Our Inn is Georgia's oldest Bed and Breakfast Inn since 1896 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally known as a large ideal country home, the Inn has long been known for mountain spring water, and large verandas with views of the Little Tennessee River Valley. The design from original log farmhouse and 1840’s servant quarters to Victorian Inn reflects rural adaptations of the “Resort Era” in Rabun County.
Our beautiful setting and history of community inspired the original family, past and now present Innkeepers Stan and Christine Penton. Beautifully decorated and romantic rooms and suite offer a variety of plush bedding arrangements, all have private baths and luxury amenities and some have fireplaces and private porches. Taking a rock on the veranda under the hemlocks, a quiet moment at our pre civil war Spring House, or a quiet walk in our own forest area and country lanes recall a past era.
We offer delicious breakfasts for guests. Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, Meetings or any special occasion are welcome. Special Packages are available. Situated near the base of the Appalachian Trail, beautiful National Parks, Tallulah Gorge, Black Rock Mountain, hiking trails, horseback riding, fishing, motor-cycling, shopping, art galleries, flea markets, wineries, museums, auction house, white water rafting and so much more. A getaway to the York House Inn Bed and Breakfast will be a memorable experience.
Commitment to Eco-friendly Policies
We offer Eco-friendly spa amenities, luxury lines, bath towels and plush robes.
In addition, we are committed to green living, and we show that commitment by:
How can Inn guests help?
- Monitoring our water, natural gas, and electricity use, with a goal to improve annually
- Practicing waste reduction, recycling, and offering our guests the option to participate
- Offering optional laundry service in order to decrease use of water, energy, cleaners and septic system
- Using eco friendly products in our rooms, laundry, and amenities
- Practicing water conservation by using water-saving faucets, toilets and showerheads
- Reducing energy consumption by employing energy-efficient options in lighting, heating/cooling and energy star equipment
Please ask the Innkeepers or one of our staff should you have questions regarding our initiatives.
- Re-use towel and linen program.
- Recycle in your room.
- Turn off your lights when leaving the room.
- Turn off the heating, air conditioning and fan when leaving your room.
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