The cutesy, hip suburb of Decatur has a lot going for it these days, particularly this quaint 1950s bungalow, where you'll have the run of the place as you'll be the only guest(s). Yes, the Garden House B&B, owned by Decatur natives Doug and Rhoda Joyner, has only one suite, but that one suite has a queen-sized bed, free Wi-Fi, a sitting room with a desk and workspace, and a pullout couch should you be traveling with a family. The suite also includes a large private bath, and the screened porch downstairs overlooks a pleasant pond and garden. For breakfast, the Joyners cook whatever their guests desire, from a full Southern breakfast (biscuits and gravy, grits, eggs) to a more gourmet selection of blintzes, quiches, and home-baked bread. They're also able to accommodate special health requirements, such as low-fat or low-sodium diets. For those who crave a true "local's experience," you'll get it through bunking with this lovely couple.