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Recent Bakersville reviews

  • What a great Cabin!!

    "What a wonderful cabin. Two years ago we rented a chalet in Maggie Valley and the Pumpkin Patch cabin was far superior in all aspects. The location is wonderful, Bakersville is a quaint country town with access to other towns in the area. The area does not have that crowded touristy feeling found in Maggie Valley. We explored the caverns and waterfalls near Linville. The highway in front of the cabin led us up to Carvers Gap and a day hike on the Appalachian Trail. The Biltmore Estate and great BBQ was found near Asheville. The Cabin was well furnished and very comfortable. During a rain storm the cabin was very cozy, nothing like being comfortable and warm with the sound of rain on the roof. The WiFi worked well and kept my children happy. The ample kitchen allowed us to prepare breakfast and dinner. The big screen TV and satellite TV kept us in touch with the rest of the world. The owners are very responsive to any issues. During the previously mentioned rain storm some branches came down in the yard. I made a courtesy notification, and later that day workmen arrived and cleared the yard. I loved the car port and mud room, very nice quality of life amenities. The worst part of our stay was having to leave. We will definitely return."
    Guest: Tompkins Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • Great place to get away!

    "This is a wonderful cabin! The owner was great to work with! One of the things that we liked most about the cabin was the open floor plan and the beautiful kitchen. I suggest staying in one day and spending the day cooking and lounging by the fire. You can't go wrong. Another thing that we really enjoyed about the cabin was the large wrap around deck. I'm sure that there are places to go to around the area, but we mainly hung out at the cabin and did some exploring around the neighborhood. The owners mentioned that you would need 4WD to access the property. I think 4WD is only really necessary in bad weather. The road to the cabin is a short gravel road (maybe half a mile) that doesn't have any ruts, holes, or switchbacks, but it is very steep in a few parts. If you don't have 4WD or AWD I would suggest putting your car in second gear and getting a little momentum to help you make it to the top. Again, this is a really great cabin. It was clean, inviting, and had everything that you need minus the groceries;P"
    Guest: Bryan H. Date of Stay: October 2015 Review Submitted: October 29, 2015
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  • Mountain views that pictures cannot possibly show

    "This is an amazing house,especially for an extended family.The property is well maintained and there is a neighbor caretaker who has local knowledge and is very nice. The view of the Blue Ridge from the back porch is so beautiful that you may spend hours just sitting in one of the rockers and decide to just stay there all day. I almost hate to write a good review because I want to keep this place a secret.It's a great place for kids and is set up perfectly to entertain them.There is a giant upstairs loft with bunks for 5 children.The decor is beautiful but also homey and comfortable. John from Winter Haven FL"
    Guest: John T. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 25, 2016
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  • Comfortable and clean

    "The house is nice, lots of seating, speedy internet. We met the owner and his wife, who were very accommodating. We fit two families, mine and my brother-in-law's, into the home for our stay (one upstairs, one down). Kitchen had pretty much anything you'd need for cooking. Washer and dryer downstairs. Expect to have to drive pretty much anywhere you want to go, but the house is a good central starting point to a number of different areas. We took little driving excursions to Linville Falls, Grandfather Mountain (where the line was so long to get in that we left), which were both quite close, and Blowing Rock, Mount Mitchell, and Watauga Lake (which were quite a bit farther). The "Linville Land Harbor" is a nice development with a golf course there. It's a pretty area to walk around, but not much to see. There was a grill that we used; it worked well."
    Guest: Laura D. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: July 17, 2016
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