The River Street Inn is located at the beginning of Savannah's Landmark district and is an intimate guest hotel, preserving the charm of the past in harmony with the amenities and conveniences of the present. Wrapped around a central atrium, this five-story, National Register Listed, Historic Inn on Savannah's Riverfront is preserved to offer leisure and business travelers a taste of yesterday with all the modern conveniences. Situated between historic Factor's Walk and River Street, the Inn overlooks the Savannah River and is an easy stroll to all Historic District tours, attractions, museums, antiques shops, souvenir shops, river cruises and restaurants.
The historic Sylvan Falls Mill, located in the scenic mountains of north east Georgia, is celebrating its 172th year of operation. It is unique among other gristmills in that it is located below a 100-foot cascading waterfall, and is powered by a 27-foot water wheel, which is one of the largest in the United States. Watch as the miller slowly grinds fresh flour and grits from the historic water-powered mill. Mike and Linda Johnson have operated the Bed and Breakfast since 2001 and have enjoyed sharing the natural beauty of the property with guests from all over the world. The four beautifully appointed guest rooms feature queen size beds, private baths, refrigerators, and WIFI. Breakfasts are served on the screen porch overlooking the falls and feature organic, local and seasonal fare.
Surrounded by family heirlooms and splendid period furniture, visitors at The McKinnon House can indulge in the graciousness of a by-gone era. Situated in the heart of historic Old Town Brunswick, this Victorian house was completed in 1902 as the residence of lumber magnate L.T. McKinnon and since 1993 has been the home of the innkeeper, Jo Miller. Visitors follow the white Georgia marble steps onto the front porch, to find a pair of double doors featuring delicate etching and stained glass. These authentic details have made McKinnon House one of the most photographed houses in Brunswick and earned it a role in the movie "Conrack".
Built in 1896 by George Burch Hinman for his growing family, Stonehurst belonged to the same family for over 100 years and so retains much of the original layout, features and hardware. A contractor and entrepreneur during the late 19th century, Hinman built textile mills throughout the Southeast and owned cotton gin and furniture factories in Atlanta. Purchased from the family estate after the youngest daughter Ruth's death at Stonehurst in 1996, the home was a bed and breakfast for some years. Barb Shadomy purchased Stonehurst in 2007 after discovering it while in England studying interior and garden design. For 17 months Barb and her team of architects and contractors, specialists in historic and eco-friendly systems, renovated and restored the home and its gardens to standards set by the US National Park Service, the GA State Historic Preservation Office, Southface and EarthCraft House. Stonehurst Place is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.