25 Dreamy Resorts in Georgia Perfect for Pampering the Family

Are you looking for a dreamy escape with your family? Something luxurious, for both the adults and the kids? This compilation of resorts in Georgia will introduce you to mountain, beach and city stays that will have you making memories together to last a lifetime.

Here are 25 of our favorite resorts in Georgia.


Courtesy of Greyfield Inn


Valhalla reigns as one of Helen’s newest accommodations, with a bit of modern luxury juxtaposing the Alpine charm of this North Georgia town.

Ask about rooms with a balcony, fireplace, or that welcome pets. This resort is best for couples. You’re sure to enjoy a romantic getaway with the full-service spa, outdoor swimming pool, and Innsbruck Golf Club.

Multiple size suites are available, or select the on-property bungalows or villas for larger parties or more privacy. Dine onsite at Celedonia, and be sure to enjoy a cocktail at the Roof Top SkyBar.

Stay Here: Valhalla Resort | Read More: The 39+ Best Things To Do in Helen Ga for Alpine Fun


Choose from standard rooms, suites, or villas at this mountain lake resort in Hiawassee. Villas range from 2-4 bedrooms with full kitchens and patios. The draw here is not the rooms, though, but the views. Enjoy a bonfire in the courtyard while watching the fog rise over Lake Chatuge.

Bring your boat to the full-service marina, or rent a kayak, canoe, paddle boards or pontoon boat while you’re there. Water activities include pier fishing (poles included) or soaking up the rays at the saltwater pool.

Don’t miss dining at The Oaks Lakeside Kitchen, with delicious food and stunning mountain views.

Stay Here: The Ridges Resort on Lake Chatuge | Read More: 52+ Things To Do in Hiawassee GA on Beautiful Lake Chatuge


Foxhall Resort in Douglasville is located on over 1,000 acres in the Georgia countryside, making it a great family escape. You’ll find traditional rooms with private porches, as well as larger lake villas with full kitchens and balconies. Rent one of the 4-bedroom cottages with a fireplace in the great room, ideal for two families, or try one of the eight-bedroom luxury homes for large parties.

Sixteen lakes for paddleboarding, canoeing, and kayaking will keep you busy, and don’t miss hiking! There’s also tennis, golf, swimming pools, and a sports lawn. I know our family would love the guided ATV tours!

The outdoor sportsman will adore Foxhall, home to one of the first Beretta Trident Clays Courses in the country. There’s also seasonal hunts, sporting clays, fishing trips, archery, and more.

Foxhall Resort’s Signature Restaurant is The Paddock Restaurant. Enjoy farm-to-table dining with succulent selections like wild boar, duck or bison, while overlooking the polo fields.

Stay Here: Foxhall Resort | Read More: Foxhall Resort: 7 Reasons It’s a Secret Destination for Outdoor Lovers


Note: The Lodge and Villas remain closed for repairs in 2023. Their campgrounds, cabins, golf course, and restaurant are open. Check their website for updates.

Lake Blackshear Resort sits in Middle Georgia, with beautiful views of the lake created from the Flint River. Cypress trees and Spanish moss dot the edges of the lake, creating a spectacular view from the resort. With the proximity within Ga Veterans State Park and the SAM Shortline train, this is a relaxing and memorable place to bring the family for vacation.

Enjoy a standard hotel room at the Lodge, or a villa or 2-bedroom cabin with a kitchen. Dining and activities in the park and resort mean you never have to leave. The kids will also love the outdoor pool.

Read More: 9 Undeniable Reasons to Visit Lake Blackshear Resort


Rolling hills and glorious views welcome you to this 36-acre farm south of the city.

Experience a play from Serenbe Playhouse, take in the farm from horseback, walk the stone labyrinth, or relax at the pool. Rent bikes, take a hayride, or enjoy a bonfire. Be sure to reserve dinner at the Farmhouse and/or afternoon tea, Southern style.

