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With its energetic cities, pristine coastline, stunning mountains, and abundance of Southern charm, Georgia has it all. It’s a destination where you can hike to a waterfall and dip your toes in the ocean in the same day. It’s a place that attracts hikers, artists, romantics, food lovers, wine enthusiasts, and more. Georgia offers unparalleled landscapes, beautiful weather, a rich history, and friendly vibes that continue to captivate visitors and locals alike. If you’re looking for the perfect place to enjoy a memorable vacation, consider the sunny Peach State for your next getaway. With the world’s largest airport, it’s easy to get here!
Things to See & Do
From lively downtown Atlanta to the cobblestone streets of Savannah, Georgia is full of unique destinations offering rich experiences. Relax on the sandy shores of Tybee Island or vineyard hop through the North Georgia mountains. Outdoor enthusiasts will love to unplug and get lost in nature at one of Georgia’s 27 state parks. Spend the day rafting on the Chattooga River, hiking through the Appalachian Mountains, or exploring the Callaway Gardens. Art, music, and fashion lovers will be equally delighted with the state’s rich multicultural scene featuring top music venues, world-class shopping, and too many galleries and museums to count.
Where to Eat & Drink
You can’t make the trip to Georgia without tasting the state’s quintessential Southern cuisine. Eat your way through the Empire State of the South beginning with the world’s best peaches. From pies and ice creams to salads and salsas, Georgia foodies have thought up the best ways to enjoy this succulent stone fruit. If you’re craving some classic Southern comfort foods, order a serving of tender and juicy fried chicken, homemade pimento cheese, fluffy biscuits, or all three! We won’t tell. If the peaches didn’t satisfy your sweet tooth, complete your day with a slice of pecan pie or melt-in-your-mouth pralines in the top pecan-producing state in the nation.
Best Time to Visit
With mild winters and long, sunny summers, Georgia is a year-round dream destination. From mid-May to mid-August, enjoy the sweet, juicy fruit that gives the Peach State its nickname. Fall brings vibrant colors that are best enjoyed with a stroll through one of Georgia’s many state parks. With temperatures rarely below freezing and little snowfall, the subtropical state is a wonderful place to visit to escape the cold. Georgia is especially delightful during the spring months, when blooming flowers and breezy weather provide the perfect backdrop for backyard barbecues, front porch rocking, and driving with the windows down.
Where to Stay
Browse our selection of fabulous accommodations below and choose your favorite Georgia bed and breakfast. Tucked away in downtown Savannah, the bustling neighborhoods of Atlanta, and the coastal streets of the Golden Isles, warm and inviting B&Bs await your stay all across Georgia. Our Select Registry properties range from private island cottages and mountaintop lodges to antebellum mansions and restored, historic estates. There’s something for everyone here, so take your pick and start planning the perfect Georgia vacation!
This turn-of-the-century Carnegie mansion is on Georgia’s largest and southernmost coastal island.
Chosen as one of the Top 10 B&Bs in the US, the Twelve Oaks is historic, luxurious and grand.
Prized for its unparalleled natural beauty, gracious hospitality and secluded worlds-away appeal,
Midtown Atlanta's beautifully restored, eco-friendly 1896 mansion house.
Escape for an embellished romantic getaway vacation to yesteryear at the Ballastone Inn (1838)...
This historic bed and breakfast and restaurant sits on 17 acres in the picturesque Georgia
Georgia's Premier Wine Country Inn
The 1842 Inn boasts 19 luxurious rooms and public areas tastefully designed with fine English
Spencer House Inn is located 9 miles off I-95, in the heart of the St. Marys Historic District-
Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast is 10 minutes from downtown Chattanooga and a mountain top away.