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Recent Robbinsville reviews

  • 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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  • a peaceful, beautiful place even if you don't fish!

    "Pristine, sparkling stream, right there!. Loved the swing creekside and picnic table on the porch overlooking creek. Perfect, clean cabin. A beautiful place for a quick getaway with my travel buddy. We did so enjoy our time at the cabin. The mountains and waters are so beautiful from there west! Often when we go somewhere new, we spend most of our time exploring the area and basically use the house for sleeping. This cabin, porch and creek were all I needed, though we did travel the Cherohala Skyway and drive beside the upper and lower Nantahala Gorge. We loved our time there! Our host was great to work with! A serene spot for relaxing. And, major bonus for me as an artist... What a great place for a painter!"
    Guest: Elizabeth T. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 13, 2016
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  • Cozy home away from home

    "My wife and I have visited Lake Santeetlah several times over the years. We had planned on staying on the Lake at another rental with my family the month before but were unable to go due to work. We found this rental and were pleasantly surprised it was available on such short notice. We didn't need a huge home since it was just the two of us. The size of the home was perfect for us and as another reviewer wrote the additional downstairs wing with bedroom, living room, bath and small kitchen would be perfect for another couple or small family. The air conditioner froze the 3rd day of our stay but Barbara quickly responded to us and the air was fixed by the next day! Every morning we had coffee on the porch enjoying the beautiful mountain scenery. We cooked only a few nights and Barbara had all the pots pans and silverware we needed. We ate at the downstairs grill at Tapoco Lodge twice. Great atmosphere where you can watch the creek. The Greek Pizza and desserts were amazing and they offered a full bar! We rented a jet ski one day and boat another from Dayton Camp. Highly recommend this easy going family owned rental company. They gave us an extra hour for free on the boat rental! We had a wonderful stay and recommend this property to anyone looking for a property that is cozy and feels like a home away from home."
    Guest: Heath G. Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: September 29, 2015
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  • Everything I needed to disconnect from the busy outside world and reconnect with my family

    "We really enjoyed the kayaking in the warm fresh water surrounded by green mountain views. Yoga and coffee on the screened in porch during the cooler morning hours with the birds was a perfect way to begin the day. We also went hiking through beautiful landscapes with the relaxing sounds of nature surrounding us. We enjoyed the nearby Cherokee Indian reservation and outdoor theatre show for a step back into history. The Cherokee museum was Amazing! Wonderful artwork and information throughout. I would definitely recommend staying here to anyone who seeks relaxation and quiet, with the options of activity and adventure nearby. Joan, who rents the property, is a warm and friendly woman who I would rent from again. Happy travels!"
    Guest: Stephanie H. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 18, 2016
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