In winter of 2011 the cabin received a new facelift upgrading the interior finishes and adding more modern amenities to make your adventure not just comfortable, but luxurious and of course, memorable. The upstairs bathroom is clad in natural slate tile while the warm natural waters of the rain shower stir up the scents of the cedar ceiling.
The bedrooms are generously sized with plentiful storage, rustic furnishings and historical photos which evoke memories of the Nantahala of old. Luxurious duvets will keep you warm on those cold wintry nights while the windows allow you to catch glimpses of the wonderful lake.
Downstairs the cozy atmosphere is reinforced by the roaring open fire and comforting leather seating while the large hickory dining table is great place for the whole family to enjoy a meal while reflecting on the view and the days' activities on the lake.
The well appointed kitchen contains all of the modern amenities hidden within antler handled cabinets and the water supply is second to none. Outside, the front porch is equipped with rocking chairs from which you can lazily watch the water ripples on the lake and even catch glimpses of the majestic bald eagle soaring lazily in the ever-changing skies. Wherever you are in our cabin you simply cannot escape the wonderful panoramic views of Lake Nantahala.
Luxurious Amenties Include:
Large, welcoming entrance hall
Large, slate clad rain shower
Luxury soft towels
Warming towel spa
Washing & Dryer machines
Dual marble vessel sinks
Two Luxurious Bedrooms
Stunning lake views
Comfortable, King/Queen beds with luxurious supersoft Egyptian cotton bed linens & pillows
Large storage closets & rustic furniture
Reflection corner with comfortable chair, table & view
Tailor to your own comfort with openable windows, fans & thermostat controls
Telephone, Television & DVD player
Large billowing leather chairs
Large bay window with panoramic views to lake
Grand open fireplace finished in Nantahala River rock
Unique & historic furnishings
Television, Dish Network, & DVD player with a selection of DVD'sHighSpeed Internet
Under-stair storage with fans & a selection of cabin themed toys & games for our younger guests
Large hickory dining table with room for 8 people
Large bay window with panoramic lake views
Porch & Yard access
Gas oven & stove with large variety of cookware
Large fridge freezer for all your supplies with ice trays
Dual sink with double flitered water & great views
Coffee maker, crockpots, microwave
Cozy soaking tub perfect after a day on the ski slopes
Porch with comfortable wooden rockers & great views
Large decked area with benches great for a social gathering
Charcoal grill for those warm summer cook-outs
Good size grassed area for summer games or a bonfire in the fire ring at 'Sunset Point' looking west across the lake
A short walk away is our fantastic lake dock great for relaxing in the sun, swimming from or docking your boat at the end of a day exploring
Canoes - feel free to explore the lake close up using our 2 large explorer canoes
Other Amenities include:
Twin fold out bed with comfortable bed linens and pillows
Inflatable queen air-mattress with electric pump and all the associated bed linens and pillows.
A selection of firewood and kindling for those cooler days and nights.
The house is equipped with baseboard heating which is thermostatically controlled throughout the house.
e a dock and there is pontoon rental at the marina about a mile away. Firepit at cabin.
There is another company that will rent and deliver to the cabin by the day or week jet skis at a rate of about $100 $120 a day. Mountain Watersports 1374 Hwy 76 West Suite A, Hiawassee, Georgia 30546 706-435-0697 firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a canoe for use at the dock. Four life jackets are at the cabin. The Bartram trail http://www.nchikes.com/content/north+carolina+bartram+trail/20835 entrance is about a fourth mile and connects to the Appalachian Trail.
Whitewater rafting is an easy 20 minute drive to NOC http://www.noc.com/. The famous Tail of the Dragon route entrance is a beautiful drive about 30 miles away in Robbinsville. http://www.noc.com/ . Cherokee Indian Reservation http://www.westernncattractions.com/cherres.htm and the Great Smoky Mountain Railway http://www.gsmr.com/ are also within a short drive.
For antiquing go to the towns of Dillsboro, Franklin, Wayneville and Bryson City. Groceries in Andrews is closest. (about 15 miles). In the summer there is a local small grocery and two lake diners.