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The Burke Mansion: Macon's First Bed & Breakfast

One of the finest examples of Queen Anne Victorian Architecture in the country is now a unique Boutique Bed & Breakfast.

The Burke Mansion located at 1085 Georgia Ave was built in 1887 by T.C. Burke known as the “Merchant Prince” and is listed on The National Historic Register. Located in the heart of the Historic Intown District, minutes from Navicent Medical Center, Mercer University and a short walk to Downtown. Available for One of a Kind Stays and Special Events.

Burke Mansion sits in the heart of the historic district, the Intown neighborhood compliments the Boutique Bed & Breakfast. Lavish public rooms and distinctive suites. Guest are invited to savor a hearty breakfast in their elegant dining room,  sip wine from the Mansions cellar with tasty hors d’ oeuvres served during the evening reception held in the Mansions Double Parlor and after a long day of exploring this Historic City enjoy sweet nibbles from their very own Burke Mansion Bakery.

The mansion suites are individually designed and vary from containing 11 foot windows and antique four poster beds to clawfoot tubs. Each room is sure to captivate and entrance you and will be an experience all within itself. The Burke Mansion also has a separate Carriage House with three bedrooms and two bath, dining room , Viking Kitchen and Vaulted ceilings in the living room. All this will give you extra privacy if needed. The establishment prides themselves in the luxurious presence while maintaining personal touches and ensuring each guest enjoys every moment of their stay.

Daily Features & Services Included with Every Room:

 Complimentary Wi-Fi
 Car charging station available
 Charging Station for Electronics 
 Bottled Water
 Made-to-Order Breakfast 
 Wine & Hors d’oeuvres Reception
 Evening biscotti and coffee
 Turndown Service
 Use of Two Robes 
 Flat Screen TVs
 L’Occitane toiletries and amenities 
 DIRECT TV

Find The Burke Mansion on Facebook or learn more at www.burkemansionmacon.com 

posted 05/01/2017 in Business, Community
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