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Recent Georgia reviews

  • Fantastic Experience for Recent LARGE Family Reunion!

    "Wow, I don't even know where to begin. My wife's family just had their bi-annual family reunion here last week and I don't have a negative word to say. This place can easily accommodate a lot more than 44 people. The kids ranged from 3 weeks old to 16 years old, and there was something for everyone. The pictures looked nice and the reviews were great, but you really have to go to get the full effect. Our family if huge, yet we were able to hang together, eat together, etc., without having to even leave the main floor. I have a lot of back problems but I couldn't keep my eyes open once I hit that wonderful bed. I had it in my mind that I'd be fishing a lot while there, but there were so many things to do that I actually never cast my line once. It's a pretty classy place as far as furnishings go, but not so classy that you don't feel at home. The industrial kitchen was amazing for our big family. We constantly used the nice pool facility, the pavilion, and even made good use of the nice conference center for a family meeting. Teresa, the extremely nice woman in charge, was BEYOND accommodating to our family. I have never been to a lodge or B&B where someone went this far out of the way to make sure we had what we needed and then some. I would go back in a heartbeat, and plan to in the future. If you want to get away from the world for a bit, I highly recommend this venue. If you go in the summer, just remember that you're in the woods in the south, so there are bugs outside (not a problem inside). Oddly enough, however, I didn't get a single mosquito bite. Anyhow, if you want a nice family or business retreat experience, I highly recommend it, and I'm typically a picky person."
    Guest: Bohemian Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 2, 2014
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  • A great place to stay and fabulous people to work with!

    "We are a family of 3 and have a friend who travels with us. The house and extra cottage were perfect for us! The house is very easy to find off the interstate. It has plenty of room for parking. The kitchen is really nice to cook in. The HUGE island means no ONE person is stuck doing all the cooking. Everyone gets in and helps without being in the way. The fridge is really big and fit all of the groceries that we brought with us. We typically bring everything with us. My husband laughs because I usually take groceries home we pack so much. We have rented lots of houses and have learned to take some of the things we like to have with us. This house had everything we needed and those things stayed in the car. The beds were comfortable. The bathrooms were clean. The house had plenty of extra's without feeling like you were a visitor in someone's house. In the week that we were there we only saw neighbors once. The other houses are close but not so close you need to talk or to even wave! The house is better than the photos. You can watch the sun go down out the large windows over looking the creek. The deck on the house is huge. We drank a bottle of wine and enjoyed each others company until the bugs ran us in! The kayaks pictured were fabulous fishing kayaks that were better than the kayak's we brought with us. My husband and son stayed gone most days on them. We were at the house a little more than a week and they were still excited to go out exploring. We used the large pot to cook a low country boil in. Everything is provided to do it outside so you don't have to smell it in the house. The owners and Dana have thought of everything. We weren't lucky enough to catch any crabs. We caught one but he wasn't big enough to keep, however we were convinced the same one came back everyday and he would be big enough to eat before we left. My 11 yr old son caught a big stingray from the dock when high tide was coming in. He was so excited. We caught a few others as well. His joy made the trip totally worth it. The fish cleaning station is really nice. The ceiling fans overhead were a great touch. The new dock is fabulous. Again, the small touches at this house were great. There is a storage container down on the dock so you don't have to drag everything down there everyday. I hate to keep saying nice things because I know this house will be rented the next time we want to go! We will be back!"
    Guest: Nancy K. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 25, 2014
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  • Eric Forth

    "This cabin is so charming. It has everything for one person or large group . It is set in a remote location that is just seconds from downtown Clayton. It has everything a person needs. Just bring your food u will find its stocked with great spices and full kitchen to feed hungry masses. I promise things were totally taken care of before my visit. I had a great time and can't wait till my next stay."
    Guest: Cabin fun Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 4, 2014
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  • A cozy "home"

    "An excellent weekend Very comfortable home well design and peaceful Love the creek !!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 13, 2014
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Georgia Travel Tips

Whether discovering live music in Atlanta or romance along cobblestone streets of Savannah, Georgia offers a place for everyone. From renowned museums to strolling through the squares of antebellum architecture. Its moderate climate makes vacationing here perfect year-round. Take a look at the top five cities to see for yourself.

