|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.
History[edit | edit source]
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.
References[edit | edit source]
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- 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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