Hot Springs, NC, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Hot Springs

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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceOur mountain getaway is backed by the Pisgah National Forest. The French Broad River flows below the small bluff we perch upon, and you have private access to the river! We are a straight, flat, 6-mile (3 paved, 3 gravel) scenic drive along the river to the town of Hot Springs. The drive to Asheville is an easy, 45 minutes of beautiful mountain farm land scenery. This is not a sterile vacation rental; this log cabin is filled with unique finishing touches designed to give you a true NC mountain getaway experience. Enjoy a sunny deck or a screened porch with fans as you relax in the privacy Paint Rock Cabin offers. Linens and kitchenware are provided, and well-behaved pets are welcome to enjoy the mountains. The master bedroom offers a Queen sized bed and a Jacuzzi Tub, while the downstairs room offers two daybeds with trundles that can be configured in multiple ways, including 4 twins or two kings or the kid favorite, Giant Super Bed. Terraced garden beds are wonderfully landscaped with different flowers blooming throughout the growing season. A fire pit is located in the woods, and a hammock always begs for a breezy nap. Our private access to the river includes 5 acres of shoreland where you can peacefully enjoy our calm French Broad river pool. This is the perfect location to bring your fishing rod and picnic, build a fire, and enjoy a slower pace everybody deserves. You can also easily launch a river vessel here to enjoy the casual flow of the river. Kayaks, rafts, tubes, and canoes all work well in the French Broad and make for perfect afternoon fun. Hot Springs is such a great town, recently voted "Best Small Mountain Town" by Blue Ridge Mountain Sports Magazine. The Appalachian Trail runs directly through downtown as does the French Broad River. The Hot Springs Resort draws many people to town to soak in the natural mineral waters and get massages. We have a moderately steep driveway paved up the steepest part and gravel at the top and bottom. I had no problem in a Taurus or Charger getting up, but a weighted down minivan may "struggle". ADVENTURE DISCLAIMER- *****PLEASE NOTE*****: The French Broad River has flooded about 6 times in the last two years (2013 was a record flood year for this area/ NOT normal), and when it floods, River Road floods. Of course we have no control over this happening. Usually, guests can exit one of 2 back ways into Tennessee which adds an additional 45 minutes to the trip back to Asheville; however, if the river is exceptionally high, you will be flooded in both ways. Good news is the river recedes quickly, but this could mean an extra one or more unexpected days if you are already there, or it could mean you not being able to get to the cabin for check-in. We, of course, would be in touch with river gauges to notify you, but we just need to know our guests have a sense of adventure when they book our cabin! If this sounds like a nightmare to you, you probably should book something closer to town. We keep extra gallons of water at the cabin, wifi has never gone out during flooding, and there's a woodstove with firewood provided should it happen during the Winter along with a storm that knocks out power too! (Yes, it has happened!) We will help you rebook closer to town and apply your Paint Rock Cabin money towards a comparable rental or give you credit to come stay with us another time should flooding affect your arrival. Normal cancellation policies will apply if the road is not flooded and you simply decide not to come to Hot Springs. Guest AccessPaint Rock Cabin does NOT have an open view to the river. You can see the river in places, especially during Winter months, but we have chosen to keep hidden from the River Road traffic. Interaction with GuestsWe live about 40 minutes from this cabin, so interaction would be phone/email as much, or as little as guest desires! The NeighborhoodPrivacy, yet not totally alone out there. Another couple stays frequently at their cabin further down the road, and another couple is in the midst of building their vacation cabin down below ours, so others are around at times. From our cabin, however, you can't see either, and they can't see you. Locals fish along River Rd, and both locals and visitors enjoy the Paint Creek Corridor. I love watching for wildlife while driving along the River Rd approach to our cabin. We've seen eagles, osprey, herons, geese & turkey galore, foxes, snakes, turtles, and otter. In the evenings, you can hear the peepers & bullfrogs. Our game camera on our adjacent lot has shown late night deer and a bear! We've not see the bear during the day though. Wonderful place to enjoy nature and experience silence. Getting AroundHot Springs has a few different shuttle options for drop off and pick up from various points on the river for you boaters. Other Things to NoteWHERE ARE WE IN RELATION TO DOWNTOWN HOT SPRINGS? We are on the "Marshall/Weaverville" side of the Hot Springs bridge- turn AT THE FRENCH BROAD RIVER BRIDGE onto RIVER ROAD and find us 6 miles downriver(URL HIDDEN)************** Downtown Hot Springs to Paint Rock Cabin is 6 miles downriver and will take you 10 minutes to drive. The drive is 3 miles of pavement and 3 miles of gravel through the protected bio-diverse section of River Rd. This is a flat, straight (a few slight curves) and scenic drive that follows the French Broad River downriver into TN. You will see our cabin sign on the right side of River Rd at the 6-mile point. Our shared river-access land is 1/4 mile beyond our driveway at the red park-like gate marked River Road Retreat Homeowners Association (on the left side of River Road). You are free to walk in or drive your car in with our gate access code and utilize the pavilion, fire circle, and outhouse there.
