Restored Victorian home officially open | Community Spirit
HAMILTON, GA - The Harris County Chamber of Commerce helped welcome the newly owned and renovated Holly House of Hamilton to the community at a Ribbon Cutting and Open House on Saturday, Dec.22.
This country Victorian home was built in 1880 by the Walton Family. It was restored in 1992 and has served as a Bed and Breakfast since that time and was formerly known as Magnolia Hall.
Under new ownership and renamed for the century old American Holly plants on the grounds and the town in which the house is located, Holly House of Hamilton is once again a charming and inviting place to visit.
The 6,049 square feet house includes six guest suites and common rooms featuring a Library, Parlor/Music Room, Dining Room, Guest Kitchen and a Reception Hall with a pool table.
Whether you are looking for a quite retreat, a family vacation or something a little more fun, Holly House of Hamilton has a room that will suit anyone! Of the six rooms there is the Walton Romance Room, The Holly Room, the Inspired by Nature Suite, the Victorian Countryside Room, The Journey Room and the Ladies’ Retreat Suite.
Owner Judy Archibald has done an amazing job decorating Holly House to make you feel welcome and comfortable. Her attention to detail in every room is impeccable. Along with tours, refreshments placed in every room that went with the theme of that room, and a history of the house, those who attended the Ribbon Cutting and Open House were delighted when the host and owner sang Christmas Carols every hour on the hour.
"The Harris County Chamber of Commerce was proud to be a part of such a successful ribbon cutting and open house event. The Holly House of Hamilton is a welcome amenity for the City of Hamilton and the county," said Jayson Johnston, Chamber president.
Make sure you stop in and visit Judy and get a tour of this beautiful Victorian style home, it is located at 127 Barnes Mill Road in Hamilton.
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