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Henderson Village Resort, Perry, Georgia USA 10
Georgia, USA
Henderson Village is a resort country inn located about one mile off I-75, and eleven miles south of Perry, Georgia. It contains 24 rooms, a rose garden, the Wimberly Event Center, and the Langston House Restaurant.
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