The Garden Walk Bed & Breakfast Inn
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IntroductionThe Garden Walk Bed and Breakfast Inn located in Lookout Mountain, Georgia is the city's newest and finest vacation get-away. Nestled among the mountain's 100-year-old pines, and surrounded by gardens, it is a patchwork fantasy of nostalgia and whimsy - a place where bicycles and boots are planters, rhododendron are trees, kitchen gardens grow plates as well as flowers, and the sound of a waterfall can be heard as you stroll down woodsy paths.
You can find romance and fantasy in "Lavender and Lace" and "Sunshine and Roses," nostalgic memories of yesterday in "Forget-me-not," or a touch of the wild west in "The Wild Rose, the best little establishment in Georgia." You might spend a cozy fireside evening in "Robin's Nest" tucked away Or travel to exotic places in one of the Garden Walk's two Jacuzzi suites, "Out of Africa" and "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil."Whichever room you choose, you'll enjoy the warmth, hospitality, fantasy, and romance of the Garden Walk -- truly the Best Escape since Alice went down the Rabbit Hole.
- Rooms come with King, Queen, or twin beds
- Private bath with every room
- Coffee maker
- Air conditioning
- Cable TV
- Fireplaces available
- Jacuzzi Suites
- Hot full breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Outdoor hot tub -- winter and summer
- Breakfast rooms
- Beautiful garden setting
Nearby AttractionsChattanooga has year-round attractions and fall is especially appealing in the mountains. The area is famous for its riverboat tours for a spectacular view of the leaves as the seasons change. The annual holiday festivals start in November with the Grande Illumination & Open House. The festivities include the lighting of the city Christmas Tree and about 100 downtown buildings. Rock City Gardens is always popular with its annual Enchanted Garden of Lights.
- Golf - Featuring the Bear Trace at Cumberland Mountain State Park "one of the Top Ten you can play" by Golf Magazine and The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay State Park
- Covenant College - the single best way to decide on a college is to experience it firsthand. We strongly encourage you to take time to visit Covenant
- Rock City - Featuring unique rock formations and lush gardens, Rock City is best known for the legendary view of seven states from Lover's Leap
- Ruby Falls - Discover an intriguing natural wonder at Ruby Falls, one of Chattanooga Tennessee's favorite attractions. The thundering 145 foot waterfall inside historic Lookout Mountain has been thrilling visitors since 1929
- Battles for Chattanooga War Museum - This exciting, dramatic re-creation of the events in October and November, 1863 accurately details the actions of the Confederate and Union Forces in the area of Chattanooga, Tennessee
- Point Park - In 1852 Colonel James Whiteside built a road from the north end of Lookout Mountain to his property at the top, then called Point Lookout
- The Incline - Following the Civil War, development on Lookout Mountain was minimal. The four-hour trip up Whiteside Pike, a toll road, discouraged many people, and the two-dollar toll discouraged the rest
- Cravens House - Robert Cravens is today perhaps best known for the house that bears his name on a small outcrop of level land about half-way up Lookout Mountain south of Chattanooga
- Murder Mystery Dinner Shows - Dinner with fun! Meet and talk with the play's crazy actors-- then, witness a crime that you must help solve! Enjoy unlimited Italian food, beverages and dessert
- Hang Gliding
- Bird Watching
Chattanooga is a model for small cities that have revitalized the downtown area. The city's river-front is a thriving entertainment district that draws more than a million visitors each year. It is a city that has attractions for the whole family. The Walnut Street Bridge is a pedestrians-only walkway across the Tennessee River. The downtown buildings host entertainment that ranges from tea rooms to jazz clubs with antiques nearby. Electric buses are free to ride. And don't forget that Chattanooga ChooChoo!
How to Find Us
- Follow the signs to Rock City (you can't miss them)
- Once on the mountain continue past the arrow pointing to Rock City for another half mile until the road ends in a "T" directly in front of the Methodist Church
- Turn right and then almost immediately veer right
- You will see the Garden Walk on your left within 100 feet.
FROM 1-24 East (coming from Nashville, Birmingham etc.)
- Take exit 174, turn right at the bottom of the ramp, and then veer left on to Cummings Highway
- Follow signs to Ruby Falls up the mountain
- Once you pass Ruby Falls, follow signs to Rock City past Mountain Memories Souvenir shop, a ball field, a small business district, and an intersection with 4-way stop signs and a blinking light
- Continue 7 tenths of a mile from that intersection; the Garden Walk is on your right.