Best Bed and Breakfasts In Helen, Georgia - Updated 2021

bed and breakfast in helen ga

Whether you’re looking for some downtime and relaxation alone or are planning to visit your family or a relative, Helen in Georgia has got the best activities to offer. Exploring downtown Helen, hiking Anna Ruby Falls, zip-lining, tubing, wine- and honey-tasting - these are just some of the things you can enjoy. Moreover, when it’s time to rest after a day of activities, the fantastic bed and breakfast accommodations in Helen, Georgia, are waiting. Stay in one of the rooms of the famous farmhouses or book a room in a cozy bed and breakfast near the city center. Whatever you choose, you are sure to get a fantastic stay. Read on to learn more about these bed and breakfasts in Helen, Georgia.

1. Wine enthusiasts' ultimate go-to bed and breakfast (from USD 117)

Are you looking for a place to stay in Helen, Georgia? Black Forest Bed & Breakfast offers a full breakfast, free WiFi, and free parking. The bed and breakfast is conveniently located less than five minutes away from Habersham Winery. This is perfect if you want to attend some wine-tasting events. It is also just a few minutes of walking to the city center where shopping and dining options are easily accessible. Each room has a coffee maker and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Private cabins can also be rented for larger groups. This bed and breakfast also accommodates dining arrangements for people with special dietary needs.

Black Forest Bed & Breakfast

Address: 8902 N MAIN STREET
Price: from 117 USD

Physical distancing rules followed Fax/photocopying Canoeing Special diet menus (on request) Cycling On-site parking Delivered food is securely covered Adult only

2. Historic family-owned 1914 colonial farmhouse

This family-owned 1914 colonial farmhouse is called Mountain Laurel Farm and it offers a stunning view of the mountain range. Furthermore, your stay is accompanied with great room amenities for guests as well as breakfast. The Elizabeth Taylor Room is inspired by the famous actress and this room is decorated with English horse riding accessories, which greatly adds to its overall aesthetics. The common areas are open to guests. Here, you can make coffee or tea and relax in the sunroom or formal living room. Guests are also free to stroll in the 22-acre (9-hectare) estate. They can also check out the more than 150-year-old barn. The place is only 5 miles (8.04 kilometers) away from the city center. Nearby areas offer honey- and wine-tasting, as well as a historical tour of Helen, Georgia.

Historic Room on farm (Elizabeth Taylor)
Helen, Georgia, United States
17 reviews
Private room in hostel 1 Bed 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
staying at the mountain laurel bed and breakfast was a wonderful experience from beginning to end
great place to stay the view is the best and the rooms are clean
incredibly clean beautiful and relaxing space with gorgeous views and a delicious breakfast
our room was lovely and clean as well as the rest of the house
melody is a wonderful host
melody was a great host to work with
melody was flexible and accommodating and gracious
melody is a generous and thoughtful host
the host and her family are so nice and amazing
the location is charming in that "i want to (hidden by airbnb) everything" way
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3. Bed and breakfast with themed suites (from USD 154)

Whether you’re coming for a hike from the Anna Ruby Falls or attending Octoberfest, this bed and breakfast is a perfect play to stay. The place is conveniently located in downtown Helen and parking is such a breeze. The rooms feature adorable themes and there are five cabins and three suites available for guests needing a place to crash after a fun day in town. Paul and Terry host the home and serve a delicious spread of buffet breakfast. Enjoy fun activities like tubing, zip-lining at the park, go-karting and buggy riding, horseback riding, and Bingo nights. Of course, you can always check the wine- and honey-tasting events nearby.

Go to Helen getaway for moreinfo
Helen, Georgia, United States
6 reviews
Entire bed and breakfast 1 Bed 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
Top guest reviews
fantastic location adorable themed rooms we had a great stay and breakfast was delicious would definitely stay again
great location cabin is beautiful and terry is very nice
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4. Lovely colonial farmhouse featured in a movie

At Mountain Laurel Farm, guests can enjoy staying in a colonial farmhouse which was built in 1914. The 22-acre (9 hectares) estate lets guests experience the beauty of the North Georgia Mountains and other fun activities like exploring a 150-year-old barn. The Susan Hayward room was where the actress stayed when they filmed the movie “I’d Climb the Highest Mountain” in the 1950s. The room features a four-poster queen bed, as well as other vintage fixtures like a mirrored dresser, walk-in closet, and decors. The wedding dress that the actress has worn in the movie was also on display. Guests can also enjoy chatting in the common areas, leisurely sip their coffee or tea, and dine in the farmhouse’s breakfast or dining room. Free breakfast is provided, as well as free access to WiFi.

