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The Judge Austin Miller Master Suite
*THIS ROOM ONLY AVAILABLE WHEN ALL OTHER
ROOMS ARE OCCUPIED
Because you deserve nothing but the best,
we now offer the Judge Austin Miller Suite. Named for the builder of this
beautiful home, we know you'll enjoy the opulence and grandeur this room
has to offer. The bed alone has been valued at $35,000.00. Not only is
this Inn Keeper Elaine's personal room, it was also the room Judge
Austin Miller and Mary Miller used when they lived here and was occupied
by General Ulysses S. Grant! It features a private bath
with shower and original claw foot tub, gas log fireplace and sitting area
with vanity. It is our finest room and we're sure it will be your
favorite! Please click on the photo below for more pictures of this room.
The C. A. Miller Master Suite
This suite is named after Charles Austin Miller, Tennessee secretary of
state 1889 - 1893. Charles was the son of Magnolia Manor's builder Austin
Miller and also raised his family at the manor. This beautiful room
features a thirteen foot tall, half tester bed! Plus an adjoining parlor and two fire
places! Opulence, elegance, and comfort best describe these
accommodations. When nothing but the best will do, Magnolia Manor can
fulfill your requirements. Click the picture for a better view of what
this room has to offer.
Annie Miller was the last surviving member of the Miller family at Magnolia Manor.
It is in her honor we name this room “Annie's.” Many of Bolivar's residence have a tale or two about her!
Not all good! This room features a half tester bed and vanity with a fireplace. Click the picture for
better view of this room.
The 1849 Room
In the on going process of restoration, Magnolia Manor has revealed many unique aspects about its original decor.
One such discovery was the original blue wall color and gold banded design in this room. It features a half
tester bed, sitting area and fireplace. Beautifully decorated and furnished, this room is a favorite of our regular
guests! On display in this room are one of the Miller children's report card from the Bolivar Female Institute
dated June 20th, 1867 and the Unthank family bible. Plus, Judge Austin Miller's saddle bags! Click the photo to
This little house was originally the Kitchen when Magnolia Manor was built in 1849.
Newly renovated and restored. The Cottage offers more
privacy and conveniences including it's own kitchen, satellite TV and private driveway. Get away
from it all and relax in your little home away from home.
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