My husband and I attempted to make a reservation for Memorial Day weekend. I was told we needed to stay two nights on the weekend. I agreed and made plans to stay Saturday and Sunday night. Tonight Amelia called to tell me I had to stay Friday and Saturday night rather than Saturday and Sunday night to have the weekend special. So we will not be staying. And I would not recommend it.
Stayed the weekend. Amelia and her husband were great. Everything we needed and treated like family. The history is fonomal. Loved having coffee on the front porch of the morning and sitting out after sunset. Just gorgeous. Recommend if you want peace and tranquility....I'll go back!!!! Such a treasure
I cannot say enough about this wonderful place and the couple who live there and operate it. The house itself is beautiful and so full of history. The price includes tickets to tour the Jarrell Plantation (which the front porch of the house overlooks) and a coupon for a free order of fried green tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café. The tour was wonderful, the food at the restaurant delicious, our room beautifully appointed and the beds comfortable -- but the best part is the wide porch furnished with comfortable rockers and swings. At night there is absolutely no sound except for the occasional cricket or whippoorwill. Saturday's breakfast is a simple continental one of assorted pastries, fresh fruit, coffee and juice. But the Sunday breakfast was elegant and the food was outstanding. Perfect for a romantic couple's weekend or a "girls' getaway" !…
I stayed at the Jarrell 1920 House during hurricane Irma. I was greeted with warmth and kindness in a very beautiful setting. I cannot express my gratitude to Amelia and Phil at a unsettling time, being from south Florida. The Jarrell 1920 House is a true Georgia treasure.
A superb place, relaxing, historic, unique. The bed and linens felt soft and comforting. Amelia and Phil are delightful hosts and ensure your enjoyment. Breakfast simply delicious. The wrap around porch perfect for a second cup of coffee. Sit in the front room for a long ago experience...music from the old gramophone! Close to Macon and amenities. Go there. JoAnn