Brasstown Valley Resort

March 11, 2009 by admin  
Filed under Featured Attractions, featured

One of the finest resorts in the North Georgia Mountains is located in Young Harris and it is one of the big reasons why tourists come to Young Harris. The 503-acre Brasstown Valley Resort is famous for its championship golf course, exquisite cuisine, equestrian activities and luxurious accommodations in 102 guest rooms at their main mountain lodge. Guests can take advantage of the resort’s full service Equani Spa featuring massage therapy, day spa and salon services.

For those who desire something special and even more romantic, the Brasstown Valley Resort offers 32 guest cottage suites in 8 private log cottages. Each of these suites reflects a different mountaineering motif and has a furnished living room, most have large covered wooden decks, and some have wood burning fireplaces. The cottage rooms also include a kitchen with a cook top stove and cooking utensils, a microwave oven, a dishwasher, a refrigerator and gas grill, and a dining room table. The Brasstown Valley Resort is located at 6321 Highway 76, Young Harris, (706) 379-9900.


One Response to “Brasstown Valley Resort”

  1. Jonathan Hoomes on September 27th, 2010 8:44 am

    I was invited to attend a wedding in the area and since it was the same week as my anniversary, I wanted to surprise my wife with staying at what I thought was a nice resort. We drove from Birmingham on the day of the wedding and made good time. I called Brasstown Valley Resort at 2:00 pm to see if we could check in early since we were only 30 minutes away and had a couple of hours to kill. I was told that the room would not be ready until 4:00. Nothing else about the room or any problems was mentioned. I thought no big deal, and we headed off for the wedding. After the wedding, we arrived at the resort to check-in, but was told at the front desk that “the people who were in our room the prior night had yet to leave and legally there was nothing we could do to remove them.” The manager offered to pay for our stay at another hotel in the area or we could stay at Brasstown Valley Resort in a parlor room on a pull-out sofa. So five hours from home and with Brasstown Valley kicking me, my wife and our six-month-old son to the curb, we had no other choice but to take the room at another hotel. We arrived at this hotel and were welcomed to a room with a view over the hotel’s dumpster and a double bed. Happy Anniversary! When my credit card statement later arrived, of course, a charge for Brasstown Valley Resort was listed, which I am now disputing. I never stayed a night at Brasstown Valley Resort, but the nightmare continues.