Lake Cabin is fully furnished! New large flat screen TVs - den on main and terrace level. Comfortable beds/furniture. Has outdoor fire pit area near lake, boating dock if you bring your boat or rent locally. Deepest area of Lake Weiss in most sought after subdivision with lakefront and mountain views. All you need to bring is your toothbrush and fishing rod or just come and relax to with all the comforts of home! Weiss Lake added to state fishing trail.
- Cabin2112 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
Waterfont -3 Beds; 3 Baths, 3 Levels;1 Den & Kitchen/dining Main/terrace Level!
B. F. Pruitt
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- within a few hours
- Calendar last updated:
- Jul 16, 2018
About B. F. Pruitt
B. F. Pruitt purchased this Cabin in 2012
Why B. F. Pruitt chose Centre
Owned property in this beautiful area for years. Want to share this beautiful lake that I love and enjoy.
What makes this Cabin unique
The views of the lake, mountain and sunsets are awesome! Lake Cabin is newly renovated and is extremely nice in a great area of lake that is beautiful and offers all you would want in a retreat!
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Great place to stay! Great people to do business with!
Our fishing group has stayed here on several occasions. The home is wonderful and everything you need is there. Very clean and neat. The owners are the nicest people you will ever meet. I would recommend this to anyone, fisherman or just lake lovers.
Wonderful Lake House Experience!
This lake house is immaculate, spacious and beautifully furnished. My family spent a relaxing weekend grilling out, swimming and water skiing. The boat house provided covered storage for our boat and folding chairs were available for our use on the pier. Additional perks include a great location on the lake, quiet neighborhood, plenty of dishes, grills, cookware and utensils. The owner is very nice and accommodating. I give this property a ‘5 Star Rating’ and highly recommend to others looking for a relaxing vacation on the lake. Thanks so much for providing the location for my family’s vacation and great hospitality!
A wonderful vacation!!!
My family and I had a wonderful vacation. The owners went above and beyond to assist in whatever we needed, evening bringing garden food by for us. We were all so pleased with the hospitality and the beautiful cabin. It was very clean and had everything we needed for a peaceful week on the lake. We will definitely be returning and would recommend this place and the nice owners to anyone looking for a place on the lake. Thanks again!!!
AWSOME !!!! CAN'T WAIT TO GO BACK!!!!!!!!
My family just spent 3 nights at this home and we had an amazing time. The owners were very nice and made sure we had all we needed for a great stay. The house was beautiful and plenty of room and was very clean. Loved the pier and boat lift for easy access to get in and out of our bass boat. The lake is right there in your back door. We will certainly be going back very soon. The house is located in a very nice and safe area. Thanks to the owners for making our stay awesome!!!! 5 STARS.....
World-class fishing (bass, crappie, bream & catfish), boating, water-sports, swimming, hiking, golf, drive-in theater, rock climbing, scenic drives, near historic towns of Cave Spring, GA, Berry College (World's Largest College landholder, DeSota Falls, Mentone, AL, and near world renown Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. Weiss Lake, “The Crappie Capital of the World”! Centre, Ala., is the home of beautiful Weiss Lake, 33,000 acres of blue water known as “The Crappie Capitol Of The World,” flowing from Coosa, Chattanooga, and Little Rivers and located in Cherokee County, in the very center of the county. offering 447 miles of shoreline with shallow flats, underwater dropoffs, deep channels and large coves. There are four free public access areas and 37 privately run marinas. Settled in early 1840′s, Centre became the county seat in 1844 with the U.S. Postal Service insisting on the use of the word “Center” as the mailing address. Concerned citizens of the county continued to spell “Centre” and petitioned the Post Office Department to formally adopt that spelling honoring, as tradition says, the family from England who originally settled Centre. John Jonathan Pratt, who invented what is believed to be the first typewriter, resided in Centre until the eruption of the Civil War preventing financing for his machine known as the pterotype. He moved to England where he secured the patent. Pratt died in 1905 and is buried at Pratt Cemetery in Centre. Also located in Centre is the grave of Chief Pathkiller, last local Chief of the Cherokee Indians. He is buried in the Garrett Cemetery on the bank of the Coosa River.
Rates & Availability
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Rates are subject to change until confirmed. Holidays and seasonal rates will differ. Weekly and monthly rates available by contacting owner.