The Misfit House
Hey there, I am back with my reviewing session and this time I stayed at The Misfit House Georgia. Georgia was always present on my bucket list and why not, the country has a lot to offer, be it Stone Mountain, southern hunting plantation, Georgia’s famous peaches and peanuts, rock city and much more. So, I got a chance to stay here at Misfit House run by Monica and I can say it without a doubt that the place is one of the dreamiest settings I have ever come across.
The house is a fully renovated cozy cabin on amazing Calls Creek. Also, the place is just a perfect fit for almost everything, from family gatherings to wedding groups. Well, I was there for the New Year and believe me I had the best time there. The best part was that the place was just a few miles from downtown and Five Points. Isn’t that so amazing? I mean who doesn’t want to enjoy the soothing sound of the water while sitting back on the porches.
In addition to that, one can simply sit by or play in the creek, walk the trails to spend some time with your loved ones, or just ride bikes on a long drive. Well, sitting under the string lights at night is absolutely the best relaxing thing after a long tiring day of exploring the country, and also www.routeprints.com will help you to find some more traveler’s stories.
Monica has even taken care of your beauty sleep and other basic facilities. Her house has 4 spacious bedrooms out of which 3 has queen size beds and one has a king size bed. Basic amenities include Wi-Fi, laptop-friendly workspace, TV, washer, books and toys (if you’re visiting with your kids), a kitchen where you can cook your own meals, bathroom essentials and much more.
All in all, the house is incredibly updated and stylish, great hospitality and wonderful space is something you definitely need to pay a visit when in Georgia next time. In general terms, Misfit means, “A person whose behavior or attitude sets them apart from others in an uncomfortably conspicuous way” and Monica has proved this term right in every way. I wish I could have spent some more time at this beauty.