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Interesting Places to Stay in N. Georgia Mountains

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I'll be spending a couple of nights in the N. Georgia Mountains in late April. I'm not familiar at all w/ the area. I'm interested in staying in a hotel/resort/lodge/inn that has beautiful views, nice grounds, no more than $150/night.

Either good food at the inn or near a city that has some interesting dining (local independent restaurants, hippie-food OK, "Continental" not OK)would be a plus. We like towns like Asheville and hate towns like Blowing Rock and Helen.

I generally dislike B&B's because I'm alergic to cute-sy and because I need a private entrance to bring my bike in the room with me. However a B&B w/ private entrances would be a consideration.

The general area I want to be near is the Dahlonega/Elijay/Hiawasee area. I may be interested in staying in two different places. (we are going to follow the Tour of Georgia bike race) Also, We may be travelling with another couple, so a cabin might be a possibility and we could thus spend more per night.

So...what are your thoughts and recommendations? Thanks in advance.

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