We were in N. Georgia for a wedding, decided to try a local bed and breakfast, found Seventy-Four Ranch off the beaten path. What a great find! Great farm/ranch setting with beautiful views. My wife truly enjoyed meeting and feeding the horses. The main house and adjacent cabins really make you feel that you're living in the past. Pam met us at the gate, and Manny showed us to our room (Blue Room, has a 4 post double bed). We felt we were treated as family, not guests. All of the rooms were stunning, you really could feel and see the history of the home. One morning, Pam schooled the guests on the history of the ranch. Each morning, the guests gathered on the large back porch to talk and enjoy coffee while Tosha prepared a different breakfast each day. We really did enjoy our stay here and will not hesitate to stay here again should we be traveling back to this area. If you love rustic views, ranch settings and horse back riding, give this historic bed and breakfast a try, you won't be disappointed, it has it all!…
We had a hard time finding a place in GA that my daughters could ride horses. Kind of found this place by accident but SO happy we did!! it IS a rustic stay as the home is over 100 years old, and the cabins are made to feel very rustic / authentic. But we expected that and loved it. The breakfast was wonderful and my kids loved being able to run and play ... the fresh air and open space was just what we needed.
This place takes you back in time. From the vintage house (and contents) to the outbuildings and yard. Large spacious backyard - room for kids to run and play. Manny is great with the kids. We took horseback rides 2 different days - and enjoyed both. We cooked hotdogs and smores over the fire in backyard. Great views. Hope to go back soon.
We dropped a child off at college and wanted to take our other child someplace fun on the way home. We had heard about this ranch several years ago. We spent a night there in January sleeping in the saddle cabin which has four bunks and a wood stove for heat. We had the best time. Breakfast the next day was superb as were the stories Pam told. (She might be related to Butch Cassidy.) After that Manny took our 12-year-old out for some good old fashioned activities which our son loved. Thank you, Pam and Manny, for a fun and relaxing visit.
While the host was very friendly and attempted to make our stay enjoyable, the place was way too rustic for us. There was limited heat in the room and it was not any better in the house itself. Everyone sat around the breakfast table in their parkas. While we were asked to be at breakfast at 9, breakfast wasn't served for about 45 minutes. We were also expected to make our own coffee. Not exactly what I would consider to be a relaxing or pampered stay. Couldn't wait to leave.