This quiet getaway, on the National Register of Historic Places, is 40 miles south of Atlanta and 40 miles north of Macon.
Enjoy a full, hot southern breakfast at this beautiful 1841 restored cotton plantation -- a rare gem that survived the Civil War and Sherman's fury!
The house is stocked with antiques. A romantic view of the 100-year-old Magnolias, flowers and shrubs is available from every room. The antebellum garden is perfect for a morning stroll. Also, enjoy rare birds, peacocks, horses and other animals among the walking trails. Two slave quarters and a museum can also be toured.
             3335 Jackson Road, Griffin, Georgia 30223, (404) 625-3038, email: