Milledgeville has played host to many great figures in history like American Revolution hero Marquis de Lafayette and Civil War giant General William Tecumseh Sherman, who spared Milledgeville despite vowing to "make Georgia howl" during his March to the Sea following the burning of Atlanta.
Awaken to the fragrant smells of our fabulous gourmet breakfasts, featuring Farm Fresh Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Jams & Jellies, as well as delicious fresh fruits from around the world. Our famous Raspberry French Toast and Homemade Quiches are a blissful experience guaranteed to satisfy your taste buds.
The Inn was built in 1890 by noted architect E.J. Alling for Judge Rufus Roberts and his family. Visit nearby Andalusia, the home of author Flannery O'Connor, Georgia's Old Capital Museum and The Old Governor's Mansion, as well as the many shops and eateries of Milledgeville's Downtown Historic District.