Fodor's 4th Edition
The South's Best Bed & Breakfasts

303 E. Main St., Hogansville 30230, tel.706/637-8828 or 800/324-7625 fax

outside3.jpg (11756 bytes)Visitors zooming through Georgia along I-85 (Exit 28 for the hotel) may enjoy a stop at this authentic old-fashioned hotel in a small Georgia town that's fit for a movie set. Hogansville, first settled in the 1820s, is a typical railroad crossroads town that took its name from its first settler, William Hogan. Once bustling with churches, industry, and several hotels, the town now has settled into charming obscurity.

One of its old lodgings, built in the 1890s is The Grand Hotel, a veranda-en-circled Victorian building with a spacious, wood-paneled and brass-trimmed lobby. Its 10 rooms are distinctively and individually styled with a mix of antiques and colors ranging from pale yellow to intense pink. There are original prints and oils and fireplaces with gas logs; five rooms have whirlpool tubs.

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