Lodging Special – Defining the Destination for an awesome Eclipse at the York House Inn – SOLD OUT – Taking a Waiting List
Lodging Special – Defining the Destination for an awesome Eclipse at the York House Inn – SOLD OUT
Book now for our two night package August 20 and 21st, 2017. Date of eclipse is August 21, 2017, start 1:07pm. Totality at2:35 pm and ends at 4:01 pm. Enjoy two nights and enjoy the benefits.
- Sunday night arrival with complimentary bottle of wine.
- Sunday evening wine social hour with our very own astronomer.
- Make sure to bring your telescopes for excellent night time star gazing! Little light in Rabun Gap.
- Monday morning breakfast
- Eye safety discussion and Eclipse viewing glasses provided, lawn chairs, snacks, soft drinks, beer and wine provided.
- Rock on our porches until the last minute or enjoy our expansive open lawns for your viewing.
- make sure to turn your telescopes to the heavens for excellent night time star gazing.
- Tuesday morning breakfast.
- Two night package is $350.00 plus tax
- No refunds after May 15, 2017.
- Inn is currently available for whole house rental for your astronomy group!
About York House Inn:
York House Inn is Georgia’s oldest bed and breakfast, and certainly one of the states iconic destinations. Proudly listed on the National Register of Historic Places, we are nestled at the foot of the Appalachian mountains. Guests to our North Georgia mountain location have experienced romance, relaxation and unsurpassed hospitality for thirteen wonderful decades. Enjoy our fine selection of accommodations with period antiques and private baths recalling the “resort era.”
Our original home dates from the 1840’s, the dove tailed chestnut log construction is visible in our sundries area off the living room and in the former servants quarters “Roc Room” in our lower level. The Inn began operating in 1896, and expanded in 1907 to care of workers building The Tallulah Falls Railroad, and then boarders and vacationers to the area. The Inn is the oldest continuous business in Rabun County, nestled in the a picturesque valley or gap, at the beginning of the Appalachian Trail. Our view of the Little Tennessee River Valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains is only made better on our unique two story veranda.
For more information about this lodging special or York House Inn go to www.YorkHouseInn.com.