Welcome to our Mountain Hideaway in North Carolina,

Kick Back, relax, and make yourself at home.

Savor the cool summer evenings, enjoy the fall foliage as it sports its brilliant gold and crimson, spend a quiet day fishing for trout on the streams of the Cherokee Indian Reservation, enjoy a round of golf, or spend the day on the ski slopes (during the winter season). The quiet wooded setting seems secluded, but convenient for day trips to many of Western North Carolina's most interesting historic locations and attractions.

Located midway between Maggie Valley and Waynesville, it is situated on a large wooded lot on the side of a mountain with a bubbling mountain stream gushing along the front of the property.

In answer to your question, "How can I enjoy this stress free setting?", we invite you to rent this wonderful hideaway, complete with all the modern conveniences for your North Carolina vacation "Base of operations".


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Prices and availability.



"Trail of Tears" Outdoor Drama. In the fall and winter of 1838-1839, the Cherokees were driven from their homes and pushed along a dreary march westward. Of sixteen thousand who started that miserable journey, more than four thousand died along the way from disease, hunger and exposure. The march lasted nearly a year and ever after it was known as The Trail Where They Cried..."

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, This is America's most popular national park. Over half of the park's 514,757 acres are in North Carolina, and there's plenty of room to camp, hike, and fish. You can visit the park's Pioneer Homestead, where reconstructed log buildings, and exhibits show you the early pioneer lifestyle. Also visit Clingmans Dome, the highest mountain in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, second highest in Eastern America and highest point on the Appalachian Trail.

Blue Ridge Parkway: - Scenic roadway that stretches 250 miles from the Virginia/North Carolina border from our Northwest Mountains to Cherokee and the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Contact: Superintendent 200 BB&T Building, One Pack Square, Asheville, NC 28801. 704-259-0701. http://ncnet.com/ncnw/brp-intr.html

The Great Smoky Mountains Railway - Now in it's eighth year of providing a full season of passenger excursion trips from April thru December. On passenger schedules, the railway now operates four diesel-electric locomotives and one Baldwin steam locomotive, No. 1702.