Sheltered from the paved road, the setting of the Mountaineer is completed by the graveled, pull-through driveway that encloses the classy looking cabin in foliage. Woods separate you from your only neighbor on the left. There is plenty of parking for guests, with no tight corners or steep climbs so that it's easy to drive in and out of the cabin. On arrival, a long elevated front porch overlooks the driveway and new fire pit area.
Inside, Pergo floors with colorful carpets, scores of knotty pine walls, and soaring wood ceilings remind you that you are in the mountains! A wood burning fireplace for those chilly nights, leather couches, and dining for six with windows overlooking the woods makes the open floor place of this vacation rental like a 'home away from home'! A huge 42' flat screen TV provides hours of digital entertainment, as does the stereo. Wireless internet and local phone service is provided for your convenience.
Three bedrooms make this cabin a smart choice for 3 couples, or extended family. Each sunny bedroom overlooks the woods, with a king bed with topper and plush pillows, plus a TV and DVD player. The largest upper bedroom features a reading alcove with leather recliner in the dormer. Cabin-themed bathrooms with tub/shower combos are located next to two of the bedrooms.
A brand-new washer and dryer set in the upstairs hallway take care of any laundry needs you may have.
The fully-equipped L-shaped kitchen hosts a microwave, flat top stove and oven, full size refrigerator, and dishwasher. A blender, crockpot, coffeepot, and wide slot toaster oven take care of your small appliance needs, and plenty of silverware, glassware, Pyrex, dishware and Tramontina skillets and pots allow you to cook when you feel like it.
On the screened back deck, a huge bubbling hot tub with new cover overlooks the side yard while you soak away the tensions of your day. A new Weber grill and picnic table to the left of the cabin create an natural setting to eat your summer meals.
The cabin is located just off Route 356, less than six rolling miles from the town of Helen, or just 2.7 miles from beautiful Unicoi Lake and Anna Ruby Falls. Take in the beauty of the surrounding Chattahoochee Forest, tube in the Hoochee River that winds through the town of Helen, relax in a horse-drawn carriage in town, or ride your own horse in one of the two stables close to town. Shopping and restaurants are plentiful, and local wineries make for a memorable day during your stay!
Come stay in the comfort of your own cabin, complete with all the amenities you need!