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Dahlonega’s many lodging options range from darling B&Bs with scenic views and spa, wellness or outdoor packages; elegant amenity-laden mountain cabins; and historic in-town accommodations that put you within easy strolling of shopping, dining, theatre and music venues.
B&Bs & Lodges
Lily Creek Lodge - Theme rooms, including the Antarctica Room with framed photography taken by innkeepers Sharon and Don Bacek, are tucked onto three levels of this European-style B&B overlooking a private swimming pool with waterfall and a tree house for quiet reading.
Long Mountain Lodge is surrounded by the Chattahoochee National Forrest and each of its six luxury guestrooms is named for a mountain in the distance. Innkeeper Diane Quigley, a former restaurateur and baker, makes a light-as-air waffle that nearly floats off the plate.
Mountain Laurel Creek Inn & Spa - The revel is in the detail: sumptuous rooms given instant ambience with remote controlled gas fireplaces, roomy whirlpools and makeup vanities and with local folk art, plump linens and bathrobes. Innkeepers Dennis Hoover and David Mulcahy invite guests to create their own spa package from their menu of massage, facial and body treatments.
Mountain Top Lodge - This elegantly rustic lodge includes both country house and romantic cottage, each an amenity-laden retreat for the discerning traveler.
Dahlonega Spa Resort is where mind, body and spirit connect in the simplicity of a farmhouse-style resort with spa treatments, nature trails and outdoor whirlpool.
Cavender Creek Cabins is a complex of spacious, fully equipped cabins with fireplaces, perched right in the palm of Mother Nature.
Forrest Hills Mountain Resort is a 140-acre wooded enclave with a variety of accommodations, including charming gingerbread-trimmed cottages, and an on site Day Spa with a full menu of massages and facials.
The circa 1884 Smith House Country Inn is a country inn in the city with homey guest rooms and home-style cooking.
Top of the Square B&B has gracious appointments like claw-foot antique bathtub and separate sitting room and an unsurpassed bird’s eye view of Dahlonega’s Historic Public Square.
The 1845 Historic Worley House B&B is an antique-laden Victorian with seven guest rooms and a Southern-style country breakfast.
Located on the Historic Dahlonega Square, the Park Place Hotel offers guests unparalleled proximity to all of Dahlonega's shops and restaurants.
The charming one-of-a-kind Dahlonega Square Villa dates back to the late 1800's, but was recently magnificently restored and updated to become a very private and convenient space.
For additional lodging options, call the Dahlonega Visitors Center at 1-800-231-5543; local 1-706-864-3513.