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2.North Georgia Premium Outlets
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5.Calhoun Outlet Marketplace
Best Outlet Malls in Georgia
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More Ideas in GA: Kingwood Country Club & Resort
Kingwood Country Club & Resort is the perfect spot for a weekend getaway or weeklong vacation in beautiful Northern Georgia. Guests can choose from nearly 50 hotel rooms at the Main Inn or reserve a luxurious two or three-bedroom condo. Dining at the Kingwood Restaurant becomes a meal to remember looking over mountain vistas from the back porch. Even seasoned golfers will find the winding 18-hole course at Kingwood challenging, although players of any skill level can appreciate the stunning views. More adventure awaits just steps away from the resort, from whitewater rafting to zip lining.
Rooms & Suites
The Inn at Kingwood includes 48 guest rooms looking out onto the Blue Ridge Mountains. Each guest room features two queen-sized beds or a king bed, a balcony, mini-fridge, coffeemaker, workstation, and complimentary wireless Internet.
Kingwood also offers two and three-bedroom condos for rent for larger groups. Guests can reserve their condo for just the weekend, or on a weekly or monthly basis for longer stays. All units include a master suite with a walk-in closet and whirlpool tub, a second bathroom, living room with sofa bed and gas log fireplace, dining area, full kitchen and washer, and dryer. Each condo also has either a screened-in porch or sun deck.
For even more space and privacy, the resort offers seasonal rental homes on a week-to-week basis.
The Restaurant at Kingwood Country Club & Resort serves lunch, dinner, and snacks Monday through Saturday. Guests can eat in the main dining area or the Fireside Lounge in front of a cozy fireplace and big-screen TV. The main dining room also features a back porch to enjoy a meal or a drink with a spectacular mountain view. The Restaurant offers seasonal menus and nightly specials, as well as holiday buffets.
The town of Clayton offers fast food restaurants for a fast and affordable meal, as well as local favorites for a sit-down dinner, drink or treat. Fortify Kitchen & Bar serves simple, elegant entrees, while Fortify Pi specializes in craft pizzas served alongside local brews. White Birch Provisions is more than a coffee shop, selling baked goods, gourmet food, wine, and gifts. Bonnie’s Clayton Cafe offers homestyle cooking with friendly small-town service.
The Kingwood Resort Spa offers a wide selection of facial, massage and body treatments, as well as salon services including cut and color, brow waxing and pedicures. Couples can relax together with a side-by-side romantic massage. Spa massage therapists can also provide targeted massage treatments to ease sore muscles and improve sports performance. The facility also features a whirlpool and both an indoor and outdoor pool.
Weddings & Conferences
Kingwood has over two decades of experience planning and hosting weddings. The resort offers a team of wedding planners to help couples select the appropriate venue, catering menus, and custom services for their big day. An outdoor ceremony in the Bridal Mountain Garden for up to 300 guests features a backdrop of blooming flowers in the spring and colorful leaves in the fall. The Rabun Room is perfect for small, intimate ceremonies and events, with a stone fireplace and wood dance floor. The elegant Main Lodge is available for a reception dinner for up to 200 guests. Or, guests can opt for a more casual cocktail reception for up to 300 guests.
The resort can also host meetings and corporate events for up to 150 guests, with help from professional catering and event planning staff.
The resort’s 18-hole golf course offers over 6,000 yards of play among the beautiful wooded foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Kingwood Golf Course is appropriate for players of all skill levels, with four tee locations.
The Fitness Center at Kingwood Country Club & Resort features a full range of cardio and strength training equipment, including a free weights area, as well as heated indoor and outdoor pools. The tennis courts are open year-round and are also suitable for pickleball. Guests can end their workout with a visit to the separate men’s and women’s showers, each with a sauna, whirlpool tub, and steam room.
Several rivers run through the landscape surrounding the resort, providing opportunities for adventure and sightseeing. Guests can plan a day of whitewater rafting, fishing, canoeing, or kayaking. Waterfalls trickling down rock walls make the resort’s outdoor picnic area a tranquil setting for lunch between activities.
