Wildflower Rentals at Cabin Cove, consists of 4 high-end custom built cabins, each handsomely furnished and outfitted with all the modern conveniences, nestled in their own private sanctuary on Cowee Mountain. Outside, you'll find yourself communing with nature; inside, you're pampered in luxury. Upon arrival, you'll be welcomed by a sweet harmony of chirping birds. A few feet away are Wildflower's 5 mile hiking trails, which wind through miles of wondrous forest bursting with mountain creeks, wildlife, native ferns and Rhododendron. The trail system connects to the Wildflower Clubhouse and pool area and winds down to the bottom of the mountain, where a well-stocked pond beckons the angler in the group. You're at home, so kick off your shoes and relax. Cowee Mountain is known for its gem and gold deposits, and you just might get lucky sifting through the water. If not, no worries - you've already hit it rich.
Each cabin in Wildflower's Cabin Cove is a spacious sanctuary of luxury and comfort. Each three and four bedroom cabin features an open floor plan with a main-floor master bedroom, custom wood cabinetry, hardwood floors, double vanities, high-end appliances, hot tubs, and a long list of other luxuries. Décor and finishes are rustic and elegant, reflecting the beauty of the surrounding wilderness. You'll also be entitled take a swim in the outdoor pool located at the Wildflower Clubhouse.
It's hard to imagine a more ideal place for a vacation than Wildflower. Located just outside the mountain town of Franklin, North Carolina. This private, 2,200-acre community is a world away from the hustle and stress of the city, yet conveniently close. Several major Southeastern cities are within an easy drive (an hour from Asheville, NC ; two hours from Atlanta, GA)
But it's the proximity to nature that will keep you coming back. To the west, the half-million acres of the Nantahala National Forest burst with hiking trails, mountain streams and waterfalls, the whitewater adventure of the Nantahala River, and a dazzling array of wildlife and wildflowers. To the north, the mile-high peaks of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park roll away into the distance. And just minutes away are the Nantahala Gorge and the Cherokee Indian Reservation.