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Recent Blue Ridge reviews

  • Fabulous!

    "We had a wonderful time! The cabin was beautiful! My siblings and our families met there for a weekend of rafting and laughter. The cabin was the perfect place, everything was wonderful and convenient. Conveniently located to the Ocoee Rafting sites and spacious enough for us all. Lots of windows and we got to enjoy a peaceful afternoon rain shower! The weekend and the cabin couldn't have been more perfect. Thank you Theresa and Jim"
    Guest: Nikki W. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 11, 2016
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  • Lovely cabin with great amenities

    "It's not easy finding a pet friendly cabin with paved roads leading to it. (The driveway is paved also, although the picture shows gravel. It just hasn't been updated yet.) This one met that criteria, although the road leading to it was a little like being on a roller coaster with those steep hills and turns. The cabin itself is cozy and extremely comfortable. The kitchen is well stocked. The beds are comfortable. The entire cabin is nicely decorated. There are nice personal touches too, like cook books, games and novels. The screened porch was my favorite aspect of the cabin. With the fans running, we stayed out there all day. This cabin is deep in the woods with views of deer and wild turkeys, but no mountain views in the summer. I've stayed in quite a few cabins in Blue Ridge and this is the first one without dead, stuffed animals on the walls. Thank you for that!! (It's not fun eating with a huge buffalo head staring at you!) Bryant's directions to the cabin were essential for finding it. Without them, we would never have found it. We very much enjoyed our stay here."
    Guest: Jill R. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 2, 2016
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  • Excellent option for a one-night stay

    "We wanted to mingle through the southern smokies on our way to see a relative in Georgia, so we didn't want to commit to two-plus nights in this area. Typically, one night stays are not as comfortable as the multi-day stay places in tourist-friendly areas. This place was cozy and had some nice features in that you can fish for trout in a couple of small pools that have stocked trout from upstream. Another great feature was the washer/dryer option, hard to find in a place that only required a one-night stay. Only downsides (and they were very minor) were that the property was close to a small highway, and the setting was more ideal for a small family with kids as opposed to a more secluded, romantic getaway that we would have preferred. Amenities were clean and soft, and the neighbor overseeing the property was nice to have available, should there have been a need to address any problems (which we didn't have). Very friendly and helpful owner and caretakers. Would rate 4.5 or 5 if we had caught this option with more fishing options available (larger creek pools/higher amounts of trout on site), but we didn't stay during the optimal trout season. The owner & neighbor caretaker (Don) did offer some good advice on nearby places to explore for convenient fishing options that were close to the property. If stocked trout were more concentrated in the upstream pool, the overhead light from the cabin would make for a fun way to spend an evening."
    Guest: Monte O. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 30, 2016
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  • A Refreshing Retreat

    "Heavenly Hideaway IS Heavenly We rented the cabin for a family reunion, and it was perfect for our needs. The pictures actually don’t do it justice, which is always a pleasant surprise when renting sight unseen. The bedrooms are spacious and comfortable, and the shared gathering room is large enough for several people, but it isn’t too large to be cozy. The different levels really suited our family’s needs, with the kids having plenty of lower-level space. The kitchen is well equipped and included basic things such as trash bags and paper towels which I brought along, not knowing what to expect. We took full advantage of the hot tub, and relaxed on the huge porch’s rockers. Pulling a boat trailer and arriving after dark, we found the road was a bit dark and scary and we missed a turn. I’d definitely recommend a daytime arrival! Our French guest was completely charmed by the rustic beauty of the cabin and its wooded lot, and delightfully exclaimed that she felt like she was in a movie about the American frontier. Overall, we found Heavenly Hideaway to be clean, comfortable, and cozy, just exactly what we needed for our family escape."
    Guest: Arthur P. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 1, 2016
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