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Piccolo on Pine-Walk to the Square
Located just a few blocks from the historic Dahlonega Square, this charming cottage is the perfect getaway in the North Georgia Mountains. Piccolo is walking distance to restaurants, the historic Gold Museum and all kinds of shopping. This house has been fully updated with all of the modern amenities so you can relax and enjoy this quaint town and all that it offers.
$192 per night
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The Michelle Suite, 2 minute walk to the Square
Newly renovated home built in 1904. The home features two private suites. The Michelle Suite features a queen size bed and full bathroom with a private water closet. It is located just a short walk to the downtown square of Dahlonega.
$109 per night
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Hidden Cove
Hidden Cove is located in a very quiet neighborhood just five minutes from downtown Dahlonega. The quarters are located on the lower level of a large log home. This studio apartment ie, one large area, is divided into specially designed spaces. It has been newly renovated There is one Queen bed and one Sofa bed with one full bath. As you approach the apartment you will pass through the 10'x20' foot covered patio, newly furnished and waiting to be enjoyed.
$82 per night

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Stay near Dahlonega's top sights

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The Crimson Moon21 locals recommend
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Bourbon Street Grille22 locals recommend
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Chestatee River Adventures8 locals recommend
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Shenanigans33 locals recommend
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Etowah Meadery7 locals recommend
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The Fudge Factory8 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Dahlonega

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Town & Porch- Walk to the Square
$295 per night
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Cabin in Downtown/walk to town/King bed/fireplace
$111 per night
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Tiny House in Woods near Downtown
$100 per night
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The Cane Patch: an easy walk to downtown Dahlonega
$133 per night
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Heavenly Views 3 miles to Dahlonega square and UNG
$88 per night
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UnWined at the Farmhouse
$117 per night
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Little Hawks Nest
$116 per night
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8 MINS TO DAHLONEGA SQ! HILL TOP CABIN! PETS!
$156 per night
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The Love Shack-1 mile from downtown Dahlonega
$110 per night
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Charming 1935 Cottage: "The Little House"
$222 per night
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Secluded & Peaceful Family Retreat w/ Hot Tub!
$127 per night
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Cheerful Cozy Cottage - Cheers On Chinkapin
$200 per night

Your guide to Dahlonega

All About Dahlonega

In 1829, Dahlonega, Georgia, wasn’t just any small mountain town — it was the site of America’s first gold rush. The town even got its name from a Cherokee word meaning the color gold. Today, there are many gold festivals and museums to mark this history — you can even try your hand at digging for gold — while wineries, nature trails, and performing arts venues sit just 90 minutes from the state capital of Atlanta. Located in the heart of the North Georgia Mountains, Dahlonega combines towering waterfalls, lush golf courses, and live music.

While the area’s abundant natural beauty is a major draw, 19th-century architecture, tree-lined sidewalks, and the buzz of students from the University of North Georgia make a case for spending some time in town. Wine lovers head into the verdant hills of Lumpkin County to explore the wealth of vineyards, and families flock to the historic town square for the holiday season, when twinkling lights abound.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Dahlonega?

The best months to see the town in its prime are from May to June and August to October. Because of Georgia’s southern location, you can expect humid weather at other times. Cabins in Dahlonega are surrounded by scenic drives throughout the year, with Cane Creek Falls, Dockery Lake, and the Yahoola Valley being especially resplendent in the fall. The holidays are big in Dahlonega — its festive cheer and decked-out balconies make it a popular filming location for TV specials and movies — and family-friendly parades, warming drinks, and homemade treats at the market create a heartwarming atmosphere for locals and visitors alike. Fans of traditional music won’t want to miss Bear on the Square, a celebration of bluegrass that takes place every April.


What are the top things to do in Dahlonega?

North Georgia Astronomical Observatory

Put aside some time to look up, take in Georgia’s famous big skies, and contemplate the universe with a bit of stargazing. Get a glimpse of one of the brightest planets in the sky, Venus, through the North Georgia Astronomical Observatory’s telescope. Don’t forget to call ahead, as not all tours are open to the public.

Crisson Mine

Take a step back in time to the frantic days of America’s first gold rush. Discover how gold was mined with time-honored tools, gather precious gemstones, and hear all about the site’s 130-year-old rock crusher. Rain or shine, one of the oldest mining establishments in Georgia has plenty of tales to tell.

Wine Tasting

The hills of Lumpkin County aren’t just rich in gold — they’re rich in Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Chardonnay. Spend a day touring the region’s award-winning wineries and sample top pours along with chocolate pairings galore. Not in the mood for a road trip? Don’t worry, there are plenty of tasting rooms downtown.

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