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  • a - Tennis
  • b - Spa
  • c - Pool
  • d - The Woodlands Grill
  • e - Fitness Center
  • f - Golf Shop
  • g - Gatehouse
  • h - Family Cemetary
  • i - Wilderness Trails
  • j - Pavilion Conference Center
  • k - Adair House
  • l - Town Hall
  • m - Registration
  • n - Beer Garden
  • o - SpringBank Sporting Club
  • p - Conifer Hill
  • q - Amphitheater & Meadow
  • r - Lower Gardens
  • s - Manor House & Ruins
  • t - Horseback Riding
  • u - Museum
  • v - Stagecoach House
  • w - The Rice House
  • X - Red House
  • Y - Fugger Cabin

Manor House
& Ruins

Horseback
Riding

Rice House

Springbank
Sporting Club

Amphitheater
& Meadow

Pavilion
Conference Center

Wilderness
Trails

Pool

Tennis

Beer
Garden

The Woodlands
Grille

Fitness

Golf Shop

Town
Hall

Registration

Lower
Gardens

Family
Cemetary

Museum

Gatehouse

Adair House

The Red House

Conifer Hill

Spa

Stagecoach House

Fugger Cabin

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Manor House & Ruins

Explore a piece of local history tracing back to Godfrey Barnsley's storied beginnings before the Civil War. Carefully curated by Barnsley Historian and Museum Director Clent Coker, the museum's home is located within the kitchen house adjacent to the stately manor house ruins.DETAILS >>

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Horseback Riding

Explore the wilds of Barnsley Resort on horseback, riding through the open fields and wooded trails surrounding the resort. From a guided wilderness ride to a lesson in the corral, our experienced wranglers welcome riders of all abilities.DETAILS >>

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Rice House

The 1800s era farm house, now known as the Rice House Restaurant, serves as the historical cornerstone on the north lawn of the Resort. Meticulously dismantled on the original Rice Plantation in nearby Rome, Georgia before it was carefully relocated and resurrected at Barnsley Resort, our culinary team pays homage to the home's Southern heritage.DETAILS >>

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SpringBank Sporting Club

The hunt has long been a Southern tradition to manage and preserve game and our lands. Our sister property, the 1,800-acre Springbank Plantation, offers upland game hunting and one of the Southeast's most extensive shooting clays facilities-over water, in open field and in the woods. Shooting guides ensure that all hunters–beginners and experts–fully enjoy their outing. DETAILS >>

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Amphitheater & Meadow

Our hunting courses are made up of nine large areas which include rolling hills and flat lands. DETAILS >>

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Pavilion Conference Center

Barnsley Resort is a unique destination for corporate retreats and is popular with attendees because it's so much more than an ordinary conference facility. An hour north of Atlanta, the resort offers 3,300 acres of interesting venues-from elegant board meetings to a championship golf course to a 5,000 square-foot Pavilion. Challenge your Barnsley Resort conference coordinator with your needs and ideas. DETAILS >>

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Wilderness Trails

Discover the resort's rolling landscape on foot or two wheels. If strolling or cruising is your speed, multiple trails wind along peaceful ponds, over wooden bridges and walkways, and even along the golf course. For more heart pumping action, tackle one of several trails ideal for mountain bikes or the avid hiker.DETAILS >>

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Pool

From a relaxing dip in our resort pool to an invigorating workout, the pool and fitness options complement your stay at Barnsley Resort.DETAILS >>

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Tennis

Step up for a bit of friendly competition on the courts and in the field with tennis, frisbee golf and paintball. We provide the venue, you determine who gets bragging rights.DETAILS >>

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Beer Garden

Sit down, relax and enjoy the Beer Garden, where a casual menu of salads, paninis, bratwurst and more are available. Of course, more than 30 craft beer selections are available, including Godfrey's Pale Ale, exclusive to Barnsley Resort. DETAILS >>

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The Woodlands Grille

Come as you are. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Woodlands Grill overlooks the picturesque Fazio-designed golf course and serves as the social hub of the resort. Playful renditions on southern regional comfort food as well as skillfully cooked prime cuts of meats find perfect pairings with our wine list along with an extensive craft beer and spirit selection.DETAILS >>

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Fitness

Keep up with your fitness routine during your stay at Barnsley Resort. Our Fitness Center offers cardiovascular equipment including treadmills and elliptical trainers. DETAILS >>

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Golf Shop

Play starts in Scotland and ends in Blue Ridge Foothills-exactly what Jim Fazio had in mind when he designed one of the most sought-after courses in Georgia. Recognized as some of the fastest greens in the Southeast, it also offers one of the best collections of par 3s in all golf.DETAILS >>

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Town Hall

Alpine-inspired Town Hall for meetings or wedding ceremonies.

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Registration

Check in for your stay at Guest Services. We offer morning coffee, afternoon hot tea and evening s’mores presentations in our lobby. Addie's Boutique is also located here.DETAILS >>

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Lower Gardens

Step into the legendary gardens at Barnsley Resort to learn more about the fascinating history and diverse collection of flora and fauna in the village and heirloom gardens. The horticulture team carefully tends the expansive grounds to ensure it is a true four seasons garden, perfect for viewing at any time of year.DETAILS >>

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Family Cemetary

Barnsley family cemetery.

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Museum

Explore a piece of local history tracing back to Godfrey Barnsley's storied beginnings before the Civil War. Carefully curated by Barnsley Historian and Museum Director Clent Coker, the museum's home is located within the kitchen house adjacent to the stately manor house ruins.DETAILS >>

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Gatehouse

Our gate attendants welcome guests to the resort as they enter on Barnsley Drive.

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Adair House

Executive and Administrative Offices

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The Red House

The Red House is a replica of the Tulley-Smith House of the Atlanta History Center built in the 1840s. The Red House features a spacious conference room and a private king suite with a sitting area.

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Conifer Hill

A gazebo at Conifer Hill offers a private location to enjoy the scenery, or perhaps a private dinner for two.

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Spa

Escape to the fine pampering of nurturing spa treatments tailored just for you. Let your whims be known and relax as therapists transform stress into bliss. Indulge in massage performed with heated shells, foot reflexology, and facial treatments customized for your skin type.DETAILS >>

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Stagecoach House

The original 1800s Stagecoach House for the Barnsley Manor House.

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Fugger Cabin

Built in the 1840s and moved to its current location by Prince Hubertus Fugger of Bavaria.