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Offering an indoor pool and free WiFi access, Quality Inn is located in Dillard, Georgia. Dillard House Stables are 1.6 mi away from the hotel.
Room was very clean and staff was very nice. Restaurant was close by and able to have a great supper without traveling for at all.
I stayed in Dillard for 5 days over Thanksgiving. The Dillard House Restaurant, which is famous for its food, was too expensive for me. Also, it was a pain for me seeking a reservation which was mandatory by the restaurant. I found another restaurant. Cupboard Cafe. Now this is the place to eat. On Thanksgiving it was first come first serve. I can't stand in a line, so I got me a carry out on Thanksgiving eve. They already had their food prepared and ready for Thanksgiving Day. I had a fridge and microwave in my room. Boy did they pile it on. The Styrofoam plate was bulging. Turkey-dressing-cranberry sauce-cream corn-fried okra-pecan pie. I had me a good meal on Thanksgiving Day.
It was a nice stay. Our cabin we rented had all the basics. It was located between the Highlands and the town of Dillard in Sky high valley. People were friendly and goods were reasonably priced. The local food was great and priced good. Piggy wiggly was great and everything in Dillard was easy to find.7
Very nice place. Not a lot of restaurants but close to Clayton, GA and Franklin, TN. We enjoyed visiting both Clayton (enjoyed breakfast at The Mountain Grill. Amy and Emma were great; had very good Italian food at Mama G's!!). Great lunch at LA Cubana and dinner at Fat Buddies BBQ in North Carolina on the way to Smokies and on to Gatlinburg! Beware of heavy traffic there! Sat for quite awhile in very slow moving traffic!⁸
We stayed at the Serenity cabin which was serviceable but not the most comfortable. The bathroom shower curtain was disgusting - mildewy at the bottom, and the shower was way too small even for a 5'4", 122 lb person. I don't recommend it for anything romantic, which I was hoping for. The instruction sheet in the cabin says to text a phone number if we needed anything. So I texted and asked if we could request the fire pit on the patio to get going so we may sit and enjoy the view that evening with a glass of wine. The response I got was to go to the restaurant and ask one of the servers to do it. If I were them, I would have delegated the task myself as opposed to asking a paying customer to chase after another staff person. Also, none of the two wifi networks worked at the cabin.
Being in the in-between of summer and fall, there were only a couple of shops open and no places to eat any meal. We had to drive north of the town or south of the town to eat. There were no favorite spots because everything was closed. We will visit there again, but not stay there in this motel. There are much nicer places the the towns north and south of here.
Love this area. I make several trips a year. We had dinner at Julep Farm and it was great, a beautiful and relaxed dinner! The Highlands and Clayton are short drives with beautiful views. My favorite spots in this area are Osage market for the wonderful Frits and veggies, Foxfire Museum, and Blackrock State park.
What are you talking about how was the breakfast? The house was very comfortable and had everything we needed. Very roomy and spacious . Enjoyed the kitchen did a lot of great cooking.
Staff was very helpful and responded to our request within just a few minutes. Room had a great view of the mountains. Enjoyed the sunrise from right outside on our patio. Great area!!
This hotel shows its age, but they have worked hard to make it pleasant. Has all the things that you’d expect at any hotel and it shows that the owners are trying.
Quiet area and safe