The Orange Terrace Inn of Macon strives to give you a home away from home experience as you explore Middle Georgia. Whether you are visiting for the Cherry Blossom Festival, Bragg Jam, Macon Film Festival, the Tubman African American Museum (or one of the many museums in the area), and thousands of historic Antebellum and Civil War site within walking and driving distance, the Orange Terrace Inn of Macon will satisfy your relaxing “at home” needs, putting you squarely in the midst of all Macon, Georgia has to offer.
Built circa 1854, this 4 bedroom, 4 bath historic home invites a limited amount of guests to venture back to when life was simple while marveling in present day amenities. Sit and rock on the screened-in porch, over-looking the lush, landscaped grounds or enjoy the incredible view from the second floor porch. Watch television in the generous media room (no TV in rooms) or relax and read in the warm and wood-rich living room with high ceilings. Each of the bedrooms are personally decorated and two have their own personal bathrooms.
If history is your “thing,” then be astonished by this community as all of the homes in it are a part of the National Register of Historic Places. If you love experiencing great food, then downtown Macon has some of the top restaurants in Georgia. If walking, biking, hiking is what you enjoy, then the Ocmulgee Trail/Amerson River Park is a must visit.
If your travels take you to Macon, Georgia, the Orange Terrace Inn should be the choice for your accommodations.
To make reservations, go to the Booking page for contact information.