure what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised. This house was beautiful and the room was very pleasant with civil war artifacts on the wall. Breakfast was good ole country style with some of the best grits that I've had....& I've been eating grits for a long time.
5 on November 19, 2014
Outstanding accommodation! Gracious Southern hospitality, a true architectural gem, delightful host/hostess, delicious breakfast . . . all well served. The owner even assisted us with our luggage on a late evening arrival. We will be back! Thank you Kelly and Janice for sharing your home with us. Steve and Jackie Arthur, Nashville, Tennessee
5 on October 29, 2014
My stay was awesome as usual. They are excellent host and I truly enjoy the stay. Melanie
5 on October 23, 2014
Thank you to Janice and Kelly for their hospitality. Our stay was very enjoyable, away from the hustle and bustle, and breakfast was outstanding.
The Dublin Room reflects the city's Irish heritage. It is tastefully decorated with Irish keepsakes and local art. The room features a queen-size bed, private bathroom with shower, cable TV, Wireless and dial-up computer connection, writing desk, ceiling fan, and antique amenities. Located on the second floor.
The Page Room is the only bedroom of the six that is located on the first floor, and it meets handicap- accessible regulation codes as well. It has a king size bed and private bath.
Bill and Janelle Lovette are very dear personal friends and benevolent friends of the community. We chose to honor them by naming this room the "Lovette Suite". This room is often used by newlyweds as the "HoneyMoon Suite". This seems very appropriate since Bill and Janelle married the night of their very first blind date! The suite features a king-size bed room, private bathroom with shower and large whirlpool tub, toilet closet, and a double sink vanity. A kitchentte has a sink, small refrigerator, microwave, and dining table. Breakfast can be served in the suite if the guests choose private dining. Also featured are cable TV, Wireless and dial-up computer connection, writing desk, walk-in closet, ceiling fan, and antique amenities. Located on the second floor.
Lila Moore Keen was raised in Dublin where she developed her artistic talents. Stories of her younger days tell how she would sit in neighboring yards and paint pictures of live flowers. She grew to be respected in the art world and had art showings in famous museums in New York and Washington, DC. She was honored with the title "Lady of the Camellia's" for her accurate portrayal of these beautiful Southern flowers. The Dublin-Laurens Museum contains the largest collection of her private works. The Keen Room features a queen-size bed, private bathroom with shower, cable TV, Wireless and dial-up computer connection, writing desk, ceiling fan, and antique amenities, including some of her artwork. Located on the second floor.
The "Room of Honor" is renamed every year for someone living in our community that has made a significant contribution to Dublin's history. We enjoy the privilege of selecting honorees and presenting them with a name plate that is secured above the door entrance for the following year. The Balcony Room appropriately refers to the private balcony that is accessed from the bedroom. This is a choice room during pleasant weather, where the guests can enjoy sitting on the outdoor furniture under the shade of a deck umbrella. This room features a queen-size bed, a private bath with tub/shower, cable TV, Wireless and dial-up computer connection, writing desk, ceiling fan, and antique amenities. Located on the second floor.
Captain Hardy Smith was a resident of Dublin and served in the Civil War. Built in 1873, his home in Dublin is the oldest residence on it's original location. It is currently being restored as a museum for all war veterans of Laurens County. The room is decorated with civil war memorabilia and features a queen-size bed, private bath with shower, cable TV, Wireless and dial-up computer connection, writing desk, walk-in closet, ceiling fan, and antique amenities. Located on the second floor.
Central Georgia, Magnolia Midlands, Middle Georgia, City, Small town
Atlanta, GA (ATL-Hartsfield Intl.) 125 miles
From Macon, GA, take Interstate 16 East, approximately 49 miles. Taxe Exit 49/ Hwy 257, turn left towards Dublin. Go approx. 3 miles/Best Buy on right. Turn left on the next paved road (Bellevue Road). Continue thru 3 traffic lights. Road changes to Bellevue Avenue. Go 5 blocks, Page House is on the left, next to the Library.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Native American museum, Oconee River, St. Patrick's Festival, Train Watching, Music Hall of Fame, Wilderness Refuge, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Air conditioning, BBQ grill, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Piano, Private entrance, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, St. Patrick's Festival, Million Pines Arts/Crafts, Redneck Games, Cherry Blossom Festival, Possum Hollow Arts/Craft, Hawkinsville Harness Racing, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Kelly and Janice Canady
We enjoy gardening, sailing, and antique shopping. Most of our spare time is spent with our children, doing whatever activity they are involved in at the time! We attend many of the cultural events in our community (i.e.-performing arts, original art shows, church-related events, etc.)
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Baked French Toast Casserole
A deliciously sweet start to your morning! French bread dipped in egg batter, baked on a bed of brown sugar and syrup! Cut into the bread, and dip up the syrup! Unforgettable!