This cabin is perfect for romance, friends and family sharing special time, or someone wanting perfect alone time in this cozy cabin. The cabin is beautifully furnished in cozy wood touches and rustic mountain decor. Upgraded linens and comfortable beds. Updated kitchen and baths, electric and air. Robes await you in the morning and a hot tub at night. Two Outside Cabanas:
One has an outside porch of its own and then offers a screened in area for outside dining, with fireplace and large grille. You'll find a beautiful red dining table here. The second cabana has a hot tub and seating area. Beyond this, the fire pit. Plenty of space to enjoy coffee and wine with friends and family. We are pet friendly with consideration, and we have a pet gate and doggie bowl if needed.
Enjoy a modern kitchen with all the amenities and a charming living room with stone gas fireplace. We have a single pod, traditional coffee pot and french press for your choosing.. You will also enjoy the sounds of "J Creek" in the distance. Nestle up at the redwood dining table for dinner. One review describes the cabin as a fairy tale. You may watch the sheep across the way as they dabble around the land. Very cute. The home is electric/ac with a gas fireplace and every room updated and cozy. Grab a book or a game out of the armoire, plug in the boombox (CD collection) or choose a movie. Guests love the convenience of the cabin's location yet enjoy that it's off the beaten path and private. Explore the beautiful grounds and listen to the running creek. Year round access to the home. Creeks run through the yard and area.
Waynesville is nestled between the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains, 30 miles west of Asheville. The 469-mile Blue Ridge Parkway, one of the country’s most popular scenic drives, meanders through mountain valleys and loops around Waynesville en route to Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park. The picturesque thoroughfare branches out to more than 100 hiking trails, ranging from short footpaths to the Appalachian Trail, which stretches from Georgia to Maine.
Waynesville is a charming, old-fashioned town, with a Main Street lined with pretty trees and brick sidewalks. There are also many quaint storefronts, including a general store, a candy store, and antique shops housed in old buildings. But anyone visiting Waynesville should also spend at least a day exploring Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The park covers cascading waterfalls, more than 1,500 types of wildflowers, and dozens of historical mills and barns. While you’re exploring, keep an eye out for elk, black-bear cubs, eastern box turtles, and white-tailed deer.
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