Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Georgia Honeymoon Retreats

There are many Georgia honeymoon retreats available for the outdoor loving newlywed couple. Georgia provides a scenic background with the romantic North Georgia Mountains along the horizon. And quiet seclusion is the goal of your honeymoon when you travel in Georgia. Georgia honeymoon retreats offer the newly married couple a great place to relaxand recuperate.

Some of the Georgia honeymoon retreats that are available include Forrest Hills in Dahlonega, Georgia. And your wedding details can even be handled in this same location. Wedding coordinators are available to make sure that your wedding is stress free and tailored to your desires. Many couples choose a package that includes the ceremony and reception along with a horse drawn carriage ride. There is an outdoor pavilion for the ceremony or you can choose the chapel in the woods. From the wedding cake to the perfect reception menu, all of your wedding needs can be taken care of in this one location.

And as you end the perfect wedding day, the comfortable cabins make great Georgia honeymoon retreats. Cabins feature a hot tub, candlelight dinner, and horseback riding. Spa services are also available for the couple that enjoys a little pampering at the end of the day--or in the middle. Many of the cabins also include a fireplace to warm up your evenings and keep your romantic mood lit.

Another option for one of the many great Georgia honeymoon retreats are the Forest Cabins of Ellijay. These cabins also feature fireplaces and hot tubs, providing personal luxury in the privacy of your own living space. From the deck of your cabin you will be able to experience babbling brooks and the sounds of nature's beauty. Go on private nature hikes with your new spouse or head out of the cabin and into town. Forest Cabins of Ellijay are just a short drive from Amicalola Falls State Park with its natural waterfalls or the Whitepath Golf Course. Local dining is a treat in the city of Ellijay.

Georgia honeymoon retreats offer a little silence after a long week of wedding obligations. So why not look into Georgia for your honeymoon needs? DO a little or do a lot, either way, you'll keep coming back to Georgia.