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Excellent
131 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
The Space*Note* Sorry no pets in the yurt unless they are considered as additional guests @$10 per night. We do allow pets to stay for free in our Mountain Fiesta Barn & Casa GLAMping listings. LET YOUR MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE BEGIN! Yurt parking is on the left just after pulling in our driveway at our mailbox next to the metal potting shed. There is room for 2 vehicles there.The yurt is located up the driveway past the barn on the left and the gothic chicken coop and the log sided goat house on the right - on a solar lit foot path up a short steep hill behind our farm house, not accessible by car. Communicating and coordinating your arrival time is important if you would like assistance to the yurt with your gear. *IMPORTANT* If arriving in the evening after dark, we may not be available to assist you to the yurt. Solar lights on the goat fence will mark your path up to the yurt. We will meet you in the morning, as we are early birds. *NOTE*-if we have had many days of rain in a row, the path to the yurt can be a slippery slope to navigate with the "Bellhop Husky" and we may have to help you up by foot. "You can't enjoy the view without the climb." Snuggle under the stars in front of a romantic fire. Cook for yourself on a charcoal grill or arrange catering for a stay-put no fuss stay. We just added electricity for your GLAMping comfort with a fan and space heater, dresser lamp and coffee maker (we supply our own special Mountain Fiesta blend) or just ignore it because off the grid seclusion can be just what the doctor ordered....great way to reconnect. There are two small battery powered lanterns in the yurt and tiki torches and solar sticks to light the area outside. Headlamps/Umbrellas are a great idea to bring with you. Our yurt is a Mother Nature lover's getaway, boasting a beautiful view, romantic queen bed, dining table and chairs, candles, skylight, picnic table, grill, firepit, 2 camp chairs, tiki torches. Full moon evenings are amazing here! You can forage for firewood (we have an ax & saw in the metal storage cupboard in the yurt) or buy dry cut wood from us. We have a modern bathhouse/shower in front of the barn right near where you parked, and for your convenience, just outside the yurt, a brand new outhouse is also available. We can have chilly nights here. Even though I feel we have covered the comfy cozy department, if you are cold natured, you might want to come prepared. We have bath towels for you. We do have a water vessel filled with our own spring water in the yurt for drinking and a wash tub just outside the outhouse. We also have 2 OTHER Mountain Fiesta Glamping listings on Airbnb. Check them out too. Great for a family compound. The yurt is canvas so FYI, it can become saturated when we have prolonged downpours and there could be leaking to manage. In the three years we have had guests staying in the yurt this has only been an issue 3x. I will give you a little tutorial about the windows and screens which zip and velcro. Guest AccessPLEASE PRINT & refer to our detailed directions provided on our Airbnb Airbnb location page and our Mountain Fiesta website , as cell service is spotty and GPS has misdirected some of our guests. We have a Verizon cell booster at our house, so if you have Verizon service you are in luck to make a call from our deck or our front porch. We ask for privacy on the porch after 9pm unless of course there is a compelling reason. For emergencies, you could also use our house phone. Closest possibility for service for other cell providers is 3m from the barn. NOTE Unplugging is great for your health! GROCERY/LIBATION SHOP BEFORE YOU ARRIVE. JAL "Just About Love" Lookout Yurt is located at our event venue, Mountain Fiesta. You can walk our meandering gardens. If unoccupied, Casa Viva, overlooking the creek, has a very inviting porch and it is a wonderful place to hang out when it is raining to read, play cards, have a glass of wine or just listen to the rain on the tin roof. Across the road from Casa Viva is fire pit for your use ( if we do not have creekside camping guests) and you and your pets can refresh and you can get your feet wet in the creek. As well, if the barn is unoccupied enjoy a movie or ping pong or take a nap in the hammocks. At the very least give a peek in the barn in case you or someone you know are planning an event or