Embrace the New South with a trip to South Eden Plantation, which sits on 38 acres in Thomasville, Georgia. While the plantation was established in 1825, its most recent incarnation as a boutique hotel opened for business in 2014. It features restaurants, guest cottages, the original stables, a pool house and the Showboat Theatre.
Spend time languishing on the porch while sipping on iced tea, or nestle into one of the tufted crimson banquettes at Scarlett’s Lounge and enjoy a bespoke cocktail.
Dining options include the Chef’s Table, Cream of the Crop Café and Wine Bar and the Harvest House.
— Alix Miller, On 3 Public Relations