Brevard Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Spacious lodge style elegance, 3 beds, 2 baths, 2 story ceilings, sleeps 6
Come and tour our 'Land of Waterfalls'! Area attractions include our Blue Ridge Mountain Parkway, Biltmore Mansion, rafting-kayaking-fishing down the French Broad and Davidson rivers and lakes Jocassee and Toxaway. Children will enjoy our Cradle of Forestry and the Fish Hatchery! Check out many premier biking and hiking trails in our seven state parks including Gorges, Pisgah, Dupont, Caesars Head, Natahala, Great Smoky Mountain, and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Brevard and Asheville offer shops and antiquing, restaurants, seasonal festivals, and more.
The log cabin has two bedrooms, two baths, a loft with a futon, an open two story sitting room, separate dining and kitchen, and an open two story sun room/den. The large sun room is marked with a 20 foot stacked river rock fireplace (from our stream) seen through the 10 windows facing your approach to the property. The interior reflects a lodge style with custom Idaho log bed frames and antique furnishings. WIFI too! Brevard 17 mls, Sapphire 12 mls, Rosman 8 mls...
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- wheelchair accessible
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
About Stacy Stephens
Michael and Stacy are the owners of this one-of-a-kind log cabin situated south of the Blue Ridge parkway overlooking Lake Jocassee. We are both classical musicians which we enjoy now primarily as a hobby. Michael a professional flutist for 20 years and Stacy an opera singer for the past 12 years. We enjoy the outdoors and the beauty of the land surrounding the cabin and Brevard. Stacy spends most of her time in the garden fussing about and Michael with a honey do list...
Stacy Stephens purchased this cabin in 2002
Why Stacy Stephens chose Brevard
When we first drove onto the bridge and saw the cabin and its environs we went crazy. It really is a story book setting and hard to photograph. The sound of the water falling and moving is never ending - almost like sitting next to the ocean. When we are there the rest of the world is gone and the peace of the landscape inhabits our minds and beings. Brooksong is its own little secluded world.
What makes this cabin unique
What is unique is the water, seclusion, and the beauty of the log cabin itself. The interior is warm and inviting. Many furnishings are antique, unique, and some made by Stacy and her 84 yr old shop teacher friend Walter. Rooms are spacious with three rooms for gathering - 24x16 double vaulted ceiling sun room with 10 windows, a double vaulted ceiling den next to the dining room and kitchen, as well as a loft with a desk and log bed futon. The covered deck is also large and a great place to eat, relax, or to watch the rain feed the waterfall and streams.
Guestbook comments from the owner
We are prepared to depart from Brooksong physically, but emotionally
we will be here for a few more days! What a wonderful retreat for the
brothers and sisters-in-law this has been.