on Lake Chatuge GA
No Smoking – No Pets
3 BR - Queen Beds +
queen-sized sofa bed, 2 BA
Max 8 guests
Rates per night range from $225 off season to $395
yourself in a chaise lounge chair overlooking a sparkling lake. Then you walk down to your own dock and ease the boat into the water for a day in a quiet cove, or perhaps a short boat ride over to the yacht club for dinner.
A stay at The Lake House on Lake Chatuge will turn that dream into a reality.
Our spacious lakeside vacation rental can sleep up to eight guests comfortably. It’s a newly remodeled three-bedroom, 2 bath house on the Lake, yet close to stores, restaurants and activities in the Hiawassee / Young Harris / Helen area of the North Georgia Mountains.
Rates range from $225 off season to $395
For rates, availability and
or call us at 678-383-4231.
Lake House has all the comforts of home and then some...
There are three inviting dining areas – in
the house, on the covered porch overlooking the lake or at the picnic
table lakeside. Of course, you can also picnic on the sundeck or on your
boat in a quiet cove on Lake Chatuge. You can even boat over to the Yacht
Club for dinner, or try one of the surprising variety of restaurants in
The airy open kitchen has an eat-in bar;
and is fully equipped with stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave,
toaster, coffee maker. A wet bar in the great room makes entertaining
There's a convenient laundry room with a
sink as well as the washer and dryer. And of course, The Lake House is
fully air-conditioned and heated - making it a great getaway year'round.
three bedrooms have queen-sized beds, and part of the great room sectional
converts to a queen-sized sofa bed; so you can comfortably sleep up to
The master bedroom has a flat screen
TV/DVD, and a large bath with 6-foot jetted tub, double sinks and shower.
The other two bedrooms share a bath with tub/shower.
rooms are comfortably appointed with closets and dressers, providing
plenty of storage for your weekly stay.
3 bedrooms with queen bed
1 queen sofa bed
Sleeps up to 8 people
For availability and reservations,
or call us at 678-383-4231.
Just a short drive
from The Lake House, you'll find Brasstown Bald, Georgia's highest
mountain. Beautiful views from 4,784 feet from the observation tower.
Shuttle bus as well as hiking trails.
Boating and Fishing on Lake Chatuge –
right in your backyard. Your boat or ours. And bring your catch from
the lake or one of the streams back for dinner at the 'Lake House'.
Right in Hiawassee you can hear top
notch country music entertainment and at the
Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds. Popular annual events include the
Georgia Mountain Fair, the Georgia Mountain Roots & Music Festival,
the Hiawassee Festival of Arts, the Superstar Concert Series, the
Georgia Mountain Fall Festival and Georgia’s Official State Fiddler’s
Biking – Great terrain for motorcycles
and road biking. Site of several Tour de Georgia events.
Whitewater rafting –
There are three rivers to choose from and a number of excellent
Nantahala River –
Ocoee River –
Chattooga River –
There are numerous hiking trails -
including the Appalachian Trail - in the area. And spectacular
Anna Ruby Falls and Dukes Creek.
North Georgia Mountain Bike Information
North GA Mountain Bike Trails - Maps
Mountain Bike Rentals - Events
Other nearby things to do –
Fieldstone - games, rock climbing wall, batting cages, indoor
miniature golf, movies and more
Creek Vineyards – Tasting room, festivals
Helen, Georgia -
Unique Alpine mountain village
Above Stables in nearby Blairsville is one of several stables with
Fred Hamilton Rhododendron Garden
boasts one of the largest collections of hybrid rhododendrons in the
state of Georgia. With more than 3,000 plants in bloom from early
April to late May, visitors are invited to tour the gardens along
their pine bark trail on the shores of Lake Chatuge. The garden is
enjoyable throughout the year. Garden is open year-round. Admission
is free of charge, but a $3 donation is requested. Phone:
706-896-4191 - Address: 1311 Music Hall Road, Hiawassee, GA 30546 -
Directions: 1 mile west of Hiawassee, Georgia on US 76, within the
Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds.
Hiking Trails in Towns County, GA
There's plenty to do in the area. The cabin is just a
short drive from the white water rafting and kayaking venues on the
Nantahala and Ocoee rivers. That's in addition to all the great
activities the North Carolina Smokies have to offer - Boating on
Nantahala Lake - You may bring your own boat or jet ski, or rent
a pontoon boat.
Fishing - A relatively low number of boaters makes Nantahala a great
fishing lake. You'll find walleye, crappie, sunfish, trout and bass
all available for your private fish fry at Moonlight Reflections. And
below the dam, where the river cascades toward the Nantahala Gorge,
you'll find some of the best fly fishing spots in the eastern US.
Horseback riding- Several nearby stables, including Lonesome Dove
Stables, offer guided trail riding.
Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, in nearby Dillsboro and Bryson City,
offers several scenic excursions. Mountain Biking - The nearby Tsali
trails offer some of the best mountain biking trails. Bikes can be
rented at the Nantahala Outdoor Center .
Other nearby things to do- Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Cherokee Indian Reservation Biltmore House Cherohala Skyway Blue Ridge
NC Activities information
Hope you join us in the mountains.
Don't miss the fabulous Autumn Leaf Season...
reserve now for next fall.
Nature's annual autumn color festival is
certainly one of the greatest shows on earth and the peak begins in North
Carolina's mountains higher elevations in late September and lasts to early
November in the lower valleys.
leaf color reports, along with suggested drives,
events calendar and
plenty of area information.
For more information
or call 678-383-4231
North GA Mountain
Lake Front Vacation Rental Home on Lake Chatuge
Availability Calendar and Reservations
Lake Chatuge water level information
Smokey Mountain Vacation Cabins for Rent
Towns County GA - Clay County NC
Lake Chatuge is a beautiful clear water lake surrounded by mountains of
both Georgia and North Carolina. The sprawling fingers with many islands
and coves cover 9000 acres and have 200 miles of shoreline. A great
majority of the Lake Chatuge borders USFS national forest or is owned by
Tennessee Valley Authority and is undeveloped. Lake Chatuge is known to
have good bass fishing and is regularly stocked. Large Canadian geese can
often be seen in the spectacular rural and mountain scenery of Lake
Chatuge. Lake Chatuge is located on the Hiwassee River in western North
Carolina. Lake Chatuge is named after a nearby Cherokee settlement.