We stayed two nights in the cottage. The cottage was lovely with one exception. The comforter on the bed is very pretty but it is extremely thick and too heavy for April going into May. There was just a sheet and this heavy comforter. So we were either cold from just the sheet or too hot. Need something lighter weight for the spring/summer. Although the literature says the pool would be ready by April 1st it was not yet cleaned. Turned out that our main day was rainy and in the low 60s and not pool weather. The staff is very friendly and the evening wine/cheese and morning breakfasts were wonderful. The breakfast is mostly plate served with a few items set up buffet style. We loved the rockers on the front of the cottage and the main porch. Downtown is just a few blocks away with many good restaurants. Highly recommend the daily tour of the town ran by the Visitors/Convention office. There office is only a 3 block walk.
I've never stayed in a bed n breakfast before staying at the Antebellum. I was there for a college tour with my daughter. She and I both loved our visit. Room was very clean. Excellent service. The breakfast was delicious. Highly recommend! Amy in Buford, GA
This was our second time staying at the Inn. We stayed in a different room this time. The room we stayed in was considered a "king" room, but was obviously two twins pushed together. I never sleep well on these- but everything else about the room was delightful. Love the inn. Love how convenient it is to the college town and campus. The breakfast was very yummy and we even used the bikes for a ride around town before we left.
I picked the inn because it fit my travel plans and was half way home from Fla to TN. It was my first time to visit the inn, and it exceeded my expectations. I chose the Judges Room based on the description in the web site. It turned out to be the only room on the ground floor, and it also had a private access to the outdoor porch and the parking area. The bed was very comfortable, and the amenities were on par with a high end B&B. In the morning they served me a custom breakfast that satisfied my gluten free diet, although the French toast served to the other guests looked very good. I enjoyed not only the inn but also the town of Milledgeville, which I learned used to be the capitol of Ga. Lots of history and interesting things to see. I heartily recommend this inn if your travels take you anywhere close to the Macon/Atlanta area.
My husband and I booked the Savannah Lost this past weekend for a getaway. The loft was beautiful and beautifully decorated; it is positioned in perfect proximity to restaurants and bars. We walked everywhere we wanted to go and had a wonderful time. Would love to stay again sometime soon.
We visited the week of December 19th and stayed in the pool house. The grounds and the home were kept in immaculate condition. Olivia was awesome and a joy to be around and was very helpful navigating the area's attractions and restaurants.
Our son is a freshman at GCSU, and this was our third visit to spend the night in Milledgeville. But our first stay at the Inn. I plan on looking at my calendar to see if we can always book at the Inn for our stays in town. So convenient to all the college events. Our room was perfect- clean, beautiful and comfortable. And our breakfast was delicious and perfect.
The home is beautiful and very relaxing. We were able to check in early which was a plus's. The inn keepers were wonderful, friendly and knowledgeable about the area. Sitting on the wrap around pourch and people watching was fun and relaxing.
The hotel manager was so welcoming and friendly. We adored him. He went out of his way to make sure we were comfortable. Breakfast was cooked to order and served in a beautiful dining room on vintage china. Home is located close to all the downtown shops and eateries should you enjoy the walk or you can use the Inns bicycles. We stayed in the pool house. It was very comfortable except the sofa bed needs a new mattress which is the only negative. I'd definitely stay here again. Since the innkeeper attended college in town he knows everything about the area and can make restaurant suggestions plus local sights to see.