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Recent Waynesville reviews

  • Excellent Experience

    "The owners communicated clearly and the house had all that was promised. Great view."
    Guest: Keith S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 19, 2016
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  • Reunion at Frog Holler

    "My family from Michigan and my South Carolina family met at Frog Holler for our annual reunion. There were ten total people in attendance and I was afraid the Farmhouse would be too small, but the bedrooms were spacious and there was ample room in the loft/library for the children to sleep on the floor. Although there was no air conditioning and the daytime temps were in the 90's, the afternoon rainstorms and cool mountain breezes kept us comfortable. The property was well maintained and the furnishing's comfy. It was a pleasure to sit on the front porch or, more often, on the large deck reminiscing and laughing while the children played hide and seek and caught fireflies in the dark. The flowers and landscaping are just beautiful, and the fresh country air and sounds of chickens and cows are soothing. It was located in the country, but close enough to town and attractions for the kids. I would definitely return."
    Guest: Brenda P. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 21, 2016
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  • Beautiful home with a fabulous view and close to everything!

    "Our family came up for Spring Break to stay in is what I now refer to as my sanctuary! Absolute peace and quite with the nearest neighbor barely visible through the trees - I think it took me two days to even notice! After walking in to the home for the first time, I could not believe the view in front of me...absolutely stunning! The home itself, is nothing short of exquisite with a wonderful layout, large rooms, beautiful furnishings and tasteful decor. You can tell that the owners put a lot of thought into this home and it is well maintained. There are neat little features from lighting to architectural design that were so impressive. It is stocked with everything you'd expect and even hope for - paper products, trash bags, detergents, spices, linens, Wii games, board games, etc. The kitchen has everything you need for meal preparation. There is even a substantial CD collection and stereo for guest's use that we took full advantage of! Enjoyed having the music flow throughout the home. We would sit and watch - from inside, on the screened in porch or the deck - the view constantly changing with the clouds rolling by. Nighttime offered a completely perspective of overlooking the town full of twinkling lights! The owner, David, is a pleasure and easy to reach. He met us at the bottom of the mountain and lead us up Harriett's Trail to the property. We would have never found it otherwise! The drive up (and down!) the mountain is quite the "adventure" being that it is a one lane gravel road that is quite steep and winding even going through two creeks. Follow David's instructions...take the curves wide and put it in 4WD going up and low gear going down. Takes a few extra minutes to traverse but so worth it! When we did decide to venture out, we spent time window shopping in the lovely town of Waynesville, ate lunch at Haywood's Smokehouse and also at Clyde's, toured around Lake Junaluska, and spent one afternoon in Cherokee. Dollywood, about 1.5 hours away, provided a full day of activity. We also explored the nearby National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway and sought out quite a few waterfalls. Many things to do with so little time. This place is close to everything! We hated to leave but look forward to returning one day! Many thanks for a wonderful family vacation!"
    Guest: Stephanie W. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 11, 2016
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  • Delightfully comfortable and scenic rental in the mountains!

    "My girlfriend and I stayed at the delightful Cataloochee Mountain Cabin over this past Christmas (2015). The cabin was beautiful, relaxing, warm and cozy (not to mention very clean with a well-equiped kitchen, comfortable couches and beds, and a wonderful fireplace). We particularly enjoyed sitting outside on the deck in the morning with tea and then again at night with hot chocolate or cocktails. Walking down the Mountain after tea in the morning to feed the donkeys, geese, ducks and horses was a nice start each day. And, toward evening, we saw dozens of elk at the bottom of the Mountain and even more at a closeby park in the Cataloochee Valley. The Cabin is secluded enough to be able to take a break from city life (we live in Los Angeles) and yet close enough to Asheville and Waynesville to go sightseeing (I highly recommend spending a day at the Biltmore Estate), shopping (downtown Asheville and Waynesville are musts), and eating out. Bottom line – I highly recommend the Cataloochee Mountain Cabin. My only regrets from our trip are that we didn’t stay for a longer period of time."
    Guest: Andrew Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: February 12, 2016
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