celebration, it is a beautiful rustic party space. If you are a musician and would like an audience, let me know and that can be arranged. Interaction with GuestsPlease let us know when you plan to arrive so we will be on point to greet you and plan the flow of our day. All 4 of our dogs are friendly. Elsa the Border Collie and LaLa, our lab mix will no doubt greet you first. Elsa will probably have her flying squirrel ready for a new play partner. LaLa, little Tucker and Vincent are our police officers, but all talk. We will openly communicate with you to make sure your needs are met, without interfering with your privacy. Mountain Fiesta's own Chef Mo & Brenda Jane can prepare breakfast or dinner . . . let us know if you are interested in our menu or we can create a custom menu, or you can visit him just down the road at the Trust General Store and Cafe. You can order on Airbnb or talk directly with Chef Mo. Please contact us as soon as you can about catering as we may not be able to honor last minute requests because of our distance from the grocery store. All catered meals are served from our house, at a mutually agreed upon time, or you have many options for places to dine on the property. A few "camp store" items- charcoal & cut firewood bundles and sometimes drinks are available. If you need anything, do not hesitate to knock on our porch door. Leave us a note/text if we are out. The NeighborhoodLinger long enough to experience “Mountain Time” in little known Spring Creek community, a slice of heaven not to be overlooked. Madison County, “The Jewel of the Blue Ridge,” shines with the Township 8’s little gems of Spring Creek, Bluff, Meadow Fork, Joe, Keenerville, Little Creek, Max Patch, Poplar Gap, Fox Run, Ball City, Betsy’s Gap, Friezeland, Trust & Luck, local areas of reference, from an era gone by, but names still honored today, each adding to the luster of the county jewel. Farmers, some on land that has been dearly held by their family for generations, artists, craftsmen and laborers working hard for an honest day of work, rugged young families living off the land, Conservatives – Liberals, all live here with a common interest to breathe life, here in this amazing slice of Madison County. This is not just a romantic ide(URL HIDDEN)it’s a conscious choice, and a way of life that is cherished, relished and admired. Come get a taste. We think you will be drawn to the creek again and again. From the top of Doggett Mountain, NW of Asheville & The Biltmore Estate and over Betsy’s Gap NE of Waynesville, to just south of Max Patch Bald and Hot Springs, Spring Creek is just over the Tennessee line, near Newport. Already a favorite ride for cyclists and motorcycle enthusiasts, fishermen and hunters, and destined to be a favorite weekend retreat destination for rest, reflection and a reconnect. Leave the city, the familiar, the routine. Remote, yet accessible, tucked and rooted with rich history. Historic Hot Springs is 15 miles from the yurt, a beautiful 30m drive and worth attention with restaurants and the hot springs fed tubs. Of course, downtown Asheville with it's wonders and the famous Biltmore Estate is only 45m away. Getting AroundWe have a small general store 2m down the road, but items are limited and they DON'T sell beer/wine/alcohol. They do sell gasoline and have a country café, which is where my sweetheart, Chef Mo works. Dave’s Burgers just opened at our Spring Creek Community Center just 4mi away. Other Things to NotePLEASE PRINT & refer to our detailed directions provided on our Airbnb location page and our website ((website hidden)), as cell service is spotty and GPS has misdirected some of our guests. We have a Verizon cell booster at our house, so if you have Verizon service you are in luck to make a call from our deck or our front porch. For emergencies, you can use our house phone. Closest place for service for other cell providers is 3m from the yurt. GROCERY/LIBATION SHOP BEFORE YOU ARRIVE! We also list 2 other Mountain Fiesta Glamping sites on Airbnb. Check them out too. All of our listing would make a great gathering/event compound. Field Trip Ideas – *Max Patch is a hike not to be missed only 30 min from here. The views are spectacular. *The town of Hot Springs(Main Street IS the AT)-has a great visitors' center, nearby hikes in our area makes for outdoor fun for days, hot mineral water fed tub soak, restaurants, gift shops *Of course, downtown Asheville with it's wonders and the famous Biltmore Estate is only 45m away.
