This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Guntersville Lake reviews
"My cousins gathered at this home for our annual vacation this year and had a wonderful time. The house is spacious and well laid out for being together or for privacy if needed. The outdoor porch was great for hanging around. Mr. Sam met us when we arrived and was very helpful during our stay. I would recommend eating at the Rock House in Guntersville, food was delicious."Guest: DIANE D. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 12, 2014View listing
"Each year I choose a special place for my family, who are spread about the country, to treat them to a vacation on dad and mom. None of us had been to Alabama before. Robin's nest is a very special place to enjoy God's beauty in nature. We caught tons of bass and had plenty of room for all to enjoy the house. I was a little taken back that such a beautiful home had not been better cared for in upkeep. The TV in the main sitting room has one cable connection that you have to share between the modem for internet service or watching TV. You can't have both at the same time. The TV in the master bedroom must not have active cable and the remote was broken and w/o batteries. The pool table was missing 3 balls, broken rack and hole in one of the pockets. This is one of the "must haves" for picking our vacation home so we were not happy. The foosball table has many of the men broken and taped...not able to use. The bathroom in the game room leaks water into the bedroom and into the game room area. The shower head on main floor is broken and spews water all over if tried to use. The microwave handle has been super glued and came off while using. The gold chair shown in picture for main floor sitting area is torn to sheds. The screens on porch area are filled with cob webs and dead bugs. Hard to see beautiful view of lake. The spa would not heat up. If these items were corrected this could have been our best rental ever. I rated this a 4 out of 5 even with all these flaws because the home has an awesome lay-out and gorgeous views and the lake is awesome. I was a little embarrassed to invite my family to come to a once a year event and have all these flaws. First time I have had this happen for a VRBO rental. We hope Robin will correct so we can come back next year. Robin is very nice and easy to work with."Guest: Bassmaster Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 3, 2014View listing
"This is my THIRD time staying at this location. I could not imagine there being a better place to stay at on the lake for the price! These are the 7 things I would recommend: 1) BRING THE FAMILY OR FRIENDS... it's always the people that make the trip. We brought a group of friends, and the house living room was a perfect fit for 6 of us (plus an additional 2 guest we invited over as well). We watched football, cooked on the grill. I slept great in the side bedroom, and a couple of us on the couches, and there is also a blow up bed with plenty of room to place it. 2) WALK DOWN TO THE WATER... the walk down to the water is so pleasant and nice (it's shaded!). There was a path leading down to the lake and a fire pit just at the edge of the water. We had hay bails to sit on, and actually backed up a truck and used the tailgate as well. We cooked smores at night, which I would suggest as well. 3) USE THE CANOE (especially in the morning or at dusk)... GET OUT ON THE WATER! (if you get a boat)... the lake is absolutely beautiful... and the honeycomb slue where the house is located is right in the middle of it all, there is cliff jumping for the adventurous, the honeycomb inlet is perfect for skiing and wakeboarding and kneeboarding (the water is much calmer than the open lake). 4) BRING SOMETHING TO COOKOUT... the open kitchen/living room floor plan was perfect for cooking for and serving to a big group. There was a propane and charcoal grill, as well as some items we cooked in the oven... We cooked a big breakfast one morning, and dinner one night! 5) BRING THE GIRLS... Girls have higher standards than us guys. The girls that came with us were especially satisfied with the set up. Everyone's expectations were satisfied... I can't speak highly enough about the main room... high ceilings, well kept, great fun decor, exceptionally comfortable couches, etc. 6) BREAK OUT A BOARD GAME... We broke out the poker chips and played Texas Holdem (guys and girls) late into the night. The place has a perfect table for playing games like this. We sat six at the table (bringing in 2 extra chairs from outside). there were also some board games at the house that allowed for some additional options. 7) GO GRAB THE SUNDAY BRUNCH AT THE GUNTERSVILLE STATE LODGE... you're not going to want to miss the views from the front patio, and the buffet has a great selection of food. Perfect place for a perfect weekend! Robert"Guest: Robert T. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 22, 2014View listing
Guntersville Lake Travel Tips
Guntersville Lake Vacation Rentals and Perfect Seasonal Temperatures
Vacationing in the perfect spot does not mean you have to leave the United States. Alabama can be one of the prettier states during spring or fall. In the summer, it might be a little hot. These hot temperatures make Alabama a top destination for beaches and watersports. If you want a private vacation with wonderful surroundings and eclectic restaurants, Guntersville Lake vacation rentals will be perfect. VRBO provides listings for many Guntersville Lake houses with fully equipped kitchens, secluded locations, and numerous outdoor activities.
Guntersville Lake Houses for Outdoor Recreation
Guntersville, Alabama and its lake are located in the northern section of the state in Marshall County. The location of Guntersville is such that it sits on the southernmost point of the Tennessee River. There is a dam between the lake and river which helps form the lake. Many use it for spring and summer activities. The lake is in Sequatchie Valley, providing cover from the wind and other elements that could cool off the lake and surrounding air. Temperatures in the summer can reach above 100 degrees Fahrenheit, with the water temperature around 80 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit in spots. Guntersville Lake is an appealing setting for Guntersville Lake condos, not only for the views but their closeness to the water. While visiting Guntersville Lake, waterskiing, boating, fishing, and swimming are all possible activities. The forests surrounding the lake provide an area for hiking, walking, and biking.
Arriving at Guntersville Lake Condos
Guntersville is a relatively small community in Alabama. Therefore, driving to the city and its surrounding lake is not an option via the interstate. From I-59 or I-565, you would need to take Highway 431 to Highway 79. Lake Guntersville is a little further away from the highways where you would find the Guntersville Lake vacation rentals. You would have to take a few smaller roads like 67 or 58 to arrive at Guntersville Lake South Point.
Fun for the Entire Family in Guntersville
When you become tired of the endless days on the beach or just want a little something different, heading to Guntersville is your best option. There are larger cities an hour's drive from Guntersville Lake but Guntersville has an amazing array of attractions and restaurants. One place to visit in Guntersville is the Museum and Cultural Center which offers special and permanent exhibits regarding steamboats and local history. If history and culture are second on your list, you might think about the Stoney Mountain Golf Course. It is considered the “epitome of redneck golf” and it is guaranteed to provide entertainment. Shopping excursions are also among the fun you and your group can have while at these vacation rentals. Local shops are open for souvenir gathering. Items can include t-shirts, jewelry, or gator products to impress those back at home.
Eating Gator for Lunch in Guntersville
Alabama and most of the southeastern tip of the United States are well known for their alligators. Alabama is most particularly known for their dishes made from gator. If you are feeling adventurous, there are a couple of places where you might consider dining. Bistro La Lina is known for the Southwestern menu they provide and even more so for the Gator Wrap lunch or dinner plate. If you are wary of gator, the Big Mammou is made of chicken with a blend of andouille sausage, garlic, and green onion over a bed of fettuccine. Top ‘O the River is another location in Guntersville for a meal, as they are the most popular family restaurant for residents and visitors. If you are on a budget, you might skip eating out in favor of eating at the Guntersville Lake houses you rent. Each of these homes will have a kitchen where you can prepare the fish you catch or any other meal.