2176 Monticello St. SW, Covington Ga.
The home that inspired Twelve Oaks in the movie Gone With the Wind is now open to the public as a bed and breakfast.
This beautiful antebellum home built in 1836 is nestled in the heart of Covington, Georgia. It is perfectly located 30 minutes east of Atlanta just off of I-20.
The common areas and the guest rooms are decorated in a warm and inviting style. Fabulous antiques blend with modern pieces for a timeless, elegant and comfortable feel.
A creative alternative to Newton County’s many “cookie cutter” apartment complexes, the Porterdale Mill Lofts are an adaptive new use of the Textile Mill and Cotton Warehouse facilities built over a century ago in Porterdale Georgia. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, these buildings have been meticulously restored in compliance with the historic renovation standards of the Department of the Interior. 4 buildings house over 100 lofts and a separate section has both retail and restaurant shops.
Oxford College of Emory University, also called Oxford College and originally founded as Emory College, is an American two-year residential college specializing in the foundations of liberal arts education. It is the birthplace and one of nine academic divisions of Emory University. Opening in 1838, the college is located on Emory University’s original campus in Oxford, Georgia, 38 miles east of Emory’s Atlanta campus. The college has multiple dormitories, academic buildings, churches as well as a track, full tennis courts and a soccer field.
Cottonwood Farm, LLC offers stall and pasture boarding on 30 acres of pristine land in Covington, GA. The facilities are well maintained and features include riding lessons, boarding for horses, corrals and 2 private lakes. The location affords easy access as they are located just a few minutes from Exit 98 on Interstate 20.
Burge is an historic 1,000 acre farm in eastern Newton County, Georgia. Burge is a private hunting, shooting, and family club, and also operates a large organic farm. Burge welcomes non-club member weddings in the spring, summer, and early fall, and other limited non-member activity as shown on their website. Burge has a rich history which we invite you to explore.
With the historic Newton County Courthouse as a backdrop, downtown Covington’s square is bustling with specialty shopping and unique dining opportunities. The district enjoys a long tradition of family owned and operated businesses and an impressive events calendar that truly showcase the best of small town America.
Burge Plantation is an historic 1,000 acre farm in eastern Newton County, Georgia. Burge is a private hunting, shooting and family club, that also operates a large organic farm. Burge welcomes non-club member weddings in the spring, summer and early fall, in addition to other limited non-member activity as shown on their website. Burge has a rich history which we invite you to explore and has been used as a Georgia filming location for various feature films and TV series.