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Recent Smoky Mountains reviews

  • Great Place to Stay!

    "We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this "cottage". The house was lovely and much better than the pictures show! We enjoyed the hot tub and the outdoor fireplace so much! My sons and daughter-in-law also enjoyed their hike up the mountain behind the house. The driveway is extremely steep - but we made it ok! Would recommend to anyone wanting to stay in the Asheville area! Thanks so much!"
    Guest: Debbie P. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 13, 2016
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  • Loved-Loved-Loved

    "The pictures do not do the house justice. It was soooooo nice and big. It was a plus to have three full bathrooms. I took teenage girls who stayed up all night singing and dancing downstairs -- we could not even hear them!!! They loved going in the hot tub that had plenty of room for all of them. We rented a boat at the Mountain Marina which was only 10 mins away. Now that we have seen the area we will be back-there was so much we wanted to do. I suggest the Chunky Gal Stables for horseback riding -they were great. Thank you for sharing your home-it was all that you promised. (The wifi was great as the teenagers were uploading pics of the home to instagram on a regular basis) :)"
    Guest: paula t. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 19, 2016
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  • Sunset Ridge is named perfectly!

    "We wanted to spend a week at a restful mountain retreat with long range and sunset views - Sunset Ridge really delivered on our wish list! The views are breath taking and at night you see very few lights so it seems like you are sitting in the middle of your own private mountain range! The unit is very private and the deck is massive and wants for nothing. We didn't take advantage of the hot tub because after a day of hiking at Chimney Rock, BRP, or enjoying Asheville in 90 degree temps (unusual heat wave) it was too hot for us. But we did peak at it and it looked crystal clear and very inviting. The unit was very well appointed and had anything and everything you could want. Very, very comfortable and also nicely decorated. Oh and spotless clean as well! We saw dear and other small wildlife from the deck and would love to come back and take advantage of the really pretty outside sitting area and fire pit. Sunset Ridge is close to everything the Asheville area has to offer. Someone mentioned the drive up to the house and yes there is about 1000 feet of gravel but is very doable and not bad at all for a regular car, didn't bother us at all and so worth it. Liz and Tony are great hosts and we so enjoyed meeting both of them. Liz is only a quick text away if you need anything or have any questions. We definitely want to stay at Sunset Ridge again!"
    Guest: Jana B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 23, 2016
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  • Lovely small cabin in the woods - but challenging access!

    "I enjoyed my two days' stay at this lovely mountain cabin. But beware the steep, rutted gravel roads on the way! I managed it fine in my Jetta Sportswagen, but would not have wanted to try the rutted gravel roads in a low-lying sports car. I was nervous about the sharp gravel cutting my tires, which would not have been a happy situation on such steeply winding roads. The cabin itself was comfortable and well-equipped. It's basically a studio with one large room and a loft with very low ceilings and just enough room for a queen-size mattress. Not suitable for very small children -- ladder access is challenging and small children could fall from the loft area. The small kitchen is nicely designed for efficiency. It includes a dishwasher, smallish refrigerator, small microwave, and gas range. (No garbage disposal, but that was not a problem for me.) The bathroom was spacious with lots of drawers and a small shower (no tub). The bathroom fan made lots of noise and probably needs maintenance or replacement. The queen-size bed in the main room was fine, but not particularly comfortable. The main room also had a sofa with a pull-out bed, along with a small flat-screen television and DVD player on the wall across the room. Quite adequate for my needs. I enjoyed the small, private covered porch facing a pretty mountain/woods view. The large open deck in the photos is just below the owners' house, which looks over the deck -- fine for family picnics, but not good if you want privacy. Overall, I enjoyed my stay. The cabin would be fine for a couple and one or two children old enough to navigate the ladder up to the loft without danger. The cabin sits atop a single-car garage and a carport, but there is very minimal space to safely turn a vehicle around to exit from the very steep, deeply rutted gravel drive (which needs attention). I also found the lighting inadequate in the bathroom and kitchen area. (Adding strip lighting above the range would be a big plus.)"
    Guest: Lyn E. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 4, 2016
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