The Grand Magnolia House is a fabulous Southern Colonial built in the 1860s, and is listed on the National Historic Register. When you enter her doors you will feel an overwhelming sense of peace and hospitality. With approximately sixty-four hundred square feet under her roof, opportunities abound for your family and guests to relax and enjoy the luxurious feel of endearing structural relic from the past.
All rooms are tastefully decorated and equipped to provide you with the best in Southern hospitality! She offers a beautiful bridal suite complete with bathrooms and large dressing parlor, an inviting veranda, intimate and comfortable parlors, gathering rooms, expansive kitchen and food prep area, formal and informal dining areas.
With four large bedrooms comfortably equipped with luxurious amenities, your family and guest will enjoy the stress free atmosphere and a good night's rest that your special occasion deserves. Watch the sun go down or “rock the night away” on the four thousand square foot deck overlooking the beautiful Southern landscape and the outdoor event spaces below. Rest with a book in a chaise on the veranda or disappear to one of the many indoor and outdoor space especially designed for those perfect moments.
The Grand Magnolia also offers exceptional indoor and outdoor photo opportunities, providing the perfect space to capture those special once-in-a-lifetime memories.
It is our desire to make your celebration amazing, one that creates memories for a life time. We look forward to providing you with endless southern hospitality and consider it a privilege to be apart of your life story.
With warmest regards,
Bruce & Tamara Joiner
Psalm 37:4 Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.
In Marshallville, you will find the quiet charm of yesteryear, reminiscent of a by-gone era rich in farming culture. Peaceful and serene, the streets are lined with historic landmarks such as the Marshallville Baptist Church, built in 1860, which is on the National Historic Register as the most significant “historic structure” in Marshallville. It stands just a few steps away from The Grand Magnolia House.
The “Samuel Rumph House”, built in the mid-1800s, is also on the National Historic Register as the birthplace of the famous “Elberta Peach” for which the State of Georgia gained its name “The Peach State” and so many use this endearing phrase “She’s a Georgia Peach”.
Massee Lane Gardens Historic Headquarters of the American Camellia Society is located just a few miles away from the Grand Magnolia House and is an excellent jewel of this region.
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