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Discover Antebellum Remade In The Historic Heartland Of Covington, Georgia. Only 30 Minutes From Atlanta.
Enjoy the Convenience…
We are located within walking distance of the charming historic downtown Covington square with wonderful shops and restaurants such as the local ice cream parlor Scoops that overlooks the square.
Savor the Choices…
Whether you’re looking for a nice local park, a state-of-the-art library, or cultural activities that include a local Arts Association or local wine tasting, Covington offers something for every member of the family.
Unique & Fun Attractions
Experience a local tour, peruse the local shops and restaurants. There is something special about carousing around Historic Covington.
- Historic Self Guided Walking Tour
- Historic Trolley Tour
- Covington Ghost Tour
- Mystic Falls
- Porterdale History Tour
- The Cork Boutique and Gifts
- Town Square Olive Oil
- Shelvie Jean
- WildArt LLC
- Southern Heartland Art Gallery
Don’t Mind a short drive?
Since we are so centrally located, there are endless possibilities to explore. Here are some destinations you can add to your itinerary.
Monastery of the Holy Spirit
Marvel at the beauty of this monastery that is taken care of by monks living there. Their visitor center features interactive displays, exhibits and videos about the monastic tradition, as well as the Trappist monks at the Monastery of the Holy Spirit. The monks have different shops selling the goods they’ve made, and Nicole’s favorite is the bakery. They have some of the freshest, most delicious breads for sale in their bakery and we recommend picking up some of their baked goods while you’re there. Location: On Hwy 212, about 27 minutes away in Conyers. Cost: $. Visit http://www.trappist.net/ for more.
Walk of Heroes
The Walk of Heroes Veterans War Memorial is developed around a visual and interactive concept to cultivate a public understanding of the sacrifices made by veterans on the battlefields during and since the 20th century and by their families whose sacrifices helped to protect and maintain the freedom enjoyed by Americans today. Take an hour to explore in the peaceful atmosphere of the Walk, providing an appropriate setting for to reflect upon the sacrifices made and to truly appreciate the freedom enjoyed by generations. Location: On Black Shoals Road in Conyers, about 24 minutes away. Cost: FREE. Visit http://www.walkofheroes.org/ for more.
Ice Skating Rink
Seasonal – From December-January, an outdoor ice skating rink sets up in Conyers for a little wintry fun! Take your sweetie and have a romantic evening gliding around the rink and enjoying some hot chocolate together, or go with friends and have a blast racing around the rink. You’re sure to have hours of enjoyment with this winter favorite! Location: In the Olde Town Conyers Pavilion located off Main Street in Conyers, about 15 minutes away. Cost: $. Visit http://icedaysconyers.com/ for more.
Don’t Mind a little Further drive?
The surrounding areas like Atlanta, Stone Mountain and Athens, are packed with even more to do!
This state-of-the-art exhibit is home to four whale sharks, four manta rays & schools of rainbow runners. Guests have the option to participate in the Journey with Gentle Giants Swim or Dive Program. Book one of these once-in-a-lifetime opportunities today!
Visit the Margaret Mitchell House
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and operated by the Atlanta History Center, the Margaret Mitchell House is a turn-of-the century, three-story, Tudor Revival building where Margaret Mitchell lived and wrote her Pulitzer-Prize winning novel, Gone With the Wind.
The Fox Theater
We all love going to see the shows put on at the fabulous Fox Theater! From The Sound of Music to The Little Mermaid, every month there’s always a new list of shows that will be shown, so you’re sure you find one you’ll enjoy. Pick an evening show time and head into Atlanta early to have dinner at one of the wonderful nearby restaurants.
Atlanta City Pass
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Ask for CityPASS when you arrive at our World of Coca-Cola ticketing windows or buy online for the same low price.
CityPASS holders have up to nine days (from the time of the first attraction visit) to visit their choice of five Atlanta attractions:
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Southern Luxury and Relaxation
The home, town and people were all exceptional! From the moment we drove onto the Twelve Oaks B&B, we were in awe of the opulence. Every room was immaculate and designed with an amazing eye for period authenticity. Nicole, John and staff greeted us and encouraged us to look around and enjoy the property. The large front and back porches and the huge yard made for a quiet and relaxing stay. The breakfasts were delicious each day and we lingered over coffee with other guests who became fast friends. Of note were the strawberry/raspberry topped pancakes and stuffed French toast—Mmmm! We thoroughly enjoyed an in-room massage with Selena, dined at the Mystic Grill of the Vampire Diaries fame, were spooked on our ghost tour offered through Wild Art and of course had our fill of ice-cream at Scoops. We stayed 4 nights and it was a true get-away. Within walking distance of the quaint town of Covington with shops and restaurants, our visit to Twelve Oaks Covington was a trip we will always treasure!
Brad and Claire Reinke
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