We are pleased to announce that we are now booking weddings with 100 guests in attendance for 2015. Currently only Sept and Oct of 2015 is available. For those booking with 50 or less in attendance, Fridays or Sundays will be available as before. Thank you for making us the most sought after venue for smaller, “Simply Elegant” North Georgia Weddings
TickedPinkPapaerInk For all your custom wedding stamps. Teresa the shop owner is a delight to work with on all wedding projects. She has a graphic design and illustration background and works tirelessly to custom make your wedding stamps. Her website is under construction, but her Etsy store is up and running. Tell her Dee sent you and she will take care of you!
Catering for the Honeymooners
Chef Douglas- Let Chef Douglas come to your cabin to prepare and serve an unforgettable gourmet four course meal . . . and he even cleans-up! www.cabincuisine.com
Reverend Gena VandeWalker- Wedding Officiant servicing the tri-state are of Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina.
Sundance Cabin Rentals – Please ask for Barbara
Activities for the Family
Gorilla Sanctuary 30 minutes from Treehouse http://www.gorilla-haven.org
Visit Falls Creek Fall - 8 miles from Treehouse
This is the view I woke up to the other morning. This was taken from the deck. The lake is under the clouds. It’s amazing viewing this from the top of the mountain.
There is very little cost associated with modifications that can be made to welcome all guests-those that walk in and those that wheel in. Treehouse allows the elderly and the physically challenged to feel welcome and their caregivers have one less thing to worry about during their vacation. Small modifications, that become great conveniences, go unnoticed until they are needed. When you can roll a suitcase or a stroller right in, when your elderly relative can avoid some steps, when you can fill a pot with water while it is at the burner and not have to worry about carry it from the sink to the stove…well, it’s just the little things that matter. At Treehouse we try to exceed your expectations by considering even the small things.
Our Treehouse does not meet, ADA, handicap accessibility standards…yet. But it is most definitely wheelchair friendly. Below you will see the very first modification we made. We (and of course by “we” I mean my husband) added a ramp using the same style as the rest of the deck front entrance. In time, it will have the same patina as the rest of the woodwork and it too will go unnoticed…until you need it. That’s the whole point.
I can rest assured that all our guests are welcome-those that walk in as well as those that wheel in.