Beechwood Inn – North Georgia Mountains: Georgia’s Premier Wine Country Inn
Award winning Georgia Mountain hospitality and Farm to Table fine dining since 1922. Beechwood Inn – North Georgia Mountains, was selected as the “Best Inn in Georgia” by Georgia Magazine. Wine Enthusiast Magazine places Beechwood Inn in the Top 5 Destinations “for your next wine and food-focused escape.” Travel writer Becky Lamb says, “Beechwood Inn is the closest thing to a Napa Valley Bed and Breakfast we have in Georgia.” The restaurant was named one of the “Top 10 Farm to Table Restaurants in Georgia.” And the inn is Eco-Friendly. Awarded a Trip Advisor “Gold Level GreenLeader” designation and Certified Wildlife Habitat. 2016 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, placing Beechwood Inn in the “Top 10 percent of accommodations, attractions, restaurants, and vacation rentals listed on TripAdvisor.”
Nestled among 100 year-old terraced gardens overlooking Black Rock Mountain, it is a place where all elements add up to a culinary and wine-oriented journey.
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Beechwood Inn – North Georgia Mountains, offers daily wine-thirty with our wines made from Georgia grapes. The Inn’s restaurant features Saturday Farm to Table Dinners and a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence selection of vintages. Both Innkeepers/Chefs selected as “Best Chefs America 2013/2014/2015/2106.” The Inn’s beautifully landscaped 8 acre property is perfect for North Georgia Weddings, receptions, and group functions.
See our 3 minute video on Beechwood Inn and Rabun County’s designation as the “Farm to Table Capital of Georgia”
On Being Green, Making Our Wine, Living Our Dream: “It was so exciting at that time,” said Gayle Darugh, “because so many people were making wine and selling it from their garage or basement, and they were just passionate about it, and wanting to see what would happen. They came from all these different backgrounds to do this thing with the earth.” Such was the wine-making industry in California during the late 1960’s where David and I grew up.” Read More…