Twenty-seven rooms at the Inn at Serenbe range from townhomes and lofts in the “luxury boho” community district, to cottages of all sizes dotted across the farm.


I barely have words to describe how incredible a visit to this all-inclusive private island resort will be for your family! Little St. Simons Island is a Top 10 Georgia experience in my book; the natural beauty of the island puts me in a trance – it’s like a storybook.

Biking and beach time, shore fishing, boating on a skiff or kayak — and, oh! — the adventures with the naturalists! With a maximum of 32 guests at a time, you get plenty of one-on-one time learning about everything the island offers.

Meals are included, and the food prepared each mealtime is not your ordinary “hotel” food – it is DELICIOUS, creative and fresh! Many of the fruits and veggies come from the on-site USDA certified organic garden, which I recommend touring!

Five accommodation options dot the island, each with different benefits, from the affordable Hunting Lodge room, to the captivating Helen House.

Read More: Little St Simons Island: Tips, Tricks and Tidbits


The Greyfield Inn on Cumberland Island is an all-inclusive resort that offers the opportunity for children 7 and older to stay, but you’ll probably be more comfortable visiting as a couple.

Rates include your rooms and suites, ferry ride, meals, bikes, equipment and tours. Remember, there are no stores on Cumberland, but there’s no need for one with the resort’s garden and delicious meals.

Read More: Greyfield Inn: Explore the Elegance of this Luxurious Historic Treasure


The sprawling Great Wolf Lodge in LaGrange is 93,000 square feet of indoor waterpark heaven for kids, and features all the amenities you’ve come to love from other Great Wolf Lodge resorts. You’ll also find plenty of dry land activities too, at the 40,000 square foot Great Wolf Adventure Park.

They have a lot of different room options available to fit your party, including standard rooms, themed suites, and premium suites. You’ll also find plenty of dining options onsite, character meets, story times, activities, and more.  

Stay Here: Great Wolf Lodge Georgia | Read More: Great Wolf Lodge GA: We Answer Your Top 30 Most Asked Questions (Video)


Kingwood sits in the mountains of Clayton in north Georgia, featuring golf courses but offering much more.

Rooms range from the Inn, to 2- & 3-bedroom condos, to rental homes. The condos boast a fireplace and large porch, Jacuzzi and covered parking.

You’ll be right at home if golf is your game, or you can enjoy the other amenities — including a fitness center, tennis or pickle ball, an indoor or outdoor swimming pool, or river rafting. See the Kingwood waterfall, and then hit the spa with hot tub, facial and massage services, and more. 

Don’t miss the Fireside Lounge or the rustic yet charming Main Dining Room overlooking the 9th hole. Make sure to grab a glass of wine while you’re here, Kingwood is the newest winery and tasting room in the area.

Stay Here: Kingwood Resort and Winery


Beachside Colony Resort is the only oceanfront resort on Tybee Island. One-, 2- & 3-bedroom condos include ocean views, full kitchens, pet-friendly options, and more for your family vacation.

There are also three pools, including one that’s heated to enjoy in the cooler months.You’ll love the oceanside dining, direct beach access, and unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean.

For dining, Marlin Monroe’s, the on-site restaurant and bar, is a super spot for oyster roasts and live entertainment.

Stay Here: Beachside Colony Resort


St. Simon’s Island is home to Sea Palms Resort — a trifecta that includes Sea Gate Inn, Ocean Lodge, and Sea Palms Resort (which is also the name of the property that manages all three locations).

Rooms range from deluxe standards with Florida rooms, to 4-bedroom suites with full kitchens and large decks.

Amenities for all three resorts includes 27 holes of championship golf, tennis on clay tennis courts, two fitness centers, an oversized club swimming pool with private cabanas and tiki bar, plus entry to their newly reimagined restaurant — Sago.

You can also enjoy biking, horseshoes and volleyball, beach access and more.

Stay Here: Sea Palms Resort


You may have heard of The Dillard House before, because of their famous restaurant featuring delicious Southern cooking, but you can stay overnight on the property as well.

Try a room at the Dillard House Inn, quaint cottages designed specifically for families, secluded cabins, or the Rock House rooms in the original Dillard House. They offer romantic and family-friendly chalets just off-site also, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

At The Dillard House you and the family can enjoy horseback riding, lounging at the pool or in the jacuzzi, playing tennis, walking the trails, rocking on the front porch, fishing in the trout ponds, and so much more.


Although the Jekyll Ocean Club on Jekyll Island is owned by the same folks that own the Historic Jekyll Island Club Hotel, this is no throwback to yesteryear. This newest edition sits right on the beach, and…it’s an ALL SUITE hotel.

The King Suite includes a King bed with fold-out sofa, family living space and a private ocean view balcony. The Queen Double Suite is the same, with two beds in the private living area. The hotel is located just two blocks from the Beach Village shopping and entertainment area, which is the heart of the island. 

Stay Here: Jekyll Ocean Club | Read More: Jekyll Ocean Club: Sophisticated Addition to Stunning Georgia Coast


25 Dreamy Resorts in Georgia Perfect for Pampering the Family
Courtesy of Barnsley Resort


Barnsley Resort in Adairsville, GA, is unmistakably one of the best romantic spots in the state.

We participated in a number of activities at the resort, including a horseback riding adventure through 3,000 acres of wooded beauty.  You don’t have to do all the activities…however, I have to say that if your budget and schedule allows…do ALL THE THINGS.

There are lovely cottages, as well as traditional rooms in the Inn.  Our cottage came complete with a rolling fire in the fireplace and spectacular back porch. One of the best parts? The claw tooth tub with bubble bath!

The Inn at Barnsley Resort was designed to complement the amazing cottages that make up the resort’s English-inspired village. Guests can relax in their rooms or the expansive Living Room gathering area that features a grand staircase, beer garden, and fireplace as focal points.

Stay Here: Barnsley Resort


Callaway Resort and Gardens truly allows you to escape, with something new and exciting every season of the year. Stay at the newly renovated Callaway Resort Lodge & Spa, the Inn, or in one of several cottages.

In addition to the gardens, you can enjoy the spa, golfing, hiking, biking, and so much more. There are events galore, TreeTop Adventure, a spectacular beach in the summer, and one of the world’s best holiday experiences.

Stay Here: Callaway Resort & Gardens


The rustic and elegant Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee, is best known for its five championship golf courses and world-class luxurious spa. But here’s what you may not know – it’s the best resort for families in all of Georgia.

From the spacious suites to the outdoor activities, and from the ample amenities to the dining options, Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee lives up to the Ritz-Carlton name with their attention to detail and superb customer satisfaction — even for the youngest of customers.

Stay Here: Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee | Read More: The Ritz-Carlton Reynolds, Lake Oconee: The Best Family Resort in Georgia


Plan to spend a weekend exploring Stone Mountain Park, with the Atlanta Evergreen Lakeside Resort as your perfect home-base oasis. Ask for a lakefront room, so you can enjoy your coffee while taking in the glorious view.

My boys love the pool and oversized chess set. Mom and Dad will love the spa and golf course! The Commons outdoor patio is a splendid place for a drink and view of Stone Mountain.

Stay Here: Atlanta Evergreen Lakeside Resort


Jekyll Island Club Resort on Jekyll Island is a hallmark resort on the Golden Isles. Guests can choose to stay at the Historic Jekyll Island Club, at one of the Island Cottages, or at the Jekyll Ocean Club (mentioned above).

Jekyll Island Club guests have their pick of refurbished Clubhouse guest rooms and suites, as well as 4 distinct dining outlets and a central bar. Manicured gardens, winding bike trails, a year-round pool, and beach access at Jekyll Ocean Club.

The Island Cottages include a trio of impressive mansions that feature a variety of guest rooms, amenities, and grand communal living rooms. 

Stay Here: Jekyll Island Club Resort


Nestled in the North Georgia Mountains, Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa offers relaxation and comfort from the business of life. Enjoy rooms with a fireplace, perfect for snuggling in winter, or with a balcony for enjoying a breezy summer day.

