Seasons Inn: A Place You'll Want to Stay Over and Over.
One could find many reasons to enjoy a vacation. Whether it be a destination or attraction, time away from work, or just plain ole quality family time, there are a host of things that one could draw from to help make a vacation memorable. That's the typical logic, at least. For me, our most recent trip to the North Georgia mountains was made most memorable by the people we met...the friends that we made. And while I'll readily admit that we don't usually make many friends on vacations, we met some of the most friendly and wonderful people that anyone could ever wish to meet during our week's stay. Those kind of people will cause us to want to return to the area over and over.
A few months ago, I started a Facebook page as a supplement to this blog. On that page, I post lots of pictures of our vacations/travels. Since we had been to the North Georgia mountains twice since Memorial Day, I had posted plenty of pics and stories leading up to now. It was through our Facebook page and our past journey through some of the towns that we'd revisit, that we've met some interesting people and learned of some great things to do. In fact, much of what we planned during this past vacation was based on suggestions from some of those great people. Additionally, we also planned to support some of those establishments that had "liked us" on our Facebook page. We are glad that we did! Today's post is about one of those establishments, the Seasons Inn.
Our choice for a place to stay was made primarily because of a previous trip that my youngest son and I had taken back in July. While making a whirlwind tour through the state parks in North Georgia, Jacob and I stayed for a night at the Seasons Inn Motel located in Blairsville, Georgia. From the time we checked in, we were able to meet Colleen, the co-owner of the motel, and after learning a bit about us, she quickly turned her attention to the fact that Jacob was a baseball player. She then introduced us to another couple standing in the lobby and told us that the man was the father of the head baseball coach at the nearby Young Harris College. We traded other small talk and as we went to our room, we both thought that to be a "cool" experience. That experience and the time that she spent talking to us really made a good impression, but the fact that we found the room to be very budget friendly and extremely clean and comfortable left even more of a favorable impression. In fact, it was the very reason that we chose to plan to stay there again during this vacation. We found that those impressions were exactly duplicated during this trip, and then some! These are real people that have their priorities straight. At the Seasons Inn Motel, you are sure to get a VERY CLEAN and comfortable room. You'll also get to meet some of the FRIENDLIEST AND NICEST people ever! GREAT service and a GREAT night's stay without breaking the bank...now that's what I call having your priorities straight. It is the perfect business model. Lest I forget to mention, we were able to meet Colleen's husband and co-owner, Chris, during this time. He and I did quite a bit of talking and he was instrumental in recommending some of the great things that we did such as visiting Mercier Orchards, the Union County Courthouse, and breakfast at the "Hole in the Wall". He also agreed that we'd have a great trail ride at A Step Above Stables when he learned that we'd already made reservations to take one. Because of their great service, we definitely plan to stay at Seasons Inn Motel again during our next trip and we HIGHLY recommend that you check it out too...you'll be glad that you did! You may also want to check out their very high ratings at the Trip Advisor site. You will find out that many others will tell you the same thing that I am saying.
Seaons Inn Motel is located at 94 Town Square, Blairsville, Ga. 30512 (Phone: 800-901-4422)
You can check out their website here: www.seasons-inn.com
Check out their review at the Trip Advisor website. Click here: Trip Advisor-Seasons Inn