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Local Honey from Atlanta?

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Health nuts have known how beneficial local honey is for a very long time.  Among other benefits, consuming local honey is a great way to fight off seasonal allergies. How does local honey help you to fight off allergies? Think about the way that a vaccine works. When you are vaccinated, you are injected with […]

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Luxury Hotels in Atlanta or Stonehurst Place?

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If you’re traveling to Atlanta for business or pleasure in the near future, you might be tempted to stay in one of the luxury hotels in Atlanta. After all, there are plenty of Atlanta hotels to choose from; as the hometown of over sixteen major corporations and the busiest airport in the world, Atlanta has […]

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We’re lovin’ Atlanta’s new restaurant Lure, by the Fifth Group

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“Gary and I went to Lure last night, the new Fifth Group restaurant on Crescent Ave. just down the street from South City Kitchen. Nice little restaurant; seafood, raw bar, sushi and they have dedicated a dining space in the rear of the restaurant – people were asking for seating there because it is so nice […]

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Martha Stewart WHOLE LIVING magazine features Stonehurst Place in May 2012 issue

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We’re thrilled at the mention of Stonehurst Place in the May 2012 issue of Martha Stewart’s Whole Living magazine! Lolly Merrell’s article about ‘Atlanta’s Green Acres’ highlights our city’s successes in the green and sustainable arena and embracing of low-impact living, something we’re excited to be a part of.  What an honor for Stonehurst Place […]

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Valentine’s Day ideas: Oakland Cemetery Love Stories tours

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Searching for Valentine’s Day ideas this weekend in Atlanta? Try the ’Love Stories of Oakland’ guided tour of Historic Oakland Cemetery, featuring areas of Oakland not usually on other tours and details about the Victorian symbols of love and devotion depicted on the monuments. Stonehurst Place Bed & Breakfast is a proud ‘friend’ of Oakland Cemetery, […]

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