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Popular Rental Amenities in Blue Ridge
Use filters to find an accommodation meeting your needs among all of the properties in Blue Ridge. Many vacation rentals in Blue Ridge provide "internet" or "TVs," which makes it a fantastic vacation spot if you need internet access during your vacation or you never miss an episode of your favorite show. Three features that are not common are "saunas," "cribs," and "pools."
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Accommodations for your vacation in Blue Ridge
Users who are searching for house rentals in Blue Ridge will have a lot of different options, as they are the most frequent vacation accommodation type in this destination. Interestingly, specific accommodation type, house rentals is $447 per night, with an average size of 1,800 ft². Moreover, these accommodations are a great choice for large groups, as most can accommodate 7 vacationers. Hotel rooms are the other most typical accommodation option in Blue Ridge. The average size of hotel rooms in Blue Ridge is 310 ft², and the average price is $183 per night.
Blue Ridge Cabin Rentals: Enjoy Georgia's antique capita
Located in Georgia's Fannin County, the mountain town of Blue Ridge was home to the Cherokee people before settlers arrived. Visitors today can soak in the mountain splendor and multitude of outdoor recreational opportunities. Blue Ridge is best enjoyed with a cabin rental (ideally with hot tub) as a base.
Where to find the best food in Blue Ridge?
Blue Ridge cuisine
Fresh, earthy, mountain flavors define Blue Ridge, the culinary capital of the area. While in town, savor it all, including local mountain trout, barbecue chicken, fried apple pies, biscuits, sausage gravy, and grits. Satiate sugar cravings with The Sweet Shoppe's caramel pretzels and cupcakes. Blue Ridge Mountain Food Tours lets participants sample typical Blue Ridge gourmet fare, brew, and desserts.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Blue Ridge?
Art, history, and culture
Your cabin rental gives you access to Blue Ridge's quaint downtown area, which is brimming with century-old secrets, antique shops, family-run cafés, and art spaces such as the Art Center in the Historic Fannin County Courthouse. From Blue Ridge Depot, you can commence your Blue Ridge Scenic Railway trip, which weaves along the Toccoa River to the historic Murphy Junction. The final destination is the mountain town of McCaysville, where you can visit the Ducktown Basin Museum for the lowdown on copper mining.
Where are the unique attractions in Blue Ridge?
Blue Ridge excursions
Families with kids can look forward to boating, swimming, water-skiing, and fishing at the pristine Lake Blue Ridge. Also, Amicalola State Park boasts a 729-foot cascading waterfall, the tallest east of the Mississippi. Short and easy hiking trails crisscross the park, and you can spend the night at a lodge. For camping amid spectacular scenery, the Cohutta Wilderness is your best bet.
The Rich Mountain Wilderness, located between Blue Ridge and Cherry Log, is recommended. Hikers and bikers can explore the forest along well-marked trails. The 265-foot Swinging Bridge on the Benton MacKaye Trail crosses the mighty Toccoa River, and camping is possible on either side. Blue Ridge is truly a dream destination.
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