We walked up the steps on to the charming and welcoming wrap-around porch and rang the Victorian doorbell. The gracious innkeeper opened the door and as we entered we were treated to a delightful peek back in time to the early years of Brunswick. The 1886 home, built by Mr. Downing who made his fortune in turpentine and founded the original Bank of Brunswick, evoked images of a southern well-to-do family of the past through the owner's impressive collections and display of antique art and furniture. He meticulously has presented these treasures throughout the house and the eye is dazzled and delighted at every moment. As we stepped further into the foyer our gaze was captured by a 16 foot Christmas tree adorned with 2,000+ Radko Christmas ornaments and our breath was taken away. We sat and basked in the charm of the livingroom and our host, we were regaled with stories of the house, town and informed of all Brunswick and the Golden Isles have to offer today. Wonderful recommendations and reservations were made for shopping, dining and touring which were very helpful and thoroughly enjoyed. Our two-bedroom suite was very comfortable and charming. We were graciously served delicious breakfasts in the formal dining room. We spent elegant evenings in the parlor and on the porch with Christmas music softly playing. The Brunswick Manor was an excellent Christmas choice.
1st floor had one two-bedroom suite with own bathroom - smaller rooms but adequate ... and very comf...
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