The Virginia Highland Bed and Breakfast has a unique history. After a 1995 fire, this 1920 Craftsman Bungalow was fully restored to its original charm by Atlanta architects, Menifee and Weiner and opened as a bed and breakfast in 1996, in time to host international guests to the Summer Olympics. It is owned and operated by Adele, a Chicago native and avid Master Gardener. In 2006 her garden was designated an Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary and her classic labyrinth was included in the World-Wide Labyrinth Project.
A home cooked, full breakfast is served at this Atlanta bed and breakfast inn in the sunny old fashioned kitchen with the original high back sink or served in the beautiful formal dinning room. The menu includes Challah style French toast, double cheese omelet, salmon scramble, Georgia pecan waffles, vegetable quiche, spoon bread casserole, plus lively conversation!
Atlanta Lodging Amenities
The Virginia Highland B&B is tastefully furnished with eclectic turn of the Twentieth Century antiques for the discriminating traveler. It has air conditioning throughout, free Wi-Fi and flat screen cable television with DVD player in each bedroom, a fireplace in the dinning room, common areas for gathering and a screened porch with a Pawley's Island hammock for two and a porch swing.
The family friendly Getaway apartment is self catering and smartly furnished with the retro 1950's blond birch creations of Haywood Wakefield and Russel Wright.