Things to Do Nearby
The Rabun County Historical Society operates a museum and research library in Downtown Clayton, where visitors can explore Southern Appalachia and Cherokee history.
The tasting room at Tiger Mountain Vineyards in nearby Tiger, Georgia is open daily, serving glasses of their ten handcrafted wines. The winery’s historic Red Barn Cafe also serves weekend brunch and lunch.
Black Rock Mountain State Park in Mountain City covers 1,743 acres of hiking trails, streams, and waterfalls in Northern Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Visitors can travel to the summit of Black Rock Mountain at an altitude of 3,640 feet for a stunning 80-mile view across the landscape.
401 Country Club Drive, Clayton, GA 30525, Phone: 706-212-4100
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More Ideas in GA: Hamilton-Turner Inn in Savannah
Set amongst the magnificent magnolias and giant oaks in the picturesque Lafayette Square, the Hamilton-Turner Inn is an award-winning bed and breakfast inn that exudes the grace and charm of the city that surrounds it. Built in 1873, the mansion was the first residence in Savannah to have electricity and was a renowned venue for elite social events. After surviving the great fire in 1898, the building was almost destroyed to become a playground but was luckily saved Historic Savannah Foundation and restored to its former glory. Today, the AAA four-diamond inn boasts luxurious accommodations, gourmet cuisine, first-class facilities and amenities and outstanding hospitality and service.
The Hamilton-Turner Inn has 17 beautifully appointed guest rooms and luxury suites, each individually designed and decorated to reflect their own character and charm. Each guest room and suite reflects the historic charm of Savannah with elegant décor and furnishings, including king- and queen-sized beds topped with customized bedding and imported linens, comfortable seating, and modern amenities. Large windows flood rooms with natural light, while soft lighting creates an ambient glow in the evenings. Private bathrooms are havens of serenity with soaking bathtubs and walk-in showers, double vanities and stylish finishes, plush towels and bathrobes and organic bath products. While suites capture the charm of the South, they all feature modern amenities such as flat-screen HD TVs and wireless high-speed Internet for added convenience.
The James Oglethorpe Suite features 12-foot high ceilings and vast floor-to-ceiling windows that embrace beautiful views of Lafayette Square. The Suite has an antique queen-size bed with customized linens, cozy fireplace, and a luxurious en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower, freestanding claw foot slipper tub, plush towels, and bathrobes and organic bath products. A separate sitting area has a cozy loveseat and HD television.
The spacious Noble Jones Suite features a grand king-sized canopy bed and an ornate fireplace in the bedroom and an extra-large walk-in shower and free-standing claw foot slipper tub, plush towels and bathrobes and organic bath products. Grand floor-to-ceiling windows look out over the trees on Lafayette Square and high ceilings add an elegant touch.
Dark red walls exude an air of luxury in the Earl of Chatham Suite, which features two queen-sized beds, an en-suite bathroom with a deluxe walk-in shower and double vanity, plush towels and bathrobes and organic bath products. A separate sitting area has comfortable seating, an HD television and lovely views over the picturesque Lafayette Square.
The Button Gwinnett Room has beautiful hardwood floors and is tastefully decorated with vibrant, contemporary décor. A separate sitting area has plush seating and captivating views, while the bedroom has a comfortable king-sized bed and private bathroom with double vanity, walk-in rain shower, plush towels and bathrobes and organic bath products.
Boasting breathtaking views of downtown Savannah from stately floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the room with light, the General Nathanael Green Suite features a grand king-size, four-poster bed with imported linens and an en-suite bathroom with walk-in rain shower, double vanity, plush towels and bathrobes and organic bath products.
The John Wesley Suite offers two queen-sized beds and a private bathroom with walk-in rain shower, double vanity, plush towels and bathrobes and organic bath products. A charming sitting area is centered around a decorative fireplace, and large windows offer stunning views of the cathedral spires of Lafayette Square.
The spacious, garden level Casimir Pulaski and Johnny Mercer Rooms are warm and welcoming rooms with private front entrance, queen-sized beds and newly renovated bathroom with walk-in rain showers, granite vanities, and marble finishes.
