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Our Location

Around Adairsville Explore North Georgia’s Historic High Country

North Georgia is one of the most interesting regions of the U.S. with a bevy of small and charming towns that offer everything from antique markets to hiking trails; from historic homes to science museums. There is something for everyone here.

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Just an hour north of Atlanta and south of Chattanooga on I-75, Barnsley Resort is located on 3,000 scenic acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Northwest Georgia. For the best travel experience, follow our directions below rather than your GPS.

Our Address
597 Barnsley Gardens Road
Adairsville, Georgia 30103

Just an hour north of Atlanta

Take I-75 North to Exit 306. Turn left off the exit. Travel approximately 2.2 miles on Highway 140. Turn left at red light onto Hall Station Road and travel south approximately 5.5 miles. Take a right at Barnsley Gardens Road (just past Mt. Carmel Church). Travel 2.5 miles to the main entrance of the resort on the left.

Just an hour south of Chattanooga

Take I-75 South to Exit 306 and follow the signs. Travel west on Highway 140 for 2.2 miles Turn left at red light onto Hall Station Road and travel south for 5.5 miles. Take a right at Barnsley Gardens Road (just past Mt. Carmel Church). Travel 2.5 miles. The Resort entrance will be on your left.

ChargePoint Stations Available

For those traveling with electric vehicles, three ChargePoint charging stations are now available. The charging stations are located in front of the Inn and may be accessed by guests with a ChargePoint account. Guests who do not have a ChargePoint account may be assisted by the front desk at the Inn. Vehicle charging is $2.50 per hour with a $1 minimum. 

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Should you need assistance making reservations for transportation to and from the resort, we recommend Greene Worldwide Transportation. For more information or to make reservations, please visit their website.


The resort is conveniently located 70 miles north of the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and 65.5 miles south of The Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport. We are more than happy to assist in arranging pick-up for individuals or groups. Please notify us of your needs at least 48 hours in advance of your arrival.


We’re easily accessible via helicopter with a heli-pad onsite. Our coordinates are N34 18. 12W 084 58. 93. Should you require assistance upon landing, please contact Guest Services at 770.773.7480.


For arrivals and departures via chartered planes, Tom B. David Airport (CZL) located in Calhoun, Georgia, is just 14 miles or a 20-minute drive from Barnsley Resort. Helicopter service is also available from the airport to the resort. Taxi service and rental cars (via Enterprise) are available at the airport terminal. For more information, please call 706.602.8000 or visit their website here.

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                • Booth Western Art Museum

                  The Booth Western Art Museum showcases the American West. Set aside about three hours to walk through this three-story museum, which houses permanent exhibits such as the American West Gallery, Presidential Gallery and Modern West Gallery.

                • Tellus Science Museum

                  Explore the Earth and search the stars at this brand new world-class museum which features the Weinman Mineral Gallery, a fossil gallery, the Science in Motion Transportation Gallery, a digital planetarium, an observatory and more.

                • Savoy Automobile Museum

                  Visitors explore the history and diversity of automobiles through changing exhibits, educational programs and engaging experiences.

                • LakePointe Sports

                  The premier youth sports destination in the country, serves athletes in more than 30 sports year-round, including baseball, basketball, volleyball, soccer, lacrosse, gymnastics and cheer.

                • Allatoona Lake

                  One of the most frequently visited U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lakes in the nation, visitors enjoy picnicking, fishing, swimming and other water sports, and observing the abundant wildlife along the shores of this beautiful lake. The visitor center features video exhibits and displays about the area's history.

                • Etowah Indian Mounds

                  Located in Cartersville on the Etowah River, this Native American Indian Settlement dates back to 950 A.D and features museum exhibits depicting daily life.

                • Roselawn House and Museum

                  The former home of renowned evangelist Sam P. Jones, the Museum houses writings and memorabilia of Sam Jones and Rebecca Latimer Felton, the first woman to serve in the United States Senate.

                • African American Heritage Trail

                  Understanding that one cannot fully consider the history of Bartow County without understanding the history of its black citizens. The African American Heritage Trail features 19 sites that are important components of black life in Bartow County. Some of the most prominent places are the former George Washington Carver Park (now known as Bartow Carver Park), the Noble Hill-Wheeler Memorial Center, the first Rosenwald school built for black students in northwest Georgia; and the Kingston grave site of Melvina “Mattie” Shields, an ancestor of former first lady Michelle Obama. Locations of historical importance are located throughout the county, including the Black Pioneers Cemetery and Euharlee Covered Bridge in Euharlee and the Adairsville Depot Museum. An electronic brochure and map are available via the Cartersville-Bartow Convention & Visitors Bureau at https://visitcartersvillega.org/gwcp/.

                • Adairsville

                  Nearby Adairsville, Georgia is a charming town with several antique shops, restaurants, and over 30 historic homes showcasing Southern architecture. It is also the site of the Civil War’s Great Locomotive Chase.

                • Cartersville

                  Cartersville will surprise you with opera, art, boutique stores, biscuits, and even an old-fashioned baker.

                • Rome

                  Rome, Georgia is often described as an ‘enchanted land where the rivers meet and the mountains begin’. Its famous Clock Tower has been keeping time since 1872.

                • Oak Hill at Berry College

                  Step back in time at this beautifully preserved 170-acre antebellum plantation, home of Berry College founder, Martha Berry, featuring the Martha Berry Museum.

                • Chieftains Museum & Major Ridge Home

                  The Chieftains Museum and Major Ridge Home, is a 181-year-old National Historic Landmark on Georgia’s 150-mile Chieftains Trails.

                • Chief Vann House

                  Found on the outskirts of Chatsworth, the Chief Vann House was once called the ‘Showplace of the Cherokee Nation.’ The two-story mansion is decorated with Cherokee hand carvings and many fine antiques. 

                • Red Top Mountain

                  While best known for the 12,000 acre lake, Red Top Mountain is also a hiker’s haven. More than 15 miles of trails wind through the forested park, providing opportunities for exercise and nature photography.

                • Berry College

                  Founded in 1902, Berry has the world’s largest contiguous college campus, spanning more than 27,000 acres of woodlands, meadows and streams.