Virginia Highland Bed & Breakfast

630 Orme Cir. NE (Monroe Dr.) Atlanta GA

A comfortable Craftsman bungalow saved by a neighborhood activist.

Virginia Highland Bed & Breakfast

Neighborhood activist, Master Gardener, enthusiastic preservationist, mother and grandmother, Chicago native Adele Northrup reared her two children in this 1920 Craftsman bungalow. After a 1996 fire, she restored it completely and opened a bed-and-breakfast inn. The gardens, especially in spring and summer, are the major draw, and in 2006 were designated an Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary. The backyard hosts a labyrinth, and to the side is a particularly fine sculpture by the late Atlanta artist Christine Sibley. Rooms are comfortable, homey and furnished with twentieth-century antiques. The two-bedroom "Getaway" suite offers a full kitchen for self-catering guests; children are welcome to stay with parents in this space, which has its own entrance. Breakfast, which is a full, cooked affair and not continental, is not included for guests who stay in this particular room. Some rooms have balconies and private entrances. A garden-enthusiast's retreat, the Virginia Highland captures the renewed charm of its classic Atlanta neighborhood. It is handy to Piedmont Park and other attractions.

Hotel Information


630 Orme Cir. NE (Monroe Dr.) Atlanta GA 30306 U.S.


404-892-2735 Hotel’s Website

Hotel Features

Bed and Breakfast Complimentary breakfast

Hotel Rates

Singles, Doubles & Suites $119-$229


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