Burke Mansion built in 1887 by T.C. Burke known as the “Merchant Prince” listed on The National Historic Register. Said to be one of the finest examples of Queen Anne Victorian Architecture in the country. Located in the heart of the Historic Intown District, minutes from Navicent Medical Center, Mercer University and a short walk to Downtown. Available for One of a Kind Stays and Special Events.
This suite was the Burke children sewing room. The Martina and Mae Suite has a Queen Sleigh Bed, large windows that let in natural light and views of Goddard-Scott-Huff-Johnson House.
Every room includes Complimentary Wi-Fi, Charging station for electronics, Bottled water, newspaper, Made to order breakfast, Hors d’ oeuvres reception, Evening dessert and coffee, Turn down service, L’Occitane en Provance bath amenities, Use of two robes, 1200 thread count bed linens, Large flat screen TVs, Iron and ironing board and Black out drapes.
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