Georgia Mountain Inn Introduces New Updated Rooms

We’ve been changing a lot more than sheets here at Lucille’s! We’ve been busy updating guest rooms to make them fresher and more modern. And we added a gazebo on the mountaintop that is an ideal spot for enjoying your morning cup of coffee or sipping wine at sunset. Take a look. With new high-end furniture and fixtures, Room 1 (above) looks downright elegant! This main level room is handicapped accessible and overlooks the pretty Koi Pond. This is the ground floor Room #2, super spacious and now superbly redone! It has spectacular mountain views, direct access to the back porch and … Continue reading

Whee! Ziplining Through North Georgia Mountains

Sign up for a trip with Nacoochee Adventures in Helen, Georgia, and you’ll be getting a lot more than just a whirlwind ride. You’ll also learn about the area, from Native American history to the gold rush, moonshine makers, and more! Formerly known as ZipNTime, Nacoochee Adventures offers a range of canopy tours with plenty of breathtaking thrills, including the longest dual zipline in the continental United States. All of the zipline platforms are tree based, the highest reaching 70 feet above ground. Experienced certified guides zip with riders, providing commentary along the way. Itching for a chance to soar? … Continue reading

North Georgia’s Wolf Mountain Vineyards & Winery

With more than 200 medals in major United States wine competitions under its wine-making belt, Wolf Mountain Vineyards & Winery has made a name for itself, and not only here in Georgia. But it also has an award-winning setting, and that combo of great wine and dynamite scenery is more than enough reason to plan a visit. Wolf Mountain Vineyards & Winery was established in 1999, and follows the French methods of winemaking, blending European varietals to achieve the complex and intense style it prefers in wines. Its vineyards, which sit at an 1800-foot elevation in the Dahlonega Plateau, are planted with … Continue reading

Woofs Of Welcome At This Georgia Mountain Inn

As many of our guests know, two of the most important hosts here at Lucille’s are four-legged and furry: our faithful friends, Gus and Bella. We thought it was time they got a little attention for all their hard work! But first, a little history. Dogs have been an important component of Lucille’s Mountaintop Inn & Spa for years. Original owners, George and Lucille, had a little Yorkie named Muffin who sadly met her demise on the Inn’s opening day. In her honor we call our location “Muffin’s Mountain.” Previous innkeepers Jim and Jerry had a cute dog, named Gracie, … Continue reading