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The Veranda Inn: Where to Stay if You’re a WalkerStalker in Senoia

Chances are if you’ve landed here it’s because you’re looking for a place to spend a night or two while exploring filming locations in Senoia (or as it’s affectionately called, you’re a Walker Stalker). Super, you’re in the right place. The historic Veranda Inn is Senoia’s (A.K.A. Woodbury’s) number one place for lodging, uh hem, only place for lodging, and it lives perched on a perfect little hill just blocks away from where AMC is filming The Walking Dead.


On my recent trip back to Senoia to explore the film locations I got the chance to stay a night at the Veranda Inn. This was just two weeks after I had originally had been there with Atlanta Movie Tours. It was then when I noticed the beautiful white-pillar wrap around porch which caught my eye, and I figured it was worth the visit to stop back in and give it a proper sampling.


The Veranda Inn Senoia
The front face of the Veranda Inn


The historic Veranda Inn sits perched on a little hill at the top of old cement steps. Tall white pillars invite you to take a closer look, maybe a swing on their porch where you are met with rocking chairs and chandeliers. To the right is a lush little courtyard with overgrown vines and a little old red barn. The left a winding path that leads you to the street just one block from Main Street (the scene of Woodbury and home of The Walking Dead Cafe and The Walking Dead Gift Shop).


The Veranda Inn Senoia
The adorable red barn in the back yard of the inn.

It fits Senoia just right and is perfect for getting knee-deep into the feels of this sleepy little southern Georgia town.


Just across the street from the Veranda Inn is the parking lot where Atlanta Movie Tours boards their awesome sauce tour of The Walking Dead filming locations. If you’re making a weekender out of this fan trip, this is the perfect spot to call it a day.


The Veranda Inn Senoia
Lush green vines make it very charming.


Veranda Inn Deets


The Veranda Inn offers unique accommodations for small to larger groups. With a simply stunning antique interior and helpful staff, this really is a great place to hang your…crossbow, or staff, or whatever weapon of choice for the zombie apocalypse. (Don’t bring weapons… jokes). The inn offers a 9 a.m. breakfast daily (included), and afternoon sweets.

The Veranda Inn Senoia
Our room was great. Two queen beds, a living area, it was really big.

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We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Veranda Inn and highly recommend it to anyone heading to Senoia. I can’t think of one single thing I didn’t like about the experience. Its location, charm and staff made it a place to visit again and again.

Christa Thompson

Christa Thompson is the Founder and Chief Editor of The Fairytale Traveler. She started traveling the world in 2003 when she attended a summer abroad study at the University of Cambridge in England. Since then, her wanderlust has been fierce. Her three passions in life are her son, traveling, and being creative. The Fairytale Traveler brand gives Christa the opportunity to do all of these things and to live intentionally every day. "It's never too late to believe in what you love and to pursue your dreams." -Christa Thompson

5 thoughts on “The Veranda Inn: Where to Stay if You’re a WalkerStalker in Senoia

  1. This location looks so damn amazing! We are heading there in June 🙂
    Let me know if you find out any pricing info, it can be a little hard to call being in a different country! Haha..

    I stumbled across your site today and am really enjoying it! Thanks 🙂

    1. So, I just called them and the rooms are as follows: x1 queen bed – 125 x1 king bed – 135 x1 bridal suit 155 x2 queen beds 145. This includes breakfast and rates are for 2 people, additional persons are 20 extra! Hope this helps! And thank you for the kind words!

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