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.
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5 on June 18, 2013
My husband and I stopped in for one night at the Page House Bed and Breakfast. What a wonderful place to stay. The inn is absolutely beautiful and the owners are extremely nice and courteous. I like that we were given a choice for breakfast. The food was delicious and there definitely was plenty of it. The owners were in the dining room with all the guests and that made the experience even better. I recommend this bed and breakfast for anyone. You will love it!
5 on December 28, 2012
My daughter and I stayed here for one night and it was a magical experience because we adore older homes. The Page House is gorgeous inside & out as is the entire neighborhood. We enjoyed walking up & down the sidewalk of the entire area. Janice was a gracious host as she showed us around the house & gave us some great dining ideas within walking distance of the B&B. I'm very picky as far as cleanliness goes & I can honestly say I didn't find a thing wrong, the entire house is spotless. Kelly was the perfect gentleman while serving breakfast. If you ever get the opportunity to stay at the Page House please don't pass it up. The price to stay is an outstanding value. We absolutely plan on returning.
5 on December 28, 2012
My wife and I booked a two night stay in this gem of a B & B. The house looks even better than in the photos. We enjoyed walking through the house and learning of some of the history of it. The bed was superb and the restroom accommodation was excellent. Dublin is a small town with a cool old style downtown area with a couple restaurants. You are only a quick drive away from Macon and a 2-3 hour drive from Atlanta if you want to do a day trip. The rates were very reasonable for the level of service received. Two thumbs way up!
5 on March 29, 2012
I stayed at the Page house in 2010 and was truly amazed that I had not discovered this place earlier. We had the privilege of staying two nights and then I still did not want to leave. I would love to come at least twice a year for the comfort of this place. I would highly recommend that you just go for no reason but to be pampered and relax
5 on August 03, 2011
I only had one evening to stay in this beautiful b&b. Kelly directed me to a very nice place to have dinner. Glad I didn't chat too much that I ruined theirs. I stayed in the Lila Keen room which was beautiful and very comfortable. Breakfast was a delight and Janice gave me the recipe; but I'm sure it will never taste as good as hers. Would have liked to spend more time in this beautiful home and town and hoping some day to return and spend more time. This was a glimpse into what it would have been like to have lived in the time of this mansions glory. Especially loved the stained glass windows. Wish everyone could have the chance to see and experience this beautiful home. Thanks for the lovely memories of this trip.
Central Georgia, Magnolia Midlands, Middle Georgia, City, Small town
Atlanta, GA (ATL-Hartsfield Intl.) 125 miles
From Atlanta/Hartsfield Airport, follow signs to Interstate 285 East, to interchange Interstate 75 South to Macon (approx. 60 miles). At Macon, take the Interstate 16 East (Savannah) route. Continue from Macon for approximately 49 miles. Take Exit 49/Hwy 257. Follow directions to property.
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, Wilderness Refuge, Music Hall of Fame, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Hawkinsville Harness Racing, St. Patrick's Festival, Possum Hollow Arts/Craft, Cherry Blossom Festival, Redneck Games, Million Pines Arts/Crafts, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
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, In-room internet, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
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!