|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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Snuggled away in privacy, this cozy cottage is situated on 7 acres of tranquility and mountain seclusion. Fly Fish, hike, enjoy the cool mountain air and take pictures of gushing water falls on the beautiful Tallulah River.
If you are a biker, take a scenic ride to Hiawassee. If you are a hiker, everything from short hikes to the Appalachian Trail are nearby. How about white water rafting? Tubing? Antiquing!
The open floor plan features a family room with vaulted beamed ceiling which magnifies the spacious room. In addition to the TV, sofa and recliner, there is plenty of room for a queen size futon that converts to a comfortable queen bed. Just a few steps away is a sizeable bath. Enjoy the splendor of a garden tub in the mountain fresh air.
If you are tired of the galley kitchens in vacation homes, you will be pleased to prepare meals in this delightful kitchen that makes cooking a pleasure.
Enjoy the luxury of real wood floors through out including the living area, bathrooms and bedrooms. Upstairs are two bedrooms. The master has an adjoining bath with brush nickle vanity facuets and separate toliet/shower area. A new 32 inch flat screen TV is mounted on the wall in front of the queen size bed and there is a deck off the master. Please note, however, there are steps to the master and loft bedrooms. Although they are few in number, they are a little steep. If you have issues climbing steps, this may not be the cabin for you.
The guest bedroom loft area is quiet and airy with lots of windows to make a bedroom light and cheery. The prettiest views of the mountain and towering hardwoods can be seen from this room. This area is just off the master bedroom and overlooks the living area below. Twin beds are located here but one should remember this is officially a one bedroom, 2 bath cabin. Our rates reflect a one bedroom cabin. If you wish to utilize the twin beds or futon, you are welcome to do so. It works best for families.
A huge screened porch runs across the front with a swing similar to Grandma's. The outside has a fire pit and BBQ grille with table.
Just out the door are 7 acres of privacy and down the hill is the Tallulah River which borders a forest service wilderness. Although the river is approximately a mile away, you will probably want to drive to your favorite location for fishing, hiking or swimming. There are beautiful hiking trails, waterfalls and great trout fishing year round.
All of this is located minutes from Lake Burton, Tallulah River, Appalachian Trail, Tate City, Persimmon Valley, Persimmon Creek Winery, Helen, Clarksville, Lake Rabun, Lake Seed, La Prades Marina, Moccasin Creek State Park and Black Rock State Park. Don't forget the HIGHLANDS, Dillard,Franklin,and Cherokee are a short day's drive. If you like playing golf in the cool mountain air, there are numerous golf courses in the area.
Travel 85 North to 985, 441 North to Clayton, Georgia.
In Clayton on E. Savannah Street/US-76 West , travel 76 West. (toward Hiawassee) 7.9 miles.
Turn right on Persimmon Road, travel 4.2 miles.
Turn left onto Tallulah River Road. Travel .02 miles
Take the lst Left on Trickle Creek Trail. Travel .06 miles. Small yellow sign.
129 Trickle Creek Trail is on the left.
Clayton Georgia 30525
The only way you can go on Trickle Creek is left. Make a sharp left.
Travel down the hill and then up the hill about 1/4 mile to the first cabin on the left. (It is not the cabin at the bottom of the hill.) Address is 129 Trickle Creek. A sign is attached to a tree on your right indicating the Aunt Nell's Cabin. Paved Roads all the way to the cabin.
Suggestion: Copy, paste, print these directions and take them with you.
Arrival Time: 4:00 PM- before dark is preferred.
If you like elegance and relaxation, this one is for you. If short stairs to the bedroom are a challenge, it may not be your 'cup of tea.' If fly fishing and hiking is to your 'likin' ', it will be a paradise.
Come to our place and enjoy the solitude of Mother Nature. Please submit information on line call to make your reservation. Please call witih credit card information for payment. Thank you.
Sorry, not pets and no smokers. Stickly enforced.
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Keywords: Cozy Cabin in Northeast Georgia
Michael and Carol Williams, reside in Peachtree City, Georgia. In spite of our many travels through out the world, one of our favorite areas is the Northeast Mountains of North Georgia. Our cabin is located .5 mile from the Tallulah River and is truly one of the most beautiful locations we have ever visited.
Aunt Nell's cabin is named after my Aunt Nell and it houses some of her most treasured furniture. One is surrounded by Mother Nature and beauty there and it is the place to go to get out of the 'Rat Race' of a busy workig enviroment.
Mike is retired now and I am still flying as a flight attendant for Delta.
Carol Owen purchased this cabin in 2005
We Purchased Aunt Nell's Cabin for it's serene atmosphere and for it's cool crisp nights during the summer heat. Fall is a sea of crystal warm colors and spring sports the blooms of mountain laurel hovering over the rush of water falls on the river. The ride along the River displaying its clear water of trout and waterfalls is a must.
