Chateau Elan Winery and Resort
Escape to the rolling vineyards and wooded forests of Chateau Elan, North Georgia's premier destination resort.
Chateau Elan Resort offers an array of accommodations, including inn rooms and suites, spa suites, and villas. Customizable packages are available to create the perfect getaway.
Tastings & Tours
Chateau Elan Winery is one of the largest and most awarded wineries on the East Coast, and it offers a selection of more than 30 wines, from locally made muscadine wine to the premium Fingerprint Collection. Under the direction of Chief Winemaker Simone Bergese, Chateau Elan Winery has won over 300 awards at wine competitions worldwide. You will soon discover that Chateau Elan's wines are hand-crafted with love and care.
From the French-inspired showpiece to an old-world speakeasy to a Southern-influenced chophouse, Chateau Elan is North Georgia’s premier destination for dining. The on-property restaurants and bars offer a culinary tour across the globe, guided by a team of chefs and sommeliers who share a passion for excellence.
Few golf destinations possess the beauty and variety of Chateau Elan Golf Club’s 45 holes of championship golf. From the rolling Georgia hills of the Woodlands greens to the serene valley lakes that distinguish the Chateau’s fairways, its two 18-hole courses and Executive Par 3 course are unique in character and design.
Members and guests enjoy access to three signature courses, driving range, private lessons, golf club, restaurant, and more. And the Stay and Play package fits golfers to a tee.
Experience an immersive escape at the Spa at Chateau Elan. Encased in North Georgia woodlands, the spa is a serene and inviting sanctuary where innovative treatments, indoor and outdoor fitness classes, and mindful dining come together in the pursuit of total wellness.
Activities & Events
Regardless of the season, Chateau Elan offers countless activities and adventures to fill any itinerary. Wellness, exploration, fitness, rejuvenation — it's all within reach at our North Georgia escape.