Four animal-inspired guest rooms are available to Kirby House guests. 

Three king suites: Sheep, Fox and Jackalope Rooms

One queen suite (equally as sweet): Owl Room


Kirby House breakfast is served by Cheryl Cannington, our talented innkeeper, in the dining room from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. She likes to mix it up, and her breakfast doesn't disappoint. 

For the early risers, self-serve coffee and tea are available in the den along with healthy breakfast snacks to compliment your paper-reading, email-answering and morning-rituals of most kinds — so have no fear.


Once your day get's going, we have a few recommendations:


Kirby House is located in the heart of Madison, Georgia's historic district putting guests a short stroll to downtown shops, restaurants, spas and galleries with stunning architecture along the way. Madison's downtown streets host over 165 antique dealers! Visit Madison Interiors Market for some amazing antique gems.


Madison boasts over 45 homes on the National Register of Historic Homes, all within walking distance. You can pick up a free walking tour guide to visit these pre-Civil War homes and the historic cemetery from the Welcome Center (which is open seven days a week).  Get the Madison Downtown Tour App.


Madison-Morgan Cultural Center is the perfect place to view a local permanent collection and/or depending on the night to see a show!


When it's time for another cup of caffeination, or lunch, or dinner:


  • Perk Cafe: A local favorite for another cup of coffee or a cocktail and a show

  • Yesterday Cafe: A short but picturesque drive to a charming country breakfast just outside of town in Rutledge


DINNER / Drinks

  • Town 220: Join trained French Chef, Fransisco De La Torre, for a nice lunch or dinner feast! Steak, seafood, salad, pasta — you name it.

  • Ricardo's Kouzzina: Great eats for a casual lunch or dinner! Everything from steak nachos and chicken tortilla soup, to homemade lasagna and gyros. Something for everyone.


When it's time to get after it:

walk or bike

  • Heritage Park: Multi use park for hikers and bikers on approximately twenty-five acres with three large lighted ball fields, one large playground, one smaller play area, a regulation size soccer field, a .9 mile walking trail, a nature trail, a butterfly garden and a two-hundred eighty space parking lot.

hit some golf balls

get your namaste on

  • Yoga at Serenata Farm: This secluded retreat just outside Madison hosts yoga classes about three days a week, as well as meditative walks through its lush gardens. All classes and coaching are conducted by Serenata’s owner, Bobby Robinson, M.Ed., 200 hour RYT.