Just returned from a quick get away trip to Washington, Ga. Lovely southern town with beautiful antebellum homes and full of southern history. My wife and I stayed in Tower Room 307 at the Fitzpatrick Hotel. The Fitzpatrick Hotel was nicely restored, well furnished and a visual delight. Minor repairs needed here and there, but overall the hotel was in great shape to be dated from the late 1800's. The only thing missing from this pleasant location were the nice extras usually associated with a southern B&B. There was only one small hand soap in our room, no specialty soaps, shampoos or lotions for the ladies. No cookies or wine from the kitchen in the evenings, and most importantly, there was no breakfast available except cereal, cake and fruit. We don't call carbs breakfast in the South. I will say that we had a great supper at the hotel with lamp chops, steak and ahi tuna.
Overall, Washington, Ga. was a lovely town, friendly folks and a unique hotel. Besides the lack of grits, eggs and bacon and the fact that we were pan-handled outside the hotel, we enjoyed our stay. One other tip, skip the Battle Creek Memorial site. Not much to see, and out in the middle of nowhere.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This fully-restored, historic hotel sits directly on the square in lovely downtown Washington and allows guests to experience luxurious accommodations reminiscent of another era, while providing all the modern amenities our guests have come to expect such as: hot-breakfast, DSL, 24-hour on site staff, off-site health club facility, satellite television, restaurant on site. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Fitzpatrick Hotel Washington
- The Fitzpatrick Hotel Washington, Georgia