The Lookout Tower at Selah Ridge overlooks the breathtaking North Georgia Appalachian Mountains. Located in Ringgold, Georgia, it stands 35 feet tall, and sits on 16 acres of private property. Minutes from some of Georgia's best wineries and desirable hiking, whitewater, and other fun scenic activities in Chattanooga and Tennessee Valley.
Upon arrival, a luggage lift will whisk your belongings to the top deck. There are three levels. On the ground level, practice your putting skills on the putting green, or take a relaxing dip in the hot tub.
The first platform is a full entertainment space. Enjoy movies under the stars courtesy of the Nebula projector and giant screen while relaxing on a handcrafted swing bed. It also includes an outdoor kitchen and grill. Pick fresh greens for your salad from our hydroponic farm stand.
On the top platform, a king-size bed with a five-star memory foam mattress and comfy down alternative pillows awaits. The wraparound windows provide perfect views of stunning sunrises and sunsets. A coffee nook is perfect for grabbing your morning cup-o’-joe. The kitchenette includes a Smeg mini fridge, microwave, and coffeemaker. An indoor bathroom is also included in the living quarters, to save you from running downstairs to find the nearest tree. Speaking of trees, shower among the treetops in the outdoor shower, which has become a guest favorite.
The Lookout Tower at Selah Ridge is the perfect place to relax, recharge, and refocus. Won’t you come join us?
Parking & facilities
Accessible 24/7, Elevator in building, Pets not allowed , Smoking not allowed
Kitchen & dining
Gas BBQ, Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Grill, Kitchenette, Microwave , Refrigerator
Bathroom & laundry
Hair dryer, Essentials, Shower, Towel set , Bathtub
Heating & cooling
Air conditioning, Ceiling fans, Fireplace , Heating available
Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher , First aid kit
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
Check in: 04:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Daniel and April have been going on adventures as soon as they got married. Taking a risk and stepping down from their nine to five lives, they built their first home in South Georgia with close family and friends. They moved their 208 square foot tiny home from South Georgia to North Georgia placing it on a 260 acre farm. With a home that small, they've enjoyed learning the secret of living large in small spaces.
Excited for the next adventure, they found a nearby property that radiates the natural beauty of the mountains. The aptly named Selah Ridge became the perfect setting to build a retreat. Working off the beaten path, Daniel and April have now built a treehouse, greenhouse, and are knee deep in the lookout tower in hopes that they serve as a place of rest and tranquility for their guests. Inspired by their love of creation, they seek to cultivate places where others can pause, rest, and reflect on the beauty of life.