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Seventy-four Ranch
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Reviewed August 16, 2009

It is rare to find such a slice of heaven so close to home! My wife and I packed up two of our dogs and headed North to the Seventy-four Ranch in Jasper this weekend, and were rewarded with an outstanding Bed & Breakfast experience.

The rustic motif is well executed at the Seventy-four Ranch, from the antique tub to the Native American rug. Our stay in the Overlook Room transported us back to a simpler time in history, blended with just the right touch of modern amenities.

The conversation with the proprietors was lively and intelligent, the breakfast meals were five-star quality and the three-acre fenced yard was much appreciated by our dogs. Local restaurants rounded out our stay with quality dinners.

Before we left, we were planning our next vist to this wonderful getaway! Whether you're looking for a rustic adventure or a romantic weekend, the Seventy-four Ranch has something for all (and the dogs LOVE it!).

  • Stayed: August 2009, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank sunkawakan
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Reviewed August 5, 2009

i wanted to have a special nite with my girls before school started. I was not feeling very well but said oh well I will go anyway When we arrived they put us in a very nice renovated barn however the ac was not sufficient at all with the high ceilings. The room was hot and i became sick and had to leave They would not refund any portion of my money at all and even charged us for services not approved by me. They did not turn away any business due to our visit. The B&B is also next to a noisey busy highway and it is hard to rest- I feel so badly that i spent over $300 in such tough times for NOTHING!

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled with family
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14  Thank GANAVYMOM
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Reviewed July 12, 2009

We just spent one night at Seventy Four ranch, and we will most definitely be back! We are not 'horsey" people, and did not take take advantage of the horsback riding and special events they can do for their guests. However, we had a lovely, relaxing time. We stayed in one of the cabins, named the "Porch Cabin" . It's slightly rustic, so it's not for those who want room service in a high rise. It was decorated with a touch of cowboy meets history. The main house has extensive history behind it, which the owners, Pam and Larry Butler, are happy to describe. The property is enclosed in a dog safe fence, so our golden got to race around with all of her new doggie friends. Word of warning, if you don't like dogs, this is not the place for you! But we got to see horses, cows, and a new calf. A wonderful breakfast was served the following morning.

The only downside was that it's near a state highway, which can be noisy. However, in the evening it got quiet, and we had no trouble sleeping.

It's located near the small town of Jasper, but there are good restaurants and lots of fast food to be fouind. We even left our dog at the ranch to have a "real" dinner out! It's not far to the North Georgia Mountains, Carters Lake, and Amicalola Falls State Park, but only about 1 hour from the Atlanta airport.

We really enjoyed our stay, especially sitting under the covered patio, drinking a glass of wine and socializing with the owners. We WILL be back!

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled as a couple
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5  Thank orthoarrow
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