5 Unique Coffee Shops to Visit in the North Georgia Mountains

The Coffee Buzz You Crave In North Georgia Like wine, coffee has its own culture. Are your cups inspired by the primal need to wake up in the morning? Is it more about tasting the different flavors and noticing the way different growing methods and locations contribute to each flavor of brew? Is it simply a pleasant way to pass the time chatting with your best friend? Do you take your coffee black or do you like to add just the right amount of cream and sugar? What’s the best pastry pairing for your coffee? No matter what inspires your … Continue reading

Cozy Used Bookshop in the North Georgia Mountains

You Won’t Get Literary Withdrawals Visiting the North Georgia Mountains If you’re a book-lover, you probably never want to be far from a bookstore. Luckily you won’t have to when you visit the north Georgia mountains. Mt. Yonah Book Exchange is a regional used book store that houses over 15,000 books and is everything you’re looking for in a cozy, local shop. Part of what draws folks to the north Georgia mountains is their need for peace and tranquility in their otherwise busy, hectic lives. One step into the Mt. Yonah Book Exchange will have you understand why so many … Continue reading

What is a CBD Oil Massage?

Why the Hype? There’s a lot of buzz surrounding CBD oil and its potential for easing muscle pain. With the recent legalization of medical marijuana in numerous states, many people have naturally become curious about why pain sufferers are drawn to the plant. Here’s what you need to know about CBD oil and what you can expect with our new massage treatment add-on at the Lucille’s Mountain Top Inn & Spa! What is CBD Oil? CBD (also called cannabidiol) is an odorless, colorless substance derived from the marijuana plant. But unlike other derivatives of the plant, CBD does not contain the … Continue reading

Is Sautee Nacoochee, GA HAUNTED?

When the crisp fall weather rolls in and the days get shorter, we know it’s time for ghost story season. So settle into a cozy chair, grab some steaming hot chocolate and get ready for things to get spooky as we share this north Georgia tale of love, heartbreak, murder, and the ghostly souls that may still inhabit the land we call home. Before white settlers arrived in the converging valleys of Sautee and Nacoochee, the land was home to the Cherokee and Chickasaw tribes, who were often warring against each other. It was during a peaceful period, though, that … Continue reading