5246, 106 S Main St, Statesboro, GA 30458, United States

Historic Statesboro Inn

A Visit to the Statesboro Historic Inn

  We saw this Inn while visiting downtown Statesboro. 
Since I love all things antique we decided to stop and take a look. 
 I loved touring the grounds and the Inn.  
The Inn has 17 rooms but seems to mostly be used 
for events such as weddings. 
So here's a little history I read about this historic Inn. 

The Historic Statesboro Inn B&B and Restaurant 
is two side by side homes. 

I didnt realize it untill I walked up and the lady next door spoke 
and told me the entance was in the back.
She proceeded to tell me she was in 
the Brannen House and the house 
I was trying to enter was the main house 
known as the Raines House.  
Both of the houses are listed on the 
National Registaer of Historic Places.

Raines House

The homes were built during the time 
Statesboro was bustling in the 
railroad transportaion and sea cotton cultivation. 

The Main Raines House, 
a 1905 Victorian was built for $3,000.00 by 
the owners of W.H. Raines Hardware Company. 
 The home was renovated with 
modern amenities and opened as 
an inn with nine guest rooms in 1985. 

It stands among the largest, 
most impressive and historic homes 
remaining in Statesboro's Historic District. 

One of the charming rooms are next to
 a balcony that overlooks
 downtown Statesboro, how cool is that?!!

The Brannen House

The Brannen House is a Victorian farmhouse 
next to the Raines House. 
It was built in 1881 and became part of the 
Statesboro Inn 
in 1996 featuring four guest rooms. 
Most of the rooms have private porches
 (one even has a porch swing) 
with that charm of the South.

Entrance To Inn

     Photos around the grounds of the Inn

Who remembers this water pump?
                                                                               On The Road,

Historic Statesboro Inn
106 South Main
Statesboro, GA 30458


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