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Business Listing   Cedar House Inn - Dahlonega, GA - Phone: (706) 867-9446

Business Listing   Lily Creek Lodge A Bed & Breakfast - Dahlonega, GA - Phone: (706) 864-6848

Business Listing   Mountain Top Lodge at Dahlonega - Dahlonega, GA - Phone: (706) 864-5257

Business Listing   Royal Guard Inn Bed & Breakfast - Dahlonega, GA - Phone: (706) 864-1713

Business Listing   Smith House Country Store - Dahlonega, GA - Phone: (706) 867-7000

Business Listing   Worley Homestead Bed & Breakfast - Dahlonega, GA - Phone: (706) 864-7002

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Helpful Definition for: Bed & Breakfasts

Bed & breakfasts, also known as B&B, are available in Dahlonega. These are small lodging establishments in Dahlonegathat offer overnight stay options, followed by breakfast. Usually, no other meals are offered. Many such establishments have and cultivate a local and historical flavor. They are usually private homes with a small number of beds. Some B&Bs also offer other services, such as wireless Internet access, free parking, spa services, or nightly wine and cheese hours. The larger ones may also be rented out for wedding services and business conferences. The basic B&Bs are usually cheaper than full service hotels. They are found all over the country, in both remote and urban areas. The internet has helped greatly in marketing and popularizing these establishments in Dahlonega.

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