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Whether you’d prefer to stay a hop and a skip from the water or surrounded by mountains, we have an impressive range of cheap cabins in Georgia to suit your taste and budget. Priced from to per night, your perfect cabin rental awaits you right here.These prices were available on Expedia within the past 7 days, for a hotel booking with a check-in date within the next year. Prices reflect current offers and availability is subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
It’s possible to stay in the great outdoors without doing away with the luxuries you desire, just like at Lake Lodge - 2 Bedroom Cabin. The scenery alone makes this Walnut Mountain escape appealing. But you’ll be just as dazzled by its design and nice touches such as a terrace and a fireplace. Cabin - ‘christoff’s Chalet’ With Hot Tub in Helen should also make your short list. It’s decked with all the comforts, including a private spa tub and a deck.
We hope you’re in the mood to explore, because there are so many things to do and see. For example, Centennial Olympic Park and Georgia Aquarium. World of Coca Cola, State Farm Arena and Stone Mountain Park are other terrific attractions. And don’t forget about Jimmy Carter Library and Museum! Of course, squeezing all the best sights into your Georgia break will be much easier with a car rental. You can add a set of wheels to your Expedia booking after deciding on your cabin.
For a vacation in the great outdoors that won’t cost the earth, you can’t beat a cabin. Imagine rising to the sounds of chirping birds and having breakfast on your deck surrounded by idyllic views. Book a cabin in Georgia and say “see ya” to the fast pace of modern life. Whether they’re by the beach, in the mountains or near a river, cabins offer a rustic and relaxing experience for anyone needing a break.
"Valet parking was convenient. We figured out the river walk is a short walk away, which was really nice. We had a suite, and we liked the room layout: one long room with the bedroom at one end, living room at the other end, and the bathroom and kitchenette in the middle. The only negative was our room was above the doorway to the bar entrance, and I think there was a speaker by the doorway playing loud music to draw people in. We go to bed early, so that was a little annoying. But even with that, I would stay there again. "
A verified traveler stayed at Hotel Indigo Savannah Historic District, an IHG Hotel