Bed & Breakfast - Banquets & Catering Walker Williams, Innkeeper
We are located in the small rural town of Buena Vista in the southwest corner of Georgia, about 30 miles east of Columbus.
The Main House is a beautiful turn of the century home with Neoclassical Revival-style architecture. This lovely 1905 home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Our wrap-around porch with rocking chairs and ceiling fans evokes the charm and renowned hospitality of the old South. Inside, polished hardwood floors, sparkling crystal chandeliers, vaulted ceilings with elegant crown molding, a wide carpeted staircase illuminated through exquisite stained glass windows, antique furnishings, and festive seasonal decorations complement the warmth and grandeur of the home.
The Cottage, a cozy two-story home adjacent to the Main House, is on the site of the estate's original carriage house.
The two buildings have a total of seven guest bedrooms (3 in the main house and 4 in the cottage), all with private baths, accommodating up to 17 individuals. There are only two ground floor bedrooms which are both in the cottage.
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Area Attractions: Buena Vista is the home of the world-famous folk art venue, Pasaquan, the former home of the legendary "St. EOM." Within easy day trip distance are: Andersonville Civil War Village and Prison and the National POW Museum; Plains, GA, home of President Jimmy Carter; Providence Canyon State Park, near Lumpkin, GA; The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, Ft. Benning, GA; Civil War Naval Museum, Columbus Museum, and Coca Cola Space Science Center in Columbus, GA; President Franklin D Roosevelt's Little White House and Museum in Warm Springs, GA; Callaway Gardens and Pine Mountain Village in Pine Mountain, GA; and finally, Columbus Whitewater Rafting and Zip Line on the Chattahoochee River. For more information on these venues, see our "Attractions" page.