Off-Season Blue Ridge Magic
Experience Blue Ridge at a More Affordable, Slower Pace
Thanksgiving is over ~ the Christmas and New Years crowds have come and gone. There is something about vacationing in Blue Ridge, GA during low peak times that has a sort of magic all its own. Gone is the frustration of having to wait hours for a table for dinner after shopping all day in town. Gone is the aggravation of bumping elbows with other nature-lovers out on the trail when you’re trying to find some solitude. Gone is the impatience of not being able to find a parking place in town so you can shop the unique boutiques on Main Street. Truly explore Blue Ridge at a less frenetic time of year without the waiting, cramming, or planning, and discover all its charms at a much slower pace along with a leaner pricetag.
Blue Ridge Luxurious Lodges Featuring Peaceful Views
Whether you are looking for some rest and relaxation, or prefer to experience Blue Ridge without the crowds, these winter months are the time to enjoy the stillness, the quiet, and peacefulness of a true mountain getaway experience while enjoying lower rates.
Rejuvenate and Reinvigorate Your Senses
Imagine a luxury cabin experience staying in Riverview Lodge, Fallen Timber Lodge, or Outlaw Ridge which features massive floor-to-ceiling windows offering river and mountain views. Wake up in the morning and enjoy a brisk hike down the mountain to the river’s edge and revel in the history of the old Cherokee Indian Fish Trap in the Toccoa River. Watch the mist dance on the river as the morning sun’s rays sparkle on the rushing waters. Breathe in the fresh clean mountain air and feel invigorated to take on the day! Adventure beckons.
Blue Ridge Retail Therapy
Hike back up to your cabin and enjoy some fluffy hot pancakes w/ pure warm maple syrup before heading out to explore all the unique shops in Historic Downtown Blue Ridge or beautiful wineries in the hills. During these slower months, restaurants and shops offer more personalized service so that you truly feel pampered and well-cared for. Be sure to visit Mercier’s Orchard for some warm fried apple pies, apple cider, and unique spices for your steaks.
Blue Ridge Hikes
For you adventure-seekers, see Blue Ridge in its raw beauty during the winter months. Hikes up mountain trails that open up to stunning waterfalls and mountain vistas- it will take your breath away - literally! Because the leaves are off the trees, hiking in the winter offers stunning layered mountain views depending where you hike. Take advantage of high visibility during this season.
At the end of a fun-filled day, come home to Serendipity on Noontootla Creek or Cohutta Sunset and enjoy a nice bottle of wine sitting in front of a crackling warm fire on an outdoor deck w/ magnificent long-range mountain views, basking in the warmth of those you love. Engage the services of a chef to come to your cabin and prepare a few meals at your fingertips to enjoy. Snuggle in and watch your favorite movie on the large screen TVs and escape far from the cares of the world. Soak in a sparkling clean hot tub and revel in the starry skies above, stars so close you could touch them.
Extraordinary Blue Ridge Winter Experiences
Even though warmer weather is prime for enjoying outdoor activities such as river rafting, biking, or fishing, there is something magical about cozying up in front of a blazing fire crackling in your fireplace, book in hand, a glass of wine in the other, and admiring a winter scape outside your windows. Perhaps a quiet snowfall will decorate the pines and hills, but you will feel warm and cozy in your beautiful Blue Ridge cabin.
Stay in any of our luxury Blue Ridge cabin rentals and experience Blue Ridge with Cabin Rentals of Georgia. You will discover an experience that will stay with you forever.