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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
"My wife and I had a great stay in this condo. Great location, close to the pool and golf , everything was clean and up to date, beautifully decorated, had everything we needed. Owner was great to work with. We would love to stay there again when we visit Maggie Valley."
Guest: Randall H.Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: June 13, 2015
"My wife and I had just gotten married in Gatlinburg Tn, and traveled through beautiful Smoky National Park on our trek towards this picturesque cabin we found online. Months earlier we dealt directly with Robbie setting up the reservation and she was more than reassuring about this magical place and how proud they were to have built it themselves. Upon arriving the theme and energy that radiates here is that of leave nothing unthought. Everything you could want need or think of is here in the cabin, including a stocked fridge , pots and pans , detergent , utensils and laundry room. The ice cream sandwiches hit the spot after a long days night. Upon awaking the scenery really set in , lush green rain forest surrounds old walnut trees which guide you towards a secluded acreage that surrounds the couples property . This is by far the most beautiful place we have ever stayed in and it will surely leave you with life long memories. Between luxury and wilderness lies the "Cabin in the Woods"."
Guest: EricDate of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: October 19, 2015
"We had a wonderful honeymoon! After 16 years of marriage, we took time to get away. We have lived in Asheville and visited Hotsprings so we knew the mountains and wanted to get back to them. Based purely on the pictures and the reviews we chose Limestone Cabin and we were extremely glad we did!
The cabin has what seems to me like welcoming arms that come down the limestone steps to embrace the guests.We were greeted by the massive porch where we grilled our suppers. read, painted, talked, rocked on the rockers, that Harold provides and watched the trains go by. The front door is hugh and hung expertly, swinging with ease. Inside we saw the open floor plan with big stone fireplace to the right, in front of the couch and easy chair and kitchen to the left, with dining table. On the first floor there is a full bathroom off the dining area. We then ventured upstairs and were delighted to see there a half bath, next to the full-sized bed. This loft area is so quiet and peaceful as well as equiped!
Spending most of our time at the cabin was a treat. Everything was provided by Harold, including washer and dryer. My sweet husband cooked out on the grill every night and I baked some. There was even a masher to mash the bananas for bread!
We did walk to town every morning of our five day stay, just a 15 min. walk down the train tracks. Hot Springs has very warm and personable people, with anything that you might need.
The hot tub on the back porch was superb, clean, and well used by us! We could visualize it in the winter too! I guess a return trip needs to be made in colder weather! See you again Harold and thank you so much! you have a great place there in Hot Springs! He move this cabin you know to the current location. It is a vintage cabin, 100 years old, where a woman raise 12 children."
Guest: RUTH W.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 5, 2015
"We pulled up to this cabin at the height of the spring blooming season. It is in a great location, and the scenery was beautiful. Lovely flowering trees, a babbling creek nearby, hot tub and pool tho a bit early to use the pool.
The rooms were spacious and clean. There was plenty of room for 8 of us, and good outdoor seating as well.
I would definitely recommend this cabin to others. A few minor inconveniences kept this from getting a 5 star rating - the main light over the dining table did not work, and that's where we often sat to eat and play games. The kitchen lacks a good Teflon pan to cook in, as well as a 9x13 casserole pan. NOTHING SERIOUS.
I'd recommend this place to anyone. Within minutes we were on the Blue Ridge Parkway, and it was about a 20 minute ride to the heart of Asheville. Would stay there again in a heartbeat."
Guest: Stephanie L.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 25, 2015