... on my mind! In the Peach state (or Empire State of the South, as it is unofficially known) if you are looking for Georgia cabin rentals, not only do we have log cabin homes, but for those who really like seclusion and at the same time like to be within shouting distance of the fineries of life, we have cabin rentals in Blue Ridge Georgia. And if trout fishing is your hobby, you will find log cabins for rental where you can fish for trout for as long as your heart's content!
At the other end of the spectrum, for those that prefer beach life we have beach rental homes. If beach resorts are more akin to your holidaying lifestyle then our Tybee Island vacation rentals may be just right for you. Tybee Island is only a short drive to the historic city of Savannah, Georgia.
Georgia was one of the original 13 states and before the civil war (or 'the war between states' as it is preferred to be called in the south) it was a land of slavery and great cotton plantations. These days it is better known for its soy-beans, peanuts, pecans and peaches. Its climate can be described as a humid sub-tropical climate with cool and wet winters and hot and humid summers.
Places of interest include Stone Mountain Park (east of Atlanta) that has a Confederate memorial carved on the face of the mountain. In Atlanta you will find 'Coca-Coal World' and the 'Martin Luther King National Historic Site'. Other places of interest are the Okefenokee Swamp, Savannah (Georgia's oldest city swamped in in history), Augusta - which during the Civil War was the state's capital and in recent times has become more famous for golf as it is the home of the Masters Golf Tournament. Historians should visit the Andersonville National Historic Site - a confederate stockade for Union prisoners during the Civil War (or should we say 'the war between states'!) Also see the 'Little White House' in Warm Springs which was the home of President Franklin D Roosevelt.