Blue Ridge Travel Guide // Our Stay at The Toasted Marshmallow Cabin

Hi friends! I am extremely excited to share all of the details of our cozy mountain getaway to Blue Ridge, GA.

WHERE WE STAYED

We stayed in a beautiful cabin named The Toasted Marshmallow. Tucked away in Necowa Cove neighborhood, this 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom dreamy cabin provided us with unbeatable mountain views, convenient lake access and all the amenities we could ask for! With downtown Blue Ridge only a short 12-ish minute drive, we were able to browse all the cute shops and yummy eats that the town had to offer.

Check out part 1 of our travel vlog here:

WHAT WE DID:

Let me start by saying, we went in the middle of the week during Blue Ridge’s “off season,” so unfortunately a lot of restaurants and things around town were closed. BUT, we were still able to do a lot and have a great time! Keep in mind that when you book with The Toasted Marshmallow they provide a full binder of local activities, including hiking, restaurants, shopping, etc!

Fighting Town Tavern

Great fresh, local food with yummy burgers, good beer and a fun atmosphere!

Roots Organic Juice + Bar

Fresh and local juice … need I say more?

Das Kaffee Haus

Cute little coffeeshop in DT Blue Ridge… it’s a must!

Grumpy Old Men Brewing

Cool atmosphere and good beer. I got the milk stout and it was full-bodied, creamy and delicious!

Poke Jons

Brand new poke bowl spot in downtown! Fresh ingredients and great selection for build-your-own bowls 🙂

Mercier Orchards

Obviously the orchard wasn’t in harvest but it was still so cool to go and shop around the market and bakery. They had tons a fresh apples and also have a cute cafe during weekend hours!

Expedition Bigfoot

Honestly we decided to do this bc it was one of the few things open but we ended up having a great time! The exhibit is fully decked out in research, findings, personal testimony encounter and so much more. Sneak peek in my travel vlog part 2 (launching Friday!).

Ellijay: (20-30 min. drive)

Cantaberry (There’s one in BR, too!)

SO.GOOD. I got the chicken pesto croissant and I’m still drooling over it. Annnnnd, their sweet potato fries were topped with cinnamon sugar. YES PLEASE.

Ellijay Coffeehouse

Honestly one of the cooler coffee shops I’ve been to. So much seating, yummy coffee, games available and just an overall VIBE.

Cartecay Vineyards

This little vineyard was so quaint, affordable and fun! They had indoor and outdoor seating, very relaxed atmosphere and get the tasting because they give you more like half-glass pours instead of just little samples. Thank me later 🙂

Ott Farms and Vineyards

This brand new vineyard was just a few miles up the road and holy cow – the views!! They had great indoor and outdoor seating with delicious wines! Highly reccommend.

That about sums up what we did! We spent a lot of our time in the cabin because one, it was cold, but two, because it was so beautiful and cozy! If you’re traveling to Blue Ridge, GA, I cannot recommend The Toasted Marshmallow enough.

Also, be sure to check out the Blue Ridge Mountains website for a travel planning tool!

I hope you guys enjoyed this guide and be sure to subscribe on YouTube so you don’t miss the travel vlog launch of part 2 and part 3 for Mountain Yoga!

9 Comments Add yours

  1. Leah jones says:

    I love this! hope I can visit one day! Great read.

  2. Lindsay Fuce says:

    This is such an awesome guide! I went to school in the Blue Ridge Mountains and have visited Mercier Orchards and Grumpy Old Men Brewing.

  3. So fun!!!

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