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“Intimate B&B in Midtown on a delightful leafy residential street, a converted 19th Century mansion filled with museum-quality artworks. The rooms combine historic elegance with modern amenities, and the front parlour has a grand piano and other fine furnishings. Quiet and unassuming yet luxurious.”

“Intimate B&B in Midtown on a delightful leafy residential street, a converted 19th Century mansion filled with museum-quality artworks. The rooms combine historic elegance with modern amenities, and the front parlour has a grand piano and other fine furnishings. Quiet and unassuming yet luxurious.”

Hotel Review

Stonehurst Place feels like home the minute you walk in the door. This elegant clapboard and stone built townhouse is in a fabulous, historic, central location. The cleverly preserved interiors are stunning spaces with an eclectic mix of period and modern furnishing. Attention to detail is quite astounding. This is the place to step out of your cab with bundles of shopping and let it envelop you in its warmth and character. Stonehurst is a B&B but don't be concerned, after helping yourself to a glass of wine from the 'always open' bar cabinet, you can walk to a terrific Italian restaurant in two minutes and there are plenty of other options close by. Six rooms and suites with enormous comfy beds will spoil you in the most luxurious way possible. Landscaped gardens and a grand piano if you need to have a tinkle. And a gourmet breakfast to set you up for the day ahead, whether you're sightseeing or just succumbing to some retail therapy! Bliss....
Recommended for
  • Romantic Break
  • Intimate yet elegant, retaining some of the original 19th century features like cosy fireplaces- a perfect romantic retreat
  • Local exploring
  • A few minutes drive from Georgia Aquarium and Zoo Atlanta, and right next to Atlanta's Botanical Garden and Piedmont Park
  • Total relaxation
 

Written by Stephen Brown

Recommended For

  • Romantic Break
  • Intimate yet elegant, retaining some of the original 19th century features like cosy fireplaces- a perfect romantic retreat
  • Local exploring
  • A few minutes drive from Georgia Aquarium and Zoo Atlanta, and right next to Atlanta's Botanical Garden and Piedmont Park
  • Total relaxation
  • Great walks
  • Sights nearby
  • Local markets
  • Eco
  • Everything is recycled, solar-heated rain and recycled water is used, and paper bottles for toiletries
  • No restaurant
  • Whilst there's no restaurant, there is a dining room serving organic breakfasts in gold-rimmed china
  • Pet friendly
  • The hotel offers a Pampered Pooch package including a freshly baked doggie biscotti
  • Restrictions on children
  • This hotel can only accommodate children over the age of 12
  • Artworks
  • Art-works line the walls of this 19th century inn
  • Free wifi
  • WiFi is available in all areas, free of charge
  • Full of character
  • Quiet
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Townhouse
  • B+B
  • Charming
  • Intimate

Facilities

  • No restaurant
  • Whilst there's no restaurant, there is a dining room serving organic breakfasts in gold-rimmed china
  • Pet friendly
  • The hotel offers a Pampered Pooch package including a freshly baked doggie biscotti
  • Restrictions on children
  • This hotel can only accommodate children over the age of 12
  • Massage
  • In-room massages, manicures, and pedicures can be arranged
  • Free wifi
  • WiFi is available in all areas, free of charge
  • Parking
  • Fireplace
  • Airport transfer
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Library
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Towelling robes
  • Garden
  • Suites
  • Concierge
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Wifi
  • Air conditioning

Activities

  • Local markets
  • Great walks
  • Sights nearby

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Stonehurst Place: Review

Stonehurst Place is a 19th-century artwork-filled inn on a (requisitely tree-lined) residential street in midtown Atlanta. Original fireplaces, grand open-plan rooms and stone porches have had a few modern touches added for good measure: leather headboards, taupe tones and gleaming hardwood floors.

Originally published by Harpers Bazaar (view article)