Plan your Stay


Our hope, above all, is that you will find rest and restoration at our landscape hideaways and allow yourself to unplug from the busyness of life. From lounging on our expansive decks to hiking our private trails, you can choose to do as much or as little as you would like. We created these spaces to be elegant yet simple, allowing maximum comfort, while letting nature to be the show. We invite you to slow down and be mindful – take a walk, hold hands, birdwatch, breathe the fresh air, read a book – anything that recharges your mind and soul. Our amenities include:

  • Wood burning hot tubs (firewood and instructions provided)
  • 5+ miles of on-site hiking
  • Expansive Brazilian hardwood decks
  • Outdoor showers with dual showerheads
  • Smokeless fire pit (firewood provided)
  • Propane gas grill
  • Outdoor seating and loungers
  • California king-size beds with premium mattresses and cozy linens
  • Kitchenette with high-end appliances
  • Indoor shower for two
  • Modern, comfortable furnishings
  • Concierge services (grocery pick-up, in-home massage, winery reservations, etc.)


If more activity is what you’re looking for, there are many nearby options. From various hiking trails to exploring Dahlonega’s shopping, there is so much to do in North Georgia. Nearby activities include:

  • Amicalola State Park and the Appalachian Trail (AT). Dahlonega is the closest town to these renowned points of interest. If you’re never been to the state park, it is worth the day trip. If you want to hike part of the AT, Blood Mountain loop is a challenging hike. If you want an easier local hike, a loop around Lake Zwerner, Dahlonega’s reservoir, is just around the corner. Here is an expansive list of trails near Dahlonega.
  • Dahlonega Butterfly Farm. Super close to our hideaways, this venue hosts events like wine tasting along with getting up close and personal with their plethora of butterfly species.
  • Apple Farms. There are too many to count. September is the best time to pick your own. The famous Burt’s Pumpkin Farm is also a great place to visit in October.
  • Downtown Dahlonega. The “square” is full of fun including a general store, a fudge factory, art and antique shops, and Hancock park. It is also the backdrop for many festivals throughout the year such Bear on the Square (Spring) or Gold Rush (Fall). For a full list of events in the area, check out Discover Dahlonega.


Amazing wineries are becoming synonymous with North Georgia. But did you know that Dahlonega was just recently named best America’s Best Small Wine, Beer and Spirits Town? With eight wineries, 12 tasting rooms, two craft breweries and even a distillery, here are a few of our favorites:

  • Montaluce Winery. This picturesque setting is one our favs. It literally feels like you’re sitting in the French countryside. A favorite spot for a special occasion dinner or brunch.
  • Wolf Winery. Expansive views are just the beginning. Their Blanc De Blancs Brut is one of our favorites and won best in show at the San Francisco International Wine Competition.
  • 52 West Brewing. New to the scene, this regional craft brewery boasts a “farm to pint” approach and many different styles of beers to choose from. They also host fun events and have two resident cows.
  • For those looking for great coffee, Jethro’s serves Valor coffee just off the square and we also like Bear Necessities for both coffee and breakfast.


If eating out is what you crave, Dahlonega has that too. While we encourage you to bring enough of your own food to “eat in” at our landscape hideaways, here are a few of our favorite nearby restaurants:

  • Definitely our favorite in town, Spirits Tavern has tasty farm-to-table burgers as well as a great rotating craft beer list and craft cocktails.
  • Just a block off the historic square, Shenanigans Irish Pub is our go to when we have a craving for fish and chips.
  • Trattoria di Montaluce is casual Italian fare located at Montaluce Winery. Their pizza choices are the best items on the menu and their outdoor bar is a new favorite spot on a sunny day.
  • For breakfast and lunch options, The Corner Kitchen and the The Picnic Cafe (aka “The Dessertery”) are two great spots for sandwiches or soup and salad.

Photo: Spirits Tavern