The grounds of the inn were absolutely gorgeous. My husband and I enjoyed "communing with nature" by strolling in the garden, grassy fields, and along the creek. The room was pretty and quaint, but the walls were very thin and every sound could be heard throughout the night. The inn has a "no noises after 10" policy but it didn't seem to be enforced. The bed slept wonderfully and I got the best night's sleep in a while. The sheets are very luxurious and the pillows are of high quality feathers.
We ate in the inn's restaurant both nights. The first night, we felt the entrees were overpriced at an average of $25 each. The second night, we ordered a la carte and were more pleased with our food and the value. The service was impeccable the entire time we were there. We recommend this inn if you need to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and relax with no TV and no cell service. We also drove to see nearby Tallulah Gorge and shopped and ate lunch in Clarkesville, both of which we recommend as well. On a side note, The Attic in Clarkesville had the best burger we've ever eaten!More
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