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It's time for winter reservations!

  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
6 Reviews

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business
It's time for winter reservations!
http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p189182
+1 -404-550-2660
Murphy Murphy / Andrews Area
5

Beautiful sunsets on a shaded porch!

  • 5 of 5
This was the fourth time we stayed here. My wife and I have rented other mountain homes in the NC mountains but this is the only house we have rented more than once. We are planning a trip back to the King Chalet this fall. The driveway is easy, The house sits on a ridgeline that looks to the West/NW toward Tennessee. Some of the peaks in the view are in TN. The ridge is the highest populated ridge in the Murphy area at about 2800 feet. Local adventure attractions are within an hour drive in any direction and antique & gift shopping is 10 minutes away in downtown Murphy. There is so much to do, we never get bored. Nora is an excellent host who is always on the spot. During one summer visit the AC broke down in the morning. We went hiking that day and by the time we returned the AC was fixed, and that was on a Saturday! Don't worry, the AC unit has since been replaced. If you are a birdwatcher you'll love this place. Cardinals, finches, humming birds, etc. I even spotted a rare cockaded redheaded woodpecker.
business
It's time for winter reservations!
http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p189182
+1 -404-550-2660
Murphy Murphy / Andrews Area
Atlanta
5

Great View and ADA Friendly

  • 5 of 5
My 90 year old mother and I enjoyed our stay at the King Chalet. There are only three or four steps at the entrance to the house and the house itself is a single level. The master bath has a shower, not a shower/tub combination. Although it is not wheelchair accessible, the shower is easy to enter. The living room, deck and covered screened porch have the same wonderful long distance view. Nora is more like a concierge than a land lady. For anyone not familiar with western North Carolina, she will suggest wonderful activities based on your interests. She has also compiled a large library of maps and brochures that you can review at your leisure.

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