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Excellent
86 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceNew comfy creek side cabin is a great place to kick back, relax and enjoy nature. This is the place to get away from it all; you might see wild turkeys, kingfishers, or deer. Enjoy sitting on the porch, plentiful nearby hiking, rafting, tubing, local arts and crafts, or popular Asheville, NC. Book early for spectacular fall color. Guest Access3 bedroom 3 bath cabin, with kitchen. There is a wood stove. Interaction with GuestsOwner lives nearby. There is no cell service at the cabin. The NeighborhoodCentrally located between Asheville, NC and the Smokies and near Hot Springs, NC there are tons of activities in the area. River rafting, float trips, hiking, sight seeing, small towns, and art galleries are just a few things you can do, or you can just relax on the porch and read a good book while listening to the creek. Note: there is no tv, or cell service. It is a get away from it all place. There is wifi. Getting AroundYou will need a car to get here and to get around in the mountains. Other Things to NoteThere is no cell service or TV, but there is wireless. Although we love animals pets are not allowed.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceOur Riverfront Cabin is an authentic Appalachian log home that's set up like a luxury hotel! We are just few minutes outside the town of Hot Springs, NC and the Hot Springs Resort and Spa, the only hot mineral springs in Western NC! Asheville and the Biltmore Estate are also just minutes away. Inside the cabin you'll be surrounded by modern luxury with a rustic mountain appeal. We feature exotic hardwood floors throughout, as well as granite counters and stainless appliances in the kitchen. In our very spacious master suites you will find custom log furniture, and a new leather set in the living room. There is full cable via DirecTV, a flat screen in every room and phone with free unlimited domestic long distance. We also feature individual climate control in every room. Outside you'll have 8 acres of mountain pasture and a quarter mile of totally accessible trout river frontage all to yourself! Light a bonfire by the river anytime and fish for mountain and rainbow trout right outside your front door! Guest AccessOur guests have the Cabin and 8 acres all to themselves, plus 1/4 mile of beautiful, fully accessible trout river frontage! We have a very easy level access to our property, motorcycles are welcome. Please no motor homes or RV's. Interaction with GuestsWe are always available during your stay to answer any questions about the cabin or the area, but we typically don't email or call the guests after sending the confirmation with the lock box code. Guests arrive at their convenience and use our lock box on the front door to get the keys and let themselves in. The NeighborhoodWe love the beauty of the mountains that surround us, the amazing views all around, being on the river, and having an easy level access, easily accessible by any light vehicle or motorcycle. Getting AroundAll roads around us are paved state highways or paved side roads. The only gravel road is our driveway and about 200 feet on Middle Laurel Church Road. We have easy level access year round. Guests are welcome to arrive on motorcycle. Four wheel drive will not be necessary except if it's actively snowing. Check for snow conditions and please drive safely. Other Things to NoteOur cabin features two master suites with private baths. Beds are king size and the cabin sleeps 4 adults comfortably. We are also an ideal getaway for families with small children. We have a full size washer and dryer. When both bedrooms are occupied by adults, up to 2-3 small children can also sleep in the living room. They'll have the big TV :) We only charge for maximum of 4 adults, no charge for up to 3 kids.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
10 reviews
6br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThis is a secluded mountain hideaway with privacy, tasteful decor, up-to-date appliances and baths. Includes a separate bunk house with bunk beds and sitting area. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the whole house and bunk house on approximately 50 acres with trails and streams on property. Interaction with GuestsWe also own the adjacent property and depending on schedules we may be on site there. Would share access to trails, etc. The NeighborhoodThis is a quiet rural community, part of once was a 125 acre tract now shared by 3 families all of whom are part-time residents. There are trails on our property and other nice walks a short drive away, including on the Appalachian Trail and Blue Ridge Parkway. The area also has excellent trout and smallmouth bass fishing, whitewater rafting, mountain biking and more. Getting AroundThe property is on a state road about 6 miles from the main highway. The last mile is a state-maintained gravel road which continues into Pisgah National Forest. Fly-in travellers would want to rent a car at the Asheville, Greenville-Spartangburg, or Tri-City TN airports. Other Things to NoteWood stove in downstairs family room.
