Packages and Deals
Packages & Events
Anniversaries & Birthdays
MAG First Friday Event Nov. 6
Perk Avenue: Live Music Weekends
UGA Home Games: Nov. 17 & 21
Nov. 7 Cotton Gin Festival ~ Bostwick
Nov. 14 Hard Labor Creek State Park: Bird Walk; Fall Leaves & Trees Hike
Nov. 21-22 Chicken Tracks Art Festival
Dec. 2 Atlanta Symphony
Dec. 3-5 Holiday Tour of H0mes
Dec. 4-5 Rutledge Holiday Market
Dec 10 Atlanta Pops in Greensboro
Dec. 12 Christmas Rush Classic; Holiday Parade; Caroling by Candlelight
Beautiful Inn and friendly staff. Wonderful breakfast. We came for the Tour of Homes, and we were fortunate to be able to spend a relaxing evening here.
- December 2013
November ~ Falling Leaves & Fantastic Fun!
November is the perfect month to explore Madison and Morgan County's bounty: check out the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center's regional museum; visit Heritage Hall, Rogers House & Rose Cottage - three historic homes open to the public; shop at our unique stores & art galleries; dine at our great restaurants. Catch a home football game at UGA, or hit one of the local festivals like Cotton Gin Festival or Chicken Tracks Art Festival. Return to the Brady Inn and refresh yourself with cookies and hot and cold beverages or a glass of chilled wine or ice cold bottle of beer. Perfect!
The Brady Inn received Lake Oconee Living Magazine Reader's Choice "Best of Lake Oconee" First Place Award for Best B&B. To those of you who chose us as the number one B&B in the area, we are honored by your support. To those of you who aren't familiar with the Brady Inn, we invite you to come and experience our hospitality.
We continue to receive 5 Star Certificates of Excellence from TripAdvisor and were also chosen as Hospitality Business of the Year by our Chamber of Commerce.
Use our Event Calendar for what's happening in the area and don't forget to check for Last Minute Deals, Special Savings, and Packages!
The Brady Inn B & B is the perfect place to stay in historic Madison, Georgia. Our 1885 Victorian Bed and Breakfast on the Antebellum Trail offers old-fashioned charm, modern amenities, and true Southern hospitality. All seven bedrooms have private baths and provide beautiful lodging decorated with Victorian antiques, heart pine floors, and period appointments.
Check out what's growing in our kitchen garden.
We have the most comfortable beds and best breakfasts in Madison. Seated at your own table, we serve you breakfast: juice, freshly ground coffee or gourmet teas, followed by a first course of fruit then a full, hot entree ~ this is definitely not continental! Recipient of the Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor and recommended by Southern Living.
The Brady Inn is located in Madison's historic district on a quiet street only three blocks from the square and beautiful Town Park and one block from Main Street — forget your car! With the largest collection of 19th century architecture in Georgia, Madison is a treasure of historic antebellum and Victorian homes, cultural museums, art galleries, antique shops, and great restaurants all a short stroll away!
Destination wedding & reception weekends find a uniquely personal venue in the beautifully landscaped Wedding Gardens of the Brady Inn. With all your events in one location, you have time to share your love with family, friends, and each other.
Play bocce, croquet, and horseshoes or just rock lazily in the hammock. With six bikes, tour town with wheels that don't require gas. Relax afterward on one of our rocking-chair porches or enjoy the lovely breezeway set with tables and chairs for your use.
In cooler months, enjoy the warmth from the fire pit while lounging in the encircling Adirondack chairs! There is cable TV/DVD in the parlor, a guest computer in the dining room, free WiFi and off-street parking.
Madison Georgia's Brady Inn B & B is located in North Georgia's Lake Country just off I-20 between Atlanta and Augusta. Close to the University of Georgia in Athens, scenic Lake Oconee, and bustling Atlanta. The Brady Inn is the perfect place to stay while exploring Georgia's Historic Heartland Cities: Madison, Athens, Rutledge, Greensboro, Social Circle, Covington, Conyers, Monroe, and Watkinsville.
In 1864, Madison escaped being burned by Sherman on his "March to the Sea"; now you can escape to Madison. From romantic interludes to wonderful wedding weekends, UGA football to the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club , biking events to girlfriend get-aways, the Brady Inn Bed & Breakfast will pamper you in Classic Southern Comfort!