Romantic Getaways In Georgia To Reignite Your Romance
Are you ready to rekindle the romance between you and your sweetheart? Romantic getaways in Georgia may be just what you need. The perfect answer to an I-don’t-know-what-to-do mentality, luxury cabins in Georgia place you in an ideal surrounding with an abundance of romantic and relaxing opportunities.
Romantic getaways in Georgia are only steps away from your cabin as there are hiking trails right out the back door. For a change in scenery, check out Anna Ruby Falls in the Unicoi National Forest. Actually a twin fall forming from Curtis Creek and York Creek, access to Anna Ruby Falls is via a paved path, so you and your significant other don’t have to worry about strapping on your hiking boots.
However, if the two of you are outdoor enthusiasts and love a challenge, grab your boots, backpacks and a map of the historic Appalachian Trail. This famous trail traverses the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest along the southern edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Along the way, you’ll find several side trails, trail shelters and endless breath-taking views.
From a clearing near your cabin to the highest point in Georgia, the state has an unlimited number of places where you and your sweetie can enjoy a truly private meal for two. Romantic getaways in Georgia are as close as the wooded area in the back of your cabin. Take a short hike from your cabin and find a clearing near a creek or waterfall to enjoy a breakfast with fresh fruit or a lunch with your favorite sandwiches and artisan cheese.
To see the sights, make your way to Brasstown Bald near the Richard B. Russell Scenic Highway. The highest point in the state, Brasstown Bald towers at 4,784 feet above sea level and provides you with a simultaneous view of Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better place to enjoy a charming meal with an exquisite view of the sunset.
If you can’t make it to the wineries of California’s Napa Valley, Oregon’s Yamhill County or the fields of Bordeaux, France, look no further than the North Georgia cabin rentals. Your cabin rental places you near the Habersham Winery and Vineyards, which is one of the largest and oldest wineries in the state. Winning over 150 national and international awards, walk through the winery’s self-guided tour before sampling the fine vinos in the tasting room.
If you want to tour the region’s wineries, hire a driver and head to the towns of Sautee, Dahlonega, Tiger, Jasper and Young Harris. While most of the towns have one vineyard, Dahlonega has three. Each winery is doing its part to put Georgia on the map as a place to find fabulous wines nestled in with Southern charm. For a romantic night out, visit the award-winning Wolf Mountain Vineyards and Winery in Dahlonega for an intimate dining experience and unique view of the beautiful landscape.
Pampering for Two
Schedule a couple’s massage with one of the area’s massage therapists. Helen is home to spas that practice different massage techniques. If you enjoy Chinese massage techniques, like reflexology, visit a foot-and-body spa that helps relieve stress and promote good circulation. Other spas offer services like aromatherapy, facials, manicures and pedicures. If you don’t feel like leaving your cabin, seek the services of a masseuse who will come to you.
Enjoy a Warm Fire
Sometimes romantic getaways in Georgia simply involve getting away from it all. Each luxury cabin has a fireplace that’s perfect for snuggling as you drink a glass of your favorite wine and sample handmade chocolates.
Soak in the Hot Tub
Relax the evening away with your sweetheart in your cabin’s hot tub. Or, if you are early-risers, watch the world wake up as you begin the day relaxing. There is no more soothing or romantic way to enjoy the scenery than from the cabin’s hot tub.
How do you envision romantic getaways in Georgia?
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