Aunt Nell's Cabin sits on 7 areas whereas you can hike, fly fish or simply relax on the deck with your favorite book. The location is perfect for day trips to other areas without having to rent other hotel rooms. It's cozy decor gives you the sense of home if you wish to stay home and enjoy TV or make your favorite meal. There are two bath rooms. One on the upper deck and one on the lower level for your conovenience. Both are full baths and one has a lovely garden tub to pamper yourelf after a full day of hiking.
We love the addition your builder built onto your cabin. What a fabulous job with the spacious new bath, separate master and washer/dryer. "Local Flavor" is also fun. Joni's was the choice to celebrate our anniversary.
My daughter turned 13 on August 12th and wanted to go White Water Rafting and we stayed here. OMG is was clean, and had everything we needed to make this weekend special for her. I would stay here again and again and again.
We had a wonderful time at Aunt Nell's cabin. I cannot stress enough how clean the cabin was. I am very particular, and I do not have one complaint about cleanliness. The location is so remote and so peaceful; the river being so close was a wonderfully relaxing treat for us. There was literally nothing we were lacking other than phone service. We had very fast wifi in the house, so we could email and text (iMessage), but the lack of phone service was a little hard to get used. (I am SURE it has nothing to do with the homeowner... there is little to no cell service throughout the entire area.) We will definitely make it a point to visit again!!
We enjoyed our stay at this reasonably priced cabin in a really great part of the mountain country. CABIN LOCATION: The best thing about this cabin is its proximity to miles of frontage on the stunning Tallulah River, which is just awesome for fishing, hanging out, and (if you have kids) splashing and a little swimming in deep spots. The Coleman River Trail is also right there and it's beautiful, though not long. And if you like fishing for trout, this cabin is great. It does not have a mountain view or a creek and you are going to prefer driving (vs walking) down to the river due to the hilly and winding road. It is also not QUITE as remote and still as some cabins we have rented due to proximity to the river road and one other cabin (not close), but still very quiet. GENERAL AREA: Clayton is a really cute little town and not far--about 20 minutes away. You will find all your basic needs there and a few fun restaurants. There are many great hiking areas in relatively close proximity, including Black Rock Mountain, Tallulah Gorge, Highlands NC, many lakes, and many waterfalls. (Some parts of GA are more isolated as far as getting to attractions--this is a really good spot.) Overall we found this area to be a great home base. CABIN ITSELF: We enjoyed the handmade, unique vibe of this cabin. It doesn't have the corporate, cookie cutter feel that many do. I espeically liked the downstairs bathroom. There are a few things to be aware of. The loft bedroom with twin beds is small and not private (not fully enclosed). I would say it's good for kids, but they should be older kids due to the beds' close proximity to steep stairs (short flight). There is not central a/c, but a wall unit upstairs and a larger unit downstairs. We happened to be there during a very unusual heat wave, but it was hard getting the temp right upstairs at night...unit seemed to cycle on and off somewhat erratically. You usually don't need AC like this in the mountains, though. A final minor issue was that we had some problems with the Internet. The owner was very responsive to our concerns, but it seemed in the end that the connection could not support more than one device on wireless at a time, even if only one was actively being used. When we turned off wireless on the other devices, it was fine. Just something to be aware of. Overall, we felt we got a great value from this cute cabin and we really thought the location was excellent!
Everything was perfect, the cabin was exactly as described and spotless when we arrived.
It's the perfect base for exploring northeast Georgia. Getting up in the morning and sitting out on the porch is awesome. It's so quiet and a wonderful change from the daily grind.
The porch is also a wonderful place to sit out in the late afternoon and evening. It's completely shaded and cool; a world apart from Atlanta. In fact, it's so cool we seldom ran the A/C and never did at night. We would open up the windows and let the cool mountain air flow through.
Our only regret was w stayed so busy that we didn't get to try out the fire pit (with some fire wood already there!). I'm sure we'll be going back.
Cabin was great.Great location.Loved everything about it.
2nd time stay. Great cabin in tranquil location. Hubby enjoyed the fishing , I enjoyed lazy afternoons on the back porch. Fully equipped, need nothing but your food!
The Tallulah River is approximately .75 mile down the hill from the cabin. It offers excellent fishing, hiking, scenery, photography and painting. Black Rock Mountain, located between Clayton and Dillard offers the prettiest views in Georgia. Helen is approximately 45 minutes away with River Tubing and Hot Air Ballooning. White Water Rafting, and Live Music Festivals are approximately 45 minutes. The best Antique shopping and the famous Dillard House are in nearby Dillard.
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2 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$100|
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