Fodor's Expert Review Plains Historic Inn

106 Main St., Plains, Georgia, 31780, USA

Each spacious room of this inn, set in a century-old furniture store above an antiques mall, is decorated to reflect the aesthetics of a particular decade between the 1920s and the 1980s. The street-side rooms have a view across Main Street, where brother-to-the-president Billy Carter's old gas station still sits, along with the railroad depot from which President Carter ran his bid for the White House. The inn books up quickly on the weekends, especially when the former president is scheduled to teach Sunday school nearby. Book well in advance.

PROS

  • close to tourist attractions
  • has an elevator
  • claw-foot tubs in some bathrooms

CONS

  • breakfast is self-serve
  • not many eateries nearby
  • can book up quickly, especially on weekends

QUICK FACTS

B&B/Inn
Historical
Casual
Central
Local Flavor
$

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 229-824–4517

HOTEL DETAILS

7 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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