Activities include horseback riding, swimming in the pool, golf, and the Brasstown Valley Resort Spa with treatment rooms for those needing to unwind from the daily hustle and bustle. Kids will love the arts and crafts, ping-pong table, and video games at the Emporium.

There is also tennis, over 8 miles of forested hiking trails, fishing, and more opportunities in the vicinity.

Stay Here: Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa


The Cloister at Sea Island is an amazing beach resort on the Georgia coast you’re guaranteed to love.

Accommodations at this Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond Resort range from guest rooms, to suites and private cottages.

The best part of a stay at The Cloister is the Beach Club. You enter through a hallway with a gift shop, candy store and 1950’s era soda fountain, past Southern Tide restaurant, to a grand area with three pools including an adult only lap pool, and two family pools.

Stay Here: The Cloister at Sea Island | Read More: Luxury and Family Memories Define The Cloister at Sea Island


The King and Prince Resort on St. Simons Island GA, is the only hotel that is right on the St. Simons Island beach.

With several pools, indoor and outdoor dining at Echo, tennis, golf, and a variety of accommodation types, the King and Prince Beach & Golf Resort is one of Sue’s favorite St. Simons Island hotels.

Stay Here: The King & Prince Beach & Golf Resort


The Inn at Sea Island is part of the Sea Island Resort family. A stay at The Inn is quite comfortable and affords guests access to many of the amenities available at Sea Island’s luxury properties, located just minutes away.

Stay Here: The Inn at Sea Island | Read More: The Inn at Sea Island: Inspired Luxury for Less (Video)


Imagine rolling vineyards and stately rooms in an Inn fit for a queen (or king)! That is the winery resort of Chateau Elan in Braselton. We love the packages here, from Culinary Tours to Bed & Breakfast Escapes.

Don’t forget the fantastic restaurant! From their French-inspired showpiece to an old-world speakeasy to a Southern-influenced chophouse, Chateau Elan is North Georgia’s premier destination for fine dining.

Book a room in a Spa or Golf Villa, with dinner and breakfast included.

Stay Here: Chateau Elan Winery


Oceanfront guest rooms with new, modern amenities make the Westin a delightful place to stay on Jekyll Island. Pets are welcome in select rooms, and there is always something for kids.

The Reserve Steakhouse is right on site, and offers both indoor and outdoor dining. I’ve eaten here, and it’s divine!  The Westin Cafe is the only place you can find Starbucks coffee on the island.

Enjoy the zero-entry pool, and kids-eat-free packages

Stay Here: The Westin Jekyll Island


The Westin Savannah Harbor is located right across the Savannah River from River Street…giving guests epic views of the Savannah skyline. I loved staying here, and taking the ferry to River Street is so much fun!

Tee off on their exclusive 18-hole PGA Championship golf course. Enjoy sophisticated rooms and suites with stunning views of the golf course or harbor, and delight in Southern coastal cuisine at their three on-site restaurants. Unwind in the heated pool or indulge in a rejuvenating massage at Heavenly Spa by Westin. Bring the kids…they have Family Suites!

Stay Here: The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa


Is Sea Island open to the public?

Sea Island is only open to resort guests and Sea Island Club members. This private, gated island is only accessible if you have reservations or are a member.

How much does it cost to get on Jekyll Island?

Single, multi-day, and annual passes are available. Bicycles and pedestrians can enter at no charge. Current auto access fees are $8 for one day and $75 for a 12-month parking pass. Their is an extra fee for oversized vehicles, and they add a $4 charge on the daily pass on busy days (like Holly Jolly Jekyll).

Is Sea Island worth a visit?

Absolutely, Sea Island is worth a visit. With beautiful accommodations, family-friendly activities, golf, a spa, awesome beaches, and fantastic restaurants, there is so much to do here.



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25 Dreamy Resorts in Georgia Perfect for Pampering the Family