Restored Victorian mansion on the main street

The Tiffany
The TiffanyThe ElizabethThe DiningroomThe ColleenFront PorchFront of HouseThe Bethany
74 W Tugalo St, Toccoa, GA 30577

Overview

Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 5
Sleeps 14
Per night $79 - $99
Per week $595
Type: B&B
Description of the Toccoa vacation b&b rental
The Simmons-Bond Inn Bed and Breakfast is a restored southern mansion of the greek revival period. Listed on The National Register of Historic Places, it features beautiful stained glass, beveled glass, and curved glass windows, dozens of ornate oak columns, 9 unique fireplaces, and an oak paneled diningroom that seats 35. The original brass chandeliers hang from 11 foot ceilings in the parlor, foyer, and diningroom. The house is Toccoa's only B&B and is on the main street adjacent the courthouse, city hall, and county annex buildings. Toccoa Falls College is just one mile away.

Todd Cusato

Area Info
Location is best described as:
Northeast Georgia
Stephens County
Toccoa Falls College
Downtown
Mountains
Small town
Wine country
Nearest major city: Gainesville, GA (30 miles South)
Directions to property:
From I-85 : Exit at Lavonia. Turn north toward Toccoa. Stay on 17 to downtown Toccoa. The B&B is on the right, directly across from the courthouse.
Nearest major airport: Atlanta, GA (ATL-Hartsfield Intl.) 60 miles
Directions from airport:
Nearest airport, Greenville/Spartanburg South Carolina or Atlanta-Hartsfield. We are near I-85 near the SC border.
Meeting places:
1 Block from Amtrak
Airport
Train
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Apr 25 2011 Dec 31 2014 $79 $99 $595 $1,795 1 night
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 12%
Deposits: credit card number
Payment Options: Visa, Money Order, Mastercard, Discover, Cashier's Check, American Express, Personal Check, PayPal
Other Fees: none
Owner Supplied Testimonials
Guestbook



If You Go
Visitors to Toccoa will need a place to stay. Susan and I stayed at the Simmons-Bond Inn, a bed and breakfast run by Elizabeth Forkey. Elizabeth serves up a wonderful breakfast! We were there two mornings and enjoyed such treats as cinnamon baked apples, coddled eggs, pecan waffles, pumpkin pancakes, and more. The Inn, a charming building built in 1903, is in the National Register of Historic Places. We recommend it highly.

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