Discover Georgia cabin rentals near downtown Blue Ridge, Lake Blue Ridge, the Toccoa River, or FightingTown Creek. Explore cabins featuring luxurious spaces!
1- Blake’s cabin on the Creek
Private cabin on the Fightingtown Creek in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Minutes from downtown Blue Ridge where you can enjoy shopping, local fresh food, concerts, craft beer and more! Only a few miles away from McCayesville and the Ocoee.
Endless opportunity for adventure-Zip liner, Horseback riding, Tubing, White water rafting and more minutes away from your private retreat. Spend your time fishing from a private dock or just relax in the hot tub by the fire pit and enjoy the sounds of nature.
Quite private house on Fightingtown Creek. Trout fishing from your back yard. Enjoy privacy or venture out minutes of all the activities you may like, including kayaking, horseback riding, zip linen, white water rafting, so much more! Opportunity for a big family of Thankful Shade right next door, sleeping 6.
2- Peaceful Ridge & your Epic Experience!
If harmony, quiet, elegance, and romance are all of your desires or all of your desires, then our brand new custom cabin has been built with you in mind! The see-through fireplace, the triple head tub, the wrap around the porch, the finer touches, the quality linens and towels.
This is a Don Gardner of a kind custom build, and we believe you won’t want to leave! the cabin is 1.5 miles to downtown Blue Ridge & 1.5 miles to Lake Blue Ridge.
3- Mystic Moonlight Cabin
Mystic Moonlight is located on a 1 acre lot that is home to stunning, mature hardwoods, Native American Holly, and a gently flowing creek that will draw you into a totally relaxed state of mind! Don’t miss the blooming of the Rhododendron in early summer.
The front deck offers wicker seats to enjoy the sights and sounds of your surroundings, or to enjoy a bite to eat. The rear deck is screened in, and has a double lounge with hot tub! There is also a lower platform deck with a fire pit and extra seats when sitting under the twinkling lights.
Inside you’ll find a fully stocked kitchen with brand new appliances! Dine in the custom kitchen nook. All you really need if you don’t want to abandon your new paradise!
King size pillow top bed will make sure you have a restful night’s sleep! Enjoy the 50 “flat screen TV movie or watch any of your favorite programs. There’s even a gas fireplace for those cold fall and winter nights!
The cabin is conveniently situated close to many North Georgia Mountain attractions such as Helen, Unicoi State Park, Anna Ruby Falls, Smithgall Woods State Park, Hardman Farms and many wineries in the area!
4- enchanting Treehouse Retreat
This is the kind of dreams made of! Nestled in the North Georgia treetops an hour north of Atlanta, Bed+Bough is the luxurious treehouse that you’ve been waiting for! Enjoy your own private nature retreat with comfortable accommodation you’ve come to expect. Crafted by a team of craftsmen with craft specifics and a whimsical flair, the Treehouse sits on 5 acres just outside Dahlonega’s award-winning wineries, waterfalls and historic square. For travelers searching for relaxation, romance or adventure.
this treehouse has so many exclusive features, including a king-size loft bed, a queen-size fold-out sofa, a full bathroom, a dining room, a kitchenette with a microwave, a toaster oven, a sink, and a French press for the morning coffee.
Nestled among 5 acres of gorgeous trees, you’ll feel like you’re in the middle of nowhere, and you’re only a few minutes away from restaurants and shopping. The Bed+Bough grounds offer a fireplace with Adirondack chairs, a picnic table, a pizza oven, a covered dining area and a barbecue.
5- Little Red Roof, a tiny house in the mountains!
The Little Red Roof is situated only a few minutes from downtown Clayton and near to restaurants, hiking trails, rafting outfitters, zip liners, tallulah gorge, Lake Burton, Lake Rabun, etc.
This brand-new little house has all the must-haves for a home away from home. Sit back and enjoy the trees at the front, or go back and say hello to Kasper, the “old man” horse.