Nestled among the North Georgia Mountains, Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa quietly redefines the typical mountain getaway. Just a short two-hours from Atlanta & Chattanooga, there is something for everyone at Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa. No longer a secret, the 18-hole championship golf course was named among Golf Digest magazine’s top places to play. The Stables at Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa offers one- and two-hour guided horseback trail-riding for every skill level. And the 7,500-square-foot Equani Spa, inspired by the area’s native Cherokee people, serves up treatments to maximize strength, health, appearance, mental acuity and spiritual balance. Among the wide range of activities to enjoy, make sure to complete your stay with exceptional dining. The Resort’s dining room is known far and wide for its picturesque mountain views, which complement its outstanding food and service. If you’re looking for a peaceful and unique Mountain getaway, look no further. At Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa, it’s an experience like no other. Surrounded by nature and spoiled by all the comforts of home, you’ll find Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa more than accommodating. With 102 lodge guest rooms, 32 cottage guest rooms, and a deluxe spa suite, Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa provides guests with luxurious bedding, furniture, carpeting, wall and window coverings, and updated bathrooms in a variety of lodging options. The minute you step into our lodge you’ll be enveloped in the soft glow of our massive stone fireplace and oak-vaulted ceilings. Gaze out through any perfectly placed window for a panoramic view of exquisite golf links and glorious mountain vistas. Set back in the woods, enjoy the seclusion of our cozy cottages. Ideal for families, executive strategic planning retreats, or individuals seeking additional privacy, our cottages are a great place to escape it all. Or pamper yourself at The Equani Spa’s own private accommodation suite. A relaxing 825 square-foot retreat, the suite provides fantastic views of North Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, the golf course and the horse pastures.