|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
When you enter the doors of Narnia, you leave your worries and stress behind and settle into this comfortable, serene cabin with incredible views of the Appalachian Mountains from both decks. Located on a maintained mountain dirt road at about 2400 feet, you are near whitewater rivers, lakes, hiking, biking, train rides, and quaint NC, TN and GA mountain towns.
Entering into the main area, you find the open living, dining and kitchen area filled with natural light and a wood burning fireplace for those cold winter days and fall and spring nights. The mountain views are constantly changing as you sit on the decks in the regular and hammock chairs. The decks are peaceful places to get lost in a good book or craft project, or just sit and listen to the native birds. The Main bedroom, with it's Queen-size bed and the full bathroom, with its tub shower, complete the main floor.
Going downstairs finds you in a second family room with a sleeper sofa, multi-purpose game table (foosball, mini-ping pong, etc), a second bedroom with Queen-size bed and additional full bathroom with shower. The fully stocked laundry room is also on this floor.
Just a little over 2 hours from Atlanta, Chattanooga, and Asheville, you will find Narnia a great mountain retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Keywords: cabin, mountain views, outdoor activities, fishing, rafting, hiking, golfing, Cherokee, Ocoee, Nantahala
This was my second time staying at Narnia. Absolutely love the view and the peace and quiet. The cabin is so comfortable and clean with everything you need. It feels just like home.Susie is a great host also.Can't wait to come back!!
My first stay at Narnia and it was without a doubt one of the best views around, the cabin was very clean and more than amply stocked for myself, loved the skylights in the living room, didn't even need the lights on during the day, since I was the only one staying I never used the downstairs, except to wash and dry clothes on the last day, but it would be perfect for a family or two couples, it has a separate entrance to the downstairs, so one could enter that area and not disturb the upper level, has a grill on the deck with amazing views of the valley and mountains in the background. Susie was awesome.
This was my 2nd stay at Narnia and I loved it as much as the 1st. It sits at the top of a mountain and the view is to the East, so prepare yourself for some gorgeous sunrises! There are two floors with a bathroom on each allowing some privacy if you are in a family or group. It is a well stocked cabin and Susie went out of her way to help me find a local person to assist me in my load-in at John C. Campbell. Very hospitable! The furniture is comfortable, the beds are great and the kitchen is well stocked. Although I was there for business, I think this would be a fabulous get-away for many different travelers.
The road kept climbing and turning with each breathtaking view better than the last. The timing was perfect for enjoying the colors in the woods. When we opened the door we were instantly awed. The first thing we saw was the breathtaking view. Words don't do it justice. The upper deck is reached by a sliding glass door. The living area,kitchen and dining nook are all open to the view.
I could write a book, but I'll just give the hi lights. The cabin was emmaculately clean and well stocked with everything but food. The finished lower level has another sitting/game room and it's own bedroom and bath. And a deck of its own.
Back upstairs you can cuddle around a cozy fire or grill a fine meal on the outdoor grill.
If you are looking for a quiet romantic getaway, this is it. You will not want to leave
We enjoyed shopping Muphy and meeting lots of people, found a beautiful waterfall nearby and of course toured the John C Campbell Folk School. Some great artists in brass town.
Everything about the cabin and area was just as described and booking our reservations couldn't have been easierCan't wait to go back to Narnia -- maybe in the Spring.
Thank you Susie for sharing your "home".
The cabin was very clean and comfortable. The best thing about the cabin was the mountain views. It was breath taking. Even though there were other cabins close by it was very qiuet and peaceful. We would definitly stay again. The only negative thing about our stay was having to find somewhere to bring our garbage. The directions told us to bring it to a dumbster on old Murphy road, but we did not know and could not find where old Murphy road was.
* 30 minutes from the John C. Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, NC - a renown non-competitive adult learning school which offers classes in craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing. https://www.folkschool.org/
* 20 – 25 minutes from downtown Murphy, the county seat - you’ll find coffee shops, restaurants, library, museum, shops, and more - http://townofmurphync.com/.
* You're in the midst of top-notch white water rivers – Nantahala (one hour), Ocoee (30 minutes), Chattooga, Hiawassee and others.
* And if rafting, canoeing or kayaking doesn’t interest you; there is swimming, boating and jet skiing at area lakes - Nottely, Hiawassee and Chatuge.
* Other nearby activities include: biking, hiking (Appalachian Trial and other trails), horseback riding, golf, gem mining, concerts, plays, local and regional festivals, flea markets and wineries.
* Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest.
* 2+ hours from Asheville
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2 night minimum stay
10% discount on lodging fee for returning guests.
Presently, payment is by check or wire transfer only.
1/2 payment deposit due with booking and is fully refundable up to 4 weeks before booking date. Full payment due 2 weeks prior to booking date.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.