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Recent Burnsville reviews

  • 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
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  • Amazing gem on a mountain.

    "My wife and I celebrated our 5th wedding anniversary ate winter star. The hiking was amazing and right out the front door. The cabin had everything you could want and more. We enjoyed the waterfall while relaxing in a hot tub as often as possible during our stay. I highly recommend this place. Everything was perfect! Enjoy"
    Guest: James F. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 16, 2016
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  • Cozy cabin with easy access to Blue ridge Parkway and Mount Mitchell hiking!

    "The cabin was comfortable, clean and had all of the amenities for relaxing after daytime exploring. The porch was my favorite part, where you could enjoy your coffee while watching the butterflies and hummingbirds, and listening to the creek babbling. The cabin is only 5 minutes from the junction of the Blue Ridge Parkway and 80 (mile marker 344), but there are also nice trails walking distance from the cabin out of the local campground."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 6, 2016
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  • Absolutely beautiful cabin!

    "Cabin Branch is gorgeous - the pictures really do not do it justice. It's beautifully decorated with lots of local artwork and warm wood surfaces. Everything you need is included in abundance - just bring your food! The beds are comfy and the rooms are very spacious. I loved the screened porch in the evenings, the open front porch and back deck for morning coffee - tons of outside area and lots of seating. While it is in a neighborhood, it is very secluded - we even saw a deer run through the back yard into the woods! Very conveniently located near Mt.Mitchell and lots of trails of varying intensity. The owner created a nice binder with all kinds of info about local trails, waterfalls, activities, etc. The owner, Ron, was super nice to deal with. Honestly, there was a scheduling snafu on the first day of our stay - the previous renters had extended their stay twice (3 weeks total), and their last day didn't make it onto the calendar, so it was double booked. Ron was very apologetic and within minutes of the discovery (we were still on the road) had found us another cabin down the street from Cabin Branch, which ended up being at the trail head for the first waterfall we wanted to see anyway (Roaring Fork Falls). When we made it to Cabin Branch on day 2, it was clear why the previous folks wanted to stay longer. The place really is that nice. I'm already looking at the calendar to see when I can go back!!"
    Guest: Audrey B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 26, 2016
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