The hotel manager was so welcoming and friendly. We adored him. He went out of his way to make sure we were comfortable. Breakfast was cooked to order and served in a beautiful dining room on vintage china. Home is located close to all the downtown shops and eateries should you enjoy the walk or you can use the Inns bicycles. We stayed in the pool house. It was very comfortable except the sofa bed needs a new mattress which is the only negative. I'd definitely stay here again. Since the innkeeper attended college in town he knows everything about the area and can make restaurant suggestions plus local sights to see.
Beautiful property, very convenient to GCSU. Only issue was a non working ceiling fan and make up mirror. I do think the +$300 a night is a little steep for Milledgeville.
Visited the college campus with our son and while he stayed overnight at his friends dorm, my husband and I had the pleasure of staying at the B&B which was walking distance to the campus and the cute little Main Street with great dining options. Service was excellent and our every request and need was looked after. The B&B is historic and beautiful. Request the room with the claw foot tub in the bedroom. Can't wait for our next visit!
My husband and I live in Atlanta and each time we have attended an event in Milledgeville we have been lucky enough to book a room in this charming inn. Olivia, the present Innkeeper, is precious and adds greatly to the enjoyment of the visit with her friendliness, knowledge of the surrounding area and her excellent skills at breakfast time! If you want a relaxing, lovely get-away that is not far from Atlanta, this is the place to visit and stay. We will be back. Pamela C.
SO enjoyed my 2nd stay at Antebellum - only regret that it wasn't longer. It is a special B&B! Olivia was the perfect hostess. Loved our room - just a delight! This time we were able to meet some of the other travelers, and enjoyed wine & cheese with them. I can't say enough great things about the Antebellum Inn! Thank you for another delightful stay!
My husband and I stayed here for our 25th wedding anniversary and it was perfect. We stayed in the Judges suite on the first floor where we had our own private access to the beautiful wrap-around porch. We thoroughly enjoyed our conversation with the Innkeepers, Olivia and Brendan. We briefly mentioned our anniversary and they brought us out chocolate covered strawberries and bottle of chilled champagne for us to enjoy on the porch. We will certainly be back.
We have stayed at many B&B's over the years but have never been more satisfied than at our recent stay at the Antebellum. From our spacious and well appointed guest room to the delicious breakfast and warm hospitality of our hosts we were greatly impressed. With a very comfortable bed, excellent bath fixtures and convenient location this is one of our best choices ever. We will definitely return.
We were offered the chance to stay in The Lofts instead, and were very pleased we did. Excellent location, very modern loft-style building. Still able to have breakfast at the Inn - Matt made the stay very enjoyable. Great option for visiting GCSU kids :)
Wonderful. Well restored period mansion. Shows well. Parking was very good, Breakfast was well presented and very good. Very Southern. Walking down the street to the town center was a nice stroll. The shops and restaurants were top shelf, especially the Velvet Elvis. Walking the campus of the Georgia Military College was like a private park. Would recommend to anyone to book a visit.
We stayed at the cottage for a weekend. The location was easy walking distance from all the towns and shops, The cottage was great with refrigerator, oven, microwave, dishwasher, and keurig (with kcups included). They also had stress relief toiletries and two pair of slippers (awesome!). Breakfast time was a little short from 8am to 9:30 am, but very nice as well. Great little retreat for the weekend!
My husband and I met in milledgeville and love to go back for a visit on our anniversary. I'm so glad to have such a beautiful and special place to stay. The antebellum inn is just gorgeous and has so many special touches. We have always stayed in the Oak room and love the updates that have been made. We enjoyed a nice glass of wine on the porch before walking downtown for dinner. Breakfast was delicious. We will keep up the tradition!
My husband and I enjoyed our 1 night stay. I wish we could have stayed longer to enjoy the lovely front porch and the pool. It's a kind of place you just want to spend all your time sitting around and relaxing. I would definitely like to come back.
My husband and I enjoyed spending one night in the Magnolia room at the Antebellum Inn. The room was lovely and comfortable. We enjoyed meeting and talking with other guest at the wine and cheese time. The breakfast was delicious.
My wife and I stayed at the band new Soho Lofts (part of the Antebellum Inn) for the Deep Roots Festival. The rooms, service, and staff are all welcoming and wonderful. The linens are first class and the accommodations very comfortable. It is well worth the trip to Milledgeville.
Absolutely the nicest B&B we have ever visited. Been all over the East Coast and this was a very pleasant find. Extremely clean and full baths in each room, my favorite highlights. Breakfast was just right and very well presented each morning. We really can not say one negative thing about our 2-night stay. Recommend to anyone without any doubts. .
The Antebellum Inn in Milledgeville GA is a highly recommended place to stay. The house is extremely comfortable, with many sitting areas downstairs and on the large porch. The rooms are also comfortable, with wonderful antiques. The wine in the evening, snacks anytime, and the morning breakfast are excellent. The staff are extremely helpful and friendly, and made us feel at home. Wifi is free and there is a pool. The Inn is a great location to explore the history of the central Piedmont of GA. Milledgeville was the capital of GA from 1806 to 1868. The governor's house is a wonderful example of architecture of the time and the tour is well worth taking to learn about the political history of the period and how the governor lived. There are many houses dating from the 1800s, a result of the government location and wealth made from cotton. The central town and Georgia College make for some wonderful places to walk.