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Ren's Nest, a place to be in the forest.
Entire cabin · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Ren's Nest, a place to be in the forest.A big tiny house above Lake Rabun that captures both mountains and water. Secluded in the woods at the end of a lane, it is a modern interpretation of an old hunting cabin with boundless room for nature lovers. It is a comfortable home for healthful recreation and the replenishment of the mind and body, and a wonderful place to unplug. Perfect for singles, honeymooners, couples and young families. This is a two story home with the bathroom and bedroom located on the second floor.
Modern Creekside Cottage - Minutes from Vineyards
Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Modern Creekside Cottage - Minutes from VineyardsWelcome to Rally Point 2! This creekside cottage is ready to immerse you in nature & offer you a complete reset. No music needed as you enjoy your morning java, afternoon tea or evening vino on the expansive deck that overlooks Briar Creek. Take a short walk to our pond to enjoy the turtles, cook up s'mores at one of our two firepits, or stay in & enjoy a nice soak in the hot tub! Enjoy local adventures with nearby hiking, orchards & downtown life, then come back to unwind in this haven for 2!
Southern Oak Inn
Entire cabin · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
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  2. Blue Ridge
NEW-Sunset on ASKA: Mountain views w/ a hot tub
$145 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Canton
Cheerful 2 Bedroom Cottage
$95 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Ellijay
The Blissful Bear Cabin
$185 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Blue Ridge
Creekside Escape - Blue Ridge/Lake Blue Ridge
$150 per night
  1. Entire chalet
  2. Jasper
Treetopper Hideaway in the Mountains in Big Canoe
$85 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. St. Simons Island
Cottage with screened-in porch, 1 block from beach
$143 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Cherry Log
*NEW* Cozy Lakeview Cabin-HotTub/FirePit/Firewood!
$129 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Epworth
Blake's on the Creek: Fightingtown Creek
$151 per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Clayton
Creekside Cabin - Walk to Downtown
$147 per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Rising Fawn
On the Rocks Shipping Container Tiny Home with Rooftop Deck
$240 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Suches
**Rooster Ridge Hot Tub View Secluded Wineries***
$77 per night
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Epworth
Brand New | Modern Luxury | Gorgeous Mountain Views | Hot Tub | Fire Pit | Gm Rm
$425 per night

Your guide to Georgia

Welcome to Georgia

There’s a reason Georgia is on everyone’s mind. Its capital, Atlanta, has been nicknamed Hollywood of the South for its growing film industry, attracting movie stars, production crews, and fans for short-term stays that often become permanent. With its leafy neighborhoods, five major pro sports teams, living Civil Rights history, and the ever-growing Beltline (a former railway corridor turned multi-use trail lined with parks, bars, and restaurants), Atlanta has all the essential ingredients for a thrilling city break.

Venture east to Athens for a quintessential college-town vibe, complete with record-shopping and brewery-hopping; north to set off on the hike of a lifetime on the Appalachian Trail; or south to fall in love with the achingly romantic Spanish-moss-draped streets of historic Savannah and the islands off the southern coast. Fuel your adventure with regional specialties like pecan pie, Georgia peach cobbler, and boiled peanuts from former president Jimmy Carter’s hometown of Plains.

How do I get around Georgia?

There’s a saying in the south: Whether you’re going to heaven or hell, you have to change planes in Atlanta. Touted as the world’s busiest airport, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson (ATL) is your likeliest way into this fast-growing Southern state, followed by Savannah/Hilton Head Airport (SAV) on the Southern coast. Though Atlanta was once known as Terminus (the city was founded in 1837 as the final stop on the Western & Atlantic railroad line), today jets take off and land constantly over the downtown skyline, making rail travel seem quaint by comparison; the Amtrak from D.C., for example, takes 15 hours.

Once on the ground, renting a car seems inevitable if you plan on exploring the state — or even just the capital city — in any depth. But bring all the zen you can muster: Atlanta traffic is notoriously bad. If you plan to stay in one of Atlanta’s more compact neighborhoods located ITP — or inside the perimeter formed by I-285, which encircles the city — you might be able to get by with public transport (called MARTA), bike-share, and e-scooters.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Georgia?

Spring is a glorious time to experience Georgia’s tulips, daffodils, and azaleas in full bloom, or to escape to the beach at St. Simon’s or Tybee Island for spring break. Fall is similarly scenic, especially in the northern mountains when the leaves begin to turn. Summer can be hot and humid, especially in Atlanta, but that doesn’t deter the nearly 100,000 people who pour into the city every Labor Day weekend in full cosplay regalia for the pop culture and comic-book convention known as Dragon Con. Winters in Georgia are mild overall, with snow falling on the northern mountains and highs in the 60s Fahrenheit along the southern coast. But you don’t want to get caught in a freak snowmageddon in Atlanta, whose streets and drivers are ill equipped to handle icy conditions.

What are the top things to do in Georgia?

Civil Rights Trail

Created in 2008, the U.S. Civil Rights Trail spotlights important landmarks in the ongoing fight for equal rights in America, and Georgia is home to nearly a dozen of them, including Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthplace and Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he served as co-pastor until his assassination in 1968. Civil Bikes also offers two-wheeled tours of Atlanta’s civil-rights history.

North Georgia Mountains

The northern part of the state is home to millions of acres of protected forests and wilderness areas, brilliant fall foliage, and mountain communities bursting with small-town charm. Go waterfall-hunting at Amicalola Falls State Park, mountain biking in Ellijay, wine-tasting in Dahlonega, or ride a historic railway line in Blue Ridge.

Musical Macon

Ninety minutes south of Atlanta, smaller Macon hides a big musical legacy as the birthplace of southern rock. Macon-based Capricorn Records was once home to many popular recording artists of the 1970s, and you can still listen to cuts from its catalog at Mercer Music at Capricorn.