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Dunham Farms ist ein Familienunternehmen und betätigt, Natur-basierte Hideaway Auto kurz, 35 Minuten vom den Charme der alten Welt von Savannah, Georgia. Diese wunderschönen, unberührten Teil der verschwindende Küste von Georgia bietet herrlichen Ausblick auf den Fluss, geheimnisvollen Feuchtgebiete und majestätischen Moos drapiert alten Eichen. Mit luxuriösen Land Haus Unterkunft Unterkünfte und Gourmet-Restaurants hat Dunham Farmen einen besonderen Reiz für diejenigen, die einen ruhigen, abgeschiedenen und schönen vom Rest der Welt Urlaub. Übernachtungsgäste sind in der Mitte ganz privat 6.000 Hektar Wälder, Sümpfe und Felder eingebettet. In der Nähe Melone Bluff Natur und Kulturerbe Reserve verfügt über eine intakte Landschaft 2.200 Hektar großen Wald, Sümpfe und Fluss bieten Meilen und Meilen von privaten grasbewachsenen Wege reich mit Wildtieren.
4,8 am September 03, 2018
Our second stay. Wonderful! Quiet. Beautiful Highly recommended! Dinner at the local crab co is a must!!
5 am August 26, 2018
Amazing views, service, and hospitality!
5 am Juni 06, 2018
My husband & I stopped here after 6 hours of driving- this was the midpoint of our travel to NC where we are relocating to from Florida. What a wonderful respite Dunham Farms was for us! Becky greeted us warmly and made sure we lacked for nothing. The grounds are beautiful & peaceful. The fabulous breakfast fortified us well enough to make the rest of our trip in great shape!
4,8 am Mai 21, 2018
Great, great, great place. Nice and peaceful. Service was excellent, Becky was a gem! Food, very delicious. Wish i stayed longer!
4,4 am Mai 07, 2018
Wanted to go to a B&B for a night for our anniversary, only one that would let us for one night. About 45 minutes from Savannah, easy drive. Was nice to get away from city, noise, etc. Room was very nice, grounds were beautiful. Inn keeper was great, had flowers there for my wife, breakfast was great. Would definitely stay there again.
5 am April 14, 2018
I would highly recommend staying here. The grounds are stunning and it’s a special, unique place to experience. It was a bit out of the way but worth it. Breakfast was amazing and Becky was very welcoming.
4,2 am April 11, 2018
Beautiful and quiet setting away from the nearby tourist locations. Nice to take a peaceful walk and watch the birds on the marsh after a busy day.
4,0 am März 02, 2018
Dunham Farms is filled with nature and history. Take a tour with Meredith to learn all about this property and goals for the future. Preservation is extremely important. Try to visit in the Spring when everything is blooming. Serene and Peaceful relaxation. Staff is Wonderful and go out of their way to respond to all requests. Rooms are not fancy, but considering they were stables, outstanding renovation! Very comfortable and quiet. No need to lock any doors. Visit and Enjoy
4,6 am Februar 02, 2018
Beckys breakfasts were outstanding. Meredith took us on a wonderful tour of the property. She was a fount of information on history and nature on the Plantation.
5 am Januar 04, 2018
Great hospitality, Thank you Becky for the wonderful breakfast and Meredith for all the History about your family and taking us on a beautiful hike!
This exceptionally large and comfortable room makes up as a king or twins. It has brass beds, rich paneling, antique prints, handmade furniture and quilts. It has a large, inviting living room area with table and chairs for games or private tea (or champagne for honeymooners). There are enormous closets and a large, brick-floored bath. It's secluded and very private! The splendid view looks down on the barn's magnificent cathedral oak grove and its lawn is splashed with sun and shadow. Brilliant colored foliage enlivens the fall landscape.
This sunny twin room in The Barn's old hayloft is a favorite. The lemony walls, white iron twin beds – or a king, if you prefer – and handmade quilts are a cheerful compliment to the colorful linens, flowers and Tiffany lamps. The tall, weathered chest is original to The Barn. This room has a huge walk-in closet and an airy, brick-floored bath. Behind the lace curtains is a tree-top view of the 100-year-old pecan orchard.
Loft (second story) The main room makes up as a king or twins and there is a queen sofa bed in the private sitting room beyond. The colors throughout are muted, setting off the etched glass windows, brass beds, handmade furniture, and original documents from the life of U.S. Congressman and once-Savannah Mayor Rufus Ezekiel Lester, a fascinating character in the post-Civil War New South and Laura's great-grandfather. There are two double closets and a bright, sunny bath. All windows look down on holly, dogwood and ancient oak trees and the river beyond.
