A "Green" Bed and Breakfast Inn in Dahlonega
We are an award winning "Earth Friendly" North Georgia mountain lodge just 70 minutes north of Atlanta that creates less impact on the environment compared to other inns and lodging.
Charming Rooms & Unique Yurts
When you arrive settle into one of our two cozy rooms with knotty white pine walls, queen size beds, private baths, and private entrances opening onto quiet patios. Or snuggle together year round in front of the simulated wood fireplace in the large second floor suite.
Or if you are the adventurous type and really enjoy the outdoors choose one of our two yurts (tent-like structures) where queen size beds and simulated wood stoves offer a "glamping" experience.
Wholesome Breakfast Using Organic Ingredients
In the morning enjoy a full breakfast prepared with wholesome organic ingredients from the flour used in our yummy muffins to the eggs and milk in our entrees and the delicious veggies and fruits that top off the meal. Also enjoy organic coffee too.
Lacto-ovo vegetarian always served, vegan, gluten free and other special diets with advanced notice.
Unique Among North Georgia Mountain Inns
We're an inn with personality that makes a statement with its vivid exterior trim colors, beer bottle garden edging, wine bottle trees, peace flags, extensive permaculture gardens and eco-minded innkeepers.
Eco Minded Earth Loving Innkeepers
We have planted over 300 trees and many varieties of edible plants on the property to encourage wildlife, provide food and reduce our carbon footprint.
We also have a passion for living green and are always seeking additional ways to create a more sustainable lifestyle for ourselves and our guests.
Enjoy Outdoor Activities and Wineries in the North Georgia Mountains
We are located just five and a half miles north of the historic square and convenient to all the mountain attractions.
The Appalachian Trail and other hiking areas are just minutes away. Amicalola Falls, DeSoto Falls and several other falls are nearby and offer scenic waterfalls and great hiking opportunities. Go zip lining near Helen.
Enjoy nature with horseback riding or go kayaking, canoeing, or tubing down the Etowah or Chestatee Rivers.
Cool off with a swim in Dick's Creek. Mountain bike on rugged trails or road bike on the same mountainous route used by professional racers.
We are the closest inn to Wolf Mountain Winery (1.5 miles away).
Great restaurants are also nearby to satisfy any palate.
Book your getaway today at
the Green B and B in Dahlonega.
Please Note: Adults Only (18 & Older).
No smoking on property .
No pets. We have a cat.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) About Dahlonega Bed & Breakfast Inns
Question: Do any inns take children or pets?
Answer: Cedar House Inn & Yurts is adults only. Yellow Daisy takes children 16 and over; Mountain Laurel Creek takes 14 and older; Mountain Top Lodge and Long Mountain Lodge take 10 and over. Barefoot Hills mentions children on some of their OTA listings and they also take pets. Contact those inns for specifics.
Question: Do some inns have more than one bed per room?
Answer: Limelight Inn and Barefoot Hills have some units with two beds. Long Mountain Lodge allows air bed in some units for an extra charge.
Question: Are the cancellation policies and check in/check out times the same among the Dahlonega inns?
Answer: Cancellation policies range for 72 hours to 7 days for a full refund. Some inns charge a nonrefundable fee that is charged when the reservation is made (fee is around $25.00). Cancellation policies also are different if booking more than one unit. Yellow Daisy has a 2 pm check in with most others having a 3 pm check in. Cedar House Inn & Yurts check in is 4pm. Check in times vary from inn to inn. Some inns including Cedar House Inn permit check-ins as late as 11:00 pm at no charge with advance notice. Limelight in uses self check-in. Check out for most inns is by 11 am. Some inns have additional fees for early check ins and late check outs.
Question: Are the Dahlonega Inns similar in terms of amenities and focus?
Answer: Many of the inns reflect the innkeepers that own and operate them. Cedar House Inn & Yurts is known as the eco-friendly bed and breakfast in the area and serves organic breakfasts. They also specialize with vegetarian, vegan and gluten free breakfasts. Mountain Laurel Creek has a full service spa and pool, and a pub also. Long Mountain Lodge is known for their mountain views and also has fireplaces in their rooms. Lily Creek lodge has a pool and is decorated with furnishings reflecting the owner's travels to Europe. Mountain Top Lodge is one of the largest inns and has seasonal mountain views. Yellow Daisy is an historic home located within walking distance of the Dahlonega Square. Limelight Inn features modern decor and private balconies with views of the woods.
Question: Do all inns in Dahlonega serve a full breakfast or a continental breakfast?
Answer: Limelight Inn is the only inn that mentions a continental breakfast on their web site. The other inns serve a full breakfast.
Cedar House Inn and Yurts serves a full organic breakfast using seasonal ingredients from the property. Other inns serve special diets with advanced notice. Cedar House Inn and Yurts specializes in vegetarian, vegan, gluten free breakfasts and provides for special diets with the afternoon cookies and goodies provided.
Question: When is the busiest time of year and the most difficult time to get a reservation?
Answer: The Fall season is the busiest time in the north Georgia mountains and most inns have a two night minimum on weekends for October 1st through mid- November. Certain festivals and special events are also busy.
Question: Do all inns take online as well as phone reservations?
Answer: Yes they do. Online normally is easier to do and almost guarantees you a reservation since it blocks the room you reserved from others wanting the same room.
Source: Inn web sites as of 7/8/2018