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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Mountains reviews

  • Enjoyed our stay here! Thank you!

    "My husband and I stayed here from 10/23 to 10/30. The fall colors were late this year due to unseasonably warm weather and this worked out for us as there were some pretty colors to be had this week, especially on the parkway! We enjoyed the location of this home as it is not far from grocery stores and it's easy to access Asheville. Property was very quiet in a quiet neighborhood and home was clean. The driveway is a little bit steep but we made it up just fine without 4WD. You just have to use caution turning around and backing out as there is a sharp drop near where you park. The balcony is very nice and you can see the mountains. Suzanne had great communication with us through all steps of the booking process and for every question we had, very responsive and helpful. We used the downstairs bedroom though the upstairs bed was larger and looked very comfy. The downstairs bed was firm enough and the only critique is that it is awfully loud when you get into it, turn over in the night or get up to use the restroom in the middle of the night. I'm really reaching here to come up with a critique of this place. There is a home directly behind the house that is not pictured but it sits higher up the mountain and the windows of the home would look naturally over the roof of this cabin. When you put the blinds down in the bedroom, they cannot see in. We enjoy privacy and the home behind us did not disturb us in any way. The good news is that Suzy's cabin is completely geared toward the mountain view so you're not looking at neighbors when in the living spaces. We would stay here again. It was comfortable for us and we felt safe in the area, which is just a quiet neighborhood. When coming to the Asheville area, I highly recommend eating at the quirky Stony Knob Cafe in Weaverville (a few minutes from Asheville) and if you are lucky enough to score reservations or are willing to show up at 5 to 5:30 to snap up bar seating: the Admiral. The deep dish pizza, duck confit eggrolls on wasabi mashed potatoes and beef carpaccio are great at Stoney Knob. The Admiral is very popular so you need to reserve far in advance or plan to eat early. The menu rotates but we loved the pork belly steam buns, steak tartare, vegetable dumplings in harissa sauce, veal sweetbreads, octopus and a few others. Rocky's Hot Chicken by this cabin is great too. DON'T MISS Old Europe Bakery in Ashveille or the decadent dark chocolate liquid truffle at French Broad chocolate lounge."
    Guest: Angela E. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 3, 2016
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  • Nice vacation!

    "The cabin is a little dated, but clean and well furnished. TVs are nice and the kids enjoyed the pool table. We had no issues getting in and out. Thr Keurig is on it's last life. Often didn't make a full cup. The porch and swing were nice. Several deer were there to greet us when we arrived. Convenient to many things to do. We went to Foggy Mountain Gem mine, Hawksnest Snow tubing, Grandfather Mountain, and Linville Falls. Come Back Shack is well worth a visit for lunch or dinner. Troy's was great for lunch. Sunrise Grill is probably great. The wait was an hour on Sunday morning at 10:30. :-) Overall we enjoyed our visit."
    Guest: Connie W. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 20, 2017
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  • Perfect mountain cabin!

    "Very comfortable and well appointed mountain home. Enjoyed the amenities!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 27, 2017
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  • Wonderful Women's retreat

    "There were 7 of us who decided to take a girl's retreat several months ago. We had another place in the middle of NC booked but a storm came through and damaged their property and left us scrambling last minute to find another retreat location. We fell in love with Sharon's beautiful home in the mountains outside of Murphy, NC. I must say they did a wonderful job with the decor and the location in the mountains is stunning. Her home was exceptionally clean and very well equipped. The wilderness, lodge theme is just so relaxing. I think you need to know you will have zero cell phone service. You have messaging and the internet but no calls in or out on your phone. She has a land line which we used to communicate with our families. The way in and out of this remote location will cause motion sickness if you are prone to this!! I would recommend taking something before striking out to this area in general. We were lake front but had no view of the water as this is a TVA controlled lake and it is dropped in the winter. The marina has kayaks and boats to rent. We rented kayaks (2 single and 2 tandem) and enjoyed the lake immensely. Two of the women in our party were training for a 50 mile trail run and they spent 2 hours running up and down the hills in the complex and were thrilled by the experience. We had originally planned on hiking daily but the closest hikes for our group were almost 45 minutes away through the winding mountains. I would recommend hiking on the way in and the way out. The home is amazing. The location is remote but amazing. I would highly recommend this home to a family or group who enjoyed relaxing together!!"
    Guest: Rhonda S. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 1, 2016
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