The perfect get-away on Lake Hartwell! Anchors Away is a waterfront home on a quiet cove in Reed Creek right off big water and out of the way from all the boat traffic and waves. Fish right off our covered dock, enjoy using our 2 kayaks, or relax on your floaty and feel your cares drift away. This open airy cottage has over 1,300 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath and 1 half bath with an over-sized deck and beautiful views of the lake. Anchors Away features granite counters, stainless steel appliances, wireless internet, DIRECTV, dining area, great room with large sectional, wood burning fireplace, outdoor firepit, and fully-equipped laundry room.
Main level- Kitchen, dining area, great room with queen fold out sectional, 2 bedrooms each with queen beds, 1 full bath, 1 half bath.
Ground Level- 1 bedroom with queen bed and twin bunk bed, laundry room with full size washer and dryer.
Anchors Away is only about 100 miles from Atlanta, 35 miles from Clemson University, 51 miles from University of Georgia, 60 miles from Helen, GA, and close to several state parks including Tugaloo, Tallulah Gorge, and Victoria Bryant. You can also just stay in Hartwell and enjoy the quaint restaurants, antiques stores, and specialty shops in the historic downtown. Boat ramps and Hartwell Marina less than 10 minutes away.
Lake Hartwell has over 960 Miles of shoreline and approximately 56,000 acres of water. On a lake of this size everyone can enjoy boating, skiing, jet-skiing, canoeing, kayaking, and sailing. There are also 21 species of fish in Lake Hartwell to keep your pole jumping. Lake Hartwell is also home to many fishing tournaments including FLW Fishing League Worldwide and American Bass Anglers American Fishing Tours.
Golfing in the Lake Hartwell area is at its best. Cateechee Golf Club offers 475 acres designed by renowned architect Mike Young and built in 1998. Cateechee wanders through 474 acres of spectacular natural landscape with tree-lined fairways, four dog-legs, three ponds and a well-positioned creek on the finishing hole gives golfers a spectacular golf experience.
Just 51 miles away is the Chattooga River, "the crown jewel of the southwest, offers whitewater rafting and there’s nothing like it. The Chattaooga river is undammed and remains the only river East of the Mississippi that hosts commercial rafting while bearing the national designation of a Wild and Scenic River. With spectacular falls and an abundance of wildlife, the Chattooga is one of the top destinations for adventurers and thrill seekers.