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Azalea Inn & Gardens

At a Glance

    Pros

  • rooms like Cotton Exchange and Forsyth Place exude romance and luxury
  • baked goods are put out during the day
  • this is one of the few B&Bs with a pool

    Cons

  • located just outside the heart of the Historic District, it's a bit of a walk to many attractions
  • the less expensive rooms are small
  • the carriage house is not as distinctive

Azalea Inn & Gardens Review

Expect a generous, hospitable ambience, a reinvented Southern breakfast, and house-baked desserts, not to mention afternoon wine service with attitude—a good one—at this 1889 mansion built for a Cotton Exchange tycoon. It has multiple fireplaces, private verandas with overhead fans and wicker furnishings, and handsome artisan craftsmanship. A mural in the dining room brings avant garde Southern history to the table. Enjoy the lush, subtropical gardens that surround the pool, a quiet oasis. If you don't get enough to whet your whistle at the evening social, guests have 24-hour access to a wine and beverage refrigerator. The Forsyth Park neighborhood, near Gaston Street, offers quiet surroundings adored by the residents—and guests.

    Hotel Details

  • 8 rooms, 2 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • N/A.
Updated: 11-29-2012

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