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Cute Cabin In The Woods With Full Kitchen & Fireplace

    Relax and stay at the Arapaho Cabin in Blue Ridge, Georgia, United States. The cozy cabin in the woods can accommodate up to 5 guests with 1 bedroom, 3 beds, and 1.5 baths. The cabin is ideal for a small family vacation or a fun getaway with a few friends, this adorable home puts you within walking distance of hiking trails and other mountain adventures. Inside, you’ll find a full, well-equipped kitchen complete with a table for four. Gather together and warm yourselves besides the gas fireplace while you watch some TV in the living area. Outside, you can enjoy the view from the upper and lower level balconies, fire up the gas grill for summertime cookouts, or just relax and watch for visiting wildlife in the surrounding forest.

    Arapaho Cabin is just six miles from Blue Ridge which offers many fantastic restaurants serving authentic Southern cuisine as well as unique places to shop including some of the best antique stores in the area. Blue Ridge is also home to the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway and the Swan drive-in theater. Kayaking, tubing, horseback riding, and hiking are all possible, with one hiking trail located just a short walk from your front door. The cabin has free WiFi, a full kitchen, central heat, and air conditioning. There is free parking for 3 vehicles. The following are some of the things you can enjoy during your vacation stay.

    During your vacation stay, you’ll enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery. Winter, summer, spring, and fall, Georgia’s Blue Ridge is simply beautiful. Winter is the quiet season, with occasional snow. Spring is best for trout fishing, wildflowers, blooming dogwoods, and native azaleas. Summer brings a profusion of mountain laurel and rhododendron blossoms, along with warmer water for tubing and rafting. Blue Ridge is the perfect place to experience the brilliant colors of fall or to enjoy the holidays with family and friends.

    The town of Blue Ridge was once considered an elite health resort because of its pure mineral waters. It was established as a railroad town, with the depot at its heart. Visitors would ride the train to town, eat dinner and take a leisurely walk to the mineral springs after dinner. Today, visitors still ride the train and take a walk along Main Street, enjoying the antique and specialty shops, galleries, restaurants, small-town atmosphere, and friendly people. First-time visitors are amazed at the number and quality of shops and restaurants in downtown Blue Ridge.

    Mccaysville and the Copper Basin. A river runs through the quaint town of McCaysville, a twin city with Copperhill, Tennessee. Stand in both states at one time at the Blue Line, which marks the spot where Georgia ends and Tennessee begins. Here the Toccoa River becomes the Ocoee River, flowing northward into Tennessee.

    Fine Dining and Fun Dining. Local food is an essential part of the trip when you visit Georgia’s, Blue Ridge. Add five local breweries and two wineries to the mix and you’ve got a pretty eclectic dining experience in a small-town setting.

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