Patrick, Tucker, and I escaped for a night to the North Georgia mountains (one of our favorite places to unplug and relax) for a stay at the Suches, Georgia Getaway House outpost. Getaway House is the Instagram-able sensation of tiny cabins nestled in the woods that encourage unplugging and intentional connection with the people you love.
After a stop at Wolf Mountain Vineyards nearby to pick up a bottle of wine to have with dinner, we arrived at the outpost and found our tiny cabin. Our cabin was one of 30 on the property but it felt super secluded and off the beaten path. The little cabin had everything we could have possibly needed– inside there was a tiny kitchen, cozy queen bed, nice bathroom, and kitchen table. Outside there was a huge picnic table, fire pit, and 2 adirondack chairs for relaxing by the fire. I immediately went inside to take some pictures of the cute little cabin then curled up with a book while Patrick started tending to the fire. Then we cooked our dinner together over the fire (baked potatoes, steak, and Mexican street corn!) while having some really great conversation. Tucker loved every second of being out in nature and he even curled up and fell asleep by the fire as we enjoyed s’mores! We woke up, sipped coffee and ate breakfast in bed taking in the incredible woodsy view out the huge window, before checking out and making the 90 minute drive back to Roswell. We both felt SO relaxed after our 24 hours away!
A huge thank you to my friends at Getaway for this night away and the perfect excuse to escape, unplug, and get creative. If you’re interested in booking a Getaway House (they have locations around 13 major US cities!) then feel free to use my code MARYBETHM25 for $25 off. (While Getaway House did gift us our stay, the opinions are my own.)
Enjoy some of my favorite memories from our time at the Chattahoochee Getaway House.