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Blue Ridge Cabin
4 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms / Sleeps 12

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Blue Ridge Cabin
3 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / Sleeps 6

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Blue Ridge Cabin
3 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms / Sleeps 6

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Blue Ridge Cabin
2 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / Sleeps 8

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Blue Ridge Georgia Vacation Rentals - Cabin
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Blue Ridge Cabin
3 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / Sleeps 6

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Blue Ridge Georgia Vacation Rentals - Bed & Breakfast
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Blue Ridge Bed & Breakfast
1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom / Sleeps 3

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Visiting the Blue Ridge Mountains in Georgia

Enjoy Mother Nature in her purest form when staying in any of the Blue Ridge cabin rentals offered through Vacation Home Rentals. Does your family love heart-pounding thrills? You can plan adventures with hiking trips and rafting excitement. Is relaxation more your style? Cozy up by the fire at night, gaze at the stars, and take in the scenery. Whether you’re looking for a simple place to stay or a more luxurious getaway, you’re sure to save on the perfect spot for your family when you rent one of our trusted by-owner vacation homes.
Areas within the Blue Ridge Mountains of Georgia
We offer beautiful rental homes in all 11 counties that make up Georgia’s segment of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Visit the astounding Amicalola Falls State Park in Dawson County and see the waterfall with the highest water drop of the whole mountain range. Or you can stay close to the town of Blue Ridge, GA. Cabin rentals are available right near this welcoming mountain town, which is famous for its antique shops. Even further north in Georgia, you’ll find the twin mountain towns of McCaysville and Copperhill. Lay your head in one of the northern cabin rentals in Blue Ridge, GA, and learn the old mining secrets of the towns. Do you have a love of history? Visit one of the old railways or the Abernathy Building. Maybe to you, the best part of a vacation is peace and quiet. Horseshoe Bend Park has secret coves and spots for fishing or a simple picnic in the park.
Sightseeing in the Blue Ridge Mountains
The sightseeing starts the moment you drive up to any of the beautiful Blue Ridge, GA, cabin rentals from Vacation Home Rentals. Scenic drives are scattered in the Cohutta wilderness and all throughout the mountains. Boating and fishing are yearlong passions. Hiking or mountain-biking trails are plentiful, with options for all ages and levels of experience.
Family activities are abundant all over the mountain area, from drive-in theaters to ghost tours. Whitewater rafting and horseback rides will be memory-makers for a lifetime.
Regional Foods and Dining
A wide variety of charming fine eateries are just a brief, scenic drive from one of our cabin rentals. Blue Ridge, GA, is proud of its rustic, upscale restaurants and cafes throughout the small mountain towns. Wine-tasting and craft breweries are easy to find and a lovely way to spend a leisurely afternoon.
Is your family looking for something simpler? Enjoy your dinner in the comfort of one of our Blue Ridge Mountain cabin rentals. Specialty delicatessens, beautiful apple orchards, and roadside stands let you bring the real local flavors right into your living room.
Blue Ridge Mountains, GA, Weather and Climate
Mild summer days with cool nights make the mountains a perfect reprieve from the summer heat. And in the winter, the beauty of the snow is viewable right from the deck of many of our Blue Ridge rentals.
When to Visit the Blue Ridge Mountains
With festivals and events all throughout the year, any time is a great time to rest your head in our cozy by-owner rental locations. If you make it in fall, take a leaf drive and be dazzled by the beautiful fall foliage in the mountains. If you visit in October, don’t miss the annual nine-day Georgia Mountain Fall Festival. In January, chili tastings and ice sculptures will amuse you at the Fire and Ice Cook-off. In July, enjoy the variety of patriotic parades and fireworks displays.
At Vacation Home Rentals, we take the guesswork out of finding a by-owner rental property for your family trip. Save money and hassle by booking online and staying in one of our beautiful Blue Ridge cabin rentals.
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