On a business trip to Dublin, Georgia I was hoping to find somewhere to stay with a little more character than your basic hotel chain. I was thrilled to find the Page House Bed and Breakfast and the price for a nights stay was very reasonable and comparable to the hotel chains.
At first glance this property is certainly impressive - a huge white mansion with columns in the front. The Innkeepers met us at the door and couldn't have been more welcoming. Inside, the mansion was absolutely beautiful. My bedroom was very nicely appointed with a balcony and the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in. The Innkeeper walked us to our rooms that night, asked us what we wanted for breatfast and what time. The next morning, right on time we were served coffee and juice, a fresh biscuit, and the most delicious baked french toast with bacon. (Other breakfast choices are available). I was disappointed that we had to leave so early, one night with the gracious and friendly innkeepers and the pleasant surrounding was not enough! I plan to return soon with my husband and take in the local antiques auction with its rumored "more than reasonable" prices!
I had never stayed in a bed and breakfast before and I loved everything about my stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In 1903, T.L. Griner began construction of an 11-room, 7,000 sq. ft. Classic Greek Revival home that was often described as one of the grandest homes south of Atlanta. It consisted of Tiffany-style stained-glass windows, the only private home in this area of the state with a ballroom, 12-foot ceilings, interior Ionic columns, and picture moldings sealed with silver then brushed with gold, and much more. In 1904, J.D. Smith, a local lawyer and businessman, purchased the residence for $11,000.00. He lived here with his family until selling it to Dr. J.M. Page in 1905. Dr. Page's family consisted of his wife, two daughters and four sons. He was a "horse and buggy" doctor, making his rounds through the countryside visiting the sick. The home remained in family use until 1965 when, over the years, it served as a church, residential property, funeral home, and corporate offices. As Page House approached its 95th birthday, the stately old landmark began a new life when Kelly and Janice Canady acquired the property in June of 1998. Dedicated preservationist and hands-on owners, the Canadys enhanced the beauty of the classic exterior and interior with an authentic restoration. Today, Innkeepers JoAnn Simms and Monolito Cruz welcome weary travelers with luxurious accommodations, exquisite breakfasts, and true Southern Hospitality. Come home to the Gem of the Emerald City, Page House Bed & Breakfast. ... more less
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