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  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceDon't be caught off guard! BRING YOUR OWN LINENS/TOWELS We can have chilly nights here, so plan accordingly,(ARANGE IN ADVANCE if you want me to supply @ $15 per person - I have 6 sets available which includes sleeping bag/extra blanket/pillow/towel) Perfect for a group sleep over & a family getaway, GLAMourous camping for sure! Our Mid-Century tobacco barn is an open space complete with chandeliers with dimmers, ceiling fans, 2hammocks, 6 twin air mattresses or self-inflating sleeping pads, dining table & chairs, ping-pong table, projection dvd screen and lots of old movies, games, corn hole. There is room for up to 20 total guests if you want to bring your own additional air mattresses and tents to be set up on the barn grounds. Perfect for birthday parties w/ sleepovers, school trips, girlfriend weekends, bachelor parties, romantic getaways, crafting gatherings.........and of course weddings. We do not have an actual kitchen in the barn, but you have access to a small convection oven, coffee pot, refrigeration, freezer, sink, crock pot, charcoal grill, sink, (plates, fork, knives, drinking glass for 6), portable fire pit.. We have hot showers in our modern bathrooms. We can cater your gathering too. We are DOG FRIENDLY in the barn, HOWEVER, please do not plan to leave your dogs unattended in the barn while you are not on the property. We can discuss your particular situation and consider making exceptions if you agree to crate them while you are gone. Guest AccessPLEASE PRINT & refer to our detailed directions provided on our Airbnb location page and our Mountain Fiesta website , as cell service is spotty and GPS has misdirected some of our guests. We have a Verizon cell booster at our house, so if you have Verizon service you are in luck to make a call from our front porch. For emergencies, you can use our house phone. Closest possible place for service for other cell providers is 3m from the barn. NOTE Unplugging is great for your health! The barnyard is well lit. Headlamps and umbrellas are a good idea to pack You can walk our meandering gardens. If unoccupied, Casa Viva, overlooking the creek, has a very inviting porch and it is a wonderful place to hang out when it is raining to read, play cards, have a glass of wine or just listen to the rain on the tin roof. Across the road from Casa Viva is fire pit for your use ( if we do not have creekside camping guests) and you and your pets can refresh and you can get your feet wet in the creek. If you are a musician and would like an audience, let me know and that can be arranged. Interaction with GuestsPlease let us know when you plan to arrive so we will be on point to greet you and plan the flow of our day. All 4 of our dogs are friendly. Elsa and LaLa, our lab mix will no doubt greet you first. Elsa will probably have her flying squirrel ready for a new play partner. LaLa, little Tucker and Vincent are our police officers, but all talk. If arriving in the evening after 8 pm, we may not be available to greet you. The barn will be open. We will meet you in the morning, as we are early birds. We will openly communicate with you to make sure your needs are met, without interfering with your privacy. You can pre-order breakfast and dinner if you wish. If you are interested, request our catering menu. All catered meals are served from our house, at a mutually agreed upon time, or you have many options for places to dine on the property. Catering and a few "camp store" items such as charcoal, some beverages and cut firewood bundles are available. If you need anything, do not hesitate to ask. Leave us a note/text if we are out. The NeighborhoodLinger long enough to experience “Mountain Time" in little known Spring Creek community, a slice of heaven not to be overlooked. Madison County, “The Jewel of the Blue Ridge," shines with the Township 8's little gems of Spring Creek, Bluff, Meadow Fork, Joe, Keenerville, Little Creek, Max Patch, Poplar Gap, Fox Run, Ball City, Betsy's Gap, Friezeland, Trust & Luck, local areas of reference, from an era gone by, but names still honored today, each adding to the luster of the county jewel. Farmers, some on land that has been dearly held by their family for generations, artists, craftsmen and laborers working hard for an honest day of work, rugged young families living off the land, Conservatives – Liberals, all live here with a common interest to breathe life, here in this amazing slice of Madison County. This is not just a romantic ide(URL HIDDEN)it's a conscious choice, and a way of life that is cherished, relished and admired. Come get a taste. We think you will be drawn to the creek again and again. From the top of Doggett Mountain, NW of Asheville & The Biltmore Estate and over Betsy's Gap NE of Waynesville, to just south of Max Patch Bald and Hot Springs, Spring Creek is just over the Tennessee line, near Newport. Already a favorite ride for cyclists and motorcycle enthusiasts, fishermen and hunters, and destined to be a favorite weekend retreat destination for rest, reflection and a reconnect. Leave the city, the familiar, the routine. We are just over the mountain, not far from home, remote, yet accessible, tucked and rooted with rich history. Getting AroundWe have a small general store 2m down the road, but items are limited and they don't sell beer/wine/alcohol. They do sell gasoline and have a country café, which is where my sweetheart, Chef Mo works. Dave's Burgers just opened at our Spring Creek Community Center. Other Things to NoteGROCERY/LIBATION SHOP BEFORE YOU ARRIVE! We also list 3 other Mountain Fiesta Glamping sites on Airbnb. Check them out too. All of our listing would make a great gathering/event compound. Field Trip Ideas – *Max Patch is a hike not to be missed only 30 min from here. The views are spectacular. *The town of Hot Springs(Main Street IS the AT)-has a great visitors' center, nearby hikes in our area makes for outdoor fun for days, hot mineral water fed tub soak, restaurants, gift shops *Of course, downtown Asheville with it's wonders and the famous Biltmore Estate is only 45m away.
