The residence built in 1912 for Robert W. Woodruff,
Atlanta's famous anonymous donor and Coca-Cola soft-drink
magnate, is a carefully restored home and bed and breakfast
located in Inman Park, a National Register of Historic Places
neighborhood. The owner is Eleanor Matthews.
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The Woodruff House has 12-foot ceilings, heart-of-pine floors,
18th and 19th century antiques, oriental rugs, fine china,
fireplaces, private baths, a walled garden and secured parking.
Deluxe, well-appointed rooms and private bathrooms. Stay
includes Continental breakfast, which can be customized for
Read more about Inman Park
and the House & Garden.
Inside the walled garden
Christine Sibley sculpture in the garden
Nestled in historic Inman
Park, Atlanta's first suburb.
Only two blocks to the Inman
Park - Reynoldstown MARTA (rapid transit) station.
Walk to dining and shopping in Little
Five Points, Atlanta's SoHo.
Two blocks from the Freedom Park PATH
trail that runs from the Inman Park MARTA station to Ponce
de Leon and east all the way to Stone Mountain. This multi-use
trail system is a favorite with walkers, bikers, joggers,
One mile from the Martin
Luther King Jr. historic site (King Center, grave,
Ebenezer Baptist Church, and the Birth Home Museum) and the
Carter Presidential Library
Two miles to Downtown Atlanta,
including the Underground Atlanta,
World of Coca-Cola,
Philips Arena, Georgia
Dome, CNN Center,
Georgia World Congress Center,
and Centennial Olympic Park.
Get detailed Map and Directions.
$110-130 / night.
Available: Queen and
twin-size beds. Read more about Rooms.
Cash, traveler's checks, Master Card, Visa and American Express.
Payment not accepted:
Checks, Diner's Club, Discover.
Get details on Reservations.