Rabun Gap Northeast Georgia Mountains

Surrounded by beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Rabun Gap has several historic and beautiful bed and breakfast inns, an artist retreat and grist mill, hiking and walking trails as well as a wonderful winery and tasting room. !2 Spies Vineyards and Farm is a quiet, beautiful afternoon respite with great wines and scenic views of the surrounding mountains.
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Rabun Gap-Wolffork Valley has always been the center of farming in Rabun County because of its relatively flat topography in the river valley of the natural gap in the Blue Ridge Mountains. 

Nestled down Betty Creek Road is the Hambidge Center, a retreat for artists, writers and creative thinkers who are award Hambidge Fellowships.  It is located on 600 wooded acres and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  It includes the Hambidge House, Rock house a working grist mill, waterfalls, miles of and breathtaking vistas.  

The Sylvan Falls Bed & Breakfast Inn offers a quiet and relaxing retreat in the shadow of Wolf Valley. Photographers love the waterwheel and falls adjacent to the inn.

Nearby Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School offers events and theater productions year round including their Cirque du Soleil performed by students.

Visitor Information Center

Hwy 441 North
Rabun Gap, GA 30568

7 miles North on Hwy 441 from Clayton, Ga

Visit Website

Phone: 706-212-0241

Rabun Gap Trip Ideas & Inspiration

The dining information on this page is supplied by the Georgia Restaurant Association.