The York House Inn, Georgia’s oldest Bed and Breakfast Inn since 1896, 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. Beautifully decorated and romantic rooms offer a variety of plush bedding arrangements, all have private baths and luxury amenities and some have fireplaces and private porches.
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.
We love to celebrate weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, meetings or any special occasion with you. We offer special packages. Give us a call or check out our website at www.YorkHouseInn.com.