Accommodations at Brasstown Valley Resort and Spa
The resort has three types of accommodations: the main lodge, cottages, and the Spa Suite. The lodge has 102 guest rooms, many with balconies, gas fireplaces, or panoramic mountain and golf course views.
Google rates the lodge as a 3-star hotel, which could be technically correct per standards, but it’s quite possibly the nicest three-star property we’ve seen. The property isn’t a state park, but it is state-owned, so they aimed for an accessible price point and had ‘value engineering’ restrictions keeping them from entering the high-end luxury market. Long story short, you get a lot for your money at Brasstown Valley Resort, in a location that can’t be beat.
If you’re looking for the next level up in accommodations, there are five one-bedroom suites in the lodge and eight private cabins located in the woods. The cabins come with their own kitchen, so maybe Thoreau was on to something after all. Then again, he did go back into town on occasion to have his mom bake for him, so there’s that.
If you’re looking for the crème de la crème, you have to check out the 825-square-foot Equani Spa Suite. It’s next level with a private rooftop deck, a Jacuzzi tub for two (featuring a 46-inch flat-screen TV and fireplace), and a spacious ‘Experience Shower’ providing a full-sensory experience with double-drench shower heads, steam, aromatherapy, LED lights, marine speakers, and 12-head Swiss shower bars.
The Spa Suite is the perfect retreat for newlyweds who just enjoyed a destination wedding at Brasstown Valley Resort and Spa. It is available more often than you might think, so go ahead and ask if it’s open and treat yourself.