We are offering a simple, clean, nor frills cabin for you to relax and enjoy all there is to do in our Great Smoky Mountains. The cabin is located in an easily accessible private wooded setting between Bryson City and Robbinsville, NC.
The upper floor has vaulted ceilings with windows and sliding glass doors looking out onto the sundeck with views of the woods and mountains. Two bedrooms and a full bath are located on this level. The bedrooms have one double and one queen size bed. Bedding and towels are furnished. The kitchen is equipped with all you need to cook and eat. The lower level has a queen size sleeper couch, a half bath, and a laundry room. A large sundeck is also located off of the lower level.
The cabin has central air conditioning, baseboard heat and a wood stove. Satellite TV with basic programming, WIFI, high speed internet, a DVD player with some movies, and Netflix are available. Satellite TV is not available during the summer month due to the amount and height of the surrounding trees.All else is available.
Due to the high and large decks we discourage you from bringing young children. We believe it not to be safe for them. We except children form 10 years old and up.
We will accept a small to medium size dog if he or she is house trained and you have a crate to leave the pet in if left alone during your visit. This is also a nonsmoking rental. Visitors can smoke outside of the cabin.
Nearby year-round recreational activities include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, white water rafting, boating, swimming, kayaking, zip lining, fishing, tubing, and skiing. The are also numerous arts and crafts festival throughout the area. Nearby attractions include: Stecoah Valley Artisans and Entertainment Center , the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Appalachian Trail, Fontana Lake with three marinas, Fontana Dam, the Nantahala River and Gorge, the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Cherahala Skyway, the Tail-of-the-Dragon, Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest, Lake Santeela, the Cherokee Indian Reservation, Maggie Valley, Harrahs Cherokee Casino, the Great Smoky Mountains Scenic Railroad, and waterfalls galore.+ More