Historic Room on farm (Susan Hayward)
Helen, Georgia, United States
18 reviews
Room in hostel 1 Bed 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
Top guest reviews
melody was a great host
peaceful farmhouse with great hosts
she was very responsive
she was very helpful with restaurant recommendations
melody is a sweet host
the location is very relaxing overlooking the beautiful surroundings
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5. Gorgeous bed and breakfast that overlooks the Chattahoochee River

Whether you are in the area for a Georgia wine- or honey-tasting activity, this is a great place to book. The listing is a private bedroom in a bed and breakfast located on a hill that overlooks the Chattahoochee River. The home was built in 1938 and is popular among guests that visit the Unicoi State Park and the Appalachian Trail. Guests can enjoy an air-conditioned room with central heating, free WiFi, and laptop-friendly working space. The hosts, Tom and Sheri, serve breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings. There’s free parking on the premises, and a first aid kit is available in case of emergencies.

Travelers Guesthouse Room 3
Helen, Georgia, United States
64 reviews
Private room in bed and breakfast 1 Bed 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
in the morning they made fresh coffee and breakfast for us
bottled water and a treat in our room
but it is comfortable and bedding is new and fresh
they were easy to interact with and a pleasure to converse with over their amazing breakfast spread
the room was perfect and adorable
very clean and comfortable yet simple accommodation
the room was as pictured and clean
we loved the beautiful simplicity and cleanliness of the room
was a great friendly clean place to stay
house is very clean
tom and shari are wonderful hosts
tom and sheri were such wonderful hosts
tom and sherri were wonderful hosts who made us feel at home
tom and sheri were great hosts and their hospitality was outstanding
tom and sheri are great hosts
great location and value very close to downtown helen
perfect location within less than 2 miles of helen
the location is great and they offered local knowledge of the area
tom and sheri have an amazing place which is conveniently very close to the downtown
loved staying here they are perfectly located directly across from the tubing companies so we walked over
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6. Unique and vintage-looking bed and breakfast

This bed and breakfast, built-in 1938, offers a unique charm and a warm, old country feel. It is managed by Tom and Sheri, who offers free breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings to their guests. The private room is located upstairs of the house and features a vintage look. It has two beds and can fit four guests. The WiFi, parking, and other basic amenities are free. Guests who stay in this bed and breakfast can enjoy various activities nearby, including wine- and honey-tasting. The Appalachian Trail is only 8 miles (12.87 kilometers) away, while Unicoi State Park is only 3 miles (4.82 kilometers) from the house.

Travelers Guesthouse Room 2
14 reviews
Private room 2 Beds

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7. Picturesque inn serving American breakfast options (from USD 161)

If you are planning some outdoor adventure in Helen, staying in Cedar House Inn is one of your best options. The inn is nearby popular destinations like the Appalachian Outfitters, Desoto Falls, Blood Mountain, and the Amicalola Falls State Park. Activities like cycling, hiking, and fishing are all possible if you want to explore near the inn. For accommodations, you can choose what to book. Cedar House offers two queen rooms (one with garden view), a queen suite, and tents. All are equipped with one large double bed and can sleep two. The tents are yurts and perfect for those seeking some glamping experience. Facilities like WiFi, hairdryer, and free toiletries are provided. The inn also offers American breakfasts for all guests. They also accommodate requests for special diet needs like vegetarian, gluten-free, and meals for people with diabetes. Just make sure to let the host know in advance. Smoking, vaping, and pets are not allowed.

Cedar House Inn & Yurts

Address: 6463 Highway 19 N
Price: from 161 USD

Fishing WiFi Live music/performance Linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against Coronavirus Contactless check-in/check-out Walking tours Free WiFi

Head out to Helen in Georgia and find yourself at home in these lovely accommodations

Overflowing with German influences from Oktoberfest celebrations to their signature bratwursts - Helen in Georgia, the USA is a replica town of the Bavarian Alps and makes a great place to visit. While you’re at it, stroll around the Chattahoochee National Forest and Raven Cliff Waterfalls. Check out these bed and breakfasts with traditional European decor. People here pride themselves on their homemade and carefully crafted blueberry pancakes the most so don’t miss out on your chance to taste them!

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