Southern charm in a historic setting makes for a one of a kind spa experience!

Named after the fictional character and true Southern belle Scarlett O’Hara from the novel and movie “Gone with the Wind,” Scarlett’s Retreat represents true Southern charm and Hospitality. Scarlett’s Retreat Day Spa resides in the Historic Globe Hotel, which was originally constructed in 1826 when McDonough was first incorporated and originally sat where the Welcome Center currently is located. The building was moved to its current location in the 1920’s. It was originally named the Globe Hotel and the sign still hangs on the building. Scarlett’s Retreat is one of only three buildings left in Henry County that still have the original log foundation. It is a certified historic building and is the oldest original building in the city. The decor and surroundings has been carefully selected to preserve the era and give guests a feeling of relaxation in pure Southern charm.

 

 
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