The Partridge Inn

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The Partridge Inn was built in 1836 as a private home, and has had a long history of conversions and renovations. Currently “The Grand Hotel of the Classic South,” the inn boasts, along with its other Southern charms, a ghostly bride. Wearing an 1800s wedding dress, she is said to have died of a broken heart here when her fiance was killed. Her name is Emily, so don’t forget to say “hello” if you meet her.

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2110 Walton Way
Augusta, GA 30904
United States
33.475077, -82.01011199999999
Richmond County, Georgia
Nearest Towns:
Augusta, GA (2.1 mi.)
North Augusta, SC (3.2 mi.)
Kingston, GA (4.0 mi.)
Martinez, GA (4.8 mi.)
Belvedere, SC (5.4 mi.)
Clearwater, SC (7.0 mi.)
Evans, GA (8.0 mi.)
Murphys Estates, SC (9.5 mi.)
Burnettown, SC (9.7 mi.)
Langley, SC (10.0 mi.)

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