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Ragland Mansion

At a Glance

    Pros

  • historic home
  • period furnishings
  • good value

    Cons

  • no food service on-site other than breakfast

Ragland Mansion Review

This stunningly attractive Italianate villa dates from the 1850s; it was the residence of General "Black Jack" Pershing during World War I. Inside are large formal rooms with crown moldings, French windows, 14-foot ceilings, mosaic parquet floors, and European and American artworks. The rooms and suite are furnished with antique furniture, claw-foot tubs, brass and iron beds, and paintings and engravings. It's a short walk from downtown and the historic district.

    Hotel Details

  • 6 rooms, 3 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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