This may be a repeat post, but I have not seen my original show up since my trip.
Spent a week connecting with extended family and had a comfortable and enjoyable stay. There are 15 cabins on site and each cabin is great and allows you to have a self-sustained retreat. The cabins are from one to three bedrooms and have kitchen, living, hot tub, grill, bath, and some have rec room. Each cabin also has satellite TV and a laundry. The pine plank decor is clean and inviting. The cabins are given names like The Get Away, The Wishing Well and other such names.
Also available on the resort property is a corporate lodge. Our family group had over 60 people and the facility very easily handled our gatherings. The lodge is outfitted with a large kitchen with sink, fridge, prep tables and warming oven, as well as utensils and pans, etc. but no oven. The lodge also has a screened porch and two large grills plus a gas-fired pit. Multimedia is available in the lodge. You can interface a PC with VGA that displays through a projector along with audio. There are RGB connections as well. There is an IPOD dock and two LCD monitors inside. There is also an LCD monitor on the screened porch. Each viewing station has a control panel for selection of your source, be it satellite TV, Ipod, PC, or RGB video. Rumor has it that some improvements are coming, although the present system is very flexible and easy to use.
The owners are very friendly and the rates are very reasonable.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The luxuriously rustic Sautee Event Lodge offers a spacious conference room featuring a huge stone fireplace and the latest in audio-video equipment, plus tables and chairs to accommodate up to 100 people. There is also a state of the art catering kitchen. The screened-in-porch dining area complete with a bar and large flat panel television make it perfect for group meals, parties and receptions of all kinds. It is a popular place for corporate or association retreats and events, family reunions, weddings and rehearsal dinners, church group fellowships, and much more. ... more less