This beautifully renovated 10,000-square-foot antebellum home was built in 1836. It is on the National Register of Historic Places and is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful examples of antebellum architecture in the South. In his book "Antebellum Homes of Georgia," David King Gleason writes that Margaret Mitchell recommended Twelve Oaks as a model for Ashley's home in the "Gone With The Wind" movie.
Eight guest bedrooms include luxurious amenities such as flat panel TVs, WiFi, remote control fireplaces, plush robes and fine linens. Each room is unique, perfect for honeymoons and anniversaries. One of the rooms features a rare and antique "Needle Shower" also known as a "Rib Cage Shower" from the late 1800s. The "ribs" fill up with water, creating a full body spray with a rain head on top. Guests receive a full breakfast in the mornings with wine and hors d'oeuvres in the evenings.
Available for executive retreats and events, and honeymoon and anniversary packages are available.
Civil War Site