21 Best Romantic Weekend Getaways in Georgia

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Looking for a great place to stay in Georgia that’s romantic and unforgettable? Georgia is a beautiful state in the southeastern United States that offers plenty of romantic weekend getaways. Save this list to help you plan your next anniversary or a romantic escape!

What is a good weekend getaway for couples in Georgia?

Depending on what you enjoy most, you can stay in a boutique hotel or resort—both options tend to have that southern charm and architecture. Or you can look for a rustic cabin in the woods of the North Georgia mountains.

If you stay in a city like Savannah or Atlanta, then you can enjoy the wonderful food and nightlife that the cities offer. But you can also enjoy a secluded destination near nature trails and enjoy each other’s company while stargazing.

There are also some amazing recreational activities such as horseback riding, kayaking, hiking, wine tasting, and more. Georgia has lots to offer!

Romantic Weekend Getaways in Georgia

This list provides you with a variety of options to consider for your next romantic escape. Will you book a stay at one of Georgia’s amazing resorts? Stay at a hotel in the city? A cottage near the beach? A unique stay like a tiny house or treehouse or a yurt? Or a cabin in the mountains?

Is there just one perfect place in Georgia for a romantic getaway? Here are my top picks of places to stay in Georgia for an amazing weekend vacation. You’ll soon see that it’s difficult to choose just one destination!

1) Tiny Houses by Live a Little Chatt (Rising Fawn)

I initially discovered these tiny houses by Live a Little Chatt on Airbnb in 2019. There are three of them that sit on a property on the edge of Lookout Mountain in Rising Fawn, Georgia. I stayed in Shangri-Little because it’s the biggest tiny house (ha), and it has a small deck with amazing views.

Keep in mind that the two other tiny houses are nearby on the same property, so you may have neighbors nearby. You share a hot tub with them, which quite literally sits on the side of a cliff. The views are completely breathtaking, especially during sunset and with a glass of wine!

You can choose to spend the entire weekend on the property, but there are plenty of experiences to enjoy nearby. The Lookout Mountain Flight Park is located right down the same road and offers hang-gliding experiences. You may see them flying above the cliff at the tiny house!

There are several hiking trails within driving distance too as well as Cloudland Canyon State Park. You can also drive to Chattanooga, Tennessee for a nice romantic dinner!

2) Lake Cove Cottage (Morganton)

The Lake Cove Cottage is a beautiful cottage that gives you direct access to Blue Ridge Lake, a reservoir located in Fannin County. This is a picturesque lake with amazing green and blue hues along the water with stunning mountain views in the distance.

The cottage itself offers modern amenities like a king-size bed, ceiling windows, a wrap-around porch, a fire pit, and a hot tub. It’s also pet-friendly so bring your furry friends along!

Related: The Best Lakes in Georgia You’ll Love to Explore

3) Pavillion Airstream (Ellijay)

Outdoor adventurers will love this unique stay at The Pavillion Airstream. Located in the middle of the woods, you can enjoy a secluded experience but you’re also a short drive away from downtown Ellijay.

The Airstream is a great place to spend your time exploring the Appalachian foothills and their surroundings. There is a private bathroom with a bathtub and an outdoor shower that’s perfect for enjoying a true glamping experience.

Inside of the Airstream, there is also a full bed and two twin beds. There’s also a small kitchen with appliances like a refrigerator, stovetop, oven, and microwave. Finally, there’s also an indoor bathroom which can be used when needed.

charming and retro Airstream parked underneath a spacious porch
Photo Credit: North Georgia Glamping

4) Geodesic Dome (Ellijay)

Here is another option by North Georgia Glamping: the Geodesic Dome. This is a great option if you want to see the starry night sky.

At this glampground, you can spend the night under the stars by looking at the Appalachian foothills and their surroundings. You will have a private bathroom with a bathtub and an outdoor shower.

5) Retreat at Fall Branch Falls (Cherry Log)

Completed in 2021, the Retreat at Fall Branch Falls is an amazing getaway that you’ll want to book again and again. There is a creek nearby so you can enjoy the peaceful sounds of the flowing water while you enjoy your morning coffee.

This is certainly one of the most romantic places on this list and the best option if you want a secluded getaway.

6) Bed+Bough, Treehouse Retreat (Dahlonega)

There is an abundance of cabins and lodges near Dahlonega. But if you’re looking for a unique experience, then this enchanting treehouse may intrigue you!

7) The Len Foote Hike Inn (Dawsonville)

The Len Foote Hike Inn is a sustainably designed Georgia State Park facility in the Chattahoochee National Forest, just a few hours north of downtown Atlanta. It has four main buildings that offer twenty private guest rooms, hot showers, fresh linens, and home-cooked meals.

The five-mile trail starting from the top of Amicalola Falls is a popular mountain trail in the North Georgia Blue Ridge. The two to four-hour hike crosses small streams and traverses scenic ridges.

8) Cottage at Red Top Mountain State Park (Acworth)

The park has 20 cottages and one yurt to choose from, which you can book on their website. The cottages are situated atop a hill with stunning lake views. They are also near the large marina inside the park, making them perfect for boating and fishing trips.

There is also an open living room kitchen design with fireplaces, ensuring that you have all of the amenities you need while staying in this beautiful state park!

9) Cottage at Fort Mountain State Park (Chatsworth)

The cottages at Fort Mountain State Park have been recently renovated and provide a relaxing retreat after spending your day exploring the park and nearby hiking trails.

There are a lot of things to do in the park, so staying there for a night or two is an excellent idea. The newly renovated cottages are very nice and will make you feel comfortable and allow you to enjoy an upscaled experience.

