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A Charming Christmas at the Simmons-Bond Inn Bed & Breakfast!


We are gearing up for all of December for

A Charming Christmas at the Simmons-Bond Inn Bed & Breakfast for our staying guests and the public‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️🎄🎅🤶🎄❄️☃️

Our staying guests will experience a chanting Christmas season while staying at the the inn!This historic home will be adorned with holiday cheer where you will be served our 3-Course Gourmet Breakfast every morning of your stay, prepared and served by the Victorian Mr. and Mrs. CLAUS!!🤶🎅

During A Charming Christmas at the Simmons-Bond Inn Bed & Breakfast, we will also be hosting 2 EVENTS for the public and our staying guests (at an exclusive disount in addition to your stay)‼️‼️‼️‼️🤶🎅🎄🤶🎅🎄🤶🎅🎄

Friday, December 15th, 6-pm- 8:30(ish)🎄🎄🎄

Charles Dicken’s Christmas Dinner ($85 per person)-for staying guests on this date there will be an option to add this package to your stay at a discounted exclusive rate (online or by calling us)‼️

Thursday, December 23rd 🤶🎅🤶🎅🤶🎅

A history tour of the ENTIRE Inn adorned for Christmas! (Each ticket is the entry fee that includes: a tour of entire inn, homemade hot chocolate with peppermint whipped cream, and a chance to snap a pic with Santa)Time slots start at 10am, $20 for adults, $10 for 10 and under)-for staying guests on this day this is absolutely free, you’ll just need to pick a time slot.

Reserve your spot NOW as seats/tickets are very limited by calling 706-282-5183, non-refundable due to limited space.

For more info go to our website at


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What a terrific experience to stay at Bill and Bella’s B&B in downtown Toccoa, Georgia!

The Simmons-Bond B&B was a perfect choice for us to stay for our short, but interesting visit, seeing the historic sites that make Toccoa a town to remember! We arrived by Amtrak, were met by Bill who toured us around town, ate at Linda’s Place at the Rebel, shopped at Cornerstone Antiques, toured Camp Toccoa at Currahee, went to the Military Museum at the train station and sampled wine at Currahee Vineyard and Winery.

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