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While all of the eight guest rooms at Twelve Oaks Bed & Breakfast stand apart with unique décor and design, each accommodation offers an inviting and luxurious stay. Every room in this classic antebellum home earned its name from movies and television shows filmed in the area (with the exception of the Breakfast at Tiffany’s suite, which gets its name from the matching Tiffany & Co.’s robin egg blue-painted tub and bed). Soak in a claw-foot tub in the Katherine’s Mirror Image Suite; or check out the mahogany and original bath tile, shower and tub in The Salvatore Brother’s Study. The Steel Magnolia’s Spa Grand Suite features a deluxe chromatherapy spa tub that you'll want to linger in. And while you may not expect modern amenities from an inn originally constructed in 1836, you’ll find plenty including the iPod docks and high-definition televisions found in the rooms.