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Buckhead & North Atlanta

          Buckhead ( www.buckhead.net ) was once an outlying trading post that joined the city in 1952.  It quickly became Atlanta's premier shopping and dining area as well as its most fashionable living quarters.  The Atlanta History Center, Swan House, and Alice Tully House, as well as numerous galleries and antique shops are all located here.  Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza shopping centers are in this part of town.


698 BUCKHEAD, DOWNTOWN AND MIDTOWN The Arborgate Guesthouse. Newly constructed cottage with 1920's detail. Hardwood floors with large area rugs, 9' ceilings and ceiling fans in each room. The fully equipped kitchen features custom designed oak cabinets and granite countertops and all new appliances. The bath features a 2 person cast iron tub, heated limestone floors with lots of floor space and a large lavatory pedestal. Queen bed in large bedroom. Two phones, satellite TV and VCR, washer and dryer. Grocery and cleaning services included. NO SMOKING.

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Emory, Druid Hills, Decatur, East Lake

          The Emory neighborhood is a beautiful part of Atlanta located on the northeast part of town and is the home of the Emory University Complex, which includes the university, Emory Hospital, the Emory Clinics, and the Carlos Museum. The national Centers for Disease Control are also located nearby.

          The Druid Hills neighborhood is another historic Atlanta area that is located adjacent to Emory. It is a community of grand homes and expansive lawns. Home styles include Mediterranean, Dutch revival, Colonial, and contemporary. The Fernbank Natural History Museum is located here as well as a number of beautiful, natural looking parks designed by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead, the designer of Central Park in New York.

          The East Lake community is a very historic part of the city with attractions that include the East Lake Country Club. Many old homes have been restored and the community has its own train station that is part of the MARTA system.


1054 -- DRUID HILLS/EMORY. Large & lovely two-story Tudor style home built in 1910 and meticulously restored. This home features a large three-room suite with bedroom with queen bed, full bath and very bright sunroom. TV, phone and fax line. Two story carriage house in courtyard is also available with private bath & kitchen. Walk to Emory University.  photos

1300 -- OMAMA'S HOMESTAY B&B NEAR EMORY UNIVERSITY, CDC. Renovated 1960's brick, ranch-style offers three traditionally furnished guestrooms (one with two twin beds, one with a extra firm double bed and one single bedded studio) with private baths. Kosher breakfast available; walk to Orthodox Synagogue.

1400--DRUID HILLS, EMORY UNIVERSITY, CDC. Large & charming 1927 brick cottage. Spacious  2-room Guest Suite with private, full bath, cable tv, king bed. Walk 1/4 mile to Emory University. photos

3244-- DECATUR/AVONDALE. This is the circa 1900 country “gentleman’s” farmhouse & former dairy farm built by Judge John S. Candler. The home has been sensitively renovated and offers a private, two-bedroom suite. There is a large living room with working fireplace, keeping room also with fireplace, full kitchen with door to sundeck and hot tub, two large bedrooms with queen and full beds, and full bath. Walk 3/10 mile to Kensington Marta Station.  photos

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Grant Park

                                                                                                                                                Grant Park is one of Atlanta's most historic neighborhoods. Developed in 1883 by Col. Lemuel P. Grant, the area is a wonderful mix of historic post Civil War Queen Anne Victorian houses & 1920's Craftsman bungelowes. It is also the home of the nationally acclaimed Zoo Atlanta and the Cyclorama, the colossal Civil War painting in the round, featuring the burning of Atlanta.  Grant Park is very close to Downtown Atlanta and it has it's own Marta station.


924 -- GLENWOOD PARK, GRANT PARK, ZOO ATLANTA  Glenwood Park is an EarthCraft Community that is noted as one of the top places to live by Atlanta Magazine. Walk to shops, galleries, parks, from this beautiful large, one bedroom condo on the second floor. Queen bed with pull out sofa bed in living room; full bath with double sinks; large kitchen with breafast bar; living room; dining room; and balcony with cafe table. Laundry closet; cable tv. Furnished roof-top deck that overlooks the Atlanta skyline.  photos

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Inman Park & Candler Park

          The Inman Park community is Atlanta's first trolly line suburb, and was established in the mid to late 19th century. It is an area of fine true Victorian and Craftsman style homes that have all been restored and painted bright colors.  There are numerous parks throughout the neighborhood and a train station near the center of the community.  The historic retail area called Little Five Points is adjacent to Inman Park and is one of the more colorful of Atlanta's shopping districts.

