Georgia Mountains Bed and Breakfast | A Romantic Escape
This historic Georgia mountains bed and breakfast was built in 1901 and is listed on the historic registry. The Inn is nestled on Asbury Street, a quiet side street within walking distance to Clarkesville’s historic downtown square.
Originally recognized as The Henry Asbury House, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 18, 1982. The Innkeepers, MaLisa and Kevin McOmber, acquired this gem of the town’s architectural history and did an extensive renovation of the property to include updated amenities while preserving the original historical structure of the home.
The grounds at Southern Seasons Inn create a place of solace, as they include many spaces in the extensive backyard for guests to enjoy and absorb the natural beauty. Gathering on the historic porches, patios, gazebo or escaping to the various yard settings are perfect locations for those looking to relax. Select a reading book from the Inn’s library and find a spot in the backyard Adirondack chairs or hammock. Outdoor yard games await the guests looking to enjoy some time on the property’s backyard green space. There is a game closet filled with a variety of puzzles and board games for the guests who desire some indoor time.
Located just off the Historic Route 441, Southern Seasons Inn is an ideal and convenient place to stay for business, leisure or adventure travelers. Those yearning for the outdoors will appreciate the many natural and recreational areas while business and leisure travelers can enjoy the amenities available on property and in downtown Clarkesville during their stay here.