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Recent Blue Ridge Mountains reviews

  • Peaceful

    "My wife and I have stayed at Hilltop Hideaway twice now. We have had an excellent experience both times. The moutain views are great and you have plenty of privacy . It's very quiet with no other cabins close. You are close to Grandfather moutain, Boone, Downtown Banner Elk, waterfalls, Beech Mountain, mast general store and much more. The beds are very comfortable with plenty of blankets and pillows. There is a washer and dryer that works great also. My sister came to visit and drove her Toyota Prius up the gravel road that leads to the cabin without any problems. My wife went to town a couple time's and I stayed at the cabin and just soaked up the views from the porch. There is satellite TV and a fireplace. Our First stay in Dec we used the fireplace with the provided wood. It was so nice to have a fire going. Come fall time we will go back for our third stay. It's a great cabin in a great location. Bryan Carbino."
    Guest: Bryan C. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 21, 2016
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  • Relaxing and convenient

    "Thank you for a wonderful week's accommodations! My husband, (4-yr old) daughter, and I had a lovely stay. The cottage is adorable and just what we were looking for to get away from our busy lives. The hot tub was enjoyable and the location was great for trips into Asheville and local hikes around Black Mountain. I particularly enjoyed getting out for some since bike rides - the scenery is beautiful! Thanks again!"
    Guest: Bethany H. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 19, 2016
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  • Awesome cabin

    "We were a family of 10 along with 4 babies in pac n plays and still had plenty of room. The cabin is fully stocked with whatever you may need, just bring your clothes and paper products. The views from the hot tub are spectacular. If you are planning to ride the train it is within 15 minutes of the cabin there is also a grocery store located 6 miles. We had a great time and would highly recommend this property to anyone with a big family."
    Guest: Tracy K. Date of Stay: October 2015 Review Submitted: November 2, 2015
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  • Nice stay. great for dogs. Little dated. Will return.

    "I went up to beautiful Lake Nantahala for four days with my husband, son, and his friend. I wish that I would have brought my two little dogs. It is the perfect place for dogs. There is little traffic as it is nestled away on an almost private road. The location is convenient as it is close to the Lake's-End marina and restaurant. It sleeps about 12, including two sofas. The bed and bath are upstairs. The kitchen and half bath is downstairs. There is one working fireplace downstairs, and they provide the wood. We loved this. There are no decks, but there are large picture windows and a patio. It would be great if there was some vista pruning, but one can still see the lake pretty well. The place is clean but has a slight mildew odor in the upstairs area. There is no dishwasher and no wifi. Cell service was also not existent for our carrier. The neighbors oversee the place and are wonderful. They answered our questions and made sure that we had everything that we needed. They also rent their pontoon boat for a great price. It is a bit dated, but they are refurbishing it soon. It is a great deal at 165.00 per day plus paying for gas. We took the boat out and toured the entire lake. The boat owners are flexible and knowledgeable about the area. The dock is also a bit dated, but the owners are getting a new one soon. Two canoes, a flat bottom boat, a grill, all cooking utensils, etc. are included. Also, bedding, bath and beach towels are provided. This place provided a nice unplugged weekend. It was only 17 miles to Franklin, NC, where we ate at the food truck and tested samples at the Loafing Hiker Brewery, and 15 or so miles to Anderson. There is hiking everywhere. We spent most of the time pontooning and kayaking on our own kayaks. The marina rents paddle boards, kayaks, etc.. We will return."
    Guest: Jill H. Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: September 27, 2015
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