· Nantahala National Forest - FIRE'S CREEK RECREATIONAL AREA
· University of Georgia APPALACHIAN BIOLOGICAL NATIVE SANCTUARY
· Fire's Creek trout waters and forest hiking are minutes away
· Mountain communities of Hayesville and Brasstown are ten minutes away
· Cabin is easily accessed on paved roads, but the setting gives you the feel of being deep in the woods
· Log cabin created by third generation woodworker
· Hand-polished hardwood floors with accents of cedar, walnut, cherry, and rhododendron
· Four-acre lot
· Walking trail winds around three bridges, natural spring and flowing branch
· Protected natural forest floor of native wildflowers, ferns, mushrooms, trees, blackberries and elderberries which ripen in season.
. Pristine native trout waters of Fires Creek just one hundred yards away
The PEACE AND QUIET surround you while you rock on the porch, sit in the hot tub in a screened in porch room, hike the trails, or fish the creeks.
The natural beauty awakens your senses.
Thank you for the use of your lovely cabin and for the gracious hospitality above and beyond what I expected. I was very comfortable and enjoyed each day. I do hope to return again and will be in touch.
This cabin has an awesome hot tub. If it were nothing more than a hot tub on top of a mountain that alone would be enough reason for you to spend your vacation here. But it is so much more than that. The cabin is super cozy and much of it is handmade. You can see this handiwork in the railings, walls, and other cabin features. It has large windows that let in a lot of natural light and really connect you with the beautiful Nantahala National Forest. It has a loft, beautiful wood flooring, and a porch perfect for immersing yourself in the sounds of remote mountain bliss. The cabin is in a clearing and at night you can sit on the deck, look up at the sky and see millions of stars. It has a fire pit so you can cook food, roast marshmallows, tell stories, and do other fire pit related activities. It is fantastic. In fact, I am kind of wondering why I'm not still there. If it were possible to give this place 10 stars, I would give it 11. I would recommend if to families, couples, singles, platonic friends, professionals, amateurs, and anyone who enjoys all the gorgeous mountain scenery North Carolina has to offer. Also, the owners of this place are some of the most gracious, kind-hearted, welcoming people you will ever meet. You can stop looking your next vacation getaway, you found it.
This cabin is lovely, tucked in the mountains near the Nantahala National Forest! We ate breakfast on the porch every morning, enjoying the mountain scenery.
There are plenty of hiking trails nearby, and a creek to dip your toes in. For a little more adventuring we headed over to Helen, GA to go river tubing. The Folk School in Brasstown is another nearby must-see.
We thoroughly enjoyed our time at the cabin, and hope to visit again! Highly recommended!
More beautiful than photos; real craftsmanship and unique. Secluded but close to hiking trails, waterfalls, historic towns, John C. Campbell Folk School, arts and crafts galleries, antique shops, etc. I especially loved the porch with the swing and big rocking chair. Great place to read with cup of tea. I had most of my meals on the porch. Description of amenities as listed; more than adequate. Cannot say enough about the owners --very welcoming and wanted us to be comfortable and feel at home. We did. Would love to be there during the fall; sure the mountains are beautiful.
What a magical retreat from the city!! So close to pristine Fire's Creek - clear water, rounded pebbles, flowers blooming, waterfalls. Our toddler enjoyed floating down creek on water tube and hiking the easy, paved trails at the Rec Center. The wifi works great, hot tub is fantastic, and the cabin is a work of art. It was the perfect, relaxing easy trip our family had been wanting. Thank you so much!
I have been very fortunate in that I have been able to return as a guest at this cabin several times. The cabin is certainly something to behold, a true work of art! The craftsmanship is truly remarkable and the cabin itself has everything you could ask for: games, kitchen supplies, plenty of room for friends, etc. Not to mention, it is the perfect place to relax, get away from the daily rush, and cozy up with a good book. The quiet surrounding nature, the beautiful creek, and all the fun nearby events/activities (hiking, tubing, rafting, festivals, a great folk school, and more) combine to make this spot my FAVORITE mountain retreat locale. I look forward to returning ASAP!
Had such a great time in this beautifully crafted cabin! Enjoyed the peaceful and quiet setting that is conveniently close to a georgeus national park! You can really see the pride and care that went into designing and building this quirky, cozy cabin! Sleeps a lot of people comfortably as well!
NEARBY ACTIVITIES include Trout Fishing, Picnicking, Jeeping, Young Harris College Planetarium and Observatory Shows, Peacock Theater Live Productions, John C, Campbell Folk School Classes and Free Friday Concerts, Georgia Mountain Fair and Concerts, Gem Mining and Plentiful Local Mountain Activities - Square and Folk Dancing, Pickin' and Grinnin' Parlors, Farmer's Markets, Flea Markets, and Festivals, there is truly something for everyone.