Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa

RESERVATIONS: 706.379.9900

What is cozier in the middle of winter than wrapping yourself in luxurious comfort in the North Georgia mountains?


We cherish our location in the North Georgia mountains. Steeped in the history of the Cherokee nation and Appalachian settlers, Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa is more than a world-class resort where you can stay and play, it is a celebration of the mountains.

firepitIt is no wonder, then, that Brasstown is the premier luxury accommodation for all things fall in the North Georgia mountains. Prepare to celebrate on Sept. 4-5 in nearby Blairsville at the annual Mountain Heritage Festival, held every Labor Day weekend. Learn about the rich history of the Southern Appalachians’ Blue Ridge Mountains through living history demonstrations. See the skills of the mountains’ craftspeople as they spin, quilt, weave, woodwork, and blacksmith. See the live animals kept on farms in the area and pan for gold. No matter your age, the Mountain Heritage Festival is the perfect way to spend a day while you stay at Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa.

Come back in October for even more mountain fun in the beautiful mountain towns around Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa. The Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds in Hiawasee, just a short trip across the southern end of Lake Chatuge, hosts several events in October that will excite visitors. Car lovers won’t want to miss the 48th annual Shelby/Mustang and Ford car show on Oct. 1-2. Nowhere else in Georgia will you see so many classics in one place. That same weekend, lovers of clogging can put on their dancing shoes and catch the Georgia State Clogging Festival. The Georgia Mountain Fall Festival starts Oct. 8 and brings with it first-class musical performances, arts and crafts and a glimpse into the rich history of the North Georgia Mountains.

Country music lovers should make their reservations at Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa to coincide with some of Country’s favorites in concert at the fairgrounds. Tracy Lawrence is set to perform at the Fairgrounds on Oct. 9, Ronnie Milsap and Mark Wills on Oct. 16, and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band is back with a fresh lineup of musicians on Oct. 30.

The fun continues at the Fairgrounds on Oct. 23 when the 2021 Appalachian Brew, Stew & Que Festival returns. The festival is the perfect day trip from Brasstown Valley for craft beer connoisseurs, barbecue fans and Brunswick stew aficionados.

With all these options available this fall, make your reservations to stay at the premier mountain resort in North Georgia, Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa.