Washington Plantation is a Greek Revival plantation manor house dating from 1828. Back when Cotton was King, the house was the seat of a 3200-acre cotton plantation, and the site of many gala weddings, parties and reunions. The City of Washington, Georgia, was spared by General Sherman during the Civil War, and contains more Antebellum homes and buildings than Savannah.
We offer five luxurious rooms, furnished with period antiques and fine reproductions. You will go back in history, but you'll not lack for any 21st century amenity: Free WiFi, individual heat and AC controls, remote control gas fireplaces, satellite TV.
A full four course breakfast awaits you each morning at the time of your own choosing. Other meals may be arranged at extra cost. Complimentary wine and cheese served every afternoon.
Seven acres of landscaped grounds make Washington Plantation a perfect venue for weddings, receptions and parties of any sort.
We are located less than two hours from Atlanta Airport, and less than 50 miles from Augusta National Golf Club, site of the Master Tournament.