Beautiful Mountain Retreat in Historic Dahlonega

Welcome to Dahlonega
Welcome to DahlonegaScreened Porch with Mountain ViewScreen PorchScreen PorchView from back deckLooking from Kitchen into DenDenLiving RoomGuest BathGuest BathGuest BedroomGuest BedroomMaster BedroomMaster BathKitchenDinning Area and SunroomSun RoomBack DeckFront YardFront Yard
Dahlonega, GA 30533
Beautiful Mountain Retreat in Historic Dahlonega
3 bedrooms
6 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 6
Type: Home
Per night: $150 - $175
Per week: $750
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Dahlonega vacation home rental
Enjoy the serenity of the north Georgia Mountains. Sit on the front porch or the back deck and watch deer roam in the yard. Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath mountain home with large screen porch, open deck, and sun room all with a gorgeous view of the mountains. Although in a neighborhood, the home is situated allowing a great deal of privacy. Minutes to historic downtown Dahlonega and short driving distances to many other mountain venues including wineries and several state parks. Plan a couple retreat or bring the whole family. Two queen beds and one full. However, space for sleeping up to 10 or 12 with air mattresses. Easy access from Atlanta and points south. Near I 75 from the North and I 85 from the East.

Frieda Julian

Area Information
Dahlonega is the site of the first major gold rush in America. Named Tahlonega meaning "place of precious yellow" by the Cherokee, many place names are still a reminder of The People who once inhabited this area such as Chestatee and Etowah Rivers, Yonah Mountain, Yahoola Creek, Trahlyta Gap, Amicalola Falls,and others to be discovered. Visit the Consolidated Mine and make your fortune panning for gold. "There is still gold in them thar hills," as stated by Parks many years ago.
Beautiful and historic Dahlonega and surrounding area offers endless opportunities for leisrely shopping in quaint shops, gold panning, exploring gold mines, hiking,arts, crafts, and music festivals,gold museum, and the beautiful campus of North Georgia College and State University. Enjoy the famous Smith House Restaurant or one of the many other exquisite dining experiences in this rustic town that takes one back to the Gold Rush Days. Several golf courses are in the area inclusing the beautiful Achasta. Rivers are open for tubing and canoeing. Great areas for mountain biking. A United States Military presence is found at both the Military College of Georgia (NGCSU) and Camp Frank D. Merrill Ranger Camp. Wilderness walks and horse back riding in the National Forest can make a day worth remembering. So if it's rocking to the sound of the night creatures, or enjoying a fun filled day, you won't be disappointed.

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