Very authentic lodge style and reasonably priced bunk house, built by a former advertising executive for Field&Stream and Outdoor Life Magazines for entertaining clients. You won't find a better deal for the dollar, that's a promise. It's like being in a lodge in Alaska or Montana!
This great little bunkhouse/lodge sits directly across a small road from the shores of Lake Santeetlah. Visitors here will enjoy a lake and mountain view and a dock for their private use in the middle of 12 private acres with over 500ft of lake frontage. Pontoon boats are available for rent - or trailer your own.
The bunkhouse has limited common living space indoors and is geared for folks who will spend their time enjoying all that the area has to offer and has a wonderful ground level covered porch with a rock lined fire pit and BBQ grill.
There are lots of nearby trails or head down the road to Joyce Kilmer to see one of the oldest growth forests in the east. A simple walk around the lake at East Buffalo is a good workout. A couple of cruiser bicycles are available upon your request.
There are two sets of cozy bunk beds in one bedroom, and a queen bed with another set of bunk beds in the other bedroom.
For entertaining all, there is a good supply of board games and a very large handmade dining table to accommodate everyone. There is a DVD player, stereo with IPOD plug in and in/out speakers. No TV/no phone for your maximum enjoyment!
The kitchen is simple, but a great spot to prepare a delicious meal with fresh fruits and vegetables from Stoney Hollow Farm just up the road.
If you are a kayaker or rafter... the area boasts the Nantahala a little way down the road and the Cheoah for Class IV and V literally a hop, skip, and jump. If you are a bicyclist, Tsali can't be beat. Or check in to see what challenges Nantahala Outdoor Center is offering.
If you need to hit the road, may we recommend the challenging Tail of the Dragon or Cherohala Skyway which heads into Tennessee and rivals the Blue Ridge Parkway with every vista.
Want to take a craft class or some evening entertainment? Check out Stecoah or even John C. Campbell in Brasstown.
The number one reason to visit the bunkhouse is the incomparably beautiful Lake Santeetlah. Surrounded by Nantahala National Forest, Santeetlah offers calm. And great fishing, year round!
Want a guided fishing trip? Just let us know.
Keywords: Cabin, Bunkhouse, Lakehouse
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