Jarrell 1920 House is an 1850s style plantation country house bed and breakfast in Middle Georgia, next to Jarrell Plantation near Whistle Stop Cafe. The Jarrell 1920 House was part of the original Jarrell family farm, now known as Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The 5,000 square-foot house has been preserved in its original condition with interior walls and ceilings of beautiful heart pine — from trees felled on Jarrell land, sawn to size on the Jarrell sawmill, and assembled by Jarrell hands.
Most of the 19th and early 20th century furniture is still preserved in its original state.
- “Great place to stay” – tripadvisor.com
- “Historically accurate unique interior, comfotable stay, treated like family”- tripadvisor.com
- “A trip back to another era.”- tripadvisor.com
- “Great for lovers of history!”- tripadvisor.com