It's a nice place, clean and friendly. Certainly the most upscale summer camp experience you can have. Bed is comfy but the AC unit blows from the floor and the low setting is not low. The floors creak and the upstairs plumbing is loud--- but for being in the country on a dirt road, it's nice. No TV, which is good. Nice areas for walks and hikes--lots of birds--did not spot any deer.
The restaurant is ok but gourmet would be a real stretch of the word--it is good basic cookin--no frills. Good breakfast with excellent grits.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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 was also named to National Georgraphic Traveler's Stay List 150 in 2008 and has been recognized as one of the Top Ten Dining Destination (in the state)by Georgia Trend Magazine since 2004. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Glen-Ella Springs Hotel Clarkesville