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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
"This home is even more spectacular than the photos suggest and the owner even arranged for the home to be decorated with Christmas lights and Christmas tree during our stay. There was loads of room for our group of 20 and there was always something to keep us entertained if the weather kept us inside - reading in the libary by the fireplace with a view of the mountains, playing board games in the loft, or pool and ping pong on the lower level. Sipping coffee on the deck in the morning while watching the fog burn off to reveal the mountains was a particluar highlight. We had a wonderful week at the Eagles Nest and we recommend it wholeheartedly."
Guest: Chris and AllisonDate of Stay: December 2014Review Submitted: April 2, 2015
"Our family had a lovely time at this log cabin. The bedrooms on the master and upstairs are enormous and the beds were very comfortable. Lots of space. Nice touch having a high chair available for young ones, as we traveled with our one year old granddaughter. The mountain driveway was very steep and if snowed or iced up you would have a real challenge getting up or down. Kitchen needs a bit of updating. As we endured some rain on the trip the downstairs game room was a nice relief. If you are looking to get away from it all, this is the place for you. We had six adults and one child and were comfortable. Location is close to the ski area with shops, a grocery store, and beautiful catholic church within driving distance. Be careful if you drive a luxury or small car, as you are required to cart off all of your trash upon checkout and bring it to a trash center a few miles away. This could be problematic if you weren't expecting to do this. Also, unlike other places that we rent, you are not able to just run the dishwasher upon leaving...note on the fridge said that dishwasher must be emptied out before leaving. Overall, a delightful mountain getaway."
Guest: Gina O.Date of Stay: January 2015Review Submitted: January 14, 2015
"It doesn't get any better than the perfect weekend we just experienced at Lonesome Valley! The sun didn't stop shining, the trails and hikes got better on each outing, and we have already planned our return trip. We kept a roaring fire lit until it was time to leave. This cabin is good for the soul, and we are counting the days until we make it back to our "little piece of heaven!""
Guest: ELanderDate of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: March 11, 2015
"The house was huge, and very comfortable. There were tons of sleeping spaces and it was a great place for me and 10 friends to spend a weekend. The only downsides were just mild annoyances, we were not told ahead of time that we needed to bring our own toilet paper, dish soap and cleaning supplies so after driving a very long time to get there someone had to run out to the store to stock up. The kitchen was also pretty randomly stocked. Definitely enough plates, silverware, and cups, but it was a challenge to cook large meals with the pots and pans provided. The grill was great (we didnt know it was propane ahead of time and showed up with charcoal just in case), but both times we used it, it was quick to flame up despite us cooking vegetables on it. More alarmingly it was on a covered porch and there was no fire extinguisher in the house. Fortunately it was easily contained, but would have felt better to have a fire extinguisher on hand. Overall an excellent weekend but it would have been nice to be informed of more details ahead of time so we could be prepared when we arrived. Also its a bit remote so you definitely need a car, its "close" to asheville, but that means about a 25 minute drive."
Guest: KateDate of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: May 7, 2015