This king is often chosen for romantic weekends, honeymoons and anniversaries. The decor features antique brass lamps and bed, silk flowers and handmade furniture and quilts. An exterior door leads to the side lawn and from there to wooded trails. Old barn beams adorn the entry and bath, and the floors are a mix of carpeting and brick. Windows on two walls offer stunning views of the cathedral oak grove on one side and the river on the other. It is perhaps The Barn's most spectacular setting.
Everything about this cozy, queen-sized room is upbeat. Blue and gold patchwork pillows and quilt are covering soft white linens on the beautiful brass bed. Oil paintings, interesting lamps and warm pine furniture are highlighted by a large country wardrobe cupboard made by a local craftsman. There is a brick-floored bath and a private outside door that opens into the side lawn and wooded trails. The view reaches across the side lawn to the ancient pecan orchard and to the river.
A wood-beamed hall lined with prints and old nautical charts leads to this large, sunny room that can be either a king or twins. Much of the furniture is unusual, blue-washed barn wood. Other pieces are hand-crafted from pine, including the locally-made "deacon's chair." Brass beds, patchwork quilts, a large bath and a dressing area with lots of storage. This spacious room has an outside entrance and a lovely view of the pecan orchard, side lawn, trail head, the river, salt marshes and a tiny island (hammock) beyond.
As with many of The Barn's doors, this one was salvaged from an old Victorian home in Savannah. The room is also The Barn's most unusual and a staff favorite. The private nooks leading to the queen bedroom feature rough barn beams and include a small study/writing area, a dressing room with a blanket chest and closet, and a large bath. The main room has an antique brass queen bed, rustic quilt and hand-rubbed, painted or pine furniture. Windows on two sides of this corner room offer a double view of the river, oaks and marshes. A private outside entry leads to river bluff seating areas that are perfect for birding, moonrises and sunrises, reading or just plain goofing off.
This charming, fresh green and white room is named for the indomitable small pony who once lived there. It has white iron twin beds that can be made into a roomy king, patchwork quilts, 'deacon's chairs' and green-washed, barn wood cupboards. The entry hall has an ample closet. The bath is completely handicap accessible with a built-in shower seat, bars and a wall-hung sink. A comfortable room with or without a wheelchair. The view incorporates an enormous oak, wound with wisteria, that showers the ground with lavender blossoms in spring. The farm animals graze and hang out in the nearby pasture.
This tranquil, shaded green room is decorated with mahogany chests, twin post beds, country prints and eye-appealing linens of green, white and Battenberg lace. The bathroom and entry hall feature beams from the former barn, brick floors and an antique window. Barn wood corner cupboards display china. A desk, large table and chairs complete the room. The corner location offers two views of farm animals browsing in the ancient oak grove. Dogwood and wisteria offer stunning spring interest. The river is seen from one of the views.
Queen, Twins, Sofa Bed Guest House
Riverside/Marshfront, 6000 Hektar großen privaten Landgut, Land
Savannah, GA (SAV) 30 miles
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Antiquitätengeschäfte, Kunstgalerien , Strand , Konzertsaal , Ökotourismus, Gourmetrestaurant/gehobene Küche, Historische Interessen , Live-Musik , Kino , Museum , Nationalparks/Naturschutzgebiete, Naturgebiet , Meer, Outlet-Geschäfte, Theater, Picknickplatz , Religiöse Reisen , Fluss, Ruinen
Brettspiele , Kaffee / Tee Anlagen , Tagungsräume , Kopierer , DVD-Player , Faxgerät, Kamin , Kühlschrank , Bügelbrett , Bibliothek , Parkplätze, Swimmingpool, Verleih von Sportgeräten, Telefon , Videorekorder, Videos , Wet-Bar , Geschirmt & bedeckt Schwimmbad, Kajak, 15 + Meilen private Naturlehrpfad, Erholung, Gebäude mit Foosball & Brettspiele, Weinkarte, kostenfreie Softdrinks
Klimaanlage , Wecker , Geschenkkorb, Bademäntel , Deckenventilatoren , Schreibtisch , Haartrockner , Satelliten / Kabel-TV , TV , Rollstuhlgerecht, WLAN, Kabel-Internet
Fahrrad Reitwege , Vogelbeobachtung , Angeln , Wanderwege , Hufeisen , Kajak , Mountainbike-Pfade, Historische Gärten vor Ort, historische Gärten vor Ort, historische Gärten vor Ort, Einkaufen, Sehenswürdigkeiten, Schwimmen , Wassersport
Laura & Meredith Devendorf
Katzen , Mini Pferd, Pferd, Mini-mule
Preisgekrönte Naturschützer und UmweltbildnerInnen; Laura ist ein ehemaliger professioneller Künstler und Kunstkritiker und Meredith ist ihr Doktorat in der amerikanischen Geschichte beenden. Beide sind Gourmet-Köche und große Geschichtenerzähler!