The best available hotels & places to stay near Clarkesville

June 30, 2022 Margarita Chappel

Discover the best hotels in Clarkesville, Georgia including Glen-Ella Springs Inn & Restaurant, North 40 Lodge & Cabins, Holiday Inn Club Vacations Apple Mtn Resort Clarkesville, an IHG Hotel, Sautee Mountain Retreat, Nacoochee Country Inn, Glen-Ella Springs Inn & Restaurant, Big Whiskey.
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1. Glen-Ella Springs Inn & Restaurant

1789 Bear Gap Rd, Clarkesville, GA 30523-1417
Excellent
90%
Good
9%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 658 reviews

Glen-Ella Springs Inn & Restaurant

Just north of Atlanta, sits this historic country inn, nestled on 17 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Featuring 16 elegant yet rustic guest rooms and a fine dining restaurant, guests are treated to a serene setting and award winning cuisine. There are numerous hiking trails and waterfalls nearby to explore. Or simply relax and enjoy the picturesque setting of the inn with extensive herb and flower gardens, swimming pool, sun deck and expansive meadow where you'll often see deer grazing. Glen-Ella Springs has received the Diner's Choice Award from Open Table as one of the top restaurants in Georgia for the past four years.

Excellent Respite!

Reviewed By Loretta B

This was our first trip to Glen Ella and won’t be the last! I don’t recall hearing a sound of modern civilization the entire time. The 100+ year old property is well -maintained and gardens are beautiful. Notes of interest: Internet connection is spotty Kierig coffee maker is in room, so bring extra pods if you are an early riser and need more than what’s supplied. The bed linens are very soft and cozy. The bath towels are also soft and absorbent. No TV or radio in the room but a very nice sound machine. 1st floor rooms facing the meadow are the best. Easy day trips to Tallulah Falls, Dillard, Clayton, Clarksville, Helen and Dalonaga. The restaurant isn’t open on Sunday evening, but nearby Clarksville offers several good options. Very nice swimming pool! We’ll return!

2. North 40 Lodge & Cabins

15702 Highway 197 N, Clarkesville, GA 30523-0940
Excellent
67%
Good
25%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 12 reviews

North 40 Lodge & Cabins

Awesome Place to end the Day

Reviewed By Gerry Y

Absolutely great. Well run hotel with individual cabins Great accommodations for budget minded travelers. Includes the main lodge building. My wife and I stayed while vacationing. Went to Glaicer National Park, close by.

3. Holiday Inn Club Vacations Apple Mtn Resort Clarkesville, an IHG Hotel

200 Apple Seed Ct, Clarkesville, GA 30523
Excellent
42%
Good
27%
Satisfactory
17%
Poor
5%
Terrible
9%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 206 reviews

Holiday Inn Club Vacations Apple Mtn Resort Clarkesville, an IHG Hotel

If you're looking for a mountain resort with fresh air, gorgeous scenery, and fun activities for all ages, head over to Clarkesville, Georgia. Yes, that's right… Georgia! Located near the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains (and just 90 minutes from downtown Atlanta), Apple Mountain Resort is the best spot for outdoor family fun with year-round hiking trails, nature tours, state parks, scenic views, and much more. This laid-back mountain resort sits on the edge of the Chattahoochee National Forest and features activities for the whole family. Enjoy a round of golf on the 18-hole course, horseback riding through the foothills, or a game of basketball, volleyball, or tennis. And with mini-golf, an arcade, movie theater, and activity center all onsite, you're bound to find fun at every turn. Plus, there's never a shortage of things to do nearby. During fall months, see the changing foliage and venture out to the Bavarian-style town of Helen, Georgia, for Oktoberfest.

Quiet... Sufficient amenities... Golf Anniversary Getaway

Reviewed By DogTagTours

We would return to this resort. Our villa was very clean.. sufficiently supplied with kitchen gear.. King bed was really comfy... WIFI was reliable and fast ... golf course was just right at $25 per round.. and busy .. we were able to play as a twosome.. not asked to pair up... bathroom had a two person jetted tub and then a teensy fiberglass apartment grade shower... a little odd... picnic table on our balcony needed a good cleaning but nothing that we couldn't overlook to sit outside.. we overlooked the turnout for the resort's horses.. and then a farmer's field for dairy cattle.. was very peaceful.. even if it wasn't the rolling surf of the ocean... parking was easy.. unloading was up one flight of stairs... units are well insulated for sound.. We were on the southern end of the property in Presidential Greens which is two large buildings. not a good choice for kids with families as you'd have to drive to the pool and activity center... most of our neighbors were couples like us..who were happy being away from the busier, larger complex near the activity center... grounds were well maintained.. its a quiet area . most attractions are outdoors.. hiking, waterfalls, etc. Atanta is about a two hour drive.. visited MLK historic site ... could've managed a second attraction on the same day... Stone Mountain or World of Coke, Art museum, Gardens but had plans to visit with family outside the city...Biltmore is two hours north in Asheville and deserves a FULL day to visit...

