Waynesville Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 3 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
Location, location, location!
3 bedroom, 3-1/2 bath vacation home located in Waynesville/Maggie Valley area. Two of the bedrooms are on main level- good for those with limited mobility! Each bedroom has its own bathroom.
Beautiful long range mountain views from living/dining areas and both decks. You can enjoy the view while relaxing in the hot tub, rocking in one of the rockers or swinging. After some serious relaxing, you may be ready to go inside and challenge your family to a few games of pool!
The house is at 3250 feet elevation ... high enough to be cool in the summer, but low enough to be accessible during the winter. Easy paved road access.
Hardwood floors throughout main level.
About 10 min from I-40, yet the house is shielded by mountains from the sight and sound of any major highway. It's peaceful.
10-15 min drive to charming Waynesville, Maggie Valley, and Lake Junaluska. 20 min to Blue Ridge Parkway entrance.
Nearby Things to do-
Biltmore Estate, Asheville is only 30 min away.
Cataloochee Ranch & Ski Resort (20min),
Smoky Mountain Nat’l Park, Cherokee, Harrah’s Casino
View Elk herd in historic Cataloochee Valley
Plenty of hiking trails
Several golf courses open to public: Maggie Valley Club, Waynesville Inn Golf Resort and Spa (27holes), Lake Junaluska, Iron Tree Golf Course
Beautiful drives on Blue Ridge Pkwy
Enjoy Autumn season in the mountains- Plenty of fall festivals, spectacular leaf change.
One week minimum stay.
Keywords: Mountain Cabin, Chalet, vacation home
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
About Nancy Skiles
We live in Goshen, KY, near Louisville, KY.
Nancy Skiles purchased this cabin in 2008
Why Nancy Skiles chose Waynesville
We fell in love with this area while celebrating many August wedding anniversaries in the coolness of the mountains. It's just a beautiful place to be.
What makes this cabin unique
We could overwhelm you with a long list of our favorites, but there's already enough literature out there about the North Carolina Mountains, and we found that part of our enjoyment of this area is making our own discoveries. Have fun making yours too!