ONE BEDROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH AVAILABLE THIS WEEKEND, FOR HURRICANE REFUGEES!
Our charming Southern home is available for your visit to Carrollton, Georgia. You may reserve either a private room, or the entire house. Stay for the night, week, or month -- no minimum stay is required.
Our guesthouse offers close proximity to the University of West Georgia, Southwire, Carrollton High School, and popular local destinations such as Banning Mills. It's also just a few blocks away from the historic downtown square, which now bustles with excellent local restaurants and nightlife.
The four relaxing bedrooms sleep up to eight guests, with three full baths, fully equipped kitchen, housekeeping on call.
We provide gourmet coffee and breakfast basics. In season, you may pick your own heirloom tomatoes from the garden!
Satellite TV and wifi to keep you connected while you relax.
We strive to help you enjoy your stay in Carrollton in peaceful, home-style comfort!
Zugang für Gäste
Fully equipped kitchen, laundry room, TV room, living room, spacious yard.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I will greet guests and will be available 24/7 by phone, email, or text.
No entertaining of outside guests.
Pets must be pre-approved.
Please use recycle bins provided for all recyclable materials.
Please be mindful of utilities -- turn out lights when not in use, etc.
I am a retired law professor, animal lover, and organic gardener. Have come to love hosting and meeting new friends!
I am managing my mother's lovely home in Carrollton since she has moved to an independent living community. She is delighted to have her home preserved, as she spent her life making it the charming place it is. We gather as a family in the home for the holidays, usually including my two wonderful grown-up children.
My house in Bloomington has been my home intermittently since graduate school. I now live in the country, but we love the house too much to ever part with it!
I attended Carrollton High School (where I was valedictorian), Sophia University in Tokyo, Duke University, and Indiana University, where I eventually taught in the Law School for 17 years. My legal career has taken me to the U.S. Supreme Court eight times, which has been very exciting! I continue to practice law on a selective basis, but I am happiest in my gardens!