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About Patti Reum
Owner lives closeby and knows the area well, especially the local birds and hiking areas.
Patti Reum purchased this Cottage in 2010
Why Patti Reum chose Blue Grass
Wonderful get-away for all seasons.
What makes this Cottage unique
Great internet, wifi and cell phone service. Owner has a booster to ensure good phone service.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
No cats. Dog must be on pest meds. More rules.
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Please remove muddy shoes inside house. Please place all used linens in bathroom.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
A friend and I had a great stay (albeit too short :) at Patti's cottage! Patti gave us tips about local places to explore for fall colors. I hope we can stay longer next time!
Two wonderful women who left my home neat, followed all the rules and will hopefully return some day. We had very interesting conversations about their professions. Patti
We loved the place would definitely stay again
Thanks for visiting! Even though the weather wasn't that great, I hope you enjoyed seeing the sights of Highland County. Thank you for leaving my cottage in such great shape! Hope you will come back another season.
Perfect relaxing getaway.
Everything was perfect. Patti ensured we had everything we needed during our stay. We will definitely be back in the future.
Thanks for leaving the cottage so clean. Come back again !
A perfect "nest" for migrating bird(er)s . . .
I was going to write, "a perfect 'perch'," but Eagle Annie's Cottage is so neatly nestled within its homey little hamlet and sheltering dell and so cozily appointed inside, that you naturally think of soft interwoven leaves of grass, downy feathers, and sky-blue robin's eggs. And what should greet me as I clambered out of the car but a veritable flock of twittering songbirds feasting at a well-stocked feeder.
Arriving just ahead of forecast snow, I anticipated perhaps having to cajole an old farmhouse radiator into sharing some heat, yet the attractive Jotul gas stove already had the place toasty warm. If you're feeling decadent, the 100%-coverage queen-sized heating pad adds a soothing touch at bedtime but, rest assured, it’s not really necessary.
Of course, stoves don't normally light themselves--nor do bird feeders typically fill automatically: it takes a special person to take care of both. Or to offer--on the spur of the moment--a glass of wine along with thoughtful, intelligent conversation. At Eagle Annie's Cottage, that person is your congenial host, Patti. Glad to lend you whatever you might need (in this case an iron skillet), she's also “cool” enough to leave you to your own devices. With her obvious love of the place rivaling her equally evident knowledge of the area, Patti is, even for a day or two, the good neighbor you've always wanted and the best friend you've never had.
NB: By way of reassurance for those who (like me) tend to check out new places from aerial photography first, please note that although the Cottage sits not all that far from the road, THIS DOES NOT MATTER! The property is fenced and landscaped and, more importantly, the road itself is barely wider or more active than the wagon track it started out as a century or two ago. I kid you not, the third and FINAL vehicle of the evening whispered past around 8:00 p.m. and after that it was nothing but listening to falling snowflakes!
Eagle Annie's Cottage was a comfortable place to spend a few days away from everything. From the peacefulness of the location, to the brilliant starry night, we were able to unplug. Patti is a gracious host and will do anything to make sure your time here is welcoming. The cottage is rustic and simple, and it felt like home. Porch sitting with a good book was definitely a favorite activity. You will enjoy your time here.
Thanks. See you again in the future. I agree with you about porch sitting!
There are beautiful wilderness hiking trails in the Laurel Fork Wilderness Area, which is quite close.