Barnsley Resort Welcomes Guests Back for Summer

3,000-Acre Resort Offers Ultimate Southern Retreat Starting June 12, 2020

USA, Adairsville, Georgia. June 15, 2020

Georgia's award-winning Barnsley Resort reopens on Friday, June 12, 2020. This charming getaway welcomes travelers back with a renewed Health and Sanitation Program, ample outdoor programming, and "Freedom to Savor Summer" offer for outdoor exploration all summer long.

As the resort reopens, the health and safety of its guests, club members, and colleagues are the utmost priority. To ensure peace of mind for all, an enhanced Health & Sanitation Program is in place in accordance with the safety measures and guidelines set forth by the CDC, Georgia guidelines, local health authorities and leading hospitality organizations such as the American Hotel & Lodging Association, Georgia Hotel & Lodging Association National Restaurant Association and others. Highlights include reduced capacity and a reservations-only system for dining at Woodlands Grill, thorough sanitation throughout all 150 guest rooms, restaurants and common areas, social distancing practices, as well as minimal contact during check-in and check-out services, among others. The complete plan can be found at www.barnsleyresort.com/welcome.

This summer, guests are welcome to enjoy elevated Southern cuisine at the recently renovated Woodlands Grill as well as dine at the al fresco Beer Garden with its new pizza oven, along with enhanced take-out dining. When it's time to play, guests have the lay of the land to explore and can soak in nature's beauty through UTV rides and sporting clays at the Beretta Shooting Grounds, horseback riding, canoeing, trails for hiking and biking, catch-and-release fishing, fly fishing lessons, access to the Manor House Ruins and Gardens and more. The 18-hole Jim Fazio course and Golf Performance Center are also currently open. Some resort amenities are slated to open at a later date including The Spa and Rice House restaurant.

"Connecting with nature has always been at the center of every experience at Barnsley Resort, and now, more than ever, we're pleased to serve as a remote destination where travelers can escape for some rest, relaxation, and outdoor adventure," said David Friederich, President, Barnsley Resort. "With thousands of acres and 150 guest rooms, Barnsley Resort is naturally poised to offer an outdoor escape with room to explore. Since the resort's 39 individual cottages offer private accommodations with multiple bedroom options, a truly secluded respite is just a short drive away."

Those seeking a destination to unplug and relax this summer are encouraged to take advantage of the new "Freedom to Savor Summer" offer. Available for stays through September 3, 2020, the package includes overnight accommodations in either the Inn or a cottage, breakfast for two at Woodlands Grill, and $100 resort credit per night to use toward any of the resort's plethora of outdoor experiences. For more information or to book, visit www.BarnsleyResort.com or call (877) 773-2447.


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