Fairview Inn is located in Valdosta's oldest residential neighborhood. Valdosta's oldest house can be found in our neighborhood as well as many other proudly restored homes. Fairview Neighborhood also takes great pride in being listed on the National Historic Register. Within walking distance, you can visit historic downtown Valdosta which offers casual and fine dining. Realizing that everyone's needs and schedules are different, we try to be very flexible. Breakfast and check-in times are not written in stone and we try to adapt our schedule to yours. Rates are $85-$125. Delicous hot breakfasts are served in our old-world dining room or our cozy kitchen. Whether you perfer a romantic candlelight breakfast or a more informal atmosphere, we work with you to make it a breakfast to remember. Our five bedrooms have private baths, Bose CD radios, hairdryers, iron & ironing board, individual climate control, ceiling fans, cable TV, high speed internet and comfortable beds.
5 on August 08, 2013
This is how all B&B’s should be. They have a decent website. A nice person answers the phone and explains things pleasantly and takes your reservation. The prices are reasonable. Upon arriving the owners are cheerful and helpful. The rooms are comfortable, clean and well-maintained. Nothing is overly fussy or pretentious. The home is historic, lovingly restored, lived-in and enjoyed. The owners are there to be helpful but not in your way. They provide a delicious, hot breakfast and are available for pleasant conversation. I highly recommend.
5 on November 02, 2011
For my first time trip to Georgia from California I searched high and low for a hotel room. I read a review on the internet that "...there weren't any really nice hotels in Valdosta." Then I happened to come across The Fairview Inn B&B and made a reservation. After arriving in Valdosta, getting my luggage and rental car, I called and again spoke with Linda letting her know I was on my way. She said she would stay up and wait for me. As I pulled up in the driveway I saw the the porch light turn on and Linda came out and greeted me. Upon entering the kitchen it reminded me of my grandmother's country kitchen with high ceilings and the wood dinner table. She took me upstairs and showed me my room (The Green Room) which was the very nicely decorated and asked if breakfast at 9:00 a.m. was okay? After she left, I took a shower in my extremely clean private bathroom that's in the room and melted in the bed. The next morning I woke up at 8:30 to the smell of bacon. After dressing I went downstairs to the kitchen where Linda and Irvin was just finishing up preparing breakfast. The table was completely set of homemade biscuits, preserves, bacon, fruit, etc., Everything was above delicious. After eating, all of the guests along with Linda and Irvin sat around the table and chatted for a bit before we all retreated to start our day. I toured the rest of the house with Irvin telling me its history. Soon came time for me to leave which I did not want to do as The Fairview is really a nice, clean and comfortable place to come and relax. Linda and Irvin are two of the nicest and hospitable people you will meet or want to meet in Valdosta. If ever I go back to visit Valdosta, I know exactly where I'm staying. If you decide to stay at The Fairview (which I would sincerely recommend), try to remember to ask Irvin for the pure cane syrup to go along with the biscuits. Hugs to you, Linda and Irvin.
5 on October 14, 2011
A great place to stay. Linda and Irvin are just good folks. They make you feel right at home. Irvin recommended the 306 restaurant downtown for dinner. Don't miss it, Great food and service at a reasonable price.
5 on October 02, 2011
Linda & Irvin made us so comfortable. We loved our canopy bed and the inn (house) was furnished so antique. Loved it. Breakfast was awesome -- scrambled eggs, bacon, biscuits, homemade peach preserves & great company. We will go back.
4.0 on August 23, 2011
I've stayed in many B&Bs and the service shown by Linda and Irvin was exemplary. My companion and I very much felt as if we were in a "home away from home." The exterior is well maintained, many well-loved plants litter the back yard and deck area. The interior is well appointed with period antiques yet our bedroom offered cable tv and wi-fi for computer access. As we were the only guests, our sumptuous breakfasts were served in the formal dining room on a beautiful oaken table that seemed to stretch half a mile! The tasty breakfast included homemade biscuits, fresh pears, peach preserves and figs. What a great find in Valdosta! We would stay there again!
Tallahassee, FL (TLH)
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Fishing, Golfing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Video Arcade
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Computer, Copier, Piano
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Linda & Irvin Green
Restrictive , Vegetarian