The Moody Family for whom Moody Hollow is named built Adanayla some time in the early to mid 1950. We love the history and natural resources of the Southern Appalachians and that love is reflected in the decor of the cabin. Many of the antiques in the cabin date to the 19th century from the Appalachian regions of Tennessee, Georgia, and North Carolina. While the cabin may be over half a century old, all the appliances, plumbing, and electric are new. We are now happy to be able to share this magical place with others.
One bedroom, the TV (movies only), and washer/dryer are all downstairs. To get to these, pass through the screened porch, down outside stairs and be sure to take the key!
Interesting Facts The cabin is perched over 2000 feet above sea level but just up the road is the highest point in Georgia, Brasstown Bald, which rises to 4,784 feet! High Shoals Creek which runs through Moody Hollow has been a source for breeding stock of the indigenous Brook Trout.
Take a walk up the road along the creek until you get to the last gate. You will come to a small private trailhead. Follow this trail and it will take you to the beautiful Upper and Lower High Shoals Falls and a spur of the Appalachian Trail. The falls are just a 15 minute walk from the cabin!
Moody Hollow is nestled in the Chattahoochee National Forest which covers over 750,000 acres! The numerous creeks and streams nearby are home to some of the best trout fishing in Georgia as well as one of the greatest number of salamander species on the planet.