The Dead Connection crew had the chance to take a break in Senoia recently. We arrived early on a Saturday morning just in time to have some coffee and breakfast at the coffee shop. Then we were off to walk around the town, had some lunch, did some shopping, drank more coffee and had a snack (yes, we feel like Saturday was one big pig tour…) and checked in to The Veranda Historic Bed and Breakfast that afternoon. We had never done an overnight trip and we were really excited about staying at The Veranda.
This b&b is a huge, old home built in 1906 and is complete with beautiful antique furniture and rugs mixed with local art and jewelry by area artists. If it had been warmer weather we would have hung around on their massive wrap-around porch (complete with tons of outdoor furniture and swings!) This was not like staying at a hotel. We felt like we were staying with family! The innkeepers are so welcoming!
Jessie stayed in room #4, Allie stayed in room #2 and Carrie was in room #8. All rooms have their own bathroom and very comfortable furnishings (the beds are super soft!) Another bonus to the rooms are individual thermostats…for those of us that are very hot natured (Carrie & Allie) this is a great convenience. We had a common area that was full of books and games (yeah, we totally rocked on The Walking Dead trivia game!)
Not only were the accommodations top notch, the food was amazing. They said we would have breakfast promptly at 9am, of course being the hungry girls that we are, we were 30 minutes early so we had coffee with some of the other guests. We thought we would get fruit and maybe toast so when we saw the buffet we were totally blown away! They had fried chicken! For breakfast!! Have we died and gone to southern breakfast heaven?? Yes, I think so.
We recommend staying at The Veranda, we will be back to stay for sure.
Thank you to innkeepers Rick & Laura Reynolds for making our stay so wonderful!