10) The Heidi Motel (Helen)

Helen, Georgia is one of my favorite towns in North Georgia. Maybe it’s because of my German heritage or maybe it’s because I love the Biergarten and the local shops!

The Heidi Motel is quaint and adorable. If your dates are flexible or you’re willing to book well in advance, then you have a chance of booking the room inside of the windmill! One of the suites even has a hot tub. Talk about relaxing!

If you stay here then you’re within walking distance of everything Helen has to offer. I recommend checking out King Ludwig Biergarten for some tasty draft beer and a soft pretzel. Yum! There are also plenty of novelty shops, cafes, and restaurants to enjoy within the town.

11) Lucille’s Mountain Top Inn and Spa (Sautee Nacoochee)

At Lucille’s Mountain Top Inn & Spa, guests can enjoy a relaxing spa and access to award-winning wineries in the area.

The inn also has elegant rooms with breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains as well as local activities and attractions like scenic waterfalls, Chattahoochee River tours, fly fishing on the Soque River, zip-lining, golf, and hot air balloon rides. Be sure to watch the sunrise or sunset from Lucille’s Crow’s Nest!

12) Barnsley Resort (Adairsville)

The Barnsley Resort offers romance seekers a wide variety of private moments to be had. On horseback, riders can take a trail ride for two with a picnic lunch to explore the most remote corners of the property.

For those who prefer more indoor activities, there is onsite dining at the Rice House restaurant. The resort’s clawfoot tubs are perfect for soaking up spectacular bubbles and any whim can be arranged thanks to willing Barnsley staff.

13) White Birch Inn (Clayton)

The White Birch Inn is quite an eclectic place to stay. They offer a few romance packages for you to enjoy with your partner. Clayton is a great central location if you’re interested in visiting a lot of wineries and taking advantage of some wine tastings.

Photo Credit: The White Birch Inn

14) Callaway Resort & Gardens (Pine Mountain)

If you decide to book a stay at Callaway Resort in Pine Mountain, Georgia, then you are in for a real treat. The Lodge and Spa at Callaway Gardens offer a variety of luxurious amenities, including complimentary internet access, free valet parking, and 310-thread count premium sheets. The resort also has an outdoor pool next to the hot tub as well as the Summer Cabana Bar and fitness center.

15) Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa (Young Harris)

The North Georgia Mountains offer many romantic weekend getaways including the Brasstown Valley Resort in Young Harris, Georgia.

This resort offers many memorable experiences like abundant food, horseback riding, an outdoor pool, nature trails, and a golf course. Book The Spa Suite for the ultimate romantic and relaxing experience!

16) Forest Hills Resort (Dahlonega)

The Forest Hills Resort is a peaceful and relaxing getaway located in the foothills of the Georgia Mountains. You can choose from a variety of guestrooms and suites, but the intimate cabins are by far the most romantic choice – tucked away in the forest with a private hot tub and cozy fireplace.

If you’re up for some outdoor exercise, you can go horse-back riding, hiking, cycling, kayaking, or more.

17) Azalea Inn (Savannah)

If you’re looking for an elegant Savannah experience, look no further than Azalea Inn and Villas. This mansion and B&B combine Southern charm with modern romance, making it a perfect choice for anyone visiting the city.

With its prime location and top-notch amenities, Azalea Inn and Villas is a hidden gem that’s well worth exploring.

This inn is located a few blocks away from Forsyth Park and is away from the hustle and bustle of busy downtown, but it is still within walking distance of great restaurants, nightlife, and historical attractions.

Related: 36 Epic Treehouse Rentals in Georgia for an Amazing Getaway

18) The Cloister (Sea Island)

The Cloister at Sea Island is one of the most scenic spots on Sea Island, with a view of the Blackbank River. It has large, newly refreshed rooms and exquisite suites. It’s also set on 50 lush acres with five miles of private coastline to discover.

If you’re looking for a beautiful spot to stay, request a room facing the river.

Photo Credit: Sea Island

19) Waters Hill Bed & Breakfast (Brunswick)

Vintage with a hint of southern charm is just one way to describe Waters Hill Bed & Breakfast. If you want to experience southern hospitality and stay on a historic property, then this is it.

Be sure to take a picture in front of the Lover’s Oaktree a few blocks away. You’ll also be a short drive away from Jekyll Island and St. Simons Island.

20) Greyfield Inn (Cumberland Island)

Cumberland Island is eighteen miles long and wide. It has extensive salt marshes and tidal estuaries on the west side, as well as forests, freshwater sloughs, and sand dune ridges on the east. The island is a protected wilderness with many miles of trails providing excellent access.

Greyfield Inn offers guests 200 acres of unspoiled land spanning marshland on the west and ocean to the east. On Cumberland Island, guests can set off for adventure each day by birding, swimming, biking, hiking, kayaking, fishing, and observing the island’s wild horses.

21) Lake Rabun Hotel (Lakemont)

The Lake Rabun Hotel & Restaurant is a nature-inspired boutique hotel, which is located near a beautiful lake. There are many activities available in the area, such as boating, fishing, swimming, and more.

The hotel also offers Farm to Table food and relaxing Spa services. Whether you’re looking for relaxation, adventure, or a chance to share what’s important to you with loved ones, Lake Rabun has everything you need!

front entrance of the Lake Rabun Hotel with lush greenery and forest
Photo Credit: Lake Rabun Hotel

Bottom Line

This list provides you with a variety of romantic escape destinations in Georgia.

Will you stay at one of the state’s amazing resorts? Stay at a hotel or motel in the city? A cottage near the beach? A unique stay like a tiny house, treehouse, yurt, or cabin in the mountains? Or maybe choose to go somewhere off-the-beaten-path like an old plantation or winery.

It can be hard to choose just one destination when there are so many great choices!

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