Bostic Cabin Rental Photos and Description
4 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and Sleeps 10
Built in 2007, Smokey's Den includes 4 bedrooms with 3 full bathrooms and will sleep up to 10 people comfortably. This three level lodge with 3,989 sq.ft. of indoor living and 1,000 sq.ft. of deck space, is great for the perfect family getaway. Smokey's Den has a rustic finish, with knotty pine floors and tongue and groove ceilings. Smokey's Den is privately owned as a family retreat and was built with the purpose of escaping to the beauty, privacy and serenity of western North Carolina Mountains. There are two levels of decks and three floors, each with at least one bedroom and a full bathroom. There are two large screen TV's each with a DVD and VHS, a combination pool table/ air hockey table, and wireless internet access for your laptops. The Lodge is fully stocked with linens, cooking utensils, air conditioning. We hope your stay at Smokey's Den will have great memories for your family albums.
On the top floor there are two bedrooms. One is private with a Queen Size bed. The other is open with a double and single bunk bed. The loft has a double futon. The main level features a master bedroom with a king size bed, which we call the Bear Room. The remaining bedroom is located in the basement, which has a queen size bed. This room is called the Fish Room. Both the basement and first floor levels have french doors which open to breath taking views from the decks.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
Guestbook comments from the owner
We spent a lovely week at Smokey’s last summer. It seemed magical to have driven only an hour west from the hustle bustle of Charlotte airport to the tranquil countryside of quaint small (and I mean tiny) towns and rolling foothills. It was clearly another world, and the lush, park like setting of the area surrounding the cabin was absolutely tranquil.The term log cabin is used loosely, since this is a spacious house with many bedrooms and three separate interior spaces for gathering. Upon entering the house we had a breathtaking view of the valley and mountains stretching towards the west through the vaulted ceilings and multitude of floor to ceiling windows. You got the sense that you were surrounded by nature, and yet it was also warm and cozy from all the lovely wood and comfortable furnishings. We loved the kitchen – open and accessible to surrounding spaces so we could cook and visit at the same time, and with plenty of room for many chefs. The dining table was our favorite hang out and we spent time lingering around the very large table after many meals.The downstairs area is the perfect place for teens or in our case - a couple that wants some privacy – there is a massive den that is perfect for hanging out, watching TV, playing board games and when the pool table comes – shooting some billiards. The bedroom down there is nice and isolated, with it’s own bathroom and a lovely view of the surrounding mountains. And of course the décor is absolutely charming (to my husband who loves fishing!)But the hidden gem was the upstairs area with a separate bedroom, sitting room, bathroom and bunk beds. It was a lovely little hideaway for reading a book, gazing out the windows and stashing our friends who came to visitAnd the surrounding area was a pleasure to explore – I spent time everyday walking (actually hiking is more like it) around the cabin neighborhood, taking in nature and getting a good workout. And we explored the local state park – which proved to be very entertaining – lots of trials, varying degrees of incline and activities (fishing, exploring, marked trials with description of local fauna, critters and history). We also visited the many small towns (generous term) – it was like stepping back in time to a simpler era and people were incredibly friendly and food was great. All in all, one of the most relaxing vacations I have ever had! Thanks Smokey’s!!!!John and StefaniSan Francisco, CAJuly 4th week