I really liked it here. They were having a cold snap when we got there and there were a few issues getting the heat working well but we got it resolved. As a whole it was a great place. Stephen was very nice and helpful during our stay. The kitchen is very sparsely equipped though. There were no baking pans or can opener and almost no dish soap. The oven cooked very hot, so almost everything we tried to bake got burned. Normally not a big deal but with the remote location there is no place close by to eat out you need to cook so it would have been nice if the kitchen was a little better equipped. For the money the place was a great value the money. The cabin was quaint and comfortable. There is a fireplace but you will need to find your own wood which is very easy to do. Vogel State park a few miles away sells bags of firewood, I would also recommend buying a few durafalme logs at Walmart. Helton Falls is down a winding road behind the area where the cabins are located, you will want to drive up to it then park your car. It is a bit of a hike to the falls but it is well worth it. There were a few little things but Stephen does his best to address everything for you. We will be going back and taking other family with us. The cabin we stayed in was very close to the road though, while traffic is fairly light you do hear road noise, but you basically trade that for a wonderful view of the mountains which you would not have if you set back farther from the road. All in all I loved the area it was beautiful. Helen was a fairly short drive and a fun places to visit as well as downtown Dahlonega.
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