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The Claremont House: Rome Georgia’s Premier B&B

Local vacations are becoming increasingly popular as people choose to explore the wonders and beauties of their home state rather than traveling further afield. If you’re thinking of staying in Georgia for your summer vacation this year and looking for somewhere a little different than the typical tourist towns like Savannah or Atlanta, you may want to consider spending a relaxing week in Rome, Georgia! Thriving with wineries, historic sites, hiking trails, golf courses, fine dining, and museums, Rome Georgia offers plenty to explore! Of course, while you’re enjoying all Rome has to offer, you’ll also need a place to stay. Not to worry! Horse Hound and Hunt has the perfect suggestion!

Built over a century ago, the Claremont House Bed and Breakfast is a gorgeous Queen Anne Victorian on Second Avenue. Upon walking through the door, guests are greeted with unsurpassed Southern hospitality. Beautiful Victorian ambiance and smiling, friendly staff greet you as soon as you arrive and tend to your every need. Climb the sweeping, dark wood staircase up to one of their cozy and charming guest rooms and enjoy a relaxing stay surrounded by the best the South has to offer. Don’t forget to also wake up in time to enjoy the Claremont House’s excellent breakfast! If you’re planning a romantic getaway, consider booking the Claremont House’s beautiful cottage. Built in 1879 by Colonel Hamilton and Mrs. Florence Yancey, the cottage offers a perfect blend of old-world elegance, modern convenience, and privacy. It even boasts a full kitchen.

Situated in Rome’s historic district, the Claremont House is near to many wonderful attractions, and with such wonderful ambiance and Southern charm, your accommodations may well become one of the most memorable parts of your vacation. So if you’re planning to explore all Rome Georgia has to offer this summer, don’t settle for any regular hotel room. Take our advice and visit the Claremont House instead.

 

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