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Recent Smoky Mountains reviews

  • Stunning view, quiet, great value

    "We are staying here for two months while looking for a second home. The view is better than anticipated, especially at night. Very quiet area but yet so close to town. Well decorated and fully stocked with everything needed to be comfortable. Enjoyed the loft for afternoon reading in the sun and the mornings working in the office nook with a large desk and Wi Fi available throughout the home. Would even buy this home if it was available!"
    Guest: Thomas C. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: February 11, 2016
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  • Pleasant secluded cabin

    "The road to the cabin is steep in places, which could pose a challenge to some cars, but the reward is at the end of the road! The cabin was well stocked with wood, cooking essentials, etc. The authentic logs gave the cabin a rustic feel than cannot be duplicated with modern cabin kits. The screened in porch allows you to experience the quiet surroundings. The air was cool even with high temps in the valley and we were able to comfortably sit by the fireplace in July. Asheville is close, you can be downtown in minutes. Recommended!"
    Guest: Mark S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 22, 2016
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  • Loved It!!!

    "Our family had a wonderful time staying in Tatonka lodge. The home is beautiful and has everything you need. We had 10 people ages 11- 70+ and everyone enjoyed it! There was plenty of space for everyone and the game room was especially nice and used by everyone! We enjoyed the hot tub daily and the fire pit one night to make s’mores (a nice added touch to have that as a welcome basket). We enjoyed the hiking the trails and the bison feedings several morning. Cheryl and her family are the nicest people and very helpful. The driveway was our only negative. The location of the house is perfect for daily outings to Asheville, Cherokee, Maggie Valley, Lake Junaluska, and Black Mountain. I would recommend staying at this house, just be ready for the driveway. If the driveway was paved all the way up it would be fine."
    Guest: John Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 25, 2016
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  • Great Family Reunion Set Up

    "We had a mini family reunion in the mountains. My wife and I with our son, daughter-in-law, daughter and two grandchildren. The house was perfect for us. Our son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren took the downstairs and were able to spread out in their own apartment. My wife and I had the master suite and daughter took the other main floor bedroom. The loft was not used by us but could have easily accommodated another couple. The location is ideal, 1/2 way between Highlands and Cashiers. We spent time in both towns and spent money shopping in both towns. Plenty of neat shops particularly on Main Street in Highlands. We took the grands trout fishing down in Scaly Mountain and hit all the waterfall viewing spots nearby. We did hike up Whiteside which you need to be in shape for. It is about a mile one way with about 800 feet of elevation change, but worth the effort for the view of the continental divide. Food shopping is easy with Bryson's in Highlands and Ingles in Cashiers. We found Dusty's Meat market on the Dillard Road coming out of Highlands. He cut some beautiful filets which we did on the grill. We ate several breakfast/lunch meals at the Fresh Market in Highlands and got great food, it is semi self service though. Of course we found Kilwins for the grandkids (ha! Grandpa's favorite). It was our ideal getaway. Family retreat. Four couples can easily stay here. If you visit you will enjoy the place. We will be back!"
    Guest: Bob H. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 4, 2016
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