The Lodge is located just four miles from the Dahlonega Town Square. It sits on acreage that is a wildlife sanctuary and the home of many flora and fauna found only in the mountain ecology. Bring your binoculars or borrow ours to observe the hummingbirds, finches, hawks, and woodpeckers, as well as a myriad of butterflies. You may even run across rabbits, squirrels and deer early in the morning.
The Lodge is a year round retreat with each change of the seasons providing it's own special magic. In Spring, the delicate pinks of wild honeysuckle and the brilliant orange blossoms of the flame azalea accentuate the white flowering dogwood. Our peaches, cherries, figs, pears, apples, blackberries, and blueberries are also in bloom.
In Summer, the fruit is ripe and the lush greens and delightfully cool evenings provide our guests with a respite from life's cares and the opportunity to enjoy the cool cascading waterfall at the pool that is tucked away in the forest.
Fall brings Nature's palette to life when the leaves change and the mountains are painted in spectacular reds, yellows, and oranges. It is a time for celebration and outdoor adventures just before the next change of season arrives.
Winter opens new vistas as the hardwoods shed their leaves. This is an ideal time to observe the native wildlife and enjoy the beautiful views. Lily Creek is a soothing shelter from the cold with a grand fireplace inside and a large firpit outside for those who are tough enough to brave the cold.