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"We were at Penny Acres for three months while relocating from Texas to LaGrange. Best rental experience we ever had." - - Mike and Dawn

Penny Acres is one suite with 2 bedrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen, a tile bath with shower, a living room with dine-in area, and a private entrance off a large park-like patio. The apartment is tastefully decorated in a comfortable, eclectic style. You’ll relish in the quiet, peaceful surroundings and there is no extra charge



All rates include free utilities.


Housewares and Linens

Housewares and Linens are provided at no extra charge. No on-premises laundry. Laundromat just minutes away.


Garbage Collection

All rates include garbage collection service.


Internet Access

A high-speed wireless Internet access point is included with all rates.



DirectTV access is provided with all rates. DVD Player is provided.


What is there to do near Penny Acres?


Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia is about 40 minutes away.  Home of the Georgia Aquarium, Woodruff Arts Center, the famed Fox Theater, the Fernbank Science Center and Museum, Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Georgia Tech, Emory University, fabulous shopping malls, world-class restaurants and much more. Hartsfield/Jackson International Airport is on your way also.


Stone Mountain

Stone Mountain, located in DeKalb County about ten miles northeast of downtown Atlanta, is the largest exposed mass of granite in the world. It is a major tourtist attraction near Atlanta, Georgia.Callaway Gardens Pine Mountain, Georgia


Callaway Gardens

Callaway Gardens is less than 40 minutes away.  Click here to discover Callaway. Click here to visit Callaway Gardens website.


Pine Mountain, Georgia

Pine Mountain is the gateway to Callaway Gardens and is about 40 minutes away from Penny Acres.


Hampton and The Atlanta Motor Speedway

The home of Atlanta Motor Speedway, is about 40 minutes away.


The Little White Little White House Warm Springs. GeorgiaHouse

The Little White House is about 40 minutes away. Click here for more info.


Newnan,  Georgia

Newnan is about 20 minutes away.  Newnan was spared during Sherman’s March to the Sea. Newnan is known as the City of Homes,  two first class golf courses, 4 fitness centers, restaurants, pubs, shopping, antique shops, airport, arts center, walking trails and more.



Newnan has a growing community of healthcare providers and hospitals. In 2012, Piedmont Newnan expanded to better meet the needs of Coweta County residents, opening a state-of-the-art 362,000 square-foot, 136-bed hospital. In 2016, Piedmont Newnan was awarded the Women’s Choice Award as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Patient Safety.


On June 18, 2009, Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) announced Newnan, Georgia, as the site of its fifth cancer treatment facility. A few years later, on August 15, 2012, CTCA at Southeastern Regional Medical Center (Southeastern) officially joined the CTCA network of hospitals providing integrative and personalized care – all under one roof.


Peachtree City, Georgia

Peachtree City is a planned community and is part of metro Atlanta.  Peachtree is less than 30 minutes away.  Peachtree City offers excellent shopping and great restaurants.


Grantville, GeorgiaBonnie Castle in Grantville

Grantville is steeped in history. Grantville began as a small settlement called Calico Corner during 1840. The name was changed to honor L. P. Grant who was the Chief Engineer for the Atlanta & LaGrange Railroad. The city still has its passenger and freight depots. It obtained its charter in 1852 as The Town of Grantville. Grantville was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991 and has the distinction of being the largest Historic District in Coweta County.


Two historic mills and associated mill villages and downtown area remain intact. During a walking tour you will see historic churches, beautiful antebellum homes, cottages.


Grantville even has its own castle—Bonnie Castle. This small southern hamlet has been host to Franklin Roosevelt, Madame Chiang Kai-shek and Jimmy Carter. The movie industry is discovering this charming southern town and if you are a fan of the “Walking Dead Series”, you may have an opportunity to visit where scenes were filmed in Grantville.


Whether you are a history buff , delight in southern architecture, enjoy tennis or want to be an extra in a movie, Penny Acres is within walking distance of it all. Of course, you can always lounge on your own patio and enjoy refreshments with friends or family.


Hogansville GA

The Hogansville Hummingbird Festival is a true small-town festival, featuring 200 vendors, food court, live music, kids’ area, artisan crafts, and more. Hogansville is also home to Mando Corporation. Mando is one of the largest Korean automotive parts suppliers and manufactures brake, steering, suspension and driver assist systems. The company’s Georgia facility is the third location in the US. Mando has invested more than $200 million dollars into their Hogansville operation and employs more than 400 people.


Senoia, GA

If you are a fan of the Walking Dead series, you need to put this on your “to do” list. The series recently set an all-time cable television viewing record. The small suburban town of Senoia, located just 30 minutes from Penny Acres, has been home to a few movies over the years, including "Fried Green Tomatoes", "Sweet Home Alabama" and "Drop Dead Diva". Hollywood is looking to Georgia as evidenced my Riverwood Studio opening its doors here several years ago.


LaGrange, Georgia

Less than 30 minutes away is where you will find the beautiful southern town of LaGrange. It is home to LaGrange College, which was founded in 1831 and ranked #7 on the list of America’s Best Colleges in 2006 by U.S. News. The Chattahoochee Valley Art Museum features exhibits by the Southeast’s best artists. This museum is free to the public and is located in a renovated 1892 Victorian building, originally the Troup County Jail. Also located in LaGrange, you will find the Lamar Dodd Art Center and wonderful restaurants. Click here for more info.


Columbus, Georgia

Columbus is about 40 minutes away. Columbus, Georgia is an authentic river-town. The gently rolling waters of the Chattahoochee have provided food, energy, employment, and recreation for the citizens of Columbus throughout the years.


Today, the river is home to the 15-mile trail known as the Chattahoochee RiverWalk. The RiverWalk provides an excellent facility to bike, in-line skate, jog, or just take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the scenery.


Columbus offers a variety of fine attractions such as the State Theatre of Georgia-the historic Springer Opera House, the Port Columbus Civil War Naval Center, the National Infantry Museum—which displays a large collection of military art and artifacts, the Columbus Museum—the of the newest and largest state-of-the-art facilities in the Southeast, and a beautiful Historic District circa 1850-1870.