We are The Jewell of Vienna Bed & Breakfast and are located about a mile off of I-75 at mile marker 109 in Vienna, Georgia. Depending on where you call home we would make a great layover for anyone traveling to or from Florida. We're about 10 minutes from lots of restaurants. You’ll love our place because of the ambiance and spacious bedrooms. A hot home cooked breakfast and sales tax is included in the room price. Ample off road parking is available.
Located on the second floor this spacious room is completely climate controlled. A Beautiful 1850's Empire Bedroom Set is the focal point of this room. Dozens of other 100 year old antiques complete this room of 'Days Gone By'. A full size sleeper sofa allows for up to 2 additional guests if needed. You'll find an LED TV with Cable and Wi-Fi access too. A large private bathroom with a Claw Foot Tub & shower round out this great room.
Accès des voyageurs
Besides your spacious room your free to explore most of the rest of the house and the other bedrooms that aren't occupied. There's a parlor, a family room, a large foyer. a 45' long main hall, and a few other places you might want to check out. We want you to feel at home during your stay with us.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We enjoy interacting with our guests but know that not everyone comes from the same mold. If you need your rest and just want to retire to your room we will respect that. But if you'd like to visit for a while we'd love getting to know you. We can possibly recommend local activities should you be interested in doing some exploring.
We are a totally Non Smoking facility. No Smoking allowed on the grounds, sorry...
Children and Pets are not necessarily excluded but because most of the décor is Antique we are not really set up to accommodate either. If you do have a child or pet traveling with you we will do our best to make it work. Just call before booking and maybe we can work it out!
We are travelers who always stay in Bed & Breakfast because we enjoy the interaction with the other guests and the hosts. We want to continue that practice as hosts and hope our guests feel the same way we do. We look forward to meeting new people and possibly even developing new friendships.