Quincy Creek Cottage in the Smoky Mountains - Creek Front!
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- Minimum stay:Contact manager
- Pets considered:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Franklin cottage description
At last, the perfect home with the perfect setting. This is a very hard combination to find, view, creek and a great cottage perfectly appointed for both the 'must haves' and those that just want to 'get-a-way'. The living area is an open floor plan concept so the cook is always a part of the party. The kitchen is very well stocked, we've never had a guest ask for anything - it truly is 'all there'. All rooms flow towards the outdoors and the stunning creek just below the deck.
Your biggest fear should be getting splashed! If you have children you may never get them out of the creek to visit all that Franklin and the surrounding area has to offer. Put a time limit on water fun! The master bedroom has a comfy king size bed and an en suite all tile bath with a walk-in shower. The second bedroom has two twin beds, perfect for any combination of additional guests. There is a full bath that services this bedroom. Outdoors is a full length deck overlooking the creek and the distant mountains. The home boasts a large and flat yard that is terrific for a father and son game of catch. Plenty of room for running about. Why go inside when you have a setting like this?
Keywords: Creek Front, Cottage, Cabin, View, Mountains, Waterfront
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
Bedrooms: 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, Beds for 4
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms
Kitchen & Dining
- Cooking Utensils:
- Ice Maker
- Wood Fireplace:
- Air Conditioning:
- Washing Machine
- Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer
- Clothes Dryer
- Trout Fishing out your back door.
- Deck / Patio:
- Outdoor Grill
Location & View
- Fitness Center
- Horseback Riding
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Live Theater
- Sight Seeing
- Trout Fishing, Casino, Fun Factory, Great Smokey Mountain Railway
ReviewsWrite a review
We had a great time! The Cottage was just as nice as it was advertised,The creek was beautiful! I don't believe I have ever seen a kitchen as wonderfully equiped as this one. We will certainly stay here again. The owner was very nice and helpful. Would recomendd Quincy Creek Cottage to anyone!
- Guest Ben (Milledgeville, GA)
- Date of stay 10/11/12
- Review Submitted 10/28/12
Recommended for: Pet owners, sightseeing, families with young children, romantic getaway, age 55+.
We completely enjoyed our stay! The creek was very nice to look at and listen to.
- Guest astep2 (Columbus, Ga)
- Date of stay 10/03/12
- Review Submitted 10/12/12
Recommended for: Pet owners, families with teenagers, families with young children, romantic getaway, age 55+.
Manager response: Thank you Allen! Come back anytime, we'd love to have you stay again.
I can't say enough good things. The cabin was extremely clean and well kept. Everything that you could ever need was there for you. The creek and the view was so relaxing I just couldn't seem to get enough. My husband even said that this was a place he could live in forever. Felt like home the minute you walked in the door. I loved the view of the barn and the mountains across the creek if you love views and running creeks, this is the place for you. The stars at night were absulutely beautiful. The large yard was great for throwing ball for our german shepherd. I swear I heard her say she wanted to stay. The cabin was so peaceful and quite, just loved it there can't wait till we get the oppurtunity to go back.
- Guest Folks (Orange Park, FL)
- Date of stay 10/01/10
- Review Submitted 10/10/10
Recommended for: Pet owners, families with teenagers, adventure seekers, sightseeing, families with young children, romantic getaway, age 55+, girls getaway, people with disabilities.
Renee and Hunters summer adventure
Renee and Hunters summer adventure
my wife and I stayed prior to my deployment to the middle east for a wonderful weekend. must say it has sustained me. loved it hunter
- Guest Hunter (charleston)
- Date of stay 05/10/10
- Review Submitted 08/16/10
Recommended for: Adventure seekers, romantic getaway.
$135/night...$800 week...$2500 month Three night minimum stay. Check-In/Check-Out Days are Flexible. $100 Each Additional Night After Three Nights. $100 Cleaning Fee for All Stays. $250 Refundable Security Deposit. $100 Non-Refundable Pet Fee. 9.75% State & Local Taxes. Holidays Require a one week stay. Rates are good year-round.
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Enjoy an Evening Creek Side in the Glow of Candle Light.
Plenty of Room to Run and Play.
Beautiful Furnishings and Wood Burning Fireplace to Take the Chill Off!
Not a Tiny Apartment Kitchen, This is the Real Deal and Fully Stocked.
Master Bath Has a "Spa" Like Feeling.
....But Why Go Indoors?
Let's Have Some Fun! This is Right Outside Your Door.
Families Can Gather for Fun and Games.
View from the Living Room Looking to the Creek.
The View from the Kitchen, Cooking Isn't So Bad After All.
Soothing Master Suite with Comfortable Bedding.
Guest Quarters for Any Combination of Travel Companions.
Evenings Creek Side, Inviting Glow from Indoors.
Wood Burning Fire Pit on the Deck for Chilly Evenings or Mornings.
Guest Bath with Walk-in Shower.
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