Culpepper House Bed & Breakfast is a Victorian era home originally built in 1871 by returning Confederate soldier, Dr. John Addy. Set among lovely oaks planted during the Southern reconstruction era, the Culpepper House later belonged to Dr. Wilbur Culpepper and family.
The Culpepper House remains among Senoia’s most recognizable National Historic Register homes. It is also a favorite for weddings, receptions, socials, and business meetings. Twelve foot ceilings in the great parlour, the one time office of Dr. Culpepper, make it the perfect place to read or chat with other guests.
Even on the hottest Georgia day, it’s a cool-dry place to enjoy a beverage and slip out of the sun. During the winter months, the fireplace warms this inviting room, as the antique decor warms your heart. Enjoy.
Address35 Broad St
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