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Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Barnsley Resort?
Barnsley Resort is located in Adairsville, Georgia off I-75, approximately one hour between both Atlanta and Chattanooga.

Did the name change from Barnsley Gardens?
Yes, the name of the total property is Barnsley Resort while the historic gardens remain part of the experience today.

Is Barnsley Resort pet friendly?
Barnsley Resort provides amenities and experiences guests and their pets can enjoy together. Pet friendly accommodations are available in the standard room cottages with a $150 per stay pet fee required, or in the multi-bedroom cottages with a $250 per stay pet fee required. Book two nights on the Pampered Pets for PAWs special and we will waive the pet fee for you, donating the value to PAWs Atlanta, a no kill shelter.
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How far is Barnsley Resort from Atlanta?
Barnsley Resort is about one hour north of Atlanta off I-75.

What is there to do at Barnsley Resort?
A variety of experiences are available from award-winning golf, shooting sports at the Beretta Shooting Grounds by High Adventure Company, spa treatments, horseback riding, hiking, dining, canoeing and much more!

When do the lights go up for the holidays and how much do they cost?
The holiday season will begin the night before Thanksgiving with the Lighting of the Ruins. Parking passes are available for this event for off property visitors (non Members) for $50 per car and must purchased in advance. From Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day, special holiday garden fees apply of
Holiday Garden Admission: $20
Children (ages 5-12): $10
Children Under 5: Complimentary

Is Barnsley open to the public?
Barnsley Resort is open to the public. You do not have to be an overnight guest to enjoy dining, spa treatments, golf or other activities. The resort property including hiking trails along with access to the Manor House Ruins, gardens and Museum are included in the Garden Fees.

Your well-being is our highest priority.
Face coverings are required in all indoor public areas effective Wednesday, August 5. To learn more about our Health & Sanitation Program,
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