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
$160 per night 2 night min stay
$125 - $140 per night 2 night min stay
Recent Northwest High Country reviews
"Just got back from the precious little cabin. These pictures just can't do it justice, the views for the porch is amazing! Rocking chairs, swing, and hot tub all water side! Kitchen is small but well stocked with cook wear. We cooked in both nights on grill and loved listening to the stream. We were grateful to take our 10lb dog with us. Wifi and dish made my teen kids happy and me too :). Close to just about everything in and near blue ridge!"Guest: Andrea W. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 14, 2014View listing
"Our family comprises of 6 adults (3 married couples). This cabin was spacious and comfortable. We enjoyed the hot tub and the sound of the Whip-poor-will at night. The listing photos and description are accurate. We were very comfortable in every way. The cabin sits at the top of a small lane and the neighbors down the road are pretty much invisible. The yard around the cabin has some lovely plants, but given that we are talking the mountains, there isn't much flat grassy areas for lawn games. However, we discovered the community center off Highway 5 on the way to Blue Ridge--perfect for that sort of thing. It is well worth a trip to the visitor center in Blue Ridge to discover some of the local sites. The shops of Blue Ridge are charming. We enjoyed our meal at Harvest on Main and a cupcake from The Sweet Shop (owner won on Food Network's Cupcake Wars) and some local fudge. We strolled through the Farmer's Market and Brown's Feed and Seed. We did not take a ride on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad, but hope to next year. We also visited Mercer Orchards and spent quite a bit of time browsing through the gift shop. We attended church at Crossover Community church and even shopped their community thrift store when we discovered none of us had packed a sweater! The people of the Blue Ridge community are kind and helpful. Since Atlanta is about an hour away, half our party took in a Brave's game, while the other half went whitewater rafting with Rolling Thunder River Company on the Ocoee River just over the border in Tennessee. The Ocoee Visitor Center is well worth the visit, with lovely woodland trails. It was a venue for the 1996 Summer Atlanta Olympic games. Most evenings, we just enjoyed making dinner followed by board games. We found that the kitchen was stocked better than we expected (this was our first cabin rental). We were glad to have brought our own outdoor grill and indoor breakfast grill plate for pancakes (there may have been one, but we didn't see it). A new Wal-Mart just opened in Blue Ridge (about a half hour away), so anything that we needed was not far away. The house was clean, the beds were made and having a washer and dryer made the stay even easier. Communication with the owner before and after was easy and she did everything possible to make our stay pleasant. We very much appreciated the fact that she is dog friendly. We have already spoken with the owner about returning next year. We had a lovely time!"Guest: Edwina M. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 6, 2014View listing
"The property was very clean and well-maintained. We would definitely recommend this property to family and friends and plan to stay here many times in the future."Guest: Tony & Debra Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 9, 2014View listing
"We held our family reunion at Many Streams Ranch t g is summer. The accommodations were perfect for our group of 40. The pool and Bear Cabin grounds ended up being the hub of activity, but we never lacked space and room to spread out. The fire pit was great for smores one night, we grilled burgers and hot dogs our first night, I could go on and on. The cabins were very clean and furnished beautifully. Rustic, but modernized, too. My sister and I usually plan our reunions every few years and always spend weeks trying to find a place that will work for our varied needs. We will not be spending time on that anymore...we will definitely be returning to the ranch for any future reunions. I've already recommended it to a friend looking for a place to hold HER family reunion."Guest: Trisha R. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 17, 2014View listing
Cloudland Travel Tips
Explore a Beautiful State Park While Lodging in Cloudland Vacation Rentals
Welcome to a land of cascading waterfalls, rugged topography and breathtaking vistas. Cloudland, Georgia, located just near Cloudland Canyon State Park, offers access to some absolutely stunning swaths of woodlands. One of the best ways to experience this magical corner of the world is by staying in one of the Cloudland vacation rentals.
Dreamy Location, Practical Prices
One of the best parts of staying in one of the Cloudland vacation rentals is the amount of money that you can save over staying in a hotel. By staying in one of the Cloudland cabins, you will be able to sleep more people for one price and you will also have access to money-saving amenities like a kitchen and laundry facility.
Two of the biggest expenses that vacationers face is the cost of dining out and the cost of hotel laundry service. By staying in one of the Cloudland vacation rentals in picturesque Northwest Georgia, you will be able to thoroughly enjoy your time away without breaking the bank.
As many of the Cloudland vacation rentals offer weekly fares, you can save money per night by staying longer. If possible, extend your trip and get a better rate. This way you can really settle in to one of the Cloudland cabins and feel like you are at home, only better.
The Best of Northwest Georgia Lodging
By staying in one of the beautiful Cloudland cabins, you will be able to experience all of the beauty and nature that this region has to offer. Be sure to enjoy the trails in the state park. You can also take advantage of the park's tennis courts and let the little one's have fun in the children's park. Northwest Georgia lodging doesn't get any better then this.