GA Bed and Breakfast: Columbus restored homes make unique B&Bs
Columbus homes restored by Mamie and Garry Pound create a unique Bed and Breakfast environment.
The origin of the Rothschild-Pound House dates back nearly two decades ago. Garry and Mamie Pound, with the help of the Historic Columbus Foundation, moved a Victorian home, the 1870 Rothschild House, to the Columbus historic district. The Pounds lovingly restored the home and opened it in 1995 as the Rothschild-Pound House Inn. Today, the house is the centerpiece of five other cottages, originally built between 1870 and 1890, that the Pounds have restored to make up their charming bed and breakfast property.
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Five Victorian cottages built between 1870 and 1890 as well as the main house, an 1870 Victorian gem, comprise the Rothschild-Pound House Inn in Historic Columbus.