We spent 3 nights at the Historic Statesboro Inn and enjoyed it a great deal. It's location downtown is terrific, as good restaurants are within easy walking distance and the William McTell walking trail is right out back. The rooms are beautifully decorated and all rooms are different - some with low dormers, alcoves, large and small baths, couches, fireplaces. We had a large room with a couch and 2 stuffed arm chairs. Truth be told, the furniture is antique and not terribly comfortable but I still prefer it to standard, modern hotel furniture. The bed was quite comfortable.
Rooms in the original part of the Inn are on the 2nd floor, with no elevator, so ask for options if stairs are a problem. The grounds are lovely: comfortable wicker furniture on the verandas (including 2 sweet cats who share the cushions) and attractive flowers & shrubs. The back parking area opens to the town library so it is quiet at night.
Breakfast is cooked to order and served in one of the parlors. We had eggs & bacon one morning, pancakes & bacon the 2nd and an egg, veggie and sausage dish the 3rd. Fresh fruit, juice and coffee rounded it out. Very tasty.
The staff are very friendly. Denman DuBose, the innkeeper, offered good suggestions for dinner, excellent directions to get to places we wanted to visit and advised us on where to stay and what to visit in Atlanta later in our trip. A great spot if you are in the Statesboro area.
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