That was what his neighbors called Moses Harshaw, builder of what is now known as the Stovall House. 181 years later, we are still making up for his transgressions by being the "nicest place to stay in the North Georgia Mountains".
Our beautiful 1837 farmhouse is full of art, antiques and history. Situated on a hilltop in the Sautee Valley, the Stovall House has been an integral part of the community for generations. From providing rest and respite and hosting events in more recent years to nursing wounds as a doctor's office in the early 1900's Stovall House has been a sustaining presence in the Sautee community.
Every direction offers an expansive view of layered mountains and fields. The yard is alive with old trees and heirloom plantings. New beds of butterfly and bird attracting plants have been added. In the summer, the lavender lined front walk welcomes visitors into the restorative experience that awaits them.
Customer service is of the utmost importance to us. When you are here, you are part of our family. Whether you are planning a one day event or staying for a week, your time here will be a unique and memorable experience. We look forward to serving you.