          The Candler Park neighborhood is another dynamic part of Atlanta on the northeast part of town which was named after its historic park. This park provides many pleasures for area residents including golf, swimming, bike trails and tennis. The Park was named after the founder of the Coca Cola Company, Asa Griggs Candler.


130 A -- INMAN PARK, CARTER CENTER, KING CENTER.  Gorgeous three bedroom loft with 30' ceilings and courtyard garden. Ultra contemporary home located in Atlanta's first "trolley-line" suburb, but now directly adjacent to Downtown. All rooms have queen beds; cable tv; WIFI, DVR. Innkeeper serves breakfast each morning. Walk to Marta station.  photos

804 -- INMAN PARK, DOWNTOWN, GWCC, LITTLE 5 POINTS, VIRGINIA HIGHLAND. 1892 Queen Anne Victorian in Atlanta's first planned suburb, two miles east of downtown, great for meetings downtown, walking distance to MARTA rail, easy highway access. Three Guest accommodations are available in main house. Located just behind the main house is the Cottage Suite, a Guest cottage with living room, fireplace, kitchen, loft bedroom, full bath with whirlpool tub, and brick patio.  photos

889 -- INMAN PARK, DOWNTOWN, LITTLE FIVE POINTS. Spectacular 1890 Queen Anne Victorian with towers and porches is located in Atlanta's first planned suburb, Inman Park, just two miles east of downtown, less than three blocks from MARTA rail station: four rooms and two suites are available.  photos

1998-- CANDLER PARK, LAKE CLAIRE, DECATUR, EMORY. Romantic & historic all suite B&B consists of two all brick, tudor-style homes. Five lovely and very unique suites, some with double Jacuzzi tubs, king size sleigh beds, & sitting rooms.  photos

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Midtown & Ansley Park

          The Midtown part of Atlanta is truly one of the most dynamic neighborhoods in the city at this time. Its combination of historic houses and retail establishments, and highrise hotels, offices, apartments and condos, as well as its theatres and night-life, make it one of the very few true urban neighborhoods in the city.  The Margaret MItchell House is open to the public and is located in the center of the community.  The High Museum of Art as well as the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the Alliance Theatre and Atlanta Opera all are located here.

           Ansley Park is located between Midtown and Buckhead and is an absolutely beautiful community laid out around 1900. Its fine homes and lovely parks make it one of Atlanta's most desirable neighborhoods.  Ansley Park is adjacent to Atlanta's theatre district on Peachtree Street.  It also joins historic Piedmont Park, which houses the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, tennis courts, bike trails, and a large lake.


2504---Midtown, Piedmont Park, Ansley Park.

Very upscale & highly decorative one bedroom condo on 25th floor with close-up views of Piedmont Park & long-range views of Stone Mountain. In the heart of Midtown, near the Arts Center Marta Station. Multiple amenities, including balcony.  photos

2506---Midtown, Woodruff Arts Center, High Museum.

Fine French antiques & a gorgeous white marble bath are just two of the distinguishing characteristics of this elegant one bedroom condo high above the thriving streets of Midtown Atlanta. Downtown skyline views, near Marta, multiple amenities, balcony.  photos

1012---Midtown, Ansley & Piedmont Parks.

Large, elegant studio apartment. Many amenities including very comfortable queen murphy bed, large sofa, balcony, cable TV, DVD, VCR, CD player. Beautiful shower bath. Walk to restaurants, shops, and Marta.  photos

175 -- ANSLEY PARK, MIDTOWN, ARTS CENTER, PIEDMONT PARK. Spacious apartment in two story traditional style home built in 1911. Within walking distance of Arts Center MARTA rail station. Simply and elegantly decorated. Living room with sofa, chairs, tables, cable TV and VCR. Lots of windows. Complete kitchen with all amenities including gas stove and microwave, dishwasher, disposal, refrigerator, toaster and coffee maker. Porch off kitchen overlooks garden. Plenty of parking on street. Host can pick guests up from Arts Center Transit Station.

253 -- ANSLEY PARK, MIDTOWN, PIEDMONT PARK, ARTS CENTER. 1903 English Tudor mansion the beautiful neighborhood of Ansley Park. Walk to Piedmont Park, High Museum, Arts Center Marta station, and midtown business district. 22 rooms available, most with queen beds and Jacuzzi tubs, cable TV, telephone.  photos

923 -- MIDTOWN, PIEDMONT PARK, DOWNTOWN. Walk to Georgia Tech, Piedmont Park and Midtown business district; easy walking distance to MARTA. Spectacular 1896 mansion, many original fixtures, tiled working fireplaces. Three guest bedrooms are offered with queen or double bed and full, private bath. All rooms have hardwood floors and 12' ceilings. Full breakfast.  photos

1190-- MIDTOWN, MORNINGSIDE, VIRGINIA-HIGHLAND, ANSLEY PARK.

