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825 Egmont St, Brunswick, GA 31520-7825
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#1 of 4 B&Bs / Inns in Brunswick
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Located halfway between Savannah and Jacksonville, this historic bed and breakfast is in historic downtown Brunswick, the Gateway to the Golden Isles.
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Lori E wrote a review Nov 23
Grand Blanc, Michigan11 contributions5 helpful votes
This was our first trip to Brunswick. We found the Brunswick Manor to be a hidden gem in the community. Tucked in the historic district the Manor sits on a corner across from the square. Both the house and grounds are beautiful. Inside the home it is clean and decorated with period furnishings. We were greated by Thomas and given a history tour of home and invited to do additional exploring. We were fortune that home had just been decorated for Christmas. The living room is spectacular! Thomas served a wonderful southern breakfast precisely at 8:30am. Thomas was a wonderful host and invited us several times to make ourselves at home here.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Marcia Was Here wrote a review Nov 23
Savannah, Georgia1 contribution
This could be the most accommodating historic BnB I have ever been in. We have stayed twice now in just the last month, since it's not far from us it's a beautiful trip to get away for the weekend and just relax in beautiful Brunswick. The Manor is full of stories and mystery and you can imagine the original owners going about their daily lives within these walls once upon a time. The level of decor suite the time period, (and bank account of Mr Downing no doubt,) with antiques that are truly intriguing and capture your attention. Not just a show case of "old stuff". At some point in the future I plan to spend an extended amount of time there, to read some of those great books alone. Our first visit was in the Cumberland room, which was just beautiful. We arrived late so didn't get the chance to meet the inn keepers straight off, but when I took a small injury and needed a first aid kit, he were there in minutes and took very good care of us. Our second visit we stayed in the Downing room, which was the boyfriend's favorite. We had planned to go out for the night, but it was just so cozy in there! We ended up watching the entire Twilight series on TV instead and strolling through the garden. Breakfast was fantastic. Especially if you get to have it on the porch. Such a relaxing way to spend the morning! We are not big breakfast eaters, so It was a little out of our norm to have such elaborate food that early. Absolutely rich and delicious, it could very well qualify as a dessert! There is not much I would change about either of our experiences. We had the lovely surprise of seeing the house decorated for Xmas this second time around. Absolutely stunning. The tree is worthy of significant attention if you are there during this season. And I loved there was a tree in our room as well. It definitely set a certain romantic vibe. We are very much looking forward to returning in the near future. Our only regret is not finding it sooner. My only word of caution is to mind the back stairs off the porch. They are just slightly off kilter, and it's not easily noticed so be careful. Age, and a plethora of children running to play in the yard over time, will certainly do this. It is not without charm and the music of history.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Annalise S. wrote a review Nov 18
2 contributions1 helpful vote
This was our first honeymoon destination and Thomas was amazing! He went above and beyond. We left early this morning to travel and he woke up and prepared us a lovely breakfast. Both of the meals we had were delicious. The Manor was a breath of fresh air. It was so beautiful. We will be back again! Next time around Christmas when it’s all decorated.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Dionne wrote a review Nov 16
Chula, Georgia1 contribution
What a great experience. Brunswick Manor did not disappoint. The manor was unique & oh so beautiful. Antiques everywhere. The innkeeper Bill was an absolute delight & was so knowledgeable about the history of the manor. The rooms were very clean & comfortable. Bill prepared a fabulous breakfast & gave us an outstanding tour. We will definitely be back.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from Tracy Pillow, Other at Brunswick Manor
Responded 1 week ago
Thank YOU! We’re looking forward to your next visit!
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ElHen wrote a review Nov 11
Statesboro, Georgia13 contributions2 helpful votes
My husband's surgery required us to stay three days and two nights in Brunswick. We made a wonderful choice for a quiet, comfortable place to stay when we opted for the Brunswick Manor, particularly the Sea Island Suite. Thomas greeted us upon arrival and gave us a brief tour and history of the Manor. He then carried our bags (at least the heavy ones) to the room and made sure we were settled. He then became the discreet but present host for the duration of our stay. Breakfasts both mornings were wonderful: cheesy scrambled eggs, smoked sausage, and a blueberry muffin on the first day; baked eggs, sausage, sausage gravy and biscuits on the second. Fruit cups and a vegetable medley in balsamic vinaigrette were nice complements to the meals. We enjoyed happy hour on the front porch with another couple the first evening and enjoyed eating dinner on the porch the second evening. Thomas said the inn was our home for the duration of our stay, and that "at home" was just what we needed. For anyone needing to spend time in Brunswick, we highly recommend the Brunswick Manor.
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Date of stay: November 2020
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Response from Tracy Pillow, Other at Brunswick Manor
Responded 1 week ago
Thanks bunches! So glad you enjoyed your stay! You come HOME again soon!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Brunswick Manor
Which popular attractions are close to Brunswick Manor?
Nearby attractions include Lover's Oak (0.7 miles), Historic Ritz Theatre/Golden Isles Arts and Humanities Association (0.7 miles), and Art Downtown SoGlo Gallery and Brunswick Actors' Theatre (0.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Brunswick Manor?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Brunswick Manor?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Brunswick Manor?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Brunswick Manor?
Conveniently located restaurants include Indigo Coastal Shanty, Fox's Pizza Downtown Brunswick, and Yellow Deli and Bakery.
Is Brunswick Manor located near the city center?
Yes, it is 1.0 miles away from the center of Brunswick.
Are pets allowed at Brunswick Manor?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Brunswick Manor?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Temple Beth Tefilloh (0.5 miles).