Scenic Sunday #107: Dillard House Gazebo

Gazebo on the grounds of the Dillard House, Dillard, Georgia. June 23, 2009.

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The gazebo above is on the grounds of the Dillard House in Dillard, Georgia.  The house is in a beautiful mountain setting near Rabun Gap in north Georgia.  If you every want a delicious meal of southern cooking, the Dillard House is the place to go.  Just make sure you have a hearty appetite.

After a wonderful meal a walk around the grounds is made to order.  This gazebo is a great spot to relax and enjoy the view.

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12 Responses to “Scenic Sunday #107: Dillard House Gazebo”

  1. Karin Says:

    Reminds me of the gazebo in the Sound of Music! Very pretty!

  2. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    This picture is timeless. It reminds me of the pavillions and bandstands in the 1800’s

  3. MaryBeth Says:

    A wonderful picture full of that southern feeling. I like it.

    BTW: Something for you on my Day4plus blog. MB

  4. Mildred Says:

    That is a beautiful photo. I love the shadows of the trees on the lawn. After a good southern meal at the Dillard House, you almost need a nap!

    Hope you and Betsy have a nice week.

  5. Neal Says:

    Very peaceful looking picture.

  6. Kathy Ariano Says:

    Lovely! And we’re ALWAYS open to suggestions about good places to eat!

  7. Sandra Says:

    i enlarged it and can see how peaceful and lovely the place is. I am from GA and never heard of the Dillard house. thanks for sharing

  8. Susie Says:

    It looks very inviting. I’ve eaten there once. I remember how wonderful the food is.

  9. Ruth Hiebrt Says:

    Sounds lovely and looks equally lovely.I have always wanted a Gazebo on my yard.

  10. happyone Says:

    It looks so nice and cool. What a great place to sit, relax and enjoy a good book!

  11. Carletta Says:

    This is a lovely scenic scene! The long shadows are wonderful!
    I think a glass of tea and a good book under the gazebo would be very nice.

  12. Rose Says:

    This looks like a beautiful place to be…a very appealing place to stop and relax.

    George, before I forget, doesor did your parents ever talk about the depression? I have a book from the library just full of people’s memories of that time. I have just read a few, and was thinking of them and wondering what tales they have told you. It might make an interesting post….

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