1930’s style bungalow located in Midtown, two blocks from Piedmont Park and Atlanta Botanical Gardens. This home offers a large and spacious intown apartment with private entry, private parking, living room, kitchen, full bath, bedroom with queen bed. Self-catered breakfast.  photos

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Suburban Areas

992 -- STONE MOUNTAIN VILLAGE: Built in 1850 and restored in 1995, this lovely B&B is one of the area's oldest structures. Six rooms are available, most with queen bed and Jacuzzi. Full breakfast. Walk to shops and restaurants in Stone Mountain Village. Stone Mountain Park entrance 1/2 mile away.  photos

1037 -- STONE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK. Eight bedroom inn is a reproduction of a Southern Plantation located one mile outside of Stone Mountain park, in the village of Stone Mountain. All of the rooms have cable TV. Three guest rooms offer king size, Cherry high poster beds, Jacuzzi tubs and marble showers. Others have king or queen bed and private bath. Also available is a spacious two bedroom two bath guest cottage, with living room and kitchen. Full breakfast.

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Virginia-Highland & Morningside
  The Carter Presidential Center lies between Inman Park and the Virginia-Highland neighborhoods.  Virginia-Highland is a wonderful part of town that started developing in the  late 1890's. Its mixture of historic old renovated houses in many different styles and unique storefronts make it one of Atlanta's most desirable areas.

The Carter Presidential Center lies between Inman Park and the Virginia-Highland neighborhoods.  Virginia-Highland is a wonderful part of town that started developing in the  late 1890's. Its mixture of historic old renovated houses in many different styles and unique storefronts make it one of Atlanta's most desirable areas.

          The Morningside neighborhood is located just north of Virginia-Highland and is a lovely and close-knit part of town dating from the 1920's.  Its mixture of two story "mini-mansions" and bungelows and hardwood tree-lined streets make it a perfect place to get out and walk and soak up a bit of Atlanta's past and present.  There are several interesting retail areas that border this neighborhood and are within walking distance of the homes.


630 -- VIRGINIA HIGHLAND, DOWNTOWN, EMORY, GEORGIA TECH. Restored 1920's craftsman bungalow furnished throughout with antiques and collectables. Perennial garden. Porches. Rooms with Queen bed and private bath or twin beds and European-style hall bath. Rooms have cable TV and VCR, telephone, sitting area. Full breakfast. B&B just minutes to unique shopping and dining, botanic garden, Gift Mart, Fox Theatre, Lenox Square.  photos

737-- VIRGINIA-HIGHLAND, MIDTOWN, MORNINGSIDE. Just blocks from the shops & restaurants of Virginia-Highlands, this historic, lovely “old world” brick home offers a 525 square foot suite with private entrance, separate bedroom with TV, private bath, living room with queen-size sleeper sofa, enclosed sun porch, and full kitchen.  photos

929-- VIRGINIA-HIGHLAND, MIDTOWN, MORNINGSIDE. Victorian cottage offers three large, deluxe suites, and one room with private bath. Porches, fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs available in some suites. Walk to restaurants & shops, or to Piedmont Park. Truly upscale accommodations at their best!  photos

965-- VIRGINIA-HIGHLAND, MORNINGSIDE, EMORY. Charming Craftsman-style cottage, located in the very heart of Virginia-Highland, one of the most desirable pedestrian neighborhoods in Atlanta. Delightful front porch with swing, large rooms with large & numerous windows, two guest rooms with king & queen beds, courtyard garden.  photos

1001 -- VIRGINIA-HIGHLAND, MIDTOWN, DOWNTOWN. Spectacular 1913 Craftsman restoration features three rooms and four suites, from $115-$215, within walking distance of restaurants, shops, and nightlife of the Virginia-Highland neighborhood. Bus to downtown.  Rated "Atlanta's Best Bed and Breakfast" by Creative Loafing Magazine in 2001.  photos

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BED & BREAKFAST ATLANTA
790 North Avenue, #202
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Telephone: (404) 875-0525 or (800) 967-3224
Fax: (404) 876-6544
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