Ellijay Georgia Cabin Rentals
Thank you for your interest in our pet friendly vacation cabins. Buck Valley Lodge & Bearadise Retreat Cabin are located in the North Georgia Mountains in the mountain town of Ellijay. We are not part of an agency - we are the owners who are personally involved in managing and maintaining our North Georgia cabin rentals. We take great pride in the service we provide our guests as well as the condition, cleanliness and decor of our cabins. We offer pet friendly vacations that are perfect for family get-togethers or romantic getaways. Amenities at Buck Valley Lodge include; indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis & basketball courts, stocked fishing pond and river tubing as well as a private game room with pool table, a private hot tub and firepit. Bearadise Retreat has a relaxing hot tub on 5 acres of privacy along with a fire pit for nights sitting around the campfire roasting marshmallows. The cabins are close to all the sites in the North Georgia Mountains including Blue Ridge, Helen, Dahlonega, Carters Lake, Amicalola Falls, Fort Mountian, Apple Alley, multiple wineries and the Appalachian Trail. Please let us know if you have any questions or would like to make a reservation at any of our Ellijay Georgia Cabin Rentals. Thank you for visiting!
Ron & Alley
IMPORTANT way to Save Money on your Vacation:
With changes that have taken place on all the big property listing sites we wanted to to know that we don't and will never charge a "Booking Fee" for our cabins through our website or over the phone. VRBO, HomeAway, VacationRentals.com has started charging a 9% "Booking Fee" in February 2016. This is above the $3,000 annually we pay to advertise on their site. None of this money goes to the property owners, it goes directly to the advertising site. AirBnb & TripAdvisor both charge between 8-20% to the travelor when booking a place to stay. Local property management companies are also jumping on this band wagon and charging booking or reservation fees despite charging the property owners at least 35% of each reservation. Your best way to save money is to research properties on these sites then google the name and town of the property and book directly with the owner. Most owners do accept credit cards so you are protected financially as well as the added benefit of getting to deal with the person who knows most about the property and area you'll be visiting.