5 on March 28, 2017
Stayed at Garden Path for a class reunion in southwest Georgia,just across the Chattahoochee River. Warm,welcoming reception with Gary and Diane, the owners. Rooms very comfortable,relaxing with all modern necessities(hi-speed internet,music,multi-media),in a beautiful Victorian home.Easy come and go on your own schedule,and Gary and Diane always there to welcome you back,and great conversationalist-had some really nice breakfast chats. Breakfast is a highlight of each day -delicious southern dishes for all tastes and dietary requirements. A great stay with two of the nicest people who really love making your stay welcoming, relaxing, and memorable. Definitely will return and hope others get to experience this jewel . Edward Hollington
5 on April 16, 2016
While in the area where we grew up, my sister treated me to two nights at the Garden Path Inn which is the old Killingsworth Mansion... My best friend was a grandniece of the Killingsworth Mansion, and I had seen and been in the home before... The transformation was unbelievable... The artistic ability of the two people who have landscaped and decorated the inside, a husband and wife, is astounding... I have stayed at Bread & Breakfast Inns across the United States and overseas; thank you for restoring the old Killingsworth Mansion. The southern charm and history of the Victorian area has been captured and the food and pleasant conversation with the guests were enjoyable.
5 on January 30, 2016
My friends and I have stayed at the Garden Path Inn twice and my family & I have a trip planned in the next few weeks. The Inn is beautiful, warm & welcoming and the innkeepers, Gary and Diane Norman, go above and beyond to provide scrumptious food and a memorable experience that will be treasured for years. Highly recommended for a great get-away!
5 on February 18, 2015
We stayed here on our way to visit family right before Christmas. A little out of the way, but so worth it! The house was beautifully decorated for Christmas and every room was unique and had it's own tree. We stayed in the Lydia room, very comfortable bed and two bathrooms attached to the room. Also warm cookies waiting by the bed for our arrival. Unfortunately we did not get to spend more time at the house, arrived late and left right after breakfast the next morning, but our time there was very pleasant and we will definitely be returning in the future. Owners were very accommodating with any special requests regarding breakfast and arrival time. There was also inclement weather during the night and Gary came to check on us to make sure we were safe which meant a lot! Great people and amazing B&B! ~Lindsay and Hugo
5 on July 25, 2012
Found this beautiful surprise last July just looking for somewhere to stay for one night while traveling near this area of lower Alabama. The house is just beautiful!!! Found the hosts to be warm, friendly. They made us feel so welcome. The breakfast was delicious and the hosts took the time to join us. If you travel this way or visiting Eufala, you will not be disappointed with a stay at the Garden Path Inn.