Peaceful Ridge with Beautiful Mountain Views
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- Minimum stay:3-6 nights
- Pets considered:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Waynesville cabin description
Come and relax in a breathtaking custom home in the Great Smoky Mountains situated on 10 private acres, surrounded by trails, a stream and amazing views.
The spacious living room is fronted with a wall of windows overlooking the mountains. The atmosphere is warm, comfortable and welcoming. Light a wood fire (wood provided) and curl up in plush leather chairs and the couch near the fireplace with a good book. Gather around the kitchen island for conversation and wine. Or, pull up a chair on the front porch with a steaming cup of coffee and prop up your feet to gaze out over the mountain valley.
Sleeping arrangements include a large master suite with a king bed and a corner gas fireplace, two downstairs bedrooms with queen beds, and a comfortable Murphy bed in the den for the kids or an extra guest. Blow up beds are also available. There's a private bath in the master suite with large walk-in shower, a half bath off the great room, and a shared bath downstairs.
At night there are board and card games, roasting marshmallows over an outside fire pit, watching HD TV downstairs in the family room, and playing foosball. There are books throughout the house. Plug your music player into the stereo system to enhance the ambiance.
You will find skiing, hiking, tubing, white water rafting, shopping, fishing, golfing, the Biltmore in Asheville and much more in the surrounding area. Downtown Waynesville has excellent restaurants and shops, so be sure to visit Main Street, Waynesville. You are only 25 minutes (10 miles) from Cataloochee Valley to see the protected elk (you may see an elk wandering on our road going up the mountain to our property), 30 minutes from Asheville, and 45 minutes to Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge. Four-wheel drive may be required in inclement weather.
For large families and guests with up to 20 adults and children, our friend's log cabin is a short walk or drive away, and guests can be divided between the two homes.
Keywords: Pet friendly comfortable mountain home nestled at 3,800 feet with spectacular views across multiple mountain ranges.
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Pets Considered:
Bedrooms: 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8, Beds for 8
Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms, 1 Half Bathroom
Kitchen & Dining
- Dining Area Seats:
- Coffee Maker
- Ice Maker
- Cooking Utensils
- Dishes & Utensils
- Gas Fireplace:
- Wood Fireplace:
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Living Room seats 6
- CD Player
- DVD Player
- Satellite / Cable
- Video Library
- Recreation Center
- Wildlife Viewing
- Horseback Riding
- Sight Seeing
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3 night min stay
Fri, Sat, Sun
Discounts: 4 nights or more: $350 Nightly; 15 nights or more: $325 Nightly - Weekend Nights excluded
|Christmas / New Years
Dec 22 - Jan 3
6 night min stay
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Herds of elk roam here from late afternoon to early morning. Drive and park your car and take photographs of these stately animals. Park rangers are often nearby to talk about the elk and the national park's environment. Visit a church, school house, barn and old home built at the turn of the last century -- reminders of the community that occupied the valley for about 100 years before the area became a national park....MoreCollapse
Beautiful small town with great restaurants, family owned shops and friendly people. Nice to park the car, stroll Main Street and visit the shops. Be sure to visit Blue Owl at the south end of Main Street and say hi Penny, the owner, dine at the Sweet Onion and Thai Spice, and be sure to visit Panacea at Frog Level, where they roast more than three dozen varieties of coffee....MoreCollapse
- Nearest Airport: Asheville at 38 Miles
- Nearest Motorway: I-40 at 3 Miles
- Nearest Ski: Cataloochee at 10 Miles
- Nearest Golf: Waynesville/Maggie Valley at 10 Miles
- Nearest Restaurant: Waynesville at 8 Miles
Year Purchased: 2007
Why the Owner Chose Waynesville:
Our friends below us bought their property first. When they showed us photographs of the area, we were hooked. We've always wanted a mountain get away that was in the country and relatively remote, and decided that 10 acres on the side of a mountain was just the spot. We hired the best builder in the Waynesville area, designed the house, and had it built.
The Unique Benefits at this Cabin:
Serenity best describes what it is like to sit on the front porch and take in the views. Woods surround the house. In the winter the trees are bare and the air is crisp. In the spring and summer we rarely run the air conditioner and open windows. And in the fall, the colors from the changing leaves are spectacular.
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Great room with living, dining and kitchen combined.
Master suite with gas stove, lounging chair and stained glass window.
View of house looking up the mountain.
Family room/den with TV, foosball and Murphy Bed
Outside walkway down to lower level and to trail up to mountain ridge.
An occasional visitor...
Winter sunrise photo taken by one of our guests.
Full kitchen with gas stove and plenty of room to cook and socialize.
Side of house from the driveway.
Truly, the Smoky Mountains. View from the porch.
Fire pit and trail and benches.
Yonah Trail, the road leading up to the house, in the fall.
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