This cozy cabin in Brasstown, North Carolina is the perfect place to start planning your Smoky Mountain getaway. The forest cabin accommodates up to three guests. The cabin is nestled in a large area of land near Brasstown, North Carolina. This 600-square foot cabin is perfect for those who are looking to get away. The cabin is designed to be functional and comfortable, a home that complements the surrounding natural beauty.
After brewing your morning coffee, you can walk around the property and meet the goats and hens that are fenced in. You may even see some deer walking through the property early in the morning. The cabin offers stunning mountain views, a pond with spring house, and is dog-friendly. This cozy cabin will be perfect for an adventurous couple and their dog who want to unplug from technology and reconnect with nature.
This studio cabin comes with a twin daybed as well as a twin trundle and pullout bed. Outside, you’ll discover a private pond with a handmade iron grill. There are also panoramic mountain views, a covered and furnished front porch and fenced-in farm animal enclosures (goats and hens). The cozy cabin features wall-to wall picture windows, a quaint dining table, a flat-screen television, free WiFi access, towels/linens and a TV tray next to the loveseat. There is also centralized air conditioning, recessed heaters, tv tray, and framed wall pictures. The cabin includes a mini refrigerator, a 5-burner gas stovetop with oven, a microwave, a toaster and Keurig coffee maker. It also has a pantry, cookware, dishes, glassware and silverware. The property’s pond is not fenced and is not suitable for small kids. The driveway can accommodate 5 vehicles.
Brasstown is a small artisan village located in the mountains in western North Carolina. At the intersection of Old US 64 Road with Brasstown Road, there are several galleries and shops that line the road. It is a small rural community with a post office. You will find the following activities and things near the forest cabin building.
Attractions. John C Campbell Folk School (1.5 miles), Cherokee Historical Museum (8.0 miles), Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel (11.5 miles), and the Salty Dog Gem Mine (25.8 miles).
Biking and hiking. Nottley Reservoir Trail (13.3 mile), Miller Trek Trailhead (15.0 miles), Cherokee Lake Recreation Area (15.0 miles), Panther Top Lookout (16.2 miles), Jack Rabbit Trailhead (1.9 miles), Nantahala National Forest (30.9).
Grocery Stores Peachtree Produce, Ingles Market, Save A Lot and Walmart Supercenter are all within a few miles.
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