Inn Wins Best in the South Award

We are pleased to announce that our inn has won the 2009-2010 award from for “Best in the South”. Ten inns were chosen from the south., the leading online bed and breakfast directory and reservation network worldwide, announced the winners of its fifth annual web-based awards program for B&Bs and inns. Since launching the reviews program almost three years ago, inn goers have submitted nearly 85,000 B&B reviews. The selection criteria for the Best of Awards included both quantitative and qualitative analysis of the independently posted reviews on

The Best of Award winners are not ranked but are listed alphabetically by state or country within each category. Themes and categories reflect prevalent comments from each winner’s reviews.

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Cedar House Inn & Yurts Ranked on

We have achieved the number one ranking of the seven Dahlonega bed and breakfast inns on This ranking has occurred because of the many favorable reviews we have received from our guests. To view the guest reviews visit

We appreciate our guests writing the favorable reviews of their stay at Cedar House Inn and Yurts. Announces Its Top Five Offbeat Towns for 2008 (Dahlonega Included)

For Immediate ReleaseFebruary, 2008

For More InformationContact: Neala Schwartzberg Phone: 516 353-5300
Email: Announces Its Top Five Offbeat Towns for 2008 “This is our inaugural offering of the top five offbeat places to visit over the next 12 months,” said Neala Schwartzberg, publisher of the respected website

“We thought it was time – we had all these interesting, unusual, quirky towns and wanted to let travelers know about them” said Schwartzberg. “We like the small gems, the places fewer people have experienced, but many would enjoy,” said Schwartzberg.

This will be a yearly offering. “We’re making this an annual list,” said Schwartzberg, “so each year there will be new cities and towns we think people will want to visit.”

The first list highlights some of the most interesting and quirky towns in the country. Each year, newly discovered hidden hideaways will be revealed, Schwartzberg announced.

The towns for 2008 (in alphabetical order) are:

Dahlonega, Georgia – This historic gold rush town offers a charming downtown, great range of lodging, an excellent community theater, and family friendly activities from panning for gold and gold mine tours to kangaroos visits. Read more about Dahlonega, Georgia

Fort Collins, Colorado – A town with five breweries including the award-winning New Belgium Brewery, and the quirky found metal sculptures of Bill Swets, situated in the foothills of the Rockies appeals to visitors on several levels. Beer, folk art, and natural beauty make this town a winning combination. Read more about Fort Collins, Colorado

Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii – In addition to the friendly, hippie feel of this north coast Kauai town, there is the breath-taking beauty of Hanalei Bay. Add to this luxury accommodations, fun shopping, and soft adventure activities. It’s off the beaten path… for now. We expect this to change. Read more about Kauai, Hawaii

Moline, Illinois – The city of Moline is John Deere central – complete with Deere family homes, the world headquarters for Deere & Company, John Deere Pavilion, and the Collectors Center, even the John Deere Plaza in the center of town. It’s all unexpectedly good fun, especially climbing up the metal behemoth farm equipment. Read more about Moline, Illinois

Taos, New Mexico – When people hear Taos, they think of high-priced ski resorts, but down the mountain is the actual town of Taos. This is a small walkable town with some of the most innovative art in New Mexico and some of the spiciest history. The Taos pueblo is one of the oldest and is open to public for visits. Read more about Taos, New Mexico

For More InformationContact: Neala Schwartzberg Phone: 516 353-5300Email: