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Recent Maggie Valley reviews
"The drive up the hill to the cabin was stunning! The cabin itself was super clean and very cute. Kitchen had everything we needed and my kids rediscovered their love for the wi. Our time in the area,was filled with fun things to do and great people to talk with. Will definitely visit again!"
Guest: Jennifer O.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 21, 2015
"We had the pleasure of staying at the Above it All Cabin this past weekend and couldn't be happier with our visit. The cabin was exactly as promised and was comfortable, laid out well, and in great condition. We had 6 adults, and everyone had a nice place to sleep and we were able to sit down together for every meal. The hot tub was great, and we especially enjoyed the fire pit in the back yard. The location was ideal, as we were able to go on several hikes within an hour's drive, and also spend some time in downtown Waynesville and at Harrah's Casino. After our first trip to the Maggie Valley area, I don't think we could have found a better cabin to stay in."
Guest: MattDate of Stay: November 2014Review Submitted: November 10, 2014
"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
"My wife and I loved staying in Cozy Cabin up in the mountains. We were close to Lake Junaluska for jogging and walking and to Waynesville for shopping and eating. Blue Rooster Southern Grill was our favorite. We traveled to Asheville for the antique malls and up Max Patch Road to wilderness. We traveled on the Blue Ridge Parkway and our favorite road was the precarious Route 215. When our grandchildren came to visit we had both incredible pictures of the Milky Way at the top of Max Patch, 8 miles from the cabin in the wilderness and also of a beautiful ice on the trees one morning. We enjoyed a family campfire in the backyard and hiking up the farmer’s old roads. Haywood County has the highest mean elevation of any county east of the Mississippi! 8” of snow on November 1st was a treat since we are from snow country. Seeing elk up close at Cataloochee Ranger Station was a thrill - surrounded by 6000’ peaks – was only 11 miles away. The hottub was very relaxing both in sunny weather and in the snow. The cabin was cozy and had all the utensils that we needed for a month."
Guest: Jon & SueDate of Stay: October 2014Review Submitted: February 28, 2015