About the property
- House1300 sqft
- Half Baths0
- Mininum Stay2 - 4 nights
3bdr. 2 bath, sleeps 6, large view, rock firepit, firewood furnished
Freshly renovated barn style house located just outside the charming mountain town of Franklin, NC this remodeled barn house is only 10 minutes from shopping and exploring the area. Completely furnished, bed linens, towels, dishes, cooking utensils and even a fire pit to enjoy the view that comes along with it!
House sleeps 6. On the main level there is a queen bedroom with a full bath, laundry room, kitchen, dining room & living room. In the upstairs there is a king bedroom and a twin/twin bedroom with shower bath. Flat screen with HD in the living room and in the upstairs master. There is also internet for your enjoyment.
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- Response time:
- within one day
- Calendar last updated:
- Feb 15, 2018
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Amazing view, fit 6 comfortably. Would definitely stay again!
Great location with lots of privacy, but with easy access to Franklin and grocery store.
Perfect spot for eclipse viewing. View of the surrounding mountains and the night sky was spectacular! No light pollution - the Milky Way was clearly visible. Spent many pleasant hours around the fire pit enjoying it all. (Really appreciated that firewood!)
The home itself was very clean and comfortable, and has been decorated with nice farmhouse touches. More than adequate space for six people, with comfy and nicely appointed beds for all. Kitchen had everything we needed and more.
Jeanette was very kind in answering our questions and making sure that we had a great experience. Would love to stay here again to relax at the house, and to enjoy the surrounding area without the eclipse related crowds.
Great secluded spot for a couple or family
The mountain house is nicely updated and the kitchen is very well stocked with everything you need to prepare meals. We enjoyed sitting around the fire each evening enjoying the sunset and mountain view! Use of the outdoor pool at the Wildflower clubhouse was a nice amenity. It should be noted that the upstairs bedrooms are not private because you have to pass through both to get to the bathroom.
We loved this CLEAN and well-appointed little house! It was literally tucked into the side of the mountain, with only an amazing view in sight!
The Great Smoky Mountains.. Home to breathtaking national parks and thriving artistic communities, it is no surprise that this area is one of the most visited vacation destinations in the country. And nestled right in the middle, between the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Nantahala National Forest, and the quaint mountain town of Franklin…To the west, the contiguous half-million acres of the Nantahala National Forest are home to hiking trails, mountain streams and waterfalls, the whitewater adventures of the Nantahala, Pigeon, and Ocoee Rivers, and literally hundreds of species of wildlife and flowers. To the north, the mile-high peaks of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park roll into the distance. And just five minutes away is the town of Franklin. Enjoy the leisurely pace with a stroll down Main Street to shop for pottery and antiques. Or you can catch a performance from the Western North Carolina Jazz Society, and tour the galleries and artistic communities of nearby Sylva, and Dillsboro. These towns boast charm and character that draws locals and tourists alike. Here you’ll discover a unique mix of folk art and sophisticated galleries nestled in between fine dining restaurants and comforting mom and pop diners. Asheville, Bryson City, Cherokee, and Waynesville are also only a half an hour away. Franklin is situated along major highways US 23/441 and US 64, with easy access to major interstates I-40, I-26 and I-85. Atlanta is just 127 miles to the south, Knoxville 110 miles to the north and Asheville is 65 miles to the east. Western North Carolina offers everything you could be looking for, with an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life that is hard to find.