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Georgia is a wonderful place to experience fall foliage. Maple, oak and a variety of other hardwood trees display a rainbow of colors when the weather begins to cool down. It doesn’t get overly chilly in the state as it might elsewhere, and this is one of the best seasons. Whether exploring a charming mountain town or venturing southwest to an unexpected monadnock, Pine Mountain, there is so much foliage to see come autumn. We have selected some ultra-comfy cabins that will warm your heart and soul, making for the perfect getaway.
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Now that’s a deck! The wraparound lounge space has devastatingly gorgeous views of the mountains in Morganton. The beauty continues to the open concept interior, where you’ll find a kitchen for fun family meals and a towering stone fireplace for telling ghost stories and drinking hot chocolate. Bedrooms feature large soaking tubs and doors that open out onto the deck.
This one makes for a wonderful couple’s getaway because it’s an adults-only cabin. But don’t worry, there are plenty that allow children! We just couldn’t pass up on sharing this view with you, and the outdoor living area with a stone fireplace. A hot tub is also waiting for guests upon their arrival. Ellijay is a precious mountain town in Georgia. You’ll find tasty apples and the most heartwarming ambiance.
Bring all of your outdoor toys as the surrounding terrain is perfect for dirt bikes and ATVs. After a day of thrilling fall foliage exploration, retreat to this Canadian log cabin, which is spacious enough for a family of eight. Roast marshmallows over the fire pit, soak in the hot tub on the massive deck, or just cozy up by the fireplace, indoors or outside!
When the crimson, gold and yellow colors of the Georgia autumn meet the reflective lake waters, words just can’t describe the beauty. From this little nest or circular cottage, you can see both. Meeting those phenomenal views is a refreshing interior with all of the amenities. This unique little abode is perfect for couples and very small families.
For those craving both the cabin getaway and something a little more stylish, this Dahlonega proximal option is exactly what you’re looking for. A designer kitchen is met with light wooden walls and ceilings. The combination is surprisingly cozy. The exterior landscaping is clean-cut and matches well with the vibrant leaves. Downtown Dahlonega is a stone’s throw away, and you have to stop by the fudge shop.
Blue Ridge is one of those iconic areas in the North Georgia Mountains. It goes without saying that the foliage is jaw-dropping, and an abundance of antique shops and local restaurants enrich the environment. This cabin manages to be extremely rustic while throwing out some contemporary vibes. Both those who love the old-school look, and the more refined will enjoy a stay here. The river is just across the street.
We love the presentation of this unconventional cabin – it’s blue hue is immediately noticeable upon arrival. Contrasting in the most lovely way with the native trees and holly, folks come here to see rhododendron bloom in the summer, and of course the changing of leaves in the fall. Relax on the screen porch or the deck that is lit up by glowing café lights at night.
Helen is a vibrant Bavarian-themed town near a national park and other favorite areas of northern Georgia. Go downtown for a funnel cake, or a German-themed meal. Then retreat to this cute cabin with the expected wood and stone touches. The deck is a little bit different than most, with a circular design.
The uniform architecture of this cabin truly balances out the woodsy aesthetics. The balance is seamless and the cabin is so pretty. Outside is a hot tub, with privacy curtain. And surrounding the abode is plenty of gorgeous trees that will put on quite the show during autumn. The on-site creek adds to the dreamy appeal of this Airbnb.
So we’ve decided to take you away from the traditional, and show you a contemporary cabin that sits in more of an open field. The deck is spacious, especially given this is a tiny home with farmhouse vibes. Sit outside in the morning and admire Lookout Mountain from a distance. Then wind down the night by the cozy fire pit. Guests might appreciate the completely opposite attributes of this Wildwood Georgia Airbnb.
Somehow the hosts have taken something that feels so incredibly old, and have made it feel new at the same time. All of the 1800s features remain intact in this historic cabin. But someone has waved a magic wand to make everything look equally pristine. While in Georgia, this abode is still very close to Chattanooga, Tennessee. So there are lots of wonderful things to do and explore nearby.