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The Veranda Historic Bed & Breakfast Inn in Senoia, GA

The Veranda Historic Bed & Breakfast Inn in Senoia, GA

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Rating: 5.00

Address: 252 Seavy St, Senoia, GA, 30276

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    Comments (13):

    1. Glenn W.
    Enjoyed our  stay at the Veranda in Senoia.  Laura and Rick were very nice and accommodating.   The rooms were nice, with a full bath in the room.  Enjoyed walking the town, which by the way is just around the corner from the Inn, and had lunch at the Senoia Coffee and Cafe and then dinner at Maguires Irish Pub, which is located underground, and you access it like "Cheers".    Both were very good.  Stopped in Zac Browns Southern Ground Social Club for a drink during our day, and that was cool too.  The four-course breakfast (yep that's right four courses)  on Sunday morning was great.   Really great, and a highlight of the visit.

    01/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. J M.
    This place is amazing. It is like going back in time. A beautiful property in a great location, and the owners are two of the nicest people. Save room for breakfast as it is wonderful!

    13/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Debbie M.
    This historic building takes you back to the early 1900's. Decor is to the period. Owners are great and the four course breakfast is the best ever. Would definitely stay here again. Biker friendly (motorcycle or bicycle). Location can't be beat.

    23/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. David D.
    Arrived just a few minutes before sunset in this amazing little town and was shown some amazing service by Rick and Laura.  This Inn is a great launching pad for anyone visiting Senoia, though it is certainly a destination unto itself.  My room, #6, was perfect and comfy.  The history of the Inn literally is everywhere you look.  The sweep around porch is a throwback to another place and time.  Next time I hope to stay longer and enjoy more time on that porch.  If you have never been shown true Southern hospitality, come here and experience it first hand.  The breakfast Rick and Laura prepared for me was delicious at every turn.  I have the pictures, and the memories.

    03/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Karen C.
    Rick and Laura are wonderful and super-accommodating. The breakfast is truly to die for. We were stuffed, and it was absolutely delicious---upscale Southern fare. The Inn is full of historical charm and close enough to walk to the quaint shops in downtown Senoia.

    15/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Mel G.
    The Veranda is a beautiful house with lots of history and little surprises in each of the main rooms.  Laura, Rick, and the rest of the staff really know how to make you feel at home and have great info on the area.  There's great art throughout the main floor and a well stocked library (we found a Kaleidoscope book with connections to the Veranda and other locations around the US I have visited, mind blown at the coincidence).  Breakfast each morning was delicious (you have to try the cobbler!) and let you socialize with the other guests, and you have to try the cookies sitting out as snacks.  There's also a TV in one of the parlors where you can hang with the others (no TVs in the rooms).

    The location is great, just a block from Main St. (aka Woodbury in the Walking Dead).  The grounds of the Veranda include gardens, sitting areas, a pond, and (of course) a large veranda where you can kick it.

    25/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. John M.
    The Veranda Historic Bed and Breakfast Inn could not be a better place to enjoy life in Senoia, Georgia. The owners are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. The Breakfast is wonderful and the inn is amazing. My wife and I will have NO problem staying here again in the future. If you are a fan of The Walking Dead, this is a perfect place to stay. A++.

    19/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Carrie B.
    Laura and Rick really know how to make a home away from home and since everything in Senoia is in walking distance it's perfect. Walk to the Southern Living home (while there), The Walking Dead filming (while there and it will be for quite sometime), plenty of restaurants and shops. There's also a great wine shop in town and market nearby for the wine you'll need while you're sitting rocking on the porch.

    The house is over 100 years old and creakkkkyyyyyyy! The private bathrooms, snacks in the hallway, fresh baked cookies, water in the rooms, it's all perfect! As if that weren't enough, the breakfast is absolutely amazing! I can't recall the last time I had a 3-course breakfast, but come hungry! Rick makes the most amazing roasted potatoes and balsamic tomatoes!

    21/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. L W.
    I cannot say enough positive things about Rick and Laura! I was a last minute stay, my sister co-ordinated the arrangements with Laura prior to me getting there and everything was perfect!!!! It is my official 'happy place'. Laura was so helpful and accommodating! The food was amazing, the rooms and grounds were heavenly! Southern hospitality at its finest! Senoia is gorgeous. I was there only a short time but enjoyed it immensely! I am already planning my next visit!!! Thank you Laura and Rick!

    19/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. Nick R.
    Spent Labor Day weekend at the Veranda, Rick and Laura made it amazing! Highly recommend this B&B!

    04/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    11. Mel L.
    I randomly found this place when my mom and I were making plans to do a Walking Dead trip. Stumbled across nothing but five star reviews and decided it would be a great place to visit around Christmas. Every single time I called with questions, Rick and Laura were unbelievably friendly and helpful. The Inn is just adorable and full of charm, especially with the beautiful Christmas decorations. Our room was cozy and warm and very comfortable. The breakfast was amazing. I loved everything about this B&B, thank you Rick and Laura for a wonderful stay! I will be back!!!

    20/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    12. Bill M.
    Enjoyed or stay very much. Rick and Laura are awesome hosts. The rooms are clean and comfortable. The breakfasts are amazing. We loved the front porch hanging out and meeting new friends. And of course right the in the midst of downtown Walking Dead filming.

    11/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    13. Valerie N.
    Hubby wanted to take me to Senoia for my February birthday, for a brief get-away and some Walking Dead touring.  I made my reservation over the phone (I think I actually left a voicemail at first and got a call back) and reserved the bridal suite, which had a fireplace.  

    We got into Senoia early (its really not as far as I thought from the ATL!) and wandered around town.  The Veranda is one block off the main drag of Senoia so it was great to park, drop our stuff, and head out on foot.  We hit up the TWD store and then literally walked into every shop, spending loads of time in the two antique stores by the "Woodbury coffee shop."  The antique store pointed us down the hill, where we saw corrugated fencing around a town, two vacant houses, and a burnt up church.  He said it was supposed to be Alexandria for season 6 so we moseyed on down.   Little did we know, we were standing in front of Alexandria for the latter half of Season 5!  So neat.

    We then walked back into town, bought some wine at the French wine shop across from the TWD store, and sat on the Veranda's porch drinking wine and watching the sun go down.  I played some jazz music on my phone and it was seriously perfection.  I keep thinking about how lovely it really was.

    For dinner, we went to Zac Brown's - also walking distance from the Veranda.  Although it was crowded, we idled at the bar, had a great dinner, and played darts while listening to the great live music.  We headed back to our hotel on the chilly February night, lit the fire in our bedroom, and settled in for a cozy stay.  

    The next morning, we were regaled with delicious southern breakfast from Rick and Laura.  OMG, amazing.  I loved the mushrooms and tomatoes, the French toast, and best of all, that peach cobbler.  YUM.  We ate so much we decided to do some more impromptu TWD walking around town.  We re-explored Alexandria since fewer people were out, walked the train tracks to the "tunnel" in season 4 where Maggie and Glenn meet up (thank you, CGI), and then circled back around, taking in the great architecture of Senoia.  

    One noteworthy thing about the Veranda:  it appears in Season 3, when Andrea jumps over the wall and runs down the street to escape Woodbury (Sacha and Tyrese begrudgingly let her go).  Laura will tell you ALL ABOUT IT if you ask, which, as a TWD fan, is such a plus!  She also has a TWD game in the upstairs library.  

    But seriously, Laura and Rick are just gems.  They are super fun to talk to and happy to tell you anything you could possibly want to know about Senoia.  Most importantly, they will make you feel warmly welcomed to Senoia.  I can't wait to return in the spring!!!

    13/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0