|Number of rooms||24|
|Number of restaurants||1|
Henderson Village is a resort country inn located in central Georgia about one mile off Interstate 75, and eleven miles south of Perry, Georgia. The resort has a rose garden with a gazebo, hunting grounds. The Wimberly Event Center is also on-site, as a facility for large events and business conferences. It has one restaurant on-site, the Langston House Restaurant, which was recognized in the Georgia Trend's 2004 Silver Spoon Awards.
Bernhard Schneider purchased the land that Henderson Village is currently sitting on in 1979. Following the purchase of a home on the property in 1994, he acquired homes on the property. He opened them as a bed and breakfast in 1998, when there was six tenant cottages and four homes. Today there are 24 rooms total.
- Henderson Village official website
- Southern Living: A magic village
- Executive Traveler: Henderson Village
- Points North Magazine: Henderson Village
- Georgia Trend 2004 Silver Spoon Awards
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