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A Fun, Family-Friendly Hotel in Gainesville

Gainesville, Georgia founded in 1818 approximately 45 minutes north of Atlanta is a micropolitan town with a lot to offer. GuestHouse Inn & Suites with its colonial architecture is an extension of what Gainesville represents. Some of the main area attractions close to us have a lot to do with outdoors, motorsports, fishing, water sports, hiking, and mountain biking.

After your hard day at the track or the trail come sit and relax by our pool or walk to downtown Gainesville, which is full of boutique shops and local restaurants and is less than half a mile away. Whether you are in mood to have an exhilarating experience riding mountain bikes, relax in a pontoon boat, go hiking or zip lining, Gainesville has it. GuestHouse Inn staff is very familiar with a lot of area attractions and will be eager to help you plan a perfect vacation filled with fun.

Nearby Family Attractions
Mountain Biking: Visited by many travelers each year, there are some great trails close to Gainesville. Whether a beginner or advanced there is a lot of fun to be had on these North Georgia Mountain Biking Trails. Some trails listed below:
  • Chicoppe Woods
  • Dawson Forest
  • Fort Yargo State Park
  • Bull/Jake Mountain
Boating: Lake Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club has great rentals for Canoes and Kayaks. However if you are in mood for some water skiing or to have fun with the family and friends on a pontoon boat, Port Royale Marina ( is located only minutes from the hotel.

Hiking: Northeast Georgia waterfalls never disappoint. And although only a handful of waterfalls are visible from the road or parking lots, most are easily reached with a short walk or hike. There are some great waterfalls hiking trails located close to Gainesville. Some waterfalls in a short driving distance to the hotel are listed below:
  • Angel-Panther Falls
  • Amicalola Falls
  • Anna Ruby Falls