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Country Hearth Inn-Toccoa provides accommodations in Toccoa. With a garden, the 4-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. The property has a 24-hour front desk and room service for... Very friendly staff. Will stay there again. Clean rooms.
Located in Toccoa, The Simmons-Bond Inn provides accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning and access to a garden with a terrace. Gracious hosts and a sumptuous and tasty breakfast. The breakfast servings were out of the ordinary and carefully prepared and elegantly served. Our room was cozy and very comfortable.
Holiday Inn Club Vacations - Apple Mountain Resort is a 3-star property located in Clarkesville. This 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. Apple Mountain Resort is located in between Toccoa and Clarkesville, making it very convenient for visiting my mom. The units are a marvelous size, with all the necessities for a several-night stay: kitchen and dining table, living area and two spacious bedrooms. The folks at the front desk were very friendly and easily answered all my questions. Plus, there is a large fitness room to work out travel “kinks”.
Providing free WiFi, a sun terrace with a swimming pool, garden and shared lounge, Glen-Ella Springs Inn is located in Clarkesville. A tour desk can provide information on the area. Breakfast was delicious. The area was peaceful and clean. The staff was so courteous. We will definitely visit again!!!
Located 2 miles northwest of Cornelia city center, this hotel is adjacent to highway U.S. 441. It features an indoor swimming pool, and free WiFi is available in every accommodations. Location for what we were there for was great, room was great and the price was good too.
This Cornelia, Georgia hotel features an outdoor pool and guest rooms with free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Hampton Inn Cornelia is located just 2 miles from Piedmont College. The breakfast. The building is either new or recently remolded. The room accommodations, i.e. the sofa, desk and TV setup.
Toccoa is a BEAUTIFUL city. We came for a visit and ended up moving here permanently a few months later. The towns people are all very friendly. It's extremely clean and I love going for a walk in the evenings downtown.
Of course, everyone who visits Toccoa, want to see the falls. Grant it, it's beautiful. But be prepared to be pleasantly surprised at all of the wonderful palaces to eat, and if you spend time to research and explore this place, you won't be disappointed. We tried a little place on the square call the Rebel Cafe...the people AND the Rubin sandwich there are fantthere!
There is quite a bit to see and do around Toccoa. I was there for a class reunion at Toccoa Falls so our time was taken up with activities with that. My favorite as always was the Falls, but also revisited Tallulah Gorge and ate at The Dillard House.
We really loved this historical home full of gorgeous oak and unique cubbies and niches! Food was gourmet and every comfort provided...even homebaked cookies! It was inviting and a welcome balm from busyness! A gentile reprieve set in a bygone era!
Visiting a former boss and her husband is what drew my to Toccoa. A quaint, quiet area but very nice. I got to see surprising Toccoa Falls at Toccoa Falls College and the historic Tallulah Falls. They drove me all over to where I felt I knew the area pretty well. There was also a large lake where one could swim, kayak, boat, etc. it was very quiet and calm that day. We ate at M & Js. A very nice southern homestyle buffet.
It is a very quaint city. The Toccoa Falls were beautiful with only a 5 to 10 minute leisure hike. There are an assortment of restaurants and shopping in the main city. The historic portion offers great views and various small town eats and antique shops. You are better off walking the streets and a sight seeing. Once the GPS brings you to town, walking around is the best option, especially in the historic district, there is a lot to see.