In yesterday's post, I shared Dick's and my outing to the two hamlets (two additional hamlets are in the planning stages) in the community of Serenbe 35 miles southwest of Atlanta. There was so much to see at every bend, so this is part two of our adventure which covers our two-night stay in the Inn at Serenbe.
L - We stayed in the 1905 farmhouse located in the photo's background. Our breakfast was served in the building in the foreground. R- Several cottages on the property are available for overnight stays, as well. Additionally, overnight and extended stays can be arranged in the Serenbe community (see yesterday's post).
L to R - 1) view of garden looking out our bedroom window 2) path leading to garden 3) very old Georgia pecan trees 4) pecans I gathered from the ground under the trees 5) concrete mushroom... oh, I'm in love
L - our server each morning at breakfast R - Blue-Eyed Daisy Bakeshop dinner specials where we ate lunch and dinner in the community of Serenbe. Let's be honest here. The made-from-scratch, fresh from Serenbe's organic farm food was so amazing that we stopped by for mid-morning and mid-afternoon goodies, too.
This simple lunch was artfully arranged on the plate by encircling the potato and tuna salad with raw rings of onion. Even the crackers were placed just so.