Places to Stay

Jackalopes, Foxes, and Owls… Oh, My!

Perfectly perched on South Main Street you’ll find the charmingly avant-garde Kirby House. From the stately entrance to the warm welcome by a world-class Innkeeper, Cheryl Cannington, this B&B is the place to see!

Before it’s transition into a bed and breakfast, the Kirby House was the childhood home of it’s owner, Jeff Royal.

With an unbeatable location, the Kirby House can be found in the heart of Madison’s Historic District and makes a great home base for a girlfriends getaway, romantic weekend, or any sort of relaxing retreat!

The B&B is furnished with both modern and traditional pieces that come together to create a comfortable atmosphere.

When planning a trip to the Kirby House, it’s imperative to hop online and pick the guestroom that suites your personality best!

The décor of each room revolves around a theme, and as you may have guessed from the title of this post, the theme is animals!

Take your pick from the fox, jackalope, sheep, or owl room.

Each room is equally impressive with lush bedding and calming color schemes creating a “zen-like” atmosphere that can’t be beat.

The Kirby House is in the heart of the historic district, making it a no-brainer for adventurous antebellum architecture seekers…say that five times fast!

Plan ahead now and pack your favorite walking shoes so you can leisurely stroll (or bike ride) through the historic district. See for yourself why General Sherman refused to burn these gorgeous homes during his infamous march to the sea.

After a day of exploring, retreat to your home away from home!

We all know that a porch, plus a glass of wine (or two) equals happiness, so book a room with porch access overlooking Main Street or with a pool view.

And speaking of the pool, it’s guarded by the resident Buddha statue, which makes me think of yoga. If you’re a yogi and value a serene space to unwind, you might want to bring your mat… just sayin!

To sum it up, a stay at the Kirby House is something you need to experience rather than read about. Click here for more information!

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