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Recent Mill Spring reviews

  • Great Spot

    "On our arrival fresh baked banana bread made by owner awaited us. Nice touch place is lovely and very spacious it has everything you need and more.Shower was great.location perfect for us . Close to Asheville. This will be our first choice when coming to Asheville."
    Guest: lynda i. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 15, 2016
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  • Great property

    "Dick's cabin showed us a fantastic time. It was clean and serene. The lake was wonderful, and we particularly enjoyed the bathtub. That being said, I would not recommend fitting more than 3 skinny people, or 2 average people into the bath tub at once. My favorite part of the cabin was the extensive VHS collection, the star of which was Con Air. Con Air is an often misunderstood film, incorrectly categorized as a brainless action flick. In actuality, Con Air is a cinematic masterpiece in which Nicholas Cage takes the screen as Cameron Poe, a wrongfully imprisoned soldier with a heart of gold and unwavering moral compass. Poe goes on a tragic journey of loss and death, with fellow convicts ranging from psychotic killers, to good men who were at the wrong place at the wrong time. Despite his skills as an expert killer, Poe never abandons his humanity. The rest of the cast are as accomplished and respected thespians as Nic Cage. Danny Trejo, Dave Chapelle, and Ving Rhames, deserved to split an Oscar 3 ways for best supporting actor. We watched this movie 3 times over the weekend and would've watched a fourth had chronology allowed. Watching the original Rush Hour with Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker, as well as Die Hard 2 with Bruce Willis, took up a significant portion of our time. Thanks again for the great weekend Dick. P.S. Left you some cold ones in the fridge, brother."
    Guest: Mark B. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 8, 2016
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  • Peaceful & Fun Family Trip to the Mountains

    "My family and I recently spent a long weekend at this property. Between the convenience of Saluda and Hendersonville, as well as the tightly nestled house in the mountains, it was the perfect mix of fun and relaxation. Saluda/Hendersonville were close enough for us to get to town for some antiquing and lunch, and the peace and quiet of the house, not to mention it's breathtaking views, made for the perfect balance! We traveled with 8 adults (4 couples) and 1 toddler and the house was plenty big to accommodate all of us. My only suggestion is to add an egg crate or foam topper to help with the give/comfort of the old mattresses on the beds. Michelle was very accommodating to our early arrival and allowed us to get into the house a few hours early. Everything was spotless and overall very comfortable. My family had a great time enjoying evenings and mornings on the deck, as well as some time in and around town and can't wait to plan our next trip!"
    Guest: Hibernia S. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 8, 2016
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  • Remarkable mountaintop cabin

    "This beautiful, well-kept cabin is nestled into the woods atop a mountain, about a mile or so from the continental divide. Although it does not have a long range view, you are undeniably in the mountains, in the midst of the wild, yet just 20 minutes from the popular destinations of Black Mountain, Lake Lure and Chimney Rock. I was there for a week, partly work and partly vacation. All was clean, fresh and well appointed with everything you could need. If it weren't for my locking the key in the cabin, I likely would never have even needed to meet the hosts. Buck was very friendly and helpful. Mary Beth was always quick to respond to my communications before/after, extremely helpful and professional. I'm sure I'll be back."
    Guest: Larry L. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 28, 2016
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