Two wonderful nights with sightseeing jaunts to Jimmy Carter's Plains, Ga., and to Andersonville, that terrible monument to the horrors of war. Breakfasts were absolutely terrific, and ample refreshments were out for taking 24 hours. Hosts Kim and Susan obviously are devoting their signifnicant labor and tremendous love on this inn. Kim's knowledge and help with area dining spots and historical sites was truly outstanding, and Susan works hard to deliver unique dishes. We were impressed with the many, many area reference pieces available at the inn. That's not to mention the comfortable surroundings and furnishings in this 1847 masterpiece. We enjoyed this greatly and plan to return.