A quiet retreat in a lovely cabin!
My husband and I celebrated our 9th anniversary here and we can't say enough good things about this place! We felt at home in the cabin and really enjoyed relaxing on the porch while taking in the view of the woods, especially in the mornings with coffee.. It is a hidden gem and you do feel secluded. The owner was very helpful and the cabin was equipped with delicious breakfast foods (oatmeal, cereal, waffle/pancake mix, muffins, butter, , eggs) as well as lots of other common cooking items. I highly recommend trying out the waffle maker. Well stocked kitchen with the essentials. We used the grill as well and enjoyed that. The cabin also had a lot of toiletry items which was helpful because I accidentally left my toiletry bag at home and didn't have to replace too many things. There is a Bluetooth player in the living area that I was able to hook my phone up to and listen to a local Asheville station which played mostly bluegrass which we enjoyed immensely. We went to Table Rock park one day (5 min away)and hiked the foothills trail. We're going to go kayaking at Devils Fork the next day but honestly just enjoyed relaxing so much at the cabin that we didn't do that. Went into Greenville one night (30-40 min away) to meet friends and ate at The Trappe Door (very good). We had a great time and can't wait to come back!!!!!
Hidden Gem - Privacy, Tranquility