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Recent Bristol reviews

  • The 4 Knitting ladies

    "We had such a wonderful time! This was the first time the 4 of us have vacationed together without our husbands. The Crooked Cabin was PERFECT! Women can be difficult and we were all a bit concerned but the Cabin was perfectly appointed, very comfortable, right within walking distance of practically everything, and enough room to give us the space we needed. It's interesting "Crooked" features added laughs and conversation. Our Host and Hostess went WAY beyond what was necessary to make our stay perfect, even to bringing us a plate of cookies when WE couldn't figure how to cut the TV on! (It worked perfectly-our bad). We are already planning another trip. The 6 1/2 hr drive was well worth it, and beat stay in the hotel."
    Guest: Becky M. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 5, 2016
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  • Relaxing and convenient!!

    "We booked this at the last minute for a quick get away before we dropped our daughter off at Virginia Tech. It was a great house to spread out in, 3 teenagers and they all had their own room. the fooseball was a hit! The private cove was a relaxing spot to read and enjoy a glass of wine.The only things you need is a bathing suit and some food. the house was equip with whatever we needed to cook a couple of meals. we walked around Bristol, antique shopped, Hiked at the Channels, kayaked down the Holston River, biked the Creeper trail, and rented a Pontoon and explored the lake. It was so convenient to doc the boat at the house for a quick lunch! We went to the Farmer's market in Abingdon and got some veggies and awesome bread! Lots to see and do!! This was a good basecamp location Great way to cap off the summer and regroup for another school year! Bernard was great to work !!!"
    Guest: Lisa M. Date of Stay: August 2015 Review Submitted: September 10, 2015
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  • Perfect escape for hiking, fishing, or just kicking back.

    "We stayed for 4 nights at Brown Trout Lodge the week after Memorial Day. The location and setting of the cabin couldn't have been more perfect. With in an hour's drive of some of the best hiking in the region allowed for great days on the trail, followed up with a couple of hours of sitting by the river with the dog at the end every evening. Cabin exactly as pictured, with a well appointed kitchen with dishwasher and a full-sized washer/dryer in the modern bathroom. We appreciated the A/C, but would have also loved some screens in the windows to be able to hear the river at night and enjoy the cool breeze. Communication with the owner was prompt, to the point, and very friendly -- I didn't need to reach him during our stay, but felt confident that if I had, he would have been just as responsive. Local services for groceries, etc. within 20 minutes. A very peaceful, restorative respite from the hectic day-to-day of Washington. We'll be back!"
    Guest: Rob M. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 6, 2016
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  • Quiet -peaceful-worth every penny

    "Love the fact that this cabin was built by the Visser family with love and attention to detail. We felt very comfortable with the furniture and beds. Fishing in Doe creek was fun catching trout. Local Watauga lake is beautiful and worth renting boats out of the marina. The Butler Museum is a must if you enjoy the rich history of an American city tucked away in the mountains. Karen Visser went above and beyond through communication and help answering my questions. Games on site included volley ball net, croquet, corn hole, board games and puzzles and lots of family movies. If you like to read there are scores of books to choose from. Tv and cable worked great with DVD players too. Full kitchen with all essentials for cooking and clean Frig ready for making meals. Best part was the fire pit and dry wood which we enjoyed every evening, roasting marshmallows and talking."
    Guest: Steve M. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 2, 2016
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