The sophisticated Juliette Gordon Low Room boasts elegant décor with a Victorian queen-sized bed and a stylish bathroom walk-in shower, full-length mirror, plush towels and bathrobes and organic bath products. Large windows look out over the treetops and cathedral spires of the lovely Lafayette Square.
The Isaiah Davenport Room has a private entrance that opens onto the garden and features exposed brick walls, a charming bedroom and newly renovated bathroom with marble bath, plush towels and bathrobes and organic bath products. A sumptuous sitting area with beautiful bay window boasts views through magnolia and oak trees in the Mary Telfair Room, which has a queen-size bed and private bathroom with walk-in shower and charming décor.
The Eli Whitney Room is the largest of the courtyard-level rooms and features a lovely sitting room with exposed brick and hardwood floors, a queen-sized sleigh bed and private bathroom with walk-in marble rain shower, granite vanity, and organic bath products.
The Flannery O’Connor Room boasts white French doors that open onto the courtyard patio and has An ornate iron filigree queen-sized bed and private bathroom with whirlpool spa bath and shower combination.
The Conrad Aiken Room features a king-sized, four-poster bed, en-suite bathroom with quaint bath and shower combination, and charming casement windows overlooking the tree-lined Charlton Street. The carriage house-like Julie Scarborough Room enjoys courtyard garden views with a queen-sized sleigh bed, and private bathroom with bath and shower combination, plush towels and bathrobes and organic bath products.
The James Turner Carriage House offers added levels of privacy and space with three bedrooms, namely the Flannery O'Conner, Conrad Aiken and Julia Scarborough rooms, three and a half bathrooms, a cozy parlor and access to the garden through a private entrance. This carriage house is perfect for families or groups of friends traveling together and wanting extra space, comfort, and style.
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Guests can enjoy a complimentary gourmet breakfast every morning in the sunny breakfast room with lovely garden views. The Hamilton chef prepares hearty culinary treats from fluffy eggs benedict and hand-carved ham to mouthwatering French toast and freshly baked pastries. Refreshments are available throughout the day and wine, and hors d’oeuvres are served in the evening in the inviting parlor.
For lunch, dinner and cocktails, the Inn is within walking distance of several excellent restaurants in and around the historic district, including Paula Deen’s The Lady and Sons, Mrs. Wilkes’ Dining Room, The Olde Pink House, and Vic's on the River.
In addition to comfortable, luxurious accommodations which feature modern amenities such as HD televisions and free wireless Internet, the Hamilton-Turner Inn offers an array of complimentary offerings, including daily morning newspaper and coffee served in the parlor.
A freshly-prepared Southern breakfast buffet is served every morning, as well as afternoon refreshments, evening wine and hors d’oeuvres and late night port in the parlor and a nightly turndown service is available with sweet treats.
>Hamilton-Turner Inn is nestled in the heart of the Savannah’s downtown historic district, which is one of the largest National Historic Landmarks in the country and home to a wealth of attractions, activities, and interesting historical sites.
Antebellum Houses worth visiting include the Andrew Low and the Green-Meldrim Houses, both designed by John Norris, the Isaiah Davenport House, the circa 1831 Juliette Gordon Low House and the Mercer Williams House, which was made famous in the 1994 John Berendt novel “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”
Notable museums include the Ships of the Sea Museum, which exhibits a variety of maritime antiques, ships models, and paintings, the Savannah Railroad Museum, which is the largest existing nineteenth-century railroad operations complex in the nation. The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force is home to many outstanding World War II exhibits.
Savannah is home to no less than 22 pristine parks and squares, which form the green heart of the city. These parks are beautiful places to stroll around and soak up the tranquility or enjoy a picnic with friends.
Lafayette Square was established in 1837 and features a stunning water fountain which is dyed green for the city massive St. Patrick's Day celebrations. Originally known as St. James Square, Telfair Square is located between State Street and York Street and was built to honor the Telfair family. Washington Square was constructed in 1790 and named after the first President of the United States, who visited Savannah in that year. The 30-acre Forsyth Park features winding walking paths, open air basketball and tennis courts and a designated children’s playground area and casual café.
330 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA 31401, Phone: 888-448-8849
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