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Recent Burnsville reviews

  • Home away from home... but cleaner!

    "Wow! What a great property. (and I am not easily impressed) The Trillium Cabin was extremely clean and so comfortable. The beds and pillows were the most comfortable I have encountered in a rental. The cabin is well stocked with all the essentials and extras you might need to make your stay easy. There is a book with all the area info and recommendations so you don't have to think too much. I loved that it was in a beautiful, quiet setting but just a few miles from downtown Burnsville where we could pick up some basic groceries and also have dinner out. Laura was very easy to talk with when I had a question about where we could go fishing. We only had a few days at the cabin but packed in Smore's at the fire pit under the stars, easy hiking at a nearby waterfall (Roaring Fork Falls, Pisgah Nat'l Forest), horseback riding at Wolf Laurel Stables, zip-lining down the road at Blind Squirrel Zip Canopy Zip Line Tours, hot-tubbing on the cabin porch, fishing in the Cane River from the pavilion on the property (actually I spent more time untangling the line and lures out of the tree branches thanks to my kids), craft shopping at the Mount Mitchell 60th annual Craft Fair in downtown Burnsville, and driving around amidst the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains and farm land. Hope to return to this great property next spring for a longer stay."
    Guest: Kelly T. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 9, 2016
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  • Good place for family reunion

    "My large family stayed at this home and really enjoyed our time. Gorgeous views, spacious rooms for hanging out, and the house has several different levels, so kids can sleep in one section while adults are playing games and laughing in another. Liviu is really good with communication and always responds quickly to messages. That is a huge plus in my opinion. Pros: Big kitchens TONS of natural light Big outdoor deck with a metal fence Great view of mountains/golf course Quiet, peaceful environment A study and reading room for reflection or reading Lots of DVDs and some books Two kitchens on different levels, so food prep can happen quickly I have to nitpick to say negative things, and each guest has certain things that they care about or prefer, so these things may not even be an issue for other guests. Cons: -Steep sloped driveway (which can't be helped due to the terrain) may be scary for some drivers and difficult for unskilled manual transmission drivers -The steep roads driving up the mountain to the house were very taxing for 4-cylinder Camrys with even light cargo/few passengers, so we had to leave a few cars at the base of the mountain and use the SUVs for a few extra trips to ferry people up and down -The wifi was very inconsistent and not enough for internet usage, so computers/netflix/facebook/etc... were not an option. This house and location are a place you definitely would want to visit to get away from computers and the busyness of everyday life, but since a few of us are self-employed we were unable to do any of our admin/business upkeep work at the house and had to drive approx. 25 mins. for internet access. The mountains also blocked AT&T phone reception, so several of us were completely and hopelessly off the grid while at the house. Again, being in the home and away from everything was great and I treasure the memories we made at this beautiful place, but it was difficult to keep current with potential clients and work emergencies and such. -I think our family was one of the larger groups that have stayed here and so we used all the towels that were at the house. There is a good washer/dryer and laundry is no problem, but you may consider bringing a few extra towels is you have 15+ people in your party. -The bathrooms didn't have shower curtains, so shower water splashed onto the floor. That may be a European architectural thing, but it just necessitated an extra towel on the floor to catch that splashing"
    Guest: Ryan B. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: August 13, 2016
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  • absolutely perfect

    "Huge kudos to Ron Mashburn for providing my friend and me with a truly fabulous NC mountain experience. Right from the beginning I felt that this property was special, and I was not mistaken. I received a virtually instantaneous response to every single communication I sent to Ron prior to, during, and even after our stay. He was unfailingly warm, positive, and ready to help in any way. The directions to the home, and the instructions once we arrived, were organized and detailed. The chalet itself is utterly charming: spacious, impeccably clean & fresh, and truly beautiful. The level of thought and care that had been put into the smallest details (right down to night lights in the bathroom and at the stairs to the loft!) made us feel secure, comfortable, and very much at home. This is a lovely home that even smells wonderful! You can be very content simply staying put (with lots of room inside, as well as a peaceful, tranquil deck and a friendly fire-pit). Or, there are many things to do in the area, especially if you enjoy nature - starting with the not-to-be-missed Roaring Forks waterfall, which is conveniently close to the house and involves a completely non-strenuous half-mile stroll on an old logging road to the falls. A couple of notes for prospective guests: 1) Despite what your GPS says, if you are coming from Asheville and, like us Floridians, are NOT used to driving winding, twisty steep mountain roads, the time it takes to come south to the chalet through Burnsville is absolutely the same - and far & away less nail-biting! - than the trip north via Marion. 2) The secondary road up to the chalet is steep and winding, but it's paved every bit of the way and isn't difficult (even for us flatlanders, who didn't feel the need to put the car into 2nd gear once - even in the rain!). 3) Not only were we unused to mountainous terrain, but (even more embarrassingly) we seem to be directionally challenged on occasion, and despite the very clear instructions it took a while to actually FIND the back door! Just in case any other visitors should be similarly disadvantaged, from the parking area walk to the LEFT end of the house and around the corner, and - voila. :)) Ron, many thanks again for all your assistance, for the serenity of your beautiful mountain paradise, and for being - so - NICE! I definitely intend to come back."
    Guest: Jan N. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 24, 2016
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  • Great place on S. Toe River.

    "Such a great place to get away. This is our 3rd year and can't say enough about how great everything is. So much fun fishing and tubing right out the back door. Great location for exploring waterfalls and Blue Ridge Parkway. Burnsville has nice shops and dining as does Spruce Pine. The house is set-up with everything needed for a relaxing time with 2 decks, grill, fire pit. I like to sit in area down by river and watch the fish, deer, and other wild life. I can't wait to be back again and explore more of this great area. Thanks Mike and Robin for sharing your home with us."
    Guest: John S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 9, 2016
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