The Green Room
These spacious and elaborate accommodations exude the very essence of the Victorian era.
As the “master suite” for the doctor responsible for building this beautiful home in 1895, The Green Room remains the largest guest room at the inn. A vintage settee and matching chair provide comfortable seating in this sunny second floor suite decorated with an antique queen-size four-poster bed, mirrored dressing table, chest of drawers, paddle fan, individually controlled heat and air and an over-sized private bath. After a restful sleep, start your day with fresh brewed coffee and a sumptuous gourmet breakfast served in our dining room.
The soothing shade of green selected for this glorious guest room complements the second floor view of the lush gardens, densely wooded nature preserve and croquet lawn. Homes built during this period were designed to take advantage of the gentle breezes and pure mountain air, with many windows, expansive verandas, terraces and decks.
A visit to The Oaks Bed and Breakfast, and a stay in The Green Room, is to create mountain memories to last a lifetime!
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Special thanks to all our friends that have visited us at The Oaks Bed and Breakfast over the years! Every week we’ve had the pleasure of hosting visitors from Toccoa, GA to Titusville, FL– from Monterrey, Mexico to Braunschweis, Germany. People, who have hiked, kayaked, shopped and We’ve delivered their children to camp They savored the area’s best cuisine, while listening to the music of the Blue Ridge. They attended live theater and summer festivals. They arrived by bicycle, Harley, convertible, SUV and minivan. They caught up on their reading and learned the names of our wild flowers and birds. Many renewed a connection long lost to a life lived in the fast lane.