Joseph Caylor… Tucked away in Northeast Georgia near the Tugaloo River just outside Toccoa, this historic site is truly a 19th century gem. The historic inn and plantation was built at a time when a very busy thoroughfare, the Unicoi Turnpike was established in the early 1800s. This road over the Appalachian served many travelers, and Traveler's Rest was built to accommodate them. For a 19th century building, I was in awe of the sheer workmanship of how it was constructed before the age of power tools. Once you visit this 6,000 square foot stagecoach inn, you too will be swept away to a more simple, yet rugged time in our history.