A New Stay at Callaway

Annette Thompson

Plant yourself in a new bed at the South’s most famous garden this season. The new Lodge and Spa at Callaway in Pine Mountain, Georgia, blooms with comfort and great style.

The Back Story
For the past couple of decades, you either rented a villa or stayed at the aging inn. With this addition, Callaway reclaims its status as a full-service resort for the 21st century.
Tucked into the piney woods near the entrance to the golf courses, the new Lodge and Spa blends into the landscape. In a landmark move, Callaway hired the Noble Investment Group to reinvent the guest experience. Noble improved the dining services across the resort, reinvested in the golf courses, upgraded the cottages and the original inn, and made sure the Lodge and Spa met environmental design standards.

The Design
Step into the Lodge’s lobby, and you’re surrounded by cool grays and greens in a light-filled room with expansive windows. The Arts and Crafts style furniture lends a cozy flair.
The guest rooms carry the same decor. A balcony off each room overlooks a picture-perfect garden scene. You’ll sleep soundly in the ­triple-sheeted beds with feather mattresses and delight in the marble-and-granite baths with soaking tubs and separate showers. Rooms include plasma TVs, MP3 docking stations, and Internet access.

 

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