This tiny home in Franklin North Carolina can accommodate up 4 guests and offers 1 bedroom, 2 beds, 1 bath. The tiny home features a new jacuzzi. If you’ve ever dreamed of staying in a tiny house, this is your chance. You can enjoy a relaxing vacation on top a mountain ridge. The jacuzzi and hammocks allow you to relax by the fire. You can take a hike or explore the natural world during the day. The tiny home is located just one hour from Asheville, half an hour to 45 minutes from Cherokee, Maggie Valley and Cashiers, and Highlands.
You can take a train ride to Nantahala, go white water rafting or zip line during your vacation. You can relax in the rocking chair and watch the hummingbirds. Enjoy a laugh with your friends at the firepit, or take a break in the hammock. You can also relax on the deck and enjoy delicious food prepared on the grill. During your stay you will have full access the tiny home and its property. The tiny home is located on a mountain, where the internet is not always reliable and limited.
The tiny home is located at Franklin, North Carolina, United States. This is a new rental. The tiny home is a tranquil, relaxing retreat that is close enough to explore. The soil around Franklin was enriched with precious gemstones thousands of years ago by the movement of ancient rivers and glaciers. People travel from far and wide to visit the gem-mining capital of the world to pick up their precious gemstones. There are at most four gem mining operations in the region that offer visitors the chance for fun and to find beautiful gemstones. You can also visit a few museums, catch a show at the Smoky Mountains Center for the Performing Art, and visit a couple of local craft beers. Outdoor enthusiasts can put on their hiking boots to hit the Bartram Trail, or walk the Little Tennessee River Greenway.
Wayah Bald Outlook Tower, Franklin, North Carolina. The Wayah Bald Outlook Tower can be found in the Nantahala Natural Forest. It is a must see attraction for nature lovers. It is a short walk from the summit parking lot to reach the lookout point. You can climb to the top of the Civilian Conservation Corps’ 1937 stone fire tower, which offers spectacular views of the surrounding area. On a clear day you should be able see the Great Smokey Mountains, Tennessee to your north and the rolling hills Georgia to your south. Cherokee Ruby and Sapphire Mine in Franklin, North Carolina. The Cherokee Ruby and Sapphire Mine is home to natural mineral-bearing deposits that have been left behind by ancient glaciers and rivers. Visitors can spend time exploring the mine for their own precious stones.
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