North Carolina Mountain Home Near the Nantahala River
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- Minimum stay:2 nights
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
This cozy home sits between the surrounding mountains offering a breathtaking view from the large back deck. Minutes from hiking, bicycling, kayaking and other outdoor activities. Its a great place to unwind after a busy day of exploring the Smokey Mountain area.
You will feel right at home amidst comfortable furnishings and a down home feel. With plenty of space for a small family vacation as well as a romantic getaway for two, this property will suit your needs.
- 2 story
- 900 sq. ft.
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Pets Considered
- Long-Term Renters Welcome
- Non Smoking Only
- 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, Beds for 4
- Bedroom 1
- 1 queen
- Bedroom 2
- 1 queen
- Convertible bed(s)
- 1 sleep sofa /futon
- Queen size Beds (2), Sleep Sofa or Futons (1)
- 2.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- combination tub/shower, toilet
- Bathroom 2
- toilet, combination tub/shower
Kitchen & Dining
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- Air Conditioning:
- Washing Machine:
- Hair Dryer
- Iron & Board
- Wood Stove
The Nantahala Village Inn Resort and Spa is one mile. The Nantahala River is 4 miles away that provides rafting and kayaking. Bryson City is 12 miles and has a historic train ride. Cherokee is 22 miles with Harrah's casino. Gatlinburg is 60 miles The Biltmore is 70 miles away in Asheville. ...morecollapse
- DVD Player
- Away From It All
- Sports & Activities
- Tourist Attractions
Location & View
- Mountain View
- Jet Skiing
- Mountain Biking
- Rock Climbing
- Basketball Court
- Whitewater Rafting
- Freshwater Fishing
- Medical Services
- Massage Therapist
- Water Skiing
- Sight Seeing
- Horseback Riding
- Scenic Drives
- Gambling Casinos
- Eco Tourism
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Recreation Center
- Wildlife Viewing
ReviewsWrite a review
The house was great! Perfect for a little getaway to the mountains. What a beautiful view! We loved sitting on the deck in the Adirondack chairs and enjoying the beautiful view of the Smokey Mountains. There are so many things to do and it is so peaceful if you just want to sit back and relax. Everything was immaculate.There was a book with all of the close by restaurants and activities to choose from.
- Guest MB
- Date of stay 03/29/13
- Review Submitted 05/15/13
Recommended for: Sightseeing, adventure seekers, tourists without a car, romantic getaway, families with young children, girls getaway.
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2 night min stay
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- Nearest Airport: Asheville, NC at 70 Miles
- Nearest Train: Bryson City, NC at 12 Miles
- Nearest Motorway: Highway 19 at 1 Miles
- Nearest Barpub: Nantahala Village Inn Resort and Spa at 1 Miles
- Nearest Restaurant: Nantahala Village Inn Resort and Spa at 1 Miles
Year Purchased: 1992
About the owner: I am a private owner that occasionally rents a vacation home.
Why the Owner Chose Bryson City:
I worked as a whitewater raft guide from 1982-1986. The property was purchased in 1982 and the house was built by my brother in 1992. I have many fond memories of this area.
The Unique Benefits at this House:
Most people take advantage of the many activities to do in the Smokey Mountain area during the Spring, Summer, and Fall. The more adventurous go kayaking and bicycling. Families take advantage of the rafting and train rides. Couples can visit Harrah's casino or the Biltmore.
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- Fax: 423-634-4243
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