4. Sautee Mountain Retreat

595 Highway 255, Clarkesville, GA 30523-1608
Excellent
74%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
3%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 38 reviews

Sautee Mountain Retreat

The luxuriously rustic Sautee Event Lodge offers a spacious conference room featuring a huge stone fireplace and the latest in audio-video equipment, plus tables and chairs to accommodate up to 100 people. There is also a state of the art catering kitchen. The screened-in-porch dining area complete with a bar and large flat panel television make it perfect for group meals, parties and receptions of all kinds. It is a popular place for corporate or association retreats and events, family reunions, weddings and rehearsal dinners, church group fellowships, and much more.

Christmas Adventures

Reviewed By reggiesue

Arrived Christmas eve with 10 people (all family). Rented a 6 bedroom 4 bath cabin with plenty of room for all. For $2000 for 3 nights, we expected better service. First afternoon, no hot water, called office - Left message. Maintenance man cane around to tell us to drip faucets as snow coming, told him problem and he immediately went to check out. Reset fuse and we had hot water. BTW..we had a white Christmas!! The place has a lot of maintenance issues and just run down. Housekeeping needs help also. Floors were dirty and someone had a dog before us as hair all downstairs and poop outside. 2 of the 6 kitchen lights needed bulbs replaced. No instructions for the dish tv - never did get it working. Internet was strong..thankfully. one plunger for 4 toilets found in the smallest downstairs bathroom. Toilet upstairs leaked through the downstairs bathroom ceiling but noone seemed to care at office, said they would put in maintance slip?? No clothes detergent left for washer/dryer. No dish soap for dishwasher. Very poorly managed. While we loved the area and space - we will not be back!!

5. Nacoochee Country Inn

6725 Highway 17 Intersection at Alternate 255, Clarkesville, GA 30523-3553
Excellent
83%
Good
17%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 6 reviews

Nacoochee Country Inn

Our newly constructed rooms feature beautiful woodwork, a kitchenette area, french doors with private decks, and a variety of bedding options to choose from. A breakfast special for two (redeemed at Tiny's restaurant, which is located on the premises) is included in the nightly room rate.

This is what staying in cabins is all about!

Reviewed By HerrP

We had a large group, so we reserved all but one of the rooms. Worked out great! All the rooms are configured differently. All but room #1 have a back porch. Each room is more than adequate. If you really wanna live it up, stay in the suite. The manager Lynne is super helpful and friendly. This is THEE place to stay in the area.

6. Glen-Ella Springs Inn & Restaurant

1789 Bear Gap Rd, Clarkesville, GA 30523-1417
Excellent
90%
Good
9%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 658 reviews

Glen-Ella Springs Inn & Restaurant

Just north of Atlanta, sits this historic country inn, nestled on 17 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Featuring 16 elegant yet rustic guest rooms and a fine dining restaurant, guests are treated to a serene setting and award winning cuisine. There are numerous hiking trails and waterfalls nearby to explore. Or simply relax and enjoy the picturesque setting of the inn with extensive herb and flower gardens, swimming pool, sun deck and expansive meadow where you'll often see deer grazing. Glen-Ella Springs has received the Diner's Choice Award from Open Table as one of the top restaurants in Georgia for the past four years.

Excellent Respite!

Reviewed By Loretta B

This was our first trip to Glen Ella and won’t be the last! I don’t recall hearing a sound of modern civilization the entire time. The 100+ year old property is well -maintained and gardens are beautiful. Notes of interest: Internet connection is spotty Kierig coffee maker is in room, so bring extra pods if you are an early riser and need more than what’s supplied. The bed linens are very soft and cozy. The bath towels are also soft and absorbent. No TV or radio in the room but a very nice sound machine. 1st floor rooms facing the meadow are the best. Easy day trips to Tallulah Falls, Dillard, Clayton, Clarksville, Helen and Dalonaga. The restaurant isn’t open on Sunday evening, but nearby Clarksville offers several good options. Very nice swimming pool! We’ll return!

7. Big Whiskey

6725 Georgia 17, Clarkesville, GA 30523
Big Whiskey

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