We experienced real southern hospitality at this beautiful mansion. We stayed in the "Little Colonel" Suite on the third floor. The room was sunny and roomy. It was furnished with lovely museum quality antiques and yet featured all the comforts of the modern age, including a coffee maker in the kitchenette and a small TV with cable. Since we happened to be the only guests, we had the run of the house, and enjoyed peeking into all the rooms. Everything is kept beautifully clean. Even the fringe on the carpets was carefully raked! Breakfast in the formal dining room is not to be missed. The host is an excellent cook and the ingredients are perfectly fresh, including tomatoes that came from the garden. However, the room upstages the meal with shining silver, a high decorative ceiling, beautiful wallpaper and window treatments and gilt framed art and mirrors. Stay here to experience how the wealthy lived a hundred years ago.