he South is full of attractive B & B's that offer fine rooms, good service, and even a gimmick or two to lure you in off the highway. It's all good, and you'll enjoy it. But did you ever need something real?
If you want a spot truly genuine, and if you yearn to revisit small-town life, try "The Dodge Hill Inn" in Eastman, Georgia. For breakfast, you'll eat country ham or local sausage made right in this county. (No microwave breakfast is served here.) You'll go downtown to visit the local merchants. You'll meet the small-town folk who stop by to pass the time of day. You may go to church, or meet the preacher when he stops by to swap a story or two.
The Innkeepers will be sure you find what you need -- a horse-back ride, a game of golf, a long walk in the country. We also offer consolation, advice, and rest for the weary road warrior. Once a young man asked Miss Ann to help him resolve "an affair of the heart." Visitors who are thinking of moving to a small town want Miss Helen to identify local families and interesting personalities. Other guests are looking for advice on cooking, a good song, a love poem, or a spell of uninterrupted quiet. All these good things are available to you when you visit us in Eastman.
• Beautifully furnished rooms, all with luxury bedding and private baths
• TV's, telephones and refrigerators in all rooms
• Executive/Family Suites
• Luxurious guest houses, with cozy parlors and beautiful kitchens
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