Nestled away in a magnificent and dense thicket of towering trees, you will find your escape to Blue Ridge in the North Georgia mountains. Cozy and quaint, Bear Bottom Creek is quiet, peaceful and restive as the creek babbles right next to the deck and the wind whispers in the trees above you. In short, you can hear yourself think here while creek babbles on by.
Light streams into the kitchen and the living room from two large skylights in the ceiling, and the fireplace, set in a wall that is rock from floor to ceiling, is just waiting for you to build that Jack London fire that will warm the cabin and your spirits. There is nothing quite like firelight dancing on the walls of a cabin in the woods, and it just may be that you too will put on your dancing socks!
A large Dish enabled flatscreen TV is available with a nice assortment of DVDs, books and boardgames to while away the hours as your rest, relax and regenerate on a comfortable sofa and chair next to the antler lamp.
The kitchen is well stocked from toasters to wine glasses and all the utensils you will need to bring the kitchen to life. And, of course, like any respectable cabin, there is a charcoal grill waiting for your favorite meats, and may we recommend that you visit one of the many local farms that offer local organic and incredibly delicious meats from beef, to chicken to pork and more.
The cabin sleeps four in two well appointed rooms, each with their own Dish enabled flatscreen TV. One room has a rustic bunkbed with a full and twin size bed while the other has a full sized bed, and both have wonderful linens on them so that you can rest easy and warm in your cozy little cabin.
The shared bathroom is bright and clean and leads to the brand new washer and dryer which you can use at your convenience when coming back from kayaking, tubing, zip lining or hiking in these authentically rustic North Georgia mountains.
Outside you can enjoy a soak in the hot tub, eat by the creek or simply build a magical fire in the fire pit where the evening can slowly give way to the night and one can only wait to see what the morning will bring.