Madison Georgia's Brady Inn Bed and Breakfast, near the University of Georgia in Athens, the Masters in Augusta, and the golf courses of Lake Oconee, offer seven guest rooms beautifully decorated with Victorian antiques, rocking chair porches, and lasting memories. Whether your interests are football, golf, historic homes, or antiques, the Brady Inn Bed & Breakfast is ready to pamper you in classic Southern comfort.
5 on July 20, 2015
We thoroughly enjoyed at stay at the Brady Inn. We selected the McIntyre Room, which was spacious and well appointed, with a very comfortable bed. The staff members we met, Rick, Laurie, and Kim, were very accommodating and gracious. Dot, the chef, prepared a delicious breakfast for our enjoyment. We even had a chance to visit with Brady, the cat. For a dinner treat, check out Ricardo's. We hope to be back sooner than later.
We are so glad that you enjoyed your stay. We have a wonderful staff that enjoys meeting guests and wants to make sure you are comfortable and have a great time while in Madison. By the way, we dropped into Ricardo's this evening for dinner. Aaron, our favorite bartender, has a new classic cocktail menu and the calamari was super! FYI Our daughter loves the Apple Walnut Salad with Sesame Dressing.
- Karen Wibell (innkeeper)
3.2 on October 21, 2014
On a Thursday in early October, en route from Alabama to South Carolina, we were one of two overnight parties. We had reserved the Gentlemen’s Room in the Southwing Cottage which is connected to the main Brady House by a covered walkway with small tables and chairs. We arrived around 6 pm, just after staff had left for the day, so we were on our own. Fresh cookies and beverages were available in the kitchen. We picnicked on sandwiches and fruit from our cooler at a table on the walkway overlooking the back yard garden. Accommodations were clean and in good condition. Though we had requested “no air fresheners or fabric softener,” there was a definite but unidentifiable artificial scent in the room. We slept well. Train tracks are nearby, but the train whistle blew only once or twice and then quiet resumed. Cheerful staff served a generous and tasty breakfast. Photos of Brady House rooms do not adequately convey their beauty. We would have chosen a room in the House rather than the Cottage had we known the property’s layout. Extra time was spent going back and forth via the walkway to the dining room and check-out. Walking tour of historic antebellum Madison homes takes about 1 hr. following a self-guided brochure map.
5 on May 02, 2013
Our wedding weekend at the Brady Inn was amazing, magical, epic…we have run out of adjectives. The Brady Inn was the perfect setting for our family and cherished friends to spend time together celebrating this most joyous occasion. The staff was incomparable! The individual attention to our needs as well as the attention to detail was second to none. From the fabulous breakfasts to the assistance with our lunches and snacks to the moment by moment caretaking of us during the rehearsal dinner--I can't compliment everyone enough. Special thanks to Billie, Becca, Anna, Amy, Alice, Marilyn, Crystal, John, Paul, Karen and Peter who jumped right in to help as if we were their own family. It was so great! We felt so welcome and cared for throughout the weekend. It is a time that none of us will ever forget.
5 on October 31, 2011
Extremely clean & quiet. Beautifully landscaped & welcoming. The staff are there to please & provided us with excellent service & recommendations for shopping, sightseeing, & dining. Must try Peter's omelets.
4.0 on October 24, 2011
Nice location and surroundings, excellent service and hospitality! A delightful historical bed and breakfast in a wonderful Southern setting!
5 on October 03, 2011
Friendly, welcoming owners and staff. Rooms are user friendly and the breezeway between buildings was perfect for card playing and reading.
4.6 on August 02, 2011
We had visited Madison before. but had never stayed at the Brady Inn... "Wow!" is all I can say. Made tentative plans to renew our vows on our 50th anniversary in a few years.
4.6 on January 30, 2011
We enjoyed a wonderful night at the Brady Inn. Beautiful place, friendly staff, great food, and a neat little town -- we definitely recommend!
5 on October 02, 2010
Location: perfect walking distance to a very charming town. Large bed chamber, welcoming common areas, exceptionally clean, love karen's painted rug in the dining area, delicious breakfast and gracious hosts.
5 on June 29, 2010
Beautiful inn, very comfortable and wonderful hosts. Breakfast was excellent, rooms were awesome. We will be back!
Atlanta, GA (ATL-Hartsfield Intl.) 72 miles
Pick up 441/129 south, on the south side of Athens, traveling past Watkinsville, Bishop, and Farmington, approximately 30 miles. At Main Street (the first stoplight) turn right toward downtown Madison business district. At Jefferson Street (again, the first stoplight) turn right. Travel 2 blocks to Second Street and turn right again. Travel 2 more blocks to 250 North Second Street--Brady Inn in on your right. Approximate travel time 35 minutes.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Lake Oconee, Hard Labor Creek State Park, University of Georgia, Atlanta Attractions 60 miles, Antebellum Trail, Golf, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Tours, University
Bike rental, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Parking, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wedding Facilities, Wired internet , Commercial kitchen, Dining room seats over 40, Covered porches with rocking chairs, Cookies, cakes or other snacks provided, Mini-fridge stocked with beverages for guest use, 4 rooms with private entrances
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Desk, Hairdryer, Private entrance, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Hiking trails, Antique Shopping, Horse Drawn Carriage Rides, Local Festivals, Historic Home Tours, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Karen & Peter Wibell
Peter is a Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor with a background in restaurant management in New York City and Dallas, Texas. Karen's career encompasses home furnishings and marketing. She is active in local philanthropy and is a free- lance writer and artist. They have two lovely teenage daughters.