The Parker Ranch was built in 1907 and now the lodge inherently imbues a sense of peaceful, old-fashioned enjoyment. About a mile from downtown, Parker Ranch is nestled in the privacy of 14 acres of sheltering trees and mountain breezes. Peaceful covered porches, screen doors and singing birds make this an ideal spot.
“One of the South’s Best Inns” by Southern Living and the “Best Bed and Breakfast in Georgia” by Georgia Magazine, the Beechwood Inn is award winning for a reason. World class hospitality from owners Gayle and David Darugh, comfortable accommodations, and farm to table dining at their restaurant make the Beechwood Inn an amazing choice.
Conveniently located downtown, The White Birch Inn is close to all the action. A boutique B&B, they have six sumptuously appointed guest rooms complete with turn down service (including chocolates on your pillows!), cooked to order breakfast and their fantastic and adjacent coffeeshop, White Birch Provisions.
York House Inn is Georgia’s oldest bed and breakfast. Proudly listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the York House Inn is an historic destination that time has not forgotten. Thirteen plus decades give the York House a ton of experience in offering unsurpassed hospitality.