Remember the old saying, "Calgon, take me away"?
It was a commercial for bubble bath and the cry for help was a harried mom. Well, I could relate earlier this month when my husband went on a trip for ten days. I dreamed of taking a weekend away in a tiny cabin for quiet and solitude. At it wasn't the first time. The writer in me longs for an extended writing trip where I rent a tiny cabin and allow myself to be creative without interruption. Then again, a weekend with my girlfriends with nothing to do but enjoy conversation, drinks, and a campfire would also be amazing.
I like to go camping with the kids too. Last year, our family camped at a local state park but we got a deluge of rain that night and most of our campsite blew away or was soaked. We had to pack it up early and missed the experience. Glamping in a tiny cabin may be the answer to our next memorable trip to the great outdoors!
Whether you're looking to spend quality family time away from screens and busy schedules, want to reconnect with your partner uninterrupted, fill your tank with a rejuvenating girls' weekend, or finally get some alone time to explore your own hobby or passion, a glamping getaway may just hit the spot. I found a great deal on a Getaway tiny cabin stay from our sister site, CertifiKID.
Just a couple hours away in Suches, Ga, these Getaway tiny cabins in the Chattahoochee National Forest have everything you need. Nearby attractions and activities to keep everyone entertained. Known as “The Valley Above the Clouds,” Suches is widely known for its scenic views and abundant outdoor activities. If you like to hike, bird watch, fish, hunt, or just sit under a tree and enjoy the clean mountain air, this is the place! Check out the full guide to all the nearby attractions and hiking routes HERE, including the Raven Cliff Falls, Jarrard Gap Trail, and Long Creek Falls along the Appalachian Trail.
You'll be in nature, but you'll have fresh bed linens waiting for you, as well as bath towels, biodegradable shower products, and basic kitchen wares when you arrive. There's even AC and a bathroom with a shower! Depending on the cabin size you can house two to four people comfortably.
Each cabin also has its own outdoor space with a fire pit, picnic table, and chairs.