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"My friend and I have been taking family vacations in the western North Carolina mountains for the past 30 years. We have rented houses in Sylva, Dillsboro, Franklin, Sapphire, and have found the Cashiers/Lake Glenville area the most suitable for our extended families of grandparents, parents and grandchildren. The last house we rented in Cashiers had its own 60 Ft. waterfall and a hot tub and was our favorite. It has since been sold and is no longer a rental. Luckily we found Porchlake this summer and we and all our kids have a new favorite. The house had plenty of room . All the improvements Mr. Calloway made over the years were greatly appreciated. The boat was a big plus, and the 3 person tube was an extra added bonus. The location on the cove was tranquil and the sloping grass area between the house and lake was perfect for the smaller grandchildren. Trout fishing, gem mining, waterfall exploring, golf, boating to the nearby island and tubing was enjoyed by all. The house was well equipped and Mr. Calloway's agent, Anne Jones was very helpful with the details to make our stay one of the most enjoyable ever in the North Carolina Mountains. A hot tub on the porch would translate to a name change to Lake Porch Shangra-la!"
Guest: WayneDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 23, 2015
"We were blessed to have the opportunity to spend the whole month of August at the Hage's fully equipped cabin. We wanted a secluded and quiet place to spend the month, and this cabin met all of our expectations! No road or air traffic, and great views of the night sky.
We enjoyed many hours rocking on the porch watching the local wildlife. Many birds and critters frequented the seed pots that Jim continually keeps full. We loved seeing the wild turkey family grow in front of our eyes! Definitely enjoyed building fire in the pit and roasting marshmallows for s'mores.
Hiking up Parrish Branch Road from the cabin revealed four small waterfalls, .2, .6, 1.1 and 1.6 miles up the mountain. We enjoyed listening to the cascading water while eating a small breakfast at the quaint gazebo at the third waterfall. Pinnacle Park is only four miles away, and the park trails lead to great views of the mountains and valley from Pinnacle Point and Blackrock. The Blue Ridge Parkway was only nine miles away.
We can easily see ourselves rocking on their porch next summer!"
Guest: Roger and MicheleDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 10, 2015
"We are long time visitors to this are. We had a great time and stayed an extra night to boot. Diane was easy to work with especially with our pet. Had a few minor issues but Diane said they would be taken care of and we would recommend this property to anyone with a family. The hornets under the front porch were not an issue as long as you left them alone, this is nature you know. We would like to come back in the future and miss the Cafe REL and the cool nights already. JG"
Guest: JoeDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 19, 2015
"Exceptional property for the price. The cabin sits just off a seemingly private drive with only two other residences above, i.e., traffic is virtually nonexistent. An extended front porch with hot tub enters to the spacious dining area, a very well appointed kitchen with pantry and side entrance, and living room which leads to the door of the lengthy side porch. The bedrooms are quite comfortable with the master standing out. The trail(s) out back was a treat, might I recommend a map for assurance of those less inclined to hike. Asheville is truly twelve minutes away and the commute is routine after one trip. We thoroughly enjoyed our time at the cabin and one uncontrollable glitch was amended in a timely manner by the hosts. Looking forward to our next stay."
Guest: Marcus M.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 6, 2015