Experience a breathtaking log cabin located in Sylva, North Carolina. This 7-bedroom cabin can comfortably accommodate up to 7 guests with 3 bedrooms, 4 beds and 3.5 baths. Take a step back in time while immersed in nature’s splendor in this spacious and secluded log cabin – each bedroom featuring its own ensuite bathroom!
The log cabin boasts over 2,000 square feet of high-end rustic furnishings with an 800 square foot outdoor deck for dining or relaxing by the fireplace, plus a 9 foot pool table. Situated just 10 minutes away from historic Sylva and Dillsboro with all their famous shopping, restaurants, coffee shops, breweries; 25 minutes to Cherokee Casino; an hour away to Asheville or Gatlinburg Tennessee attractions – its owners chose 1789 to commemorate North Carolina becoming a State. While maintaining that rustic feeling with its chinking log house construction, this log cabin comes complete with all modern conveniences so you feel right at home in its luxurious comforts.
North Carolina’s Great Smoky Mountains offer a more scenic and less touristy vacation experience for families and friends to escape to for some fresh mountain air, stunning mountain views, and some time to relax and recharge. You’ll love this cabin because you get all that wonderful nature while being only 9 minutes from some fantastic restaurants and shopping. There may be two (possibly three) parking spots outside the cabin; the drive up includes an easy 3-minute gravel road but owners recommend AWD or 4WD for comfort and safety.
While on vacation in Sylvia, why not hit the trail? One trail that’s particularly fun to explore after sundown is Jackson County Ale Trail – known as one of America’s Top 10 Brewery Tours and starting right here at Sylva’s vibrant brewing scene. Enjoy more than 100 beers on tap along Historic Main Street or pick up an official field guide featuring their suggested top ten local brews. Plus, many of these establishments host live music and special events throughout the year!
Within walking distance of downtown Nantahala National Forest, there are plenty of water-based outdoor adventures waiting for you. Panthertown Valley – home to several waterfalls – provides one such spot. Visit Schoolhouse Falls, Greenland Creek Falls, Wilderness Falls or Frolictown Falls to cool off in our mountain streams. Sylvia boasts about 2,600 residents and serves as both the county and cultural center of Jackson County. Sylva’s vibrant downtown features art galleries, bookstores, farm-to-table restaurants, craft breweries and coffee shops – not to mention the historic courthouse that is one of the state’s most photographed landmarks. Plus the tree-lined streets are lined with benches for visitors to enjoy a leisurely stroll while admiring all that Sylva has to offer.
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