Yahoola Creek Grill is North Georgia's premier casual fine dining experience. Our Southern-inspired menu strikes the perfect balance between classic and contemporary, using fresh, local ingredients.
Beautiful hilltop view. Clean facility Outdoor Pool Hot Breakfast
Guided horseback rides, romantic carriage rides, wedding carriage service and dinner wagon rides to the River House for cookouts with live entertainment. Located next to Forrest Hills Resort.
Historic Dahlonega Inn built in 1898 on top of a rich vein of gold. In 2006 the original mine shaft was rediscovered during renovation to the basement area. The mine shaft is now open for display.
The Dahlonega Square Hotel and Villas are all steps from the historic square enhancing the Dahlonega experience and providing optimum comfort for our guests. We have EV chargers and a tasting room!
Dahlonega's only Irish Pub! Featuring a full bar and pub-style favorites from burgers and sandwiches to shepherd's pie and bangers & mash. Indoor and outdoor seating includes a pet-friendly deck.
The Dahlonega Market Place is a beautiful venue conveniently located on the historic Dahlonega Square! It is the only event venue within walking distance of all of the shops, lodging and restaurants.
Veteran and locally owned Farm Winery that makes an ancient wine from local pure raw honey, it’s called Mead or Honey Wine!
Highly rated B&B - great value, hearty breakfasts & convenient. 12 recently renovate rooms; TVs, WIFI, &.some w/fireplaces, Jacuzzis & private decks. WiFi, cell service(!), new cabin rental option.
Johnny B's is located next to the beautiful North Georgia College campus just off the Historic Dahlonega Square. We offer delicious Chicago Style Food and Dahlonega's most extensive Bar Menu!
Garden experience, park to picnic and relax with streams under shade trees, or rent seasonal pavilion. Enjoy many different flowers while viewing hundreds of new hybrid daylilies developed by Suzanne
A Luxury B & B and Spa with Country Charm in North Georgia's Wine Country. Featured in September 2004 issue of Southern Living Magazine. 7 Guest suites and one cabin in a scenic mountain setting.