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  • Relaxing

    "The cabin was very comfortable, well equipped kitchen. We felt at home. It is close to many activities. We can't wait to stay again next year."
    Guest: Tammy C. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 11, 2016
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  • 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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  • Even better than they said it was

    "The cabin sits at the top of a fairly steep private road, with views across the valley to the west from the second storey deck. It's very well appointed, for sleeping, cooking and entertaining. Good quality beds, linen, cookware, crockery, stove, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer. One bedroom upstairs, two down. Open and well furnished living areas on both levels. Although cell phone coverage is largely out of the question in these parts, the cabin has internet access and a landline. Effective A/C for our brief summer stay, and an open fire for winter. The owners' communication and response to any queries was pretty much instantaneous, their directions easy to follow, and the cabin was spotless on our arrival. We arrived from TN via the tail of the dragon; missed Cade's Cove en route and owing to passengers' propensity for motion sickness did not return for that. Stocked up on food in Robbinsville, but the alcohol-dependent should be aware that Graham County is dry: if you're planning to quaff Dom Perignon or belt down a gallon of hooch on arrival you'll need to stock up elsewhere. (The cabin is roughly equidistant between Robbinsville and Bryson City.) Highlights of our 4 days: Cherokee (the Museum of the Cherokee Indian is first rate); the Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest (a good deal better than the poem, with an easy hour or so's walk along the trails); Lake Santeetlah (swimming at Cheoah Point); Fontana Lake (swimming at the Narrows, approx 1 m east of the 28/74 intersection) - all highly recommended. As our first experience of the Smoky Mountains, we were delighted to stay here."
    Guest: k-k-k-kenny Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 27, 2016
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  • Great House on Lake Santeetlah

    "My family and I have stayed on Lake Santeetlah for several years in a row, each time in a different house. This one has been the best for our large group (12 adults and 2 kids). Well laid out, lots of beds, very nice location on the lake. The dock is great for swimming off of and docking boats and/or jet skis. We will definitely be interested in staying at this house again!"
    Guest: CL Date of Stay: August 2015 Review Submitted: September 30, 2015
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