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  • Quiet paradise...

    "This beautiful cabin is locked away off the beaten path. No sounds of traffic, only the sound of the small stream out back. The cabin itself is very tastefully decorated, and very clean. Very close to the Cherohala, and the Gap is a stones throw away for motorcycle, and car people. I enjoyed the place so much I'm looking at booking it again. Jay."
    Guest: Jay C. Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: May 8, 2016
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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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  • Greaty Week at Santeetlah

    "Thanks Debbie and Joan for another wonderful mountain lake get away. Everything was so wonderful. A peaceful relaxing time with family and friends. We'll do it again!! Bill and Julie Ogletree"
    Guest: Bill O. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 19, 2016
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  • Awesome little secuded in the hills!

    "Our family stayed at this cabin this week. When we arrived, the cabin was clean. They provide everything you could possible need, fresh linens, fully stocked kitchen with newer appliances (including a dishwasher), and a mini fridge sink, microwave, and toaster in the downstairs master suite! The beds were VERY COMFORTABLE! They might have been the best beds we have ever slept in away from home! They provide bird food and corn for feeders located around the decks, and it was interesting watching the birds and squirrels in the morning! The cabin is high enough up the hill to feel very private, even though there are other cabins nearby. We could only see one, through the trees below us, and we couldn't see much, just a little light and the color of a car parked there. We brought our motorcycle to take a few rides while we were here. There is enough room to trailer in, as long as your trailer is small, and you can unhook and walk it around to turn around (there isn't quite enough room to turn it around at the cabin). Yes, the road up is steep, and perhaps a little scary the first time, but it's not horrible. I was a little worried about riding the bike down and up the road to the cabin, but my worries were unfounded. I think it was easier than driving the truck up. We only rode a few hundred miles through the mountains (our teenage kids were with us, so we didn't think it fair to leave them for long), but this is some beautiful riding! I can't imagine much prettier except for some of those bucket list place like the Pacific Coast Highway. We were looking for a place, away from the hustle and bustle of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, but close enough to the Smoky Mountains National Park to make day trips. This location perfectly fit the bill. We took day trips into the park to Cades Cove, Clingmans Dome, and many other parts of the park. We grabbed meals in Townsend, Bryson City, and Cherokee, and was happy with each meal (check tripadvisor for the highest ranked places). We also prepared several meals in the cabin, especially breakfasts, but also used the provided grill to prepare steaks and burgers! If were return to the Smokies, we would definitely book this place again."
    Guest: The Davis family Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 19, 2016
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