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Recent Waynesville reviews

  • Perfect

    "We were lucky enough to stay here last month. It's perfect. I have been trying to write a review since that time but have been unable to describe it correctly. The other reviews are accurate, but amazing or gorgeous does not quite do this property justice. It is clean (I am a clean freak), it is beautifully appointed. Everything you need is there. And the view alone is worth the trip. We wanted to stay up the entire last night just because we were so sorry leave Saturday. The house is wonderful for everyone unless you don't have a car. It is perfect."
    Guest: nina m. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 29, 2016
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  • Perfect Vacation Spot!

    "My husband and I and our four good friends rented this cabin for our anniversary. We could not have had a better vacation! Mr. Dobson was very welcoming and provided the upmost hospitality. The farm was very peaceful and the cabin was very warm and welcoming and relaxing! The view is gorgeous and right outside of Maggie valley and a short distance from Waynesville. We also visited Cherokee while we were there which wasn't too far either. The two dogs Clyde and Polly stole a place in my heart and made the vacation even better. We caught our first trout in the pond and really enjoyed the fire pit. We are already planning to return next year for out anniversary! You can not go wrong with this place or owner for that matter! HIGHLY recommended! Stacey"
    Guest: Stacey F. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 4, 2016
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  • Absolutely a great view of the smokey mountains!!!!

    "We stayed for the entire week and didn't want to leave. Once we got up to the house, the view was amazing, getting up every morning and seeing the wonderful view with a cup of coffee on the deck made you feel like you just were in another dream world. We visited the surrounding area, Waynesville is a great little town, it had great restaurants, great artwork, and we even saw the elk , both the bull and female were out when we visited. Great experience!!! We really enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere, being able to lay back and red, cook, eat, and enjoy family, take daily walks with the dogs and kids. even "smelled" what we thought we some bear "leftovers" along the way, at least my dog thought so???? We will be coming back, that ids for sure... Can't get enough of a place like this... Just don't want to let too much of a good thing out so everyone catches on to how great it was..."
    Guest: Ray Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 29, 2016
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  • Wonderful location and charming place to relax after a day of playing.

    "My husband and I greatly enjoyed our stay at the Treehouse Chalet. The house has a perfect little cabin feel and has all the amenities one would need. It is well decorated, homey and relaxing. We only cooked two nights during our stay (we are pretty lazy about cooking when on vacation) but had all of the kitchen materials we needed when doing so. The bed was very comfortable and we absolutely loved having the windows open at night to listen to the babbling of the nearby stream. We used the house as mainly a place to rest and were off each day with our outdoor activities. The location of the home was perfect. It was close to Maggie Valley and Waynesville and not a terribly long drive to the National Park, Pisgah National Forest and the Blueridge Parkway. While you feel a bit more remote at the house when you're there, in actuality, you're not. Waynesville has a great grocery store and it's not a huge deal to go and pick up anything you might need during your day. Plus, there are a ton of places to grab a bite to eat if you're not into working during your vacations like we are. We loved the proximity to Asheville and we spent a couple of days there as well exploring and visiting the Biltmore Mansion. The only challenge I could see for some is the driveway and the steps up to the house. We have a 4 wheel drive Jeep and are both quite athletic so each were not a concern for us but I could see this being an issue for some. We did turn on the 4 wheel drive to get up the driveway and put rocks behind the wheels at night just to be safe. In the end, I would not recommend this house to a family with small children. It was enough to haul our stuff up and down the steps let alone doing that with kids in tow. If you have a little older children it would be best. Overall, lovely place to stay. We would absolutely stay there again and fell in love with the area."
    Guest: Nathan E. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 10, 2016
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