• Sugar Magnolia (Atlanta; tel. 404/222-0226; Situated in a historic district, this 1892 Victorian house of considerable charm rents individually styled and commodious guest rooms with Southern style and flair, each suitable to house a colonel in the Confederate army. The staircase alone is worthy of an entrance by Miss Scarlett.
  • Plains Bed and Breakfast Inn (Plains; tel. 229/824-7252; In Jimmy Carter's hometown, this is a stylish B&B built by a Baptist preacher in 1910. It's just two doors away from a service station where the former president's brother, Billy, often held press conferences. Miss Lillian and her husband were said to have "conceived" the future president in one of the upstairs bedrooms.
  • Bed & Breakfast Inn (Savannah; tel. 888/238-0518 or 912/238-0518; This little charmer is adjacent to the landmark Chatham Square in the oldest section of the Historic District. Built in 1853, just years before the Civil War, it has been restored with sensitivity and filled with antiques and reproductions.
  • Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.