Tellico Plains Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 4 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 3 Baths, (Sleeps 8)
Imagine you are driving down the winding road, miles from traffic lights, miles from the office, miles from the hassles of everyday life. As you pass through the gates of T-Lea Farm, you are entering Seventy-three acres of country paradise.
Usually there is Apple Pie with Ice Cream in the Freezers, as well as All the ingredients for S'mores to have at fire.... Adults, there is brandy on the counter for a warm fire evening.
Soothing Views from deck that wraps around the cabin overlook mountains and our pastures. The sunset is breathtaking as you prepare a meal on the grill.The horses graze while you take it all in. Serenity Awaits as you pass through our hay fields where a graveyard sits from the settlers of the 1800's. As you continue on, you will see our five-stall horse barn and pastures that hold Sterling, Saphire and Goldie, our precious horses. They love carrots and apples; you can stroll down from the cabin and visit them as often as you want.
Luxury is what you will find as you enter our three-bedroom cabin. The master guestroom is on the highest level, with a king bed, and a private restroom. The other guest rooms consist of Queen beds and a main bath on the same floor; one with a down comforter, the other with a feather bed. Cozy and comforting.
Keywords: Cabin, Motel, Hostel, Farm, Rental, Home, House,
- Events Allowed
- wheelchair accessible
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- pets considered
- non smoking only
- children welcome
My fiance' and I bought this farm as a place to go and have dreams come true. We live in Fort Lauderdale, FL and each of us operate a family owned business, Bobcat dealership and a sport fishing charter company. We love to visit our farm every few months and escape this crazy city life. We live our dream while visiting this amazing slice of heaven.
When we visited some of the local towns of Southeast Tennessee, we were directed to Tellico Plains, where we stumbled on to this property. Once we drove through the gates, all we needed was a pen. There was no doubt that this is where we wanted to visit and share with others for many years to come.
While staying at T Lea farm, you will hear practically nothing. It is so serene and romantic. There are lots of mountains and trails to explore. There are streams around the property and fun to watch them flow. While sitting on the deck of the cabin, the horses will roam the pastures in front of you, watching them run is a special treat when they feel the need. There is also a cemetary from the 1800's where some of the first settlers lived.