6 Best Bed and Breakfast Getaways in the South

6 Best Bed and Breakfast Getaways in the South

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If you’re planning a romantic getaway, there’s no better place to look than a Southern bed and breakfast where you’ll find Southern hospitality and luxurious accommodations. Of course, not all bed and breakfasts are equal, so if you’re looking for a top-notch bed and breakfast, look no further.

6  Best Bed and Breakfasts in the South:

1. The Black Walnut Bed and Breakfast Inn // Asheville, North Carolina

The Black Walnut Bed & Breakfast is located near downtown Asheville and the Biltmore Estate. It offers eight luxurious and charming guest rooms and, of course, a delicious gourmet breakfast. Richard Sharp-Smith, who also served as supervising architect of the Biltmore Estate, built the home in 1899. The Inn is on the National Register of Historic Buildings and has been meticulously renovated and restored to reflect the era of its time.

 

2. The Gastonian // Savannah, Georgia

Guests at The Gastonian feel like kings and queens when they stay at this historic bed and breakfast on Savannah’s Gaston Street. Housed in two adjacent mansions built in 1868, the luxurious rooms feature distinct amenities such as antique claw-foot tubs, verandahs, authentic antiques, and chandeliers. The Gastonian goes above and beyond when it comes to southern hospitality and amenities, offering not only breakfast but wine and hors d’oeuvres in the afternoon and dessert and cordials in the evening. This four-diamond, award-winning Bed and Breakfast is elegant and charming and close to many of Savannah’s historic sites.

 

3. Lookout Point Lakeside Inn // Hot Springs, Arkansas

Not only does Lookout Point Lakeside Inn offer the comforts of a modern bed and breakfast, it also serves as a quiet retreat with its breathtaking view of beautiful Lake Hamilton and the surrounding Ouachita Mountains. Guests can choose whether they want their gourmet breakfast served at their own private table in the dining room or outdoors by the waterfall. It’s the perfect bed and breakfast for guests looking for a combination of relaxation and recreation.

 

4. The Inn at Willow Grove // Orange, Virginia

In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, you’ll find The Inn at Willow Grove, an 18th century plantation home on a private 40-acre estate. Its 14 rooms and suites subtly combine modern and antique styles while offering southern amenities such as complimentary concierge butler services, including coffee and pastries, served in-room each morning. Plus, the four-star-rated Vintage Restaurant and Pub offers a wide array of American cuisine, wines from the nearby Monticello Wine Trail, and local craft brews from renowned microbreweries throughout Virginia. It’s the perfect place to find luxury, comfort, and gourmet food all in once place.

 

5. Sage Hill Inn Above Onion Creek // Kyle, Texas

There’s a rustic luxuriousness that you would only expect to find in the Hill Country of Texas at the Sage Hill Inn Above Onion Creek in Kyle, Texas. Guests can stay at one of 15 individual rooms or one of the four private cottages and will also enjoy a full, hearty Texas breakfast and a three-course dinner all made with local farm-to-table ingredients. The Inn sits atop 88 acres overlooking Onion Creek and offers miles of hiking and biking trails as well as a large pool, outdoor fire pit, and 14-person spa. It’s the perfect setting for a romantic Texas Hill Country Getaway.

 

6. Zero George // Charleston, South Carolina

The Zero George is located in the heart of downtown Charleston. Its 18 studios and suites look chic and sophisticated with their original pine floors and high ceilings. The décor in the guest rooms is reminiscent of Charleston’s history as a colonial port with European connections and features both “British Trade” and “French Romantic” motifs with hints of classic “American Yachting” design. The Zero Café + Bar, located in the 1804 carriage house, offers a European continental breakfast for guests in the morning, and is also open to the public Tuesday – Sunday evenings for fresh, local seasonal dishes and wines.

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