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Recent Robbinsville reviews

  • Enjoy the REAL flavor of the lake!

    "It's with some hesitation that I write this review. You know how you happen upon something that you feel is a treasure, share it with others, and word spreads, then YOU suddenly have limited access to "YOUR" find? I don't want that to happen with this sweet lake house; however, it's not fair to the fantastic owners to not let others in on the secret. This was our second time staying in this lake house. Here's the deal: This is one of the older homes on the lake (we LOVE that), so it offers that wonderful campy feel. There are NO steps from your car to the back door; however, as with all the houses, there are stairs down to the lake and (NEW) dock. The front porch, overlooking the lake and mountains, has got to be one of the best. It offers a place to dine, ample seating, a gas fireplace/stove, and a great place to sleep. It's where we spent most of our time on both visits, and where we always ate when not out on the lake. The kitchen is well-stocked, though no dishwasher (typical of these lake houses) and offers a large eating area. The living room is bright with two sets of sliding glass doors looking out to the screened porch. Despite being heavily shaded, the house is bright. The heavy shade and being on the lake result in humidity in the house, but it's not anything you can't deal with. Due to the one bath situation, you'd probably want to stay here only with those with whom you're rather close. :) This is the perfect place to really get away. Cell phone reception is extremely limited, but there is wi-fi at the house. We don't know about the satellite/cable situation. We only turned on the television one evening to watch one of the movies in the collection. Restaurants are limited in the area. We preferred to cook at the house almost every night. Also, this is a "dry" county. You'll have to drive quite a way to purchase alcohol, so bring it with you. You're entrenched in nature here and on a lake, so enjoy it! The owners are truly great! Both times they got back with us immediately. We had no problems during either stay, but I feel that they would have been very responsive. And both times they welcomed our dogs. All in all, this is THE BEST deal on Lake Santeetlah. Now you're in on the secret."
    Guest: MTS Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: October 4, 2015
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  • Spectacular

    "This was our 1st vacation on Lake Santeetlah & the house we rented was wonderful. Beautifully decorated with all the comforts of home & then some! This home is complete with sunroom, deck, & dock; all with magnificent views! The place is so well equipped, we only left for groceries & the town is only a five minute drive! The lake is gorgeous & serene surrounded by mountains. The owners are great people, very accommodating, helpful, & so gracious! Our stay could not have been more perfect. We will definitely return & often!"
    Guest: Carolanne P. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: April 13, 2016
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  • Feels like home (away from home)!

    "We really loved our time at this cabin! The grandkids ran straight for the creek as soon as they discovered it. We traveled by motorcycle, and our daughter came with her van and the 2 grandkids (10 & 14). The road was easily accessible by motorcycle and car. We really appreciated the covered parking space for our bike. We took many day trips in the van, and my husband took the grandkids and daughter on a ride at the Tail of the Dragon (Hwy. 129). Once we were familiar with getting to the cabin, everything was easy to find. Lots of curves and hills! A biker's dream ride. Took a trip to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and saw a bear run across the rode at Cade's Cove, also several deer. Took at trip on Hwy. 219 South, then 74 to Wayah Road. Lots of waterfalls on the way to hike to the Wayah Bald historic rock lookout tower, which overlooked Franklin, TN. We ended the week with whitewater rafting at Nantahala Outdoor Center. What a blast! The weather did not want to cooperate for having a fire in the fire pit for roasting hot dogs and marshmallows, but we did it in the rain anyway! It was kind of a running joke…let's go home and build a fire so it will rain! Memories in the making. I loved sitting on the deck and listening to the creek and watching our family have fun. We got to meet the owners of this beautiful home, as they also own the cabin next door. They brought their grandson with them, which was great for our grandson as he had someone to play with. Thank you, Anna, for the delicious cookies and taking DJ for a float down the creek with you and Mason, and then feeding him lunch! He had a great time. It gave his big sister a break, too. She even had fun playing in the creek with Mason. Everything you could want (and more) was supplied, complete with inflated inner tubes for floating in the creek. All you need is yourself, clothes, beach towels, paper goods, and food if you are eating in! I am glad this was a positive experience for us, as it is the first time we have done a VRBO. We are already thinking about coming back again in another season!"
    Guest: Debra L. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 12, 2016
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  • Quiet Family Get Away

    "My family stayed at the cabin over the 2016 Memorial Day weekend to visit the Cherokee Indians Fading Voices festival and to just get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The cabin is well stocked, clean and the owners called us throughout our stay to ensure we were happy. My five year old son practiced casting in the river on the backside of the property, while I went off and tried my luck fly fishing. The trout did not disappoint. Our two year old daughter loved eating smores at the firepit. Both kids enjoyed the bunk beds. The stars and fireflies were something else. This place is remote enough to get away from it all, but close enough to Robbinsville (about 15 minutes) in case you need some supplies. It is also conveniently located to the Joyce Kilmer forest. The roads are all paved to get to the cabin and our minivan was more than enough vehicle to handle the terrain. Some of our friends showed up for the initial part of our stay, and the cabin had ample space for four adults and our two kids. My son is already asking when we can go back to the cabin (it hasn't even been a month). All in all, we had a pleasant time and would definitely stay here again."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 17, 2016
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