We stayed at the Inn for five nights in April while attending a niece’s wedding and touring the wineries and other attractions in the area. Our room was large, comfortable, and immaculate, not cute or frilly as some B&Bs tend to be. Mary Beth’s breakfasts were excellent – imaginative and flavorful. While we did not stay in a yurt we did take a look and it was quite charming and civilized. Mary Beth & Fred, our hosts, are warm, friendly, personable, and very knowledgeable about Dahlonega and the surrounding area. (MB even helped us find us a yoga teacher!) As a bonus, Fred gave us an informative and interesting tour of the grounds, which he manages according to the principles of permaculture. We would definitely stay here again and recommend it highly!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A unique eco friendly/green inn popular among nature lovers/tree huggers, artists, college students, young professionals and the young at heart. Located in the heart of the North Georgia mountains and wine country. Vegetarian breakfast served with organic eggs, organic ingredients and seasonal veggies from permaculture garden. Choose from charming rooms starting at $125.00 to unique yurts at $145.00 excluding taxes. Adults only. No Smoking. No Pets. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cedar House Inn & Yurts Hotel Dahlonega
- Cedar House Inn And Yurts