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 Georgia is the largest of the Southern states and is known for baseball, peaches, and good old fashion Southern hopitality.  Interestingly, Georgia was the 13th British colony named after King George II.  The colony originated out of Savannah which today still holds on to it's historic charm.  Atlanta is home to the Atlanta Braves which hosts its semi-annual Bark at the Park event (see link under GEORGIA LINKS) as well as great shopping.  The Buckhead area, which is North of Midtown, offers high end shopping and exciting night life.   Also, the Atlanta History Center is located in this area.  The center offers interesting collections of art, historical information, and Civil War artifacts.  Visitors may also visit the Swan House and antebellum Tullie Smith Farm and garden.

But there is much more to Georgia than just the big city of Atlanta.  From the charming city of Athens to the historic district of Savannah, Georgia is a wonderful state to visit with your dog.  Additionally, Jekyll Island, Georgia was named by www.PetVR.com and www.americasbestonline.net as one of the top 10 on America's Best Dog Beaches.

Pet Friendly Bed & Breakfast...

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Published by Tina Samuels on Associated Content from Yahoo!!

Many people love to stay in bed and breakfasts when they travel. Some of those same travelers love to travel with their pets. Trying to find a bed and breakfast that is pet friendly can take a lot of phone calls and difficulty. Below are 7 Bed and Breakfasts in Georgia that are pet friendly. This list can be your first stop in finding the right B&B for you and your pet.

Forsyth Park Inn, Savannah Georgia
102 W Hall St, Savannah, 31401 - (912) 233-6800
www.forsythparkinn.com/
12 Rooms, $150-$230 a night
This 19th century B&B is draped with moss laden live oak trees and magnolias, a picture of southern decadence. This bed and breakfast is sure to give you a peaceful easy feeling and many fine memories.

Traveler's Rest, Montezuma Georgia
318 N Dooly St - (478) 472-0085
www.travelersrestbb.com/
3 Rooms, $59-$109 a night
Step back in time, into a charming escape from a hectic, hurry-up world. Here the pace is easy - as active or relaxed as you choose. The accommodations are romantic and timeless, the service friendly and attentive.

Henderson Village, Perry Georgia
125 Langston Cir - (478) 988-8696
24 Rooms, $175-$350 a night
A unique B&B that was once the intersection of stagecoaches. A collection of wonderful antique homes, some dating back to 1838, are preserved and waiting.

Goodbread House Bed and Breakfast, Saint Mary's Georgia
209 Osborne St, St Marys - (912) 882-7490
www.goodbreadhouse.com
5 Rooms, $124-$134 a night
A carefully restored 1875 Victorian bed and breakfast in the historic district. High ceilings, fireplaces, pine floors and verandahs add to its ambiance. Antique-filled bedrooms have a fireplace and bath.

1906 Pathway Inn, Americus Georgia
501 South Lee Street
Americus, Georgia 31709
(229) 928-2078
www.1906pathwayinn.com
6 Rooms, $80-$145 a night
Located in the beautiful award winning historic district of Americus, the 1906 Pathway Inn is the only AAA three-diamond bed and breakfast accommodation in the area.

Maison LaVigne, Hapeville Georgia
3532 South Fulton Avenue - Hapeville, Georgia 30354
404-766-5561
http://www.maisonlavigne.com/
3 Rooms, $95-$135 a night

The home is circa 1906 and offers 3 deluxe accommodations with in-suite bathrooms and fine linens from Portugal, France & Belgium, as well as private dining and meeting space for 16 guests.

Henson Cove Place, Hiawassee Georgia
1137 Car Miles Rd - (706) 896-6195
http://www.henson-cove-place.com/
4 Rooms, $100-$120 a night
Henson Cove Place, a 1940's style farm house is located .4 of a mile off U.S. 76, five minutes east of Hiawassee, Georgia. "Henson Cove Place" is featured in Inn Traveler on page 77 of the Winter 2006 Issue

 

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Feel free to email Dog Days of Travel at [email protected] with any questions, comments, or suggestions on places you have been and stayed while traveling in Georgia. 

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