The Smith House
The Smith House has maintained its long tradition of old-fashioned hospitality dating back to 1899 when the house was originally built on a vein of gold ore. Located in the quaint town of Dahlonega, Georgia, the Smith House is a country inn that serves home-cooked country fare in the family-style dining room, while providing modern day luxuries to its guests. Accommodations are traditionally decorated with an incorporated hint of Americana. Just steps away, the town’s courthouse square features crafts, jewelry shops, hand blown glass, and pottery studios. Guests can tour a fully operational gold mine or spend the day rafting, canoeing, and hiking. The evenings can be enjoyed by sitting in one of the rocking chairs on the Smith House front porch.
The house still sits on a vein of rich Dahlonega gold ore.
Original Property Opened: 1899
84 South Chestatee Street
Dahlonega, GA 30533
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The Jazz Age, 1919 ~ 1928
The Smith House has maintained its long tradition of old-fashioned hospitality dating back to 1899 when the house was originally built on a vein of gold ore.
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