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As a part of a trip organized by the Georgia Travel Media Marketplace, I found myself in the North Georgia Mountains at the Brasstown Valley Resort. My parents had stayed there years ago and my mom went to school nearby at Young Harris College.
Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa is only two hours from Atlanta and Chattanooga, so it’s a popular spot for weekend getaways. There is no shortage of activities, but the championship golf course and 7,500 square foot Equani Spa are at the top of the list. There’s also hiking trails, tennis, fishing, horseback riding and hunting.
The dining room has mountain views, making “staying in” a good option. The Dining Room offers a breakfast buffet and many selections throughout the day. Brassies, the casual restaurant, keeps seasonal hours. And of course, you can always choose room service if you want to stay bundled up.
Rooms in The Lodge, where I stayed, start at $200 per night for king and double beds. Rooms at The Cottage are in the same price range and each have their own mountain motif. Guests can also stay at the spa, which has a rooftop deck, flatscreen televisions and fireplaces.
Brasstown Valley Resort is located at 6321 Highway 76, Young Harris, Georgia 30582. To make a reservation, call (706) 379-9900 or see their website.
My stay at Brasstown Valley Resort was a part of the Georgia Travel Media Marketplace, but all opinions remain my own.