Feedback

This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Burnsville reviews

  • Perfect! Peaceful and secluded.

    "This cabin was fantastic. Right on the river with a porch swing and a hammock. The inside was lovely with comfortable beds and just enough space. We explored the river, enjoyed the scenery and seclusion and took plenty of convenient trips to the Penland School, Spruce Pine, Asheville, etc. Lots of art, lots of charm. We loved the Mountain View Restaurant and the Mexican El Rancho in Spruce Pine. Hammond Antigues in Burnsvilleis a must visit, Ralph Hammond will make you feel right at home. Perfect cabin, perfect trip."
    Guest: Hilary Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 29, 2016
    View listing
  • 2nd Time Staying!!

    "These last 9 days have been awesome, beautiful, peaceful and relaxing! I love the sounds of nature. Only on the weekend did we hear a four wheeler or two go up the property near us. The chipmunks and birds drove one of our dogs nuts! She thinks she's a hunting dog but far from it. I brought my on pans to cook eggs and bacon in and some plastic storage bowls but other than that everything else is here. You need your paper products, laundry detergent, dish detergent, their is no dishwasher but yourself. That was even nice too. I cooked all three meals each day. I only do this on vacation, after working at home I'm ready to go out and eat and go to bed. Perfect weather this time of year 70's/50's. A few windows will open or have screens. One box fan. I would bring at least two more for the hotter months. I love the screen door on the front and wish they had one for the back door. Love the cool clean mountain air. I did bring a blow up queen mattress to put behind the futon in the living room. The dogs have to sleep with me. The bed at the house is plush and very comfortable and my husband slept well by himself! I love this area lots to see and do. The hot tub just received a new cover while we were here. Nice having the Internet, our Verizon cell phones didn't work at the house but did in downtown of Burnsville. The creeks and rivers are beautiful and plentious are this are. Grilling and relaxing is our kind of vacation. If you are looking for excitement like crowds and noise don't stay here. This is a place to rest away from it all! The simpler things in life are to be treasured. We will hopefully return in the winter of 2017. Thanks Brad & Erin!"
    Guest: LANA S. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 29, 2016
    View listing
  • 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
    View listing
  • Very nice, clean, and well equipped

    "Our family had a wonderful time staying here. The cabin was great and the Cane river is just at the end of the road where you can fish and swim and even swing from a rope into the river. Burnsville is a great little town with some cool shops. The Blind Squirrel is a legit restaurant and brewery. The coffee shop in town, Appalachian Java, makes a killer iced Americano. The Carolina Hemlocks are about 30 minutes away where you can jump off rocks into a cold natural swimming hole or tube down the river. We spent a whole day there picnicking and swimming. We drove about an hour and half southwest and enjoyed some amazing swimming holes and waterfalls. Loved it."
    Guest: Charles V. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 30, 2016
    View listing
Sponsored Advertisement