Clayton Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Ideal getaway for relaxation and exploration! Secluded but close to all the fun!
$100 off July and August week rentals! Rent three days and get additional days half price!!
Cool off in the hammock while listening to our waterfall! Jet Ski on nearby Lake Burton! Explore the falls and trails of the Tallulah River next door. Great place for couples, families, and friends to get away from it all! Secluded and private but fifteen minutes away from the shops, restaurants and groceries of downtown Clayton.
Come share our gorgeous craftsman timber frame home. The soaring great room features a granite stone fireplace, stainless steel kitchen, Wifi and Bluray, a love seat by the fire, and recliners with bookcases. There are three bedrooms, a master on main, and two guest rooms upstairs, in addition to a pullout sofa in the great room. We have pillowtop mattress covers, and high quality linens. The waterfall is audible from the master suite, and the private gas fireplace is cozy in the winter.
There are two and a half baths. Outside find a wrap-a-round deck, a cozy hammock, a fire pit, a gas grill, and lots of seating. Then explore the creek and waterfall. Once at the creek, relax on the observation deck. Comfortably sleeps nine.
The great room features two story windows throughout with views of National Forest. The master suite features a queen sized bed, gas fireplace, spacious closet and large custom tiled jetted bath. Upstairs find a spacious bunk room that sleeps three with room for more on air mattresses, a guest room with a queen sized bed, and a full bath. The pullout sofa in the Great Room is perfect for teens. Outside grill out on the deck, or just nap in the hammock.
Specific amenities include central air and heat, ceiling fans throughout, stainless steel kitchen appliances, gas grill, outdoor seating, washer/dryer, good cellphone reception, wi-fi, a Bluray player, a large flat parking pad, and a second deck above the creek near the waterfall. Timbered steps lead down fern strewn slopes to the National Forest that adjoins the lot.
We have hosted wedding parties, book clubs, family getaways, book clubs, Little League teams, romantic getaways, even guests who have stayed a month or more!
Our guests horseback ride, whitewater raft, zipline, browse, work puzzles, cook amazing meals, boat and swim in Lake Burton, and explore the forests and waterfalls adjacent to the property. We provide a canoe, and lots of outdoor toys for little ones. They may even find crawdads in the creek! And don't forget the fly fishing next door. It is some of the best in the state.
We are popular for holiday rentals and relaxation. Our guests are escaping the heat of Florida and places closer by. We are an ideal meeting point for families split by the Georgia border. Within two hours you can reach our home from Tennessee, SC, NC, Alabama, and Atlanta.
Guests who stay a week enjoy rafting, boating, hiking, sidetrips to Highlands, Helen, and Dilliard, in addition to ziplining, and horseback riding.
We are five munites from:
Camp High Harbour
Lake Burton grocery
Farm to table Dining
We are 15 minutes from:
Local festivals in Clayton (lots! check the web!)
Appalachian and Bartram Hiking trails
Moccasin Creek State Park
Black Rock Mountain State Park
Hemlock Falls trail
Within an hour you can be in:
Dillard (all you can eat country cooking)
Helen (the best of Bavaria..in Georgia)
the Tallulah Gorge--don't miss the semi annual kayak events!
Highlands, NC (bring your wallet)
Halfway down the Chatooga River --some of the best whitewater rafting in the South!
Some of our guests never get in their cars to leave the property! They sunbath, grill, and snooze! They hike, birdwatch and find waterfalls. They watch Netflix and work puzzles, make popcorn and burn firewood. It is a cozy place.
We hope you will join us here!
- wheelchair accessible
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets considered
Mark and Melissa Smith reside in Tucker, Georgia and take advantage of staying in the mountains whenever possible.
Private and secluded handcrafted custom timberframe home nestled in forest, yet with quick access to mountain adventures. Five acre lot, with no visible neighbors. Adjoins National Forest, yet easy to access via paved driveway off a private road. The Lake Burton area caters to the wealthy -- stay in our house with all the amentities for a fraction of the cost of lakefront properties. You can have your boat on the water in no time with the public ramp just five miles away on Plum Orchard Road. On our property enjoy trail heads to the Tallulah River and Wildlife Management Area.
We are not a cookie cutter development. Private waterfall and deck on creek. Fly fishing and lake fun five minutes away. Camp High Harbour is next door. Marina rentals, horseback, ziplining are all within easy reach. Dilliard House and stables, Highlands, NC and Helen, GA are all an hour or less away. Sautee River Pottery is close by as is the Tallulah River Gorge and it crystal blue pools. Great kitchen for special vacation meals and restaurants in Clayton for when you don't want to cook.
Jumping off point for many options to enjoy the northeast Georgia mountains. Small waterfall on property. Private high quality handcrafted home. Guests tell us the warmth and intimacy of the home is unique. It was built by a backpacking homebuilder with attention to craftmanship, whose wife is a biologist interested in enjoying and preserving wildlife. The timber and granite is all locally sourced. The decor is personal, not generic. It is a place to build memories, and then return and build more. It is intimate yet accessible. Guests tend to have adventures, then retreat to our wooded seclusion to reccharge before setting forth for another adventure.
Details: Two hours will get you here from four states, not including Georgia. Atlanta is a also two hours away. Five miles from front door to the Tallulah River boat access to Lake Burton. Right next door to best fly fishing in Georgia. Ten miles to Clayton Main Street folk art gallery, and a good private book store. Many nearby venues for hiking, dining and horseback riding.