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Overlook Rd, Blue Ridge, GA 30513

Overview

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 8
Per night $145
Per week $900
Type: Cabin
Description of the Blue Ridge vacation cabin rental
Stunning long range layer upon layer long range mountain view cabin just minutes from downtown Blue Ridge. Cabin is modern and stunning with granite countertops and bar and stainless in kitchen with seperate dining room. Take in the long range mountain views from the living room with plate glass windows and Cathedral ceilings. Living room has flat screen satellite HDTV with surround sound and digital music channels. Alarm system and high speed wireless internet provided. Floor to ceiling stacked stone fireplace w gas logs for no mess, no fuss with easy starter. Seclusion and privacy with huge hardwoods and Towering pines. Lush gardens with tons of blooming trees and flowers. Cabin has a Koi pond with a soothing waterfeature and firepit for those evenings under the stars with friends and family. Full, finished basement with game room and plenty of room for extra guests. Master suite is upstairs in large open loft with mountain laurel rustic railings and catwalk. The master suite leads you to an all glass sunroom that perches above the views of the mountains and valley below. Cabin has a jacuzzi tub on the lower deck facing the mountains and sunset views. Outdoor speakers, tri-level decks with large gas grill. Pet Friendly. Just 5 minutes to historic downtown Blue Ridge shopping, dining and scenic train. 15 minutes to historic Copperhill, TN-McCaysville, GA. Easy access off of HWY 515. Cabin sleeps up to 8 people.

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Area Info
Attractions in Blue Ridge, McCaysville & the Copper Basin


While many people make the journey to Fannin County for our natural attractions, or just to kick back and relax, there are many things to do here to make your visit more fun. The Georgia Historic High Country Travel Association calls the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway one of the "must see" attractions in the north Georgia mountains. The railroad connects the towns of Blue Ridge and McCaysville, and offers a journey along the Toccoa River with the backdrop of the Blue Ridge and Cohutta Mountains.
The charming cities of Blue Ridge and McCaysville each have a distinct character and history. You'll enjoy browsing through antique, craft and specialty shops in both of the quaint downtowns. Cross the Blue Line in McCaysville and you're in Tennessee. Watch for the "chicken crossing" sign near Blue Ridge City Park in Blue Ridge or even a Mama Chicken and her chicks. While you're in downtown Blue Ridge, don't miss the opportunity to take a horse driven carriage ride.

Southern Living Magazine has called Mercier Orchards its "favorite roadside market." You are guaranteed to find the best assortment of north Georgia apples and the best fried apple pie anywhere. For another farm experience, visit Sugar Creek Farm and Inn and see the Suri Alpacas. You can also see the Alpaca wool spun into yarn at Georgia Mountain Fiber at Hampton Square. Blairsville's Southern Tree Plantation has lots more than Christmas trees. Visit during October for Fun on the Farm, with pumpkins, hayrides, a petting farm, marshmallow roasting, kid's train and pony rides and much more. Facilities at the tree plantation are also available for special parties, events and weddings all year long.

To learn more about the mining history of the Copper Basin, visit the Burra Burra Mine and Museum in Ducktown, Tenn. Last, but not least, visit the Ocoee Whitewater Center, site of the 1996 U.S. Olympic Canoe/Kayak/Slalom events. The information center displays legacy items from the games. There are hiking trails, picnic areas, a native garden, gift shop and "The Blue Hole," the area's most famous swimming hole
Property Rates
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Oct 10 2013 Dec 31 2014 $145 $145 $900 $3,200 -
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 10%
Deposits: $300 REFUNDABLE SECURITY DEPOSIT
Payment Options: PayPal
Other Fees: $100 CLEANING FEE
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
Local Restaraunts, horse back riding, scenic train along river, historic downtowns.
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