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Perk Avenue: Live Music Weekends
Nov. 1 Bostwick Cotton Gin Festival
Nov. 7 First Friday Downtown 5 -8 pm
Nov. 15 UGA vs Auburn
Nov. 21-23 Christmas in the Country
Nov. 22 UGA vs Charleston Southern
Nov. 27 Thanksgiving
Nov. 29 UGA vs GA Tech
Dec. 3 Atlanta Symphony Concert
Dec. 5 First Friday Downtown 5-8 pm
Dec. 5-6 Christmas Tour of Homes
Dec. 7 Comunity Concert
Dec. 13 Christmas Rush Classic 5 & 8K Race
Dec. 13 Holiday Parade & Caroling by Candlelight
Our favorite spot (in the Sarah Brady Room) is the little settee ~ so comfortable. We read, write, think, relax from this one vantage point feeling the warmth of this lovely room all around us. The head board and dressing table are the two items that attr
- Salem, SC ~ November 5-7, 2010
About the Inn
Whether looking for a romantic getaway, a relaxing weekend, a respite from travels, or the perfect destination wedding venue, the historic Brady Inn Bed and Breakfast in Madison, Georgia, has it all.
The Brady Inn B&B's sprawling bungalow design maximizes the welcoming privacy of each individually decorated room. And, yes, every guestroom has central air & heat and a private bathroom! Custom-made mattresses and box springs by the Georgia Sleep Shop, high thread count cotton sheets and a choice of pillows insures a comfortable night's sleep.
From the moment you enter, you will feel at home. Wake to the aromas of freshly ground St. Ives coffee or Harney & Sons gourmet teas. Read our award winning local paper along with Peter's hearty breakfast. The menu changes daily, but there's always a fruit starter and full, hot entree. Stroll through the historic district, visit museums, shop for antiques, dine in a variety of restaurants -- all within walking distance of the Inn. Don't forget we have bikes for your use, lovely garden settings, and a fire pit when weather is cool.
Our guest computer, printer and copier and high speed internet access with free WiFi allow you to check email or keep abreast of your business.
Help yourself to fresh cookies and a selection of hot and cold beverages in the light, breezy, dining room. At day's end, enjoy a complimentary glass of wine or bottle of beer on one of our rocking-chair porches and relax in the peace and quiet of the Brady Inn.
What do our guests have to say? Check out the Comments Page to peek into our guest books!
Inn Trivia: Did you know...?
We collect and send your leftover bars of soap to the Clean the World recycling program. They have reprocessed and distributed more than 8 million bars of soap to people in need in the US, Haiti and more than 40 countries. Our first shipment of 23 pounds of partially used bars resulted in 123 new bars of soap!
About Your Hosts
In May of 2006, with no buyer in sight, the Brady Inn Bed and Breakfast was scheduled to be divided up, furnishings auctioned off. As the deadline approached, the Conrads' family -- parents, brothers, sisters, and spouses -- responded and rescued the Inn. But who would run it?
Karen, the oldest daughter, and husband, Peter Wibell, loved visiting B&Bs and thought one day they might have one of their own. Suddenly, that day was here!
Karen's professional career had focused on sales and marketing of home furnishings. Peter had managed restaurants in New York City and Dallas while working on his doctorate as a family and marriage counselor. They moved to Georgia with their two young daughters in 1997 to be closer to grandparents, cousins, uncles and aunts.
Their genuine interest in people, love of fine food, attention to detail, and hospitality experience make them gracious hosts. Today, Peter concentrates his time at the Inn; Karen is involved in community philanthropy and is a writer and artist.
The Brady Inn staff -- Alice, Anna, Billie, Crystal, Dot, Linda and Marilyn -- will go out of their way to make sure you have everything that you need. With ready smiles and great knowledge of our local community, you will enjoy meeting and getting to know them as well.
The Inn was bought "as is" ~ apparently that included a calico cat which we named "Brady". An outside kitty, Brady had been badly abused and can't meow. For six years she avoided guests and barely tolerated us; however, in the Spring of 2012, she had a personality change and now allows herself to be petted although she still does not like to be picked up! Please remember she is not allowed inside!