Atlanta

The capital of the Peach State, Atlanta boasts more than just a vibrant music scene and happenin’ nightlife. Recharge and refresh at the World of Coca-Cola for a history of the globe’s most famous soft beverage. The kids will be in awe at the Georgia Aquarium, which is the world’s largest. It holds more than 60 habitats, tens of thousands of animals and more than 10 million gallons of fresh and marine water. Your family will not want to miss the new dolphin gallery for a musical and theatrical performance highlighting both dolphins and humans.The Fox Theatre is an ideal spot for a romantic night out on the town, recently restored to a classy 1920s look meant for Broadway musicals, dance performances and comedy shows. Last but not least, keep the blues alive at Blind Willies, named after the talented Georgia songwriter. This venue calls in both local and national acts. If you brought your drum sticks, you can sit in on a jam session at Cafe 290, exploding with swing that’ll keep you on your foot. Rock ‘n’ rollers, don’t skip out on Star Community Bar, which has celebrity guest bartenders and a variety of different shows.

Augusta

The town of Augusta is rich with heritage. Take a picture with a statue of James Brown, Soul Brother No. 1, who grew up along these streets. Golfers, brace yourself for the Augusta National Golf Course, the world-renowned home of the Master’s Tournament. Applewood Golf Course is perfect for hitting links without the lofty expectation. Make your way to Augusta Canal Food, Fabric and Fire for an in-depth look at Augusta’s major role in supplying Confederate troops during the Civil War. Tours start at 1:30 p.m. and last an hour. Relax as you head across the Augusta Riverwalk that weaves over the Savannah River, which is dotted with beautiful azaleas. For a shot of inspiration, Artists Row features working art studios, galleries where you can purchase one-of-a-kind items and tasty eateries that’ll be sure to hit the spot.

Columbus

Take a stroll down the Riverwalk for a stunning view of the riverside town of Columbus. Sharpen your senses at the National Civil War Naval Museum, where you’ll see full-scale recreation of battle ships and hear stories of Confederate warships and Union fleets. If you’re looking for some adventure, book a trip white-water rafting along the Chattahoochee River, crowned the largest urban white-water rafting course on the planet. The Coca-Cola Space Science Center offers a planetarium where you can gaze at stars and take on simulated Challenger missions. Don’t forget to see a show at the River Center for the Performing Arts for an electric set of acts spanning from Yoyo Ma to Cirque Eloize to comedian Gabriel Iglesias. For a late-night bite to eat, sneak by The Loft for everything from delicious crab cakes to bacon burgers. It’s good for jazz and drinks too.

Savannah

Originally opened as a seaport in the 1700s, Savannah today is still brimming with river cruises, carriage rides and plenty of scrumptious seafood. Its romantic cobblestone streets make the city a must-visit for lovers old and young. Experience the historic squares on foot as you wander along through the city steeped in Colonial heritage. Or, head to Explore Savannah, a private tour, to learn about the behind-the-scenes stories of the alleys and architecture, as the city was the first Colonial capital of Georgia. Bonaventure Cemetery, a bedrock of the city, offers crypts and a sort of haunting beauty which has inspired a score of poets, writers, photographers and filmmakers for years. For travelers coming off the 9 to 5 lifestyle, embrace the slowed-down pace of Savannah culture.

Athens

Athens combines a bustling college campus with sweet Southern comfort. It is home to R.E.M. and the B-52s and has been ranked by Rolling Stone as the “No. 1 College Music Scene in America.” After your fair share of music, set your mind at in ease in the State Botanical Garden of Georgia, a 313-acre preserve with walkways and blooming camellias that will send any nature lover swooning. The antebellum architecture of the city shares tales by itself, but is only made more fascinating when contrasted with the Victorian-era buildings downtown. Swing through the farmers market for a taste of local produce on the weekends. To get your heart rate back up, go to a University of Georgia Bulldogs game in Sanford Stadium - even tailgating here is sure to be a good time.

Visit the state that inspired legendary singer Ray Charles to write “Georgia on my Mind.” As a perfect harmony of urban hot spots and coastal serenity, Georgia offers a vacation that will be sure to stay on your mind too.

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