Fred Roberts Hotel, Academy Avenue

Candelite Motel, North Jefferson Street, Dublin.

Brer Rabbit Motel, North Jefferson Street, Dublin, GA
Late 1940s

Brer Rabbit Motel, 1960s

New Dublin Hotel, S. Jefferson St., Dublin

Tindol Motel, Telfair St. Dublin, Ga 1960s

Shamrock Hotel Court, Veteran's Blvd., Dublin, GA


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Peyton Page said…
OMG - I was working on my family tree and as I was entering my grandparents on my father's side, Roscoe & Ethel Page, the Brer Rabbit Motor Court in Dublin, GA, came to mind. My grandparents operated it for many years and I have stayed there many times. My mother has a picture of my brother at Christmas sitting on the very same green sofa as shown in the picture you have posted. I so remember the character boards that stood out front...memories.
Peyton Page said…
After reviewing this site further, another memory came to mind. Since the Brer Rabbit didn't have a pool, my grandparents would call their friends at the Candlelite and arrange for us to go swimming in their pool. I remember those hot days of Dublin, soaking in that hot water at the Candlelite's pool.
Jaz said…
The building style should feature natural materials and colouring such as wood, stone and thatch.

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Roadside motels & hotels are pretty great, as it caters motorists conveniently.

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