Jekyll Island Club Hotel
Originally built in 1886 as a hunting retreat for America's wealthy elite. Restored to its original splendor with 157 rooms, it is now a National Historic Landmark.
From the Atlantic Ocean to the Blue Ridge Mountains, Georgia is steeped in history, culture, sports and outdoor activities - truly something for everyone.
Collections include 19th and 20th century American and decorative art, significant European pieces, modern and contemporary art, photography, African art and folk art. Located in Atlanta.
Located in the Northeast Georgia Mountains. Attractions include Nora Mill, a historic grist mill powdered by the Chattahoochee River and some of the best trout fishing in Georgia.
Known as Atlanta's sweet spot: Charming. Delightful. And alive with personality. You'll discover a place where hospitality comes naturally, travel comes easy, and the pleasure is all yours.
The Mulberry Inn
Dating back to the 1860's, the Inn epitomizes Savannah's elegance and southern charm through period furnishings, intriguing art, and ornate details.
The Georgian Terrace Hotel
Atlanta's historic grand hotel featuring 326 rooms and the classic Livingston Restaurant. In 1939, The hotel hosted the premiere gala of Gone with The Wind.
The perfect blend of hometown charm and big-city sophistication-just minutes from the North Georgia Mountains while still easily accessible to Atlanta and its many attractions.
Once Georgia’s last frontier outpost, now it’s third largest city, Columbus is a true destination of choice. History, Theatre, Arts & Sports – Columbus has it all.
A casual stroll through Savannah’s Historic District reveals the influences of Europe in the many mansions, storefronts and museums that line our historic streets and squares.
President's Quarters Inn
From its aristocratic location on Oglethorpe Square, this Savannah B & B inn is an example of timeless good taste and simpler, nobler lifestyles.
Stone Mountain Park
Serious fun & home to the world's largest piece of exposed granite. 3,200 acres of excitement for every member of the family. Just east of Atlanta.
Are you ready to discover big city sophistication with new Southern charm? Go out and explore your favorite Atlanta neighborhood today.
Located in Milledgeville, Andalusia was the home of author Flannery O'Connor from 1951 until her death in 1964. This is where O'Connor was living when she completed her two novels and two collections of short stories.
Atlanta's DeKalb County
Located just east of Atlanta, DeKalb County, is home to Georgia's #1 attraction Stone Mountain Park and Fernbank Museum of Natural History.
Mandarin Oriental - Atlanta
The intimate hotel features a 15,000-square foot spa, indoor lap pool, fitness center, The Café & Bar for exquisite dining & Taipan - serving specialty cocktails.
A network of gorges in southwest Georgia. Often called "Georgia's Little Grand Canyon," Providence Canyon consists of several chasms, plateaus, cliffs, and pinnacles.
Drive 20 minutes east of Savannah, through a few miles of wide sky and salt marshes. This is where you'll find Tybee Island — perhaps the most laid-back location on the southeastern coast.
While Augusta is known worldwide for the Masters®, you'll find that Georgia's second-oldest and second-largest city - also known as the "Garden City" of the South - is full of history and Southern charm.
A small town, but it is big on things to do with a unique blend of southern heritage and contemporary entertainment. Visit America's first state-chartered college and 16 historic districts.
Authentic Experience of Arts and Theater, Outdoor Recreation and Adventure, Gold Rush History and Heritage, and acres of unique Wineries and Vineyards - all with Appalachian views !
A unique community on the outskirts of Savannah. Play on the Great Ogeechee River, visit Fort McAllister Civil War Museum and to learn about Henry Ford's winter home.
A classically styled mansion in Atlanta. Built in 1928 for the Edward Inman family - heirs to a cotton brokerage fortune. Provides a glimpse into the lifestyle of the 1920s and 1930s.
Peachtree City’s current villages are Aberdeen, Braelinn, Glenloch, Kedron, and Wilksmoor. Each with its own shopping areas, recreational facilities and schools.