Very roomy, clean and expertly decorated cabin. Both front and back porches were huge, and the back porch is completely covered so it is nice to sit back and just chill and watch the creek flow (and the rain come down - it rained most days we were there). The bedrooms are all nicely furnished with VERY comfortable mattresses and nice high quality bedding. Plenty of extra blankets too. No cell service whatsoever at the cabin, but the Wi-Fi signal was strong and there's a land line for making local calls for reservations, etc. The gas grill on the back porch is compact but was excellent for burgers and dogs, and we even grilled fish and chicken too. Cabin is located on the only through road in that area so there is some traffic, but the rushing creek's pleasant 'white noise' covers any traffic sounds - plus cabin is very well insulated. Heed the rental agent's warning about bringing in groceries with you when you first arrive!! It is a deadly serious, long and winding mountain road drive in any of three possible directions to get to any commercial business other than a small convenience store. You'd do well to plan ahead and bring your groceries and any other needed supplies with you unless you're into dare-devil switchbacks and hairpin turns. The area is very beautiful and Hot Springs is just the cutest little town (though it's 16 miles from the cabin, accessed only via one of those aforementioned mountain roads). Just a head's up, Hot Springs has no chain restaurants, grocery stores or other national brand anything except a Dollar General store, so if you do need to get supplies it'd be best to head into Asheville instead. If you want peace, quiet and beautiful surroundings with a well-cared-for cabin you can't go wrong with this place!! I give it 5 Stars!
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