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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 Ellijay reviews

  • Nice property with a good value

    "This is an overall great cabin with a master downstairs (king bed) and one other bedroom upstairs that has both a full and a twin. Could sleep 4-5 comfortably. Two flat screen TVs (the video has old school tube TVs, but this is outdated). There is no TV, however, in the main living area. Kitchen is very cute and modern country looking. The cabin's onsite manager, Don, is great. He and his wife are right in the adjacent cabin, but not obtrusive in any way and we did not view this as a negative. The cabin is close to a road as another reviewer mentioned, but it sits back a ways and we did not find the cabin loud. We felt it was of good value, especially the longer you book with the various typical fees such as cleaning. My only real criticism other than that it would be nice to have a TV in the main living area, is that the Wifi network is VERY slow. The cabin is also a bit of a way from downtown Blue Ridge- about 30 minutes- but it is paved the whole way and easy to find. So this would just depend on how close to town you want to be. Overall, we'd love to come back (just hoping internet improved!)."
    Guest: Lisa Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 20, 2016
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    "I rate this home 5 stars. My husband says nothing is ever perfect but I can't imagine what could make Hills n Holler any better. The view is fabulous! It is one of the quietest places we've found and we look for the mountain retreats. As Seniors, we appreciate the ease in unloading on the same level as the parking. If you stay on the upper floor, you don't even need to use stairs. This is our second stay at Hills n Holler and won't be our last. Great place to see the fall colors. The town of Blueridge and Dahlonega are less than an hour and Amaicalola Falls State Park (one of our favorites for fall colors, waterfalls and hiking) is about 20 minutes away. There are great wineries nearby. The kitchen is well equipped and stocked with an array of spices and all the cooking utensils you need. You might want to bring a crockpot for you day outings. The fire pit is a great nighttime window. Walking/hiking right from the house is good, too. We stayed here 4 years ago about the same last week of October when the house was new. Honestly, we could tell little difference in the condition after four years. Steve does a magnificent job of keeping the house up. Bedding and towels are good quality. We have just used the upstairs for two of us, but would be great for additional people as the downstairs gives you privacy. The decking--upstairs and down is fabulous. I do my yoga downstairs as it feels more in the forest. Upstairs is best foliage view. Love to eat on the deck. Grateful Floridians that hear the mountains calling, want to see the fall colors and are amazed at the quiet. You can hear the leaves fall."
    Guest: Sandi Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 5, 2016
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  • Another wonderful family mountain retreat!

    "This is our second year staying at this amazing home! We were not sure if staying at the same place again would be as fun for the grandchildren - but they were so excited when they arrived, they ran upstairs to see "their" room! It was perfect for our large family as the older kids had a room, and the baby had a room connected to their parents. The kids loved playing in the creek this year (they came prepared with boots!), their parents enjoyed visiting nearby Cartecay Vineyards. Since we were past the apple 'season', the local apple orchards did not have any kids activities, but we visited the Noah's Ark Animal Rescue, which the kids loved. It's amazing to find a mountain home with enough level ground for kids to run and play, and enough room inside for the kids to play, and the adults to watch football! The Owner is very responsive to emails, and to provide any information you ask for. If you are looking for an amazing place to enjoy the north Georgia mountains with your family, this is the place. Our family hopes A River Runs Through It will become a Fall tradition!"
    Guest: Gay T. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 14, 2016
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  • Secluded, relaxing, and romantic!

    "This cabin is just what we were looking for, a romantic little getaway for our anniversary away from everything! The property is gorgeous especially this time of year. We were a little disappointed that the canoe is no longer part of the rental because the lake is really tough to get to. Once we finally got down there, the fish were no where to be found. If there isn't going to be a canoe available anymore the owners should probably make a path or build a little bridge down to the lake. I love the loft upstairs but be careful how high you turn the heat on because hot air rises and we woke up extremely warm! The inside was very clean even with it being a rustic place to stay! There was a burn ban in effect right now so we weren't able to have a fire outside but that's okay... we watched a movie and snuggled by the pretend fire instead! The toilet seat needs to be replaced as it's falling apart. The view is breathtaking! If you're used to upscale this isn't the place for you (it's not a Hilton) but if you're looking to get away from it all... the hustle and bustle of life (including technology)... you should stay here! The Blue Ridge community is only 20 minutes away which was also nice. We would definitely stay here again! Thank you for sharing your cabin with us!"
    Guest: Manda Z. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 22, 2016
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