Many features make Pleasant Lane Acres the perfect getaway spot. With a perfect location--just 23 miles northeast of Augusta, Georgia and 20 miles north of Aiken, South Carolina. The home has nine working fireplaces, one in each room that is reflected in the glow of the beautiful heart pine floors. The entire front of the home is for the privacy of our guests and includes a sitting room with a piano, which guests are encouraged to play, as well as a desk for writing, and several cozy corners for reading or just relaxing. The spacious dining room provides a setting for the scrumptious complimentary breakfast. Complimentary beverages may be enjoyed at the heart pine bar that overlooks the country kitchen with double sided rustic stone fireplace. The front porch runs the length of the house and there is always a pleasant breeze to enjoy as you relax in one of the two swings or rocking chairs providing a wonderful view of the property and tree lined driveway that leads to the front door. There are many reason to come to Pleasant Lane Acres if you need to get away from the hectic hustle bustle life. Escape to the country where there is only nature's beauty to enjoy and appreciate an old home brought back to life with a real labor of love.
5 on May 26, 2014
We highly recommend this B&B. Excellent food and spirits, true Southern hospitality, and beautiful rooms. My husband and I wanted an escape from our home in the city; we got everything we were looking for at Pleasant Lane Acres: rural landscape, chirping birds, fresh air, home cooked meals.
5 on April 20, 2014
We had a wonderful stay at Pleasant Lane Acres. Barbara and Don were so welcoming and friendly. The breakfasts were delicious, the front porch so relaxing, gorgeous home and antiques. Barbara and Don went out of their way to make our stay so nice.
5 on December 21, 2013
The accommodated me last minute. Barbara and Don were friendly and provided outstanding food.
4.8 on August 19, 2013
We had a very enjoyable visit at Pleasant Lane Acres B&B. The food was delicious and the service great. The atmosphere was very nice and restful and highly recommended.
4.6 on April 29, 2013
On top of having friends give me passes for a day at the Masters, I found Pleasant Acres by crawling through the web since I was LATE trying to book for that busy time. So how lucky am I? This place is clearly one of those "We had to do it and we had to do it right" restorations. The history and the building are terrific. Don and Barbara are so friendly you (almost) want to help with the dishes. Our stay was so short. At least we got in a couple hours on the front porch, with wine and snacks. For the Masters or a quiet get-away, this gets high marks.
4.8 on April 11, 2013
Blew me away. The food was fantastic and the overall hospitality was even better. Thank you Barbara and Don.
5 on April 10, 2013
We heard about Barbara and Don's place by a reliable word of mouth source but know little about it before we arrived. WOW!! what a pleasant surprise. Barbara and Don are warm and engaging hosts and Barbara is a fabulous cook. Our rooms were clean and bright. There's nothing better than returning from a long day of walking at the Masters to return to the B&B and sit on the lovely front porch with your shoes off being served an adult beverage of your choice by Barbara as you munch on freshly popped popcorn and eat cheese and crackers before dinner. It feels just like home (expect I have to fix my own drinks at home) You will not be disappointed if you stay here.
5 on April 10, 2013
I recently stayed at this B&B during the masters week and the place was outstanding. Barbara and Don are great hosts, food was amazing and the accomedations were great. I plan to come back next year
4.8 on March 27, 2013
Pleasant Lane Acres was a wonderful place to stay!
5 on February 16, 2013
Well if you think of anything else all you have to do is ask! The southern hospitality of Don and Barbara combined with the country location provide for the perfect getaway. The food and service is outstanding. This is our second stay here and we will be returning for years to come!
Located on the main floor, the room features the original beaded pine board walls, twelve foot ceiling, and a brick wall above the fireplace that gives a natural warmth to the room. The four post mahogany pineapple queen bed creates a romantic air to this very elegant and delightful room. There is a double French door opening on to a porch with ceiling fans and wicker furniture. The private bath features a large tile shower with two shower heads and a seat,an antique pedestal sink, and an oak medicine cabinet with beveled mirror.Rates:$145.00 per night/double*;$125.00 per night/single*.
Located on the second floor, this masculine room begs for you to curl up with a good book in the colonial rocking chair while savoring the room's cozy country flavor enhanced by the working fireplace and the country braided rugs. Decorated with green and burgundy that compliment the rich wood antique furniture. The writing table looks out the dormer window and affords you a view of the tree-lined driveway and fields that surround the house. The private bath is a continuation of the bedroom and has a large tile shower with seat, mini clawfoot tub, and pedestal sink. $145/double*; $125/single*.
Also located on the second floor, this light and airy spacious room with oak plank flooring is decorated with oak antiques which gives our guest a feeling of a warm spring day regardless of the season. Relax in front of the wood burning fireplace on the beautiful antique bed (queen) that has been passed down through our family for generations. The private bath features a charming oak stand with a marble sink, a large claw foot tub, and tile shower. There is a certain charm to this room and it is your host's favorite room. $145/double*; $125/single*.
This 576 square foot cottage has its own full kitchen. It can also be used for business meetings. Please contact the innkeepers for more details and room rate.
Room rates increase for Master's week. Please call for Master's week room rates.
Countryside, Small town
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Nature area, The Masters Golf Tournament
Bed and Breakfast
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Radio, TV
Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, The Masters, Sight-seeing