Just 10 minutes from downtown Blue Ridge restaurants, shops, and fun attractions, Four Seasons welcomes YOU to kick back and relax at this true log cabin in North Georgia. Nestled on Cherry Log Mountain in Blue Ridge, GA, this 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom vacation home can accommodate up to 7 guests, ideal for memorable family vacations or getaways with friends. Amenities and conveniences at this cozy and charming Blue Ridge cabin make your stay extra comfortable and enjoyable.
With 1,300 square feet of space across a single level, everyone can spread out and unwind at this Blue Ridge cabin in the lofty trees. Outside, there’s an oversized screened deck with 2 levels — featuring a sitting area, a steamy hot tub, a gas grill, and an outdoor table. Fairy lights welcome you every evening, and the swaying trees and singing birds are a delight during the day.
Inside this cabin rental in Blue Ridge, the open floorplan keeps everyone connected while cooking in the fully equipped kitchen, playing board games in the dining area, and watching Blu-rays on the big screen TV in the living room. And you can sip hot chocolate or open a bottle of wine next to the crackling wood-burning fireplace on cooler nights in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Near your cabin in Blue Ridge, GA, there are nature hikes, mountain bike trails, scenic drives, hidden waterfalls, picnic spots, vineyards, distilleries, breweries, cafes, events, and much more to entertain your group. Back at your North Georgia vacation rental, you’ll also have TVs in the bedrooms, a Keurig coffeemaker, 2 queen beds, 1 twin-over-queen bunk, plus a walk-in shower and a shower/tub combo for added convenience. Extras include Wi-Fi, a washer/dryer, and keyless entry!
Bring back a bottle of vino from Engelheim Vineyards to enjoy at your Blue Ridge, GA, cabin rental — lounging on the sofa and chatting with friends in front of a warming fire. Set beneath an antler chandelier in an open-concept space, the living room invites guests to take it easy for a while. With gorgeous wood flowing from floor to ceiling, a stone fireplace, and Appalachian vibes, this space is super cozy.
For entertainment, host movie nights with the big screen TV and Blu-ray player. Don’t forget to set out bowls of buttery popcorn, bites of locally made fudge, and glasses of soda pop on the crafted coffee table! Plop on the sofa and gossip with your bestie or curl up with a warm blanket next to the fireplace with a riveting read. Lamps around the room make the space even more relaxed as evening approaches, and views of the trees can be spotted from the windows during the day.
Hungry, thirsty, or both? Thank goodness there’s a fully outfitted kitchen at your Blue Ridge Mountain cabin rental. Cook up a storm for the whole family, impress your friends with a homemade cake, or try a few festive holiday recipes if you’re here to celebrate!
Continuing with the log cabin atmosphere, the kitchen at this Blue Ridge vacation home has all-wood cabinetry and an island for extra prep space. Black appliances include a refrigerator, an electric range, a microwave, a dishwasher, and a Keurig coffeemaker. There’s a double sink with a window framing the lovely trees, and you’ll have all the tools, pots, pans, and dishes needed to prepare, cook, and enjoy meals, snacks, and drinks on your mountain retreat.
Plan family game nights — with a selection of board games at this Blue Ridge cabin — sit down for quality mealtimes together, and use the dining area for whatever needs you have, like arts and crafts, work meetings, or homeschool assignments. Just off the kitchen, the dining room is a nice space to gather everyone to eat, chat, laugh, and make memories together.
The rustic table features matching chairs and 2 benches to seat your group. And if you need more space, there are 2 barstools at the kitchen island. During the daytime, appreciate the peaceful tree-studded scenery and natural light through the large window, and evenings beneath the hanging light are cozy and inviting.
Recall your first sip of Appalachian moonshine, horseback ride with gorgeous mountain views, or romantic meal or nice family dinner at The Black Sheep while drifting to dreamland at your 3-bedroom cabin rental in Blue Ridge, GA. There are also 2 full bathrooms with a walk-in shower and a shower/tub combo.
With room for 7 guests, there’s a mix of 2 queen-size beds plus 1 twin-over-queen bunk at this Blue Ridge cabin rental. The primary suite has its own bathroom, and there are TVs in the bedrooms for added entertainment during your stay. Take a long, hot shower or a luxurious bubble bath before slipping into bed, reading or chatting with your partner, and waking up to tree scenes through the windows.
Between all the things to do in Northeast Georgia, you’ll appreciate having your own outdoor spaces to relax and unwind at your leisure. This Blue Ridge, GA, cabin rental offers an oversized screened deck with 2 levels to entertain. Wooded views surround this semi-private vacation home in the Blue Ridge Mountains, creating a calm atmosphere to unwind in nature.
Sip morning coffee or smoothie, afternoon tea or lemonade, and evening cocktails or cocoa in the sitting area. Change into your swimsuit for a soothing soak in the steaming hot tub — with massaging water jets and fun underwater lights! Fire up the gas grill for a North Georgia mountain barbecue with family and friends and enjoy outdoor dining with tranquil tree views at the table. Outdoor fans make the space cooler and more comfortable in warmer weather, and string lights add a touch of enchantment to every evening.
To note for travel, the driveway is curvy and gravel with parking for 2 vehicles. There are also 2 steps to reach the front porch, which means you won’t have to lug suitcases or groceries up or down a flight of stairs!
Along with entertainment options, there are more homey conveniences at this Blue Ridge cabin rental. A stacked washer and dryer for all your laundry needs, free Wi-Fi to stay connected, and keyless entry so you don’t have to check in or out at an office are all provided for YOU!
When (or if) you can muster up the desire to leave your cozy log cabin with relaxing features and fun extras, consider popping into downtown Blue Ridge, exploring the Chattahoochee National Forest and Aska Adventure Area, or visiting neighboring towns north of Atlanta — including Ellijay, Morganton, McCaysville, Mineral Bluff, Cherry Log, and Blairsville — to experience Appalachian culture firsthand.
Check out local events, sip fine wines, find unique antiques, dine by the Toccoa River, visit intriguing museums, go whitewater rafting, hike mountain trails, fish for trout in Fightingtown Creek, and sunbathe with lake views…for starters.
Benton MacKaye Trail
Beginning at Springer Mountain, the Benton MacKaye Trail features beautiful waterfalls, wildlife, and mountain views as you trek along the path.
Harvest on Main
Dine on grass-fed local beef, Appalachian trout, and seasonal vegetables transformed into delectable dishes at this local restaurant with a nationally recognized chef.
Blue Ridge Scenic Railway
Hop aboard this scenic train ride through the national forest, along the Toccoa River, and finally to twin mountain towns residing on the TN/GA state line.
Please note this vacation rental is not pet friendly — including service animals. Book a pet-friendly cabin in North Georgia to bring YOUR pawesome friends on vacation!
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Great place! Convenient to all things in town while still having the “remote” feel. I only wish it had a fire pit. Other than that, it was great!
It had everything we needed
We most definitely will stay at this cabin again! It had everything we needed and was very clean. The weather was great and leaves were beautiful. We enjoyed downtown Blue Ridge that was very close to our cabin!
Thanks for a wonderful stay
Rented a cabin for a girls trip for a few nights in Blue Ridge. It was pretty much perfect for us. We had just a little trouble finding it, but called the office and they were very helpful. The cabin was very clean and well stocked. Can’t think of anything we needed that was not there. Lots of deer we saw them every evening and early mornings. We were all late 60’s or 70’s. We were unwilling to chance the road at night the cabin was way up very close to top of mountain. It was NO problem for us, but know you will be going very slow to and from the cabin so just plan on it. Thanks for a wonderful stay