The Oryza Cottage

Named after a variety of rice cultivated in Asia
also known as Carolina gold. 

This cottage was once home to the former owner's staff. Amenities include a mini-kitchen, a full bar, a workstation, Wi-Fi Internet and satellite/cable television. The cottage also has a game room with a pool table and large flat screen television.

Spanish Moss Suite

This suite is named after the iconic, Southern plant which hangs from Live Oaks—Georgia's state tree. Antiques and wicker furniture adorn the room. The tidal blue bathroom is accented throughout by wrought iron and rubbed brass. The room houses two-full size beds and a full bath/shower.

The Camellia Suite

Overlooking Bessie’s garden full of camellia flowers, this suite directly connects to a traditional, Southern porch. The game room, sitting room—equipped with a small bureau—are just steps away. The room houses two queen-sized beds and a full bath/shower. 

Take In TV Over Billiards & Beverages

The Oryza Cottage is the perfect hangout spot for an evening inside. Enjoy a fully-stocked bar offering a variety of beverages as well as snacks for every taste. The pool room sports a large, flat screen TV—perfect for watching the game in-between pocketing some billiards. A variety of other table-top games are also available.

Sit Awhile or Send an Email

Take a load off in Oryza's cozy foyer. This little nook also includes a work desk—just in case you need a comfy place to sit and send off some emails. The front porch offers another locale to relax, converse or just listen to the sound of the breeze.


  • Air-Conditioning
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Video collection of locally filmed movies
  • Top brand toiletries
  • Down pillows and down duvet covers (for those with allergies, other bedding is available upon request)
  • Hand appliances
    such as hair dryers & irons
  • Access to washer & dryer
  • Coffee/tea machines
  • Turn down service
    enjoy handmade, gourmet
    chocolates by Chef Tim

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