Intimate Rock Bungalow Sleeps 4
About Emmett Bearden
I was born in Cartersville but moved away at a young age. I have returned every year to spend time with family and explore the hiking trails.
Emmett Bearden purchased this Bungalow in 2010
Why Emmett Bearden chose Cartersville
My grandfather built this house on family land in the 1940's. After working all day at the Goodyear plant he would quarry the rock that went into the construction of the home. My wife and I visit several times a year and especially love the Spring and Fall.
What makes this Bungalow unique
This house is surrounded by large trees set out by my grandparents over 70 years ago.
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A peaceful slice of heaven...
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Rock Bungalow. No detail was overlooked to ensure a pleasant stay. The location was very convenient to anywhere you needed to go. Emmett's communication was outstanding from the very first moment I messaged him about the Bungalow. To recommend this property is an understatement,
anyone who lodges at the Rock Bungalow will be treated to a memorable experience. It is certainly a jewel in the setting of Cartersville!
Thank you Lisa for your kind review.
We love our house too and think it is a great place to stay! It was a pleasure to host your family and hope to see you again.
Very quiet. Great place to stay with a great patio.
Lovely home. Nice property. Owner and family very friendly. Would recommend home to anyone looking for a quiet getaway.
Both the property and the house are just beautiful the house has all the accommodations and comfort
Stayed for two weeks for baseball and the house was just great, close to town and the fields and just enough off the beaten path to enjoy some country. The house is filled with everything you need and is very comfortable. The owner is very accommodating, recommend highly.
Thank you for your kind review. We treat others like we would like to be treated. So glad you enjoyed the house and property.
Accommodating, modern home convenient location
Kitchen was equipped with everything one needed to prepare meals. There were new appliances to do laundry. The gas fireplace made for cozy evenings in the living room. We were within fifteen minutes of all the attractions, dining and shopping in Cartersville. We were there eight whole days and never ran out of things to do in Cartersville. The owner was available and easy to work with. His father who lived just across the street was very helpful also. We loved Cartersville !!,
Thank you for the review. Cartersville is a great small town! Our kitchen is well equipped since we stay in the home several times a year also and make all of our own food. Fast Internet, Netflix and HD Cable are also nice on those days when you want to stay in and warm by the fire. Y'all come back, soon!
Amazing home and a great owner.
I spent three months in Cartersville on business so it was very important I had adequate housing. After a long day at work it was a treat to be able to come home to this property and enjoy all of it’s comforts and amenities. The location was just minutes away from town but still had the feel of living in the country. The owner was easy to work with and handled any issues I had at a moments notice. I highly recommend this property for anyone traveling to Cartersville on business or just looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Just slightly north of Atlanta on Interstate 75, is Cartersville, a convenient vacation destination that you’ll quickly discover is one of Georgia’s gems! On the south side is LakePoint Sports where Perfect Game Baseball anchors a sporting complex that is a destination for more than 20 competitive youth sports. Terminus Wake Park and Rally Volleyball offer thrills on surf and sand. LakePoint Station is a family-friendly entertainment complex where guests play off-field.
Then there’s Allatoona Lake and Red Top Mountain State Park where lakeside cottages and campsites are a natural retreat for the city weary. And if you prefer to float your cares away, boat rentals are a breeze.
Head into Downtown Cartersville for charming boutiques and memorable local restaurants. Visits to the Smithsonian Affiliates Booth Western Art Museum and Tellus Science Museum, Bartow History Museum, Rose Lawn Museum, and Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site are a must.
Just west of Cartersville is Euharlee and the slower pace of the 1800s. The town is home to many original buildings and one of Georgia’s oldest examples of African American craftsmanship, the Euharlee Covered Bridge.
To the north is Cassville and Kingston, two communities forever changed in by the Civil War in 1864, but not before Union forces passed through Adairsville, the Bartow County town with the distinction of being the first Georgia city to be listed in its entirety on the National Register of Historic Places. Adairsville is home to antiques shops, a dinner theater, an original W&A Rail Depot and magnificent Barnsley Resort.