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Georgia Bed and Breakfasts
Southern charm and hospitality follow you across the State of Georgia and it is especially evident in the innkeepers when you stay at a bed breakfast GA. And of course Savannah hospitality and her historic GA bed and breakfast selection is parallel to none. Saunter down cobblestone streets, enjoy tasty fresh seafood and explore the many historic sites, including the First African Baptist Church.
The Georgia Coast,which stretches from Savannah to Saint Marys, allows you to walk secluded beaches and tranquil marshes and relax at any one of the lovely Georgia bed and breakfast along your path. Bird watchers find the trail at Colonial Coast Birding provides ample opportunities for sightings of over 300 species. A barrier island, Cumberland Island, is a designated National Seashore, and can only be reached by ferry from Saint Marys. It is a nature paradise with wild horses, salt marshes and of course the Greyfield Inn, a classic Georgia bed and breakfast.
Head north from the coast to the Classic South area of Georgia where the rolling Piedmont hills and historic Augusta Canal provide a landscape of natural beauty. Situated on the Savannah River, Augusta of course is the site of the Masters ® Golf Tournament. But non-golfers don't dismay, there is a two-tiered promenade, called the Riverwalk, to explore as well as the National Science Center's Fort Discovery and the Morris Museum of Art. Include a stay at one of the delightfully charming bed & breakfast in GA.
Atlanta, the capital of Georgia, is a hot bed for entertainment, dining and culture. Stroll the Buckhead neighborhood to shop until you drop. Stop by the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum for some quiet time or enjoy the wide open spaces of Piedmont Park before returning to your bed breakfast GA.
And before leaving this state don't forget to enjoy the northeast Georgia mountain region, the gateway to the Appalachian Mountains and home of the Chattahoochee River, which you can tube down. Or hike the trails through the protected Chattahoochee National Forest in search of the twin waterfalls. Wherever you roam in Georgia, there are comfortable Georgia bed and breakfasts to complete your visit.
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