People love to see pictures of people visiting fun and interesting places, but the newest celebrity to be photographed visiting beautiful locations is none other than a wooden chair. Throughout 2012 and 2013, a red wooden chair made its way across the East Coast being photographed by innkeepers at their inns and Bed & Breakfasts.
Now, the Red Chair is making its way westward, branching out to visit over 20 states, including Georgia. The chair’s journey has made it an internet sensation, and its travels tie together all the small business owners it has visited. The photographs of the chair bring awareness to the different types of travel ability to choose to stay in historic inns or bed & breakfasts.
The Red Chair’s Georgia travels brought it to the historic Twelve Oaks Bed & Breakfast, which was built in 1836. This beautiful house lived through Sherman’s March to the Sea, and was the inspiration for the Twelve Oaks plantation in the movie ‘Gone With the Wind’. It has also been featured in several movies and TV shows such as The Vampire Diaries and In the Heat of the Night. After extensive renovations, the home reopened in 2012 as an award winning Bed & Breakfast.
The Twelve Oaks was named to the Top 10 Luxury Inns in the World by Bedandbreakfast.com, received the Best of Weddings award from theknot.com and the Couples Choice Award from Weddingwire.com
Overnight rates run from $175-299 per night and include a full southern breakfast, a wine and cheese hour, and turn down service with chocolate truffles. More information about booking a room can be found at http://www.thetwelveoaks.com/