Experience our restored, historic Boutique Hotel with modern amenities and rustic charm in the North Georgia Mountains
Each room in our historic North Georgia hotel features private baths and plush, downy queen and king-sized beds that welcome sweet dreams.
The woodsy accommodations have memorable rustic charm, with one-of-a-kind hand-crafted Adirondack mirrors, special lighting, and clothes racks.
There are currently 13 rooms available in the main hotel, plus a separate 2 bedroom, 2 bath Innkeeper’s Cottage. We also offer 5 cottages at the Lake Rabun Fish Camp located one mile from the hotel.
All rooms include a gourmet breakfast served from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in our hotel restaurant or an outside deck under the shelter of a locust log-framed roof, surrounded by hemlocks and pines.
For early risers, gourmet coffee and tea are waiting just outside your door. Enjoy your first cup on one of our decks and let the morning sun dazzle you awake.
2nd Floor Historic Rooms
Woodsy, Charming, and Welcoming Guests For Nearly 100 Years
Drift asleep with the feeling of another, perhaps more peaceful time.
Named for the original owner of the hotel and the founder of Lakemont, this room is the cornerstone of our Blue Ridge Mountains lodge.
Enjoy the privacy of your own beautifully crafted log and mountain laurel deck laced with jasmine and clematis vines.
Lake Rabun Room
Fall asleep to the gentle sounds of water falling over rocks outside your windows.
An overhead fan, uniquely crafted large wooden mirror, mountain laurel sconces, and clothes racks all create the unmistakable feeling of being in the mountains.
Intimate, with a little mountain history only discovered in the magical liquid of moonshine!
Tallulah is a Native American word that means “leaping water.” It’s been said that a young brunette woman sometimes visits this room in spirit. She’s said to be kind.
This room is named in honor of Minnehaha Falls, a spectacular waterfall with a 100-foot cascade located only 10 minutes from the hotel.
Named for the quaint, historic art village of Lakemont, it’s a staff favorite, with treetop views.
3rd Floor Tree Top Rooms
The 3rd floor is truly a tree top nesting spot. It’s unique, fun, creative and the newest addition to this historic hotel.
All of it has been designed to celebrate the heritage of the area, utilizing local woods crafted by talented mountain craftsmen. Each room is distinctly different. All are in tune with the mountain lodge ambiance of the hotel and honor the environment we’ve been entrusted with. We call it the Green Loft. You’ll find the highest rated Saatva luxury firm mattresses specifically made for the hotel with non-toxic materials in each room.
This log cabin inspired room has a King sized bed that can be separated into two twin beds if desired.
The Queen size bed has a custom-made tree bark headboard and is one of a kind.
This room features a Queen bed under a vaulted ceiling, interesting lighting and décor, and an outstandingly quirky bathroom.
North Mountain Room
This room has a Queen size custom made bed with mountain laurel headboard. Barn doors slide open to the bathroom.
Witham Point Room
Witham Point, the largest and brightest room in the hotel with seven windows overlooking the front gardens and the man-made waterfall.
Enjoy Privacy In Nature
Each of our cottages is uniquely and stylishly decorated for comfort and relaxation. The Innkeeper’s Cottage is located next to the Lake Rabun Hotel & Restaurant in a woodland garden setting. The Fish Camp Cottages are located a little more than a mile from the hotel in a private forest with central native plant gardens, central stone firepit, corn hole games, and small pond where bullfrogs and tree frogs serenade you all night long.
Constructed of cedar board and batten, this cottage was built in the early 1900s and restored by the current owners.
Lake Rabun Fish Camp Cottages
The Fish Camp is located in a peaceful, quiet setting a mile from the Lake Rabun Hotel and Restaurant and is close to Lakemont Historic Art Village, Tallulah Gorge State Park, and idyllic Lake Rabun itself.