Nestled in the Gerogia Mountains, Henson Cove Place is a tastefully decorated uniquely rustic, Georgia mountain
bed and breakfast, with incredible pasture and mountain views. Reminiscent of more laid back days
this mountain bed and breakfast is complete with a porch swing and rockers.
Our Georgia Mountain bed and breakfast includes three comfortably furnished rooms,
each with private baths and featuring 100% Turkish robes, fine cotton towels and bath amenities.
Included with your stay is a gourmet homemade breakfast, coffee,
assorted teas and beverages.
Homemade treats and a wine hour are available each afternoon.
Henson Cove Place B&B w/Cabin is Located in the Georgia mountains just 1/2 mile off US 76, in Hiawassee, Georgia. Hiawassee is a Georgia mountain lake community that still has that small town feel. Located just North of Helen GA, and just 5 minutes from the Appalachian Trail for hiking and 15 minutes from Georgia's highest point - Brasstown Bald (4,784 feet). Henson Cove Place B&B w/Cabin is perfect for that romantic getaway and is convenient to a variety of attractions in the Georgia Mountians. Located just 5 minutes away is the North Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds and beautiful Lake Chatuge for boating, swimming, fishing and other water sports. Henson Cove Place B&B is part of the Georgia Wine Highway. Whitewater rafting on the Nantahala and Ocoee Rivers and tubing trips on the local rivers, are very popular and a short distance away.
Owners, Mariah & Dave Nugent, treat guests like family providing the utmost in comfortable lodging, bedding, excellent food, and a beautiful setting to unwind and refresh their body and soul. They serve a full gourmet breakfast every morning cooked on a 1929 Tappan gas stove along with daily snacks and complimentary beverages. Occasionally on Saturday they serve an early evening hor'douvre guest happy hour. The Gerogia Mountain property is (boarded by two bubbling creeks) boasts 1.6 acres, has a garden with a variety of seasonal flowers and a stunning pasture and mountain views. Also on the mountain property is part of the original fireplace hearth foundation built in 1901 (complete with well still intact).