Best Places to Stay in Blue Ridge GA

Enjoy a visit to the charming town of Blue Ridge in North Georgia for shopping, dining, history, and plenty of natural attractions to explore.

Downtown Blue Ridge GA

Blue Ridge Scenic Railway stopped in Downtown Blue Ridge GA

Stay in town and take advantage of walkable downtown Blue Ridge and enjoy dinner and drinks and other fun in downtown Blue Ridge GA. Choose a stay within a few miles for easier access to trails, Lake Blue Ridge, or stunning mountaintop views.

 

Places to Stay in Blue Ridge, GA

No matter what type of North Georgia adventure you are looking for, there are great places to stay in Blue Ridge, Ga.

Enjoy your shorter stays in one of the Blue Ridge hotels where minimum stays of one night are allowed. For longer stays, consider a Blue Ridge vacation rental of a downtown condo or mountaintop cabin (these require minimum stays of 2 nights or more per Georgia law).

 

Hotels in Blue Ridge GA

Choose from one of four great hotels in Blue Ridge, Georgia, and find the perfect place for every type of trip from business to leisure!

 

Hampton Inn Blue Ridge 

This brand new hotel from the Hilton Hotel Group offers a great downtown Blue Ridge location plus a rooftop bar with spectacular views! Free wifi and free breakfast included with stays at this non-smoking hotel. No pets allowed.

 

Comfort Inn Blue Ridge

Stay at this top-rated hotel about a mile from downtown Blue Ridge for easy access to everything and lots of great amenities. This pet-friendly hotel offers free breakfast, free wifi, free parking, and has rooms including doubles, suites, and jacuzzi suites.

 

Douglas Inn & Suites Blue Ridge

The family-friendly Douglas Inn & Suites in Blue Ridge is a smoke-free property that was renovated in 2016 and offers suites and single rooms. Located about a mile from downtown Blue Ridge and attractions including the scenic railway depot. Free breakfast is included at this property with a seasonal outdoor pool.

 

Americas Best Value Inn Blue Ridge

This pet-friendly hotel is located about 1.5 miles from downtown Blue Ridge and offers free breakfast, a seasonal outdoor pool, free wifi, and your choice of smoking or non-smoking rooms.

 

Bed and Breakfasts in Blue Ridge

Blue Ridge Inn Bed & Breakfast in Blue Ridge GA

Blue Ridge Inn Bed & Breakfast in Blue Ridge GA

For something truly different, stay in a unique Blue Ridge Bed & Breakfast that includes a hefty breakfast each morning!

 

Blue Ridge Inn Bed & Breakfast

Stay in the heart of downtown Blue Ridge in this restored home originally built over 120 years ago. Enjoy the southern breakfast each morning and home-baked cookies in the evening. A Tesla electric vehicle charging station is also available for guests of the B&B!

 

Aska Lodge Bed & Breakfast

Stay a few miles from town and just off the beaten path at the top-ranked Aska Lodge Bed & Breakfast. No children under 16 are allowed (unless you are reserving all 4 rooms). A minimum stay of 2 nights is required. Aska Lodge Bed & Breakfast is rated 5.0 with 400+ reviews on TripAdvisor!

 

Cabin Rentals near Blue Ridge

For some amazing mountain views and luxury amenities, click to learn more about cabin rentals in Blue Ridge. Choose from great spaces including downtown Blue Ridge, waterfront at Lake Blue Ridge, or high up on the mountaintops just a few miles from town!

Blue Ridge GA Cabin Rentals

Blue Ridge GA Cabin Rentals

 

Vacation Rentals near Blue Ridge Scenic Railway

Click here to learn more about great vacation rentals near the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway. The train station and depot are centrally located in downtown Blue Ridge and make a great landmark to stay near while in Blue Ridge!

Courtyard views of dining in downtown Blue Ridge

Courtyard views of dining in downtown Blue Ridge

 

Blue Ridge Lodging Map

Enter your dates in the interactive map below to find great rental properties in downtown Blue Ridge.

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What type of lodging do you look for when finding where to stay in Blue Ridge Georgia? Do you prefer to stay in town and walk to shopping and attractions or drive into the mountains to watch sunsets over the Blue Ridge mountains?

6 Responses

  1. Sinatsir says:

    Hey! Great helpful article. It is my first time hearing about Blue Ridge the town. It is not a very familiar place for me but thanks to you, I have discovered this beautiful place that I wish to visit. Very informative with different types of places to stay. I really do admire their Cabin Rentals the vibes are somewhat close to nature and with those big windows. Really loved it! I’m taking a look at that place in particular for booking. Thank you so much!

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Sinastir, I definitely love the views from the cabin rentals that are tucked away in the mountains (about a 5-10 minute drive from town). It’s definitely a vibe that is easy to settle into! I hope your preferred Blue Ridge cabin rental is available on your travel dates and provides the perfect spot for your vacation!!

  2. Jenny says:

    Blue Ridge looks amazing, I would definitely love to visit one day. I love to travel but don’t know anything about Georgia but I will be learning more about this place.

    The hotels are reasonably priced and I especially like the idea of a cabin rental, which sounds cozy plus includes incredible blue ridge mountain views. Perfect

    Blue Ridge Georgia is somewhere I hadn’t thought of visiting until I found your website, now it’s on my bucket list to see this charming mountain town!

    • Alyce says:

      Hi Jenny, Excellent! I hope that you find Blue Ridge GA to be a great place to unwind and enjoy your well-deserved vacation. Enjoy!!

  3. LineCowley says:

    I have never been to Blue Ridge Georgia, but are planning a trip and the North Georgia mountains are on the itinerary. You have presented us with a great selection and suggestions of where to stay. It is quite impressive that the Blue Ridge Inn Bed and Breakfast even has a Tesla charging station for guests. We want to be doing some hiking in the area as well, so I will explore the cabin options more where we can be close to the start of a trail.

    • Alyce says:

      Wonderful! It’s always fun to stay in a walkable town and explore from sunrise to sundown, but the nearby cabins in the mountains are a compelling choice as well. I’m sure you’ll find something great either way! Enjoy!!

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