Brasstown Valley Resort Stables in Young Harris, Georgia hosts Grand Opening
The Stables and Welcome Center at Brasstown Valley Resort in Young Harris, Georgia recently celebrated with a grand opening ceremony and luncheon. It was a special day for all that attended.
The new addition houses the Mercantile, a retail store designed with the look and feel of an old-fashioned western store. There is also a multi-purpose lounging area known as the Tack Room which features a big, welcoming fireplace. Two spacious porches with ample seating look out over the picture-perfect stable and riding areas. With all the amenities including thirty magnificent horses, what more could any equestrian want?
Visitors and guest speakers braved brisk weather to offer their best wishes and congratulations to management and staff members. General Manager Charles Burton conducted the ribbon cutting, welcomed everyone to the event, and announced the guest speakers. Bob Newsome, Executive Director, North Georgia Mountains Authority and Special assistant to the Commissioner, Ga. Dept. of Natural Resources gave a short speech. Next on the agenda was Bill Doyle, Vice President of Resort Operations, Coral Hospitality. He said a few words about the importance of the stable attraction and what it means for Brasstown Valley Resort. Rep. Charles Jenkins took the podium next and expressed gratitude for a job well done.
Guests were given tours of the new facility by Stable Master James Bradshaw. A team of experienced guides, five miles of riding trails, hay rides, catered picnics, and 30 magnificent horses provide one of the most adventurous attractions in the North Georgia Mountains.
After the informative tour, an attractive lunch buffet hit the spot. An elegant yet friendly atmosphere, good conversation, and delicious food made for an excellent celebration. The new Stables are sure to be a favorite spot for individual visitors and larger organized groups for many years to come. Congratulations to Brasstown Valley for opening the Stables and Welcome Center.
Brasstown Valley Resort is situated on 503 acres among forests, wetlands, lakes, and freshwater streams. The mountain resort and conference center offers an abundance of outdoor activities, wildlife, and sporting activities. The Lodge features 102 rooms and suites with fireplaces and mountain view balconies. There are also rental cottages, restaurants, an 18-hole championship golf course, and many other amenities.