- Amicalola Falls
- Hartwell Lake
- - Hartwell
- - Lavonia
- - Martin
- - Toccoa
- Lake Burton
- Lake Chatuge, Hiawassee
- Lake Lanier
- - Ada Creek
- - Buford
- - Chestatee
- - Cumming
- - Dawsonville
- - Flowery Branch
- - Gainesville
- - Oakwood
- - Two Mile Creek
This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Northeast Mountains reviews
"We spent four nights in the "Rustic Elegance" starting October 26, 2014. We shared the cabin with another couple. The cabin is beautiful and very private. We cooked 3 meals and had everything we needed in the kitchen. The front and back porches were great as well as the screened in porch. The hot tub was wonderful. We only used the two bedrooms downstairs. None of us was interested in climbing stairs so this worked out fine. The beds were very comfortable and each couple had a private bath. I would highly recommend this property. The leaves had just begun falling so the color in the woods around the cabin and throughout the area was breath taking."Guest: Barbara J. B. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 4, 2014View listing
"Husband and I and our dog Chico sooo needed a sunshine holiday but didn't want to drive 7-10 hours to get to it. Found Gill on the homeaway website and was drawn to his easy going attitude (especially about our dog-everyone is so staunch about dogs these days). He was amazing as were the other "vacationers." The room and lake were beyond what we expected. $ was beyond reasonable! Love you Gill!! See you (next week?...I wish!) soon my friend...Elaine the Cheerleader"Guest: Elaine B. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 12, 2014View listing
"We just wanted to get away and meet 2 of our children from Atlanta. This place in the woods turned out to be perfect. Had fun in the hot tub and also playing pool with the girls despite the rain. Great place to get away from it all. Will come again."Guest: Mom and Dad Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 9, 2014View listing
"Thank -you so much for "loaning" your home to us this week, what an amazing find. The river, the porch, hot tub, hammock and hiking trails made it hard to venture out with our sons. The cabin is great and in a great location; close to many things to do. We have rented many cabins over the past several years in the mountains and this was definitely one of the best. Thanks for a memorable week."Guest: Tampa Fl Family Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 29, 2014View listing
Northeast Mountains Travel Tips
More than Just Georgia on my Mind
Beginning just 50 miles from Atlanta, sight of the state’s main airport, are the mountains of Northeast Georgia. It is easily accessible from I-75 and I-85. Known by the original Cherokee inhabitants as the "Sah-ka-na-ga" or "Great Blue Hills of God," it is better known today as the Blue Ridge Mountains which are also part of the Appalachian Mountains. A significant area of the mountains, some 750,000 acres, comprises the Chattahoochee National Forest. Vacationers choosing Northeast Georgia cabin rentals come for the spectacular scenery and wonderful year-round climate.
Paradise for Outdoor Enthusiasts
Visitors to Northeast Georgia vacation rentals will find themselves in the heart of the great outdoors. The variety of activities is impressive, with endless trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and much more. For water-lovers, go rafting at the Chattahoochee River National Park or enjoy the thrill of tubing at the Cool River Tubing Co. which also offers waterslides for the children. This area was the sight of the America’s first gold rush and visitors can still enter into the thrill of panning for gold and gemstones while learning more about the life in the 1800s. Children will enjoy the Kangaroo Conservation Center, the largest collection of these delightful animals outside of Australia. A not-to-be-missed day out is found at the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway where the vintage and open-air railcars wind along the Toccoa River up into the sister towns of McCaysville, GA and Copperhill, TN.
Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park commemorates battles from the Civil War and visitors will find the museum, seven-mile self-guided driving tour, monuments, hiking and horseback trails make up a wonderful day out. To round off your experience of the Civil War, visit Lookout Mountain Battlefield and the historic Cravens House.
Visiting the Parks--What Do You Need To Know?
Choosing a Northeast Georgia lodging near the magnificent parks and forests makes for a wonderful vacation. Visitors may wish to consider buying a Park and Historic Site Pass which not only provides great value for your money, it also helps preserve the parks and historic sites for future generations. Make sure you are aware of the safety tips provided at the parks. Dress appropriately. If you are planning a hike, make sure you wear the right shoes! In winter, ensure you have planned for the possibility of a shower. No one ever plans to get lost, so be aware of what to do if this happens. If you are planning to camp overnight, don’t bring firewood into the park, use local wood. If you plan to hunt or fish, please ensure you have a hunting and fishing license. Visitors can buy a license from the Wildlife Resources Division of DNR, at Electronic Georgia Licensing (EGAL) system or by calling 1-800-366-2661.
The Best Part of Your Vacation in Georgia’s Northeast Mountains
Where to stay? That’s the question! With such a large variety of towns, each with its own unique character, you will need to decide which of the wide array of Northeast George lodging choices is best for you. Where do you prefer to stay? In a town with restaurants, shops and nightlife on your doorstep, or somewhere more rural, with peaceful nights of solitude and the beauty of nature surrounding you?
Perhaps Helen GA cabin rentals would suit you, with their recreated Alpine charms or historic Dahlonega rentals? Or one of the rural settings available? The choice is yours. One thing is certain; whichever home you choose to make your own for your vacation, you will leave Georgia’s mountains wishing you had just a few more days.