|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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Adorable privately owned, custom-built log cabin has 1,400+ square feet and is situated on 3 wooded, secluded acres, yet is just 15 minutes from quaint historic downtowns in North Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia, including Blue Ridge. Entering on a specially built ramp (wheelchair and powerchair accessible), the door opens into a large great room with cathedral ceiling. The fully equipped kitchen--microwave, stove/oven, refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher and panini grill--has a farmhouse table that seats 6. The living room, complete with ceiling fan, is furnished with a large sofa and oversized chair and 48' flat screen HDTV with satellite service, DVR, DVD and wall-mounted stereo speaker system. It opens onto a covered porch that runs the length of the cabin and is cooled by 3 ceiling fans helping the mountain breeze; a perfect place to enjoy the quiet woods while resting in Amish-crafted rockers. Above the living room is a loft furnished with matching twin beds, nightstand and dresser. The master bedroom, furnished with antiques, original art and a queen-sized iron bed, has access to the screened section of the porch through lovely French doors, fitted with adjustable shades for privacy. The bathroom is equipped with a handicap shower with removable shower head, seat and railings. All doorways on the main floor are 36' wide. One side of the furnished basement has a full-size, regulation pool table, air hockey table and two counter-height chairs. The other side has a queen-sized Murphy bed, 37-inch HDTV with built-in DVD player and satellite and DVR service as well as a full bath.
scenic railway, public library, public park with playground, wineries, wine shops, apple orchards, petting zoo, blueberry and cherry picking, Blue Ridge Art Center, art galleries, dog-friendly downtown, pet lover shop, monthly classic car shows, state parks, Cherokee National Forest, Appalachian and Benton-MacKaye Trails access, hiking/trail shops, outdoor/fishing outfitters (guides), Toccoa River suspension bridge, mining museum, Ocoee Whitewater Welcome Center, photographic destinations, waterfalls
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Cleaning Fee||C$100 + Tax|
|Pet Fee||C$33 + Tax|
|Refundable Booking/Damage Deposit||C$100|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.