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2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceCASA VIVA "House Alive" Pets-yes (they count as extra guests at $10 per night). Shaded by old Hemlocks, enjoy our covered front porch with comfortable casual wicker seating overlooking Freizeland Creek. A great place to lounge in the morning or after a day of hiking or sight seeting, or dine overlooking the creek, or eat in with the castle-like doors open to the sounds & sights of nature. Escape a pop-up shower on the porch with a glass of wine, good book or board game. Essentially......... covered porch seating creek view indoor and outdoor dining areas 2 queen sized beds w/linens 1 twin w/linens also available - twin cot w/mattress, twin foam pad, twin futon mattress suitably equipped for cooking & dining 1 bathroom w/shower access in the modern bath house, a short walk through the gardens by the barn (bath towels are not included) suitably equipped kitchen - commercial sink, gas stove, refrigerator dishes & silverware for a large group glassware for 8 charcoal grill wood stove for heat ceiling fans assorted games ++ 2 CAMPSITES next to the Casa, 4U to pitch up to an 8man tent 5 camp chairs firepit tiki torches bamboo fishing poles, roasting skewers, wood saw, small orange toboggan for 2 reasons - hauling wood from foraging and for the kids to slide down the rock to "splash down" in the creek. 2 beach chairs for sitting in the creek. Additional guests can easily join in with air mattresses in the casa/porch/personal tent @$10 per person Creekside Campfire Area (shared common area located across the road from the Casa) fire pit, picnic table, small charcoal grill, tiki torch lighting If we do not have barn guests, you can have access to our movie theatre. Book the Barn and Yurt too for a complete compound experience! Enjoy our whole property for a family reunion/retreat or celebration. We are DOG FRIENDLY in the casa, HOWEVER, please do not plan to leave your dogs unattended in the casa while you are not on the property. We can discuss your particular situation and consider making exceptions if you agree to crate them while you are gone. Guest AccessPLEASE PRINT & refer to our detailed directions provided on our Airbnb location page and our Mountain Fiesta website , as cell service is spotty and GPS has misdirected some of our guests. We have a Verizon cell booster at our house, so if you have Verizon service you are in luck to make a call from our deck or our front porch. For emergencies, you can use our house phone. Closest place for service for other cell providers is 3m from the barn. NOTE Unplugging is great for your health! Headlamps are a great idea to bring with you. You can walk our meandering gardens. If unoccupied, you can hang out in our barn to watch a movie, play ping pong or take a nap in the hammocks. Across the road from Casa Viva is a Mountain Fiesta community fire pit for your use and you and your pets can refresh and get your feet wet in the creek. Creek chairs are on the porch. Go ahead............sit in the creek! If you are a musician and would like an audience, let me know and that can be arranged.Mountain Fiesta's own Chef Mo & Brenda Jane can prepare breakfast or dinner . . . let us know if you are interested in our menu or we can create a custom menu, or you can visit Chef Mo just down the road at the Trust General Store and Cafe. We have a Verizon cell booster, so if you have Verizon service you are in luck to make a call from the deck by our house or from our front porch. For emergencies, you can use our house phone. Closest place for service for other cell providers is 3m from the yurt. NOTE Unplugging is great for your health! Interaction with GuestsPlease let us know when you plan to arrive so we will be on point to greet you and plan the flow of our day. Our friendly dogs, Elsa and LaLa will no doubt greet you first. Both are friendly, Elsa will probably have her flying squirrel ready for a new play partner and LaLa is our police officer, but she is all talk. If arriving in the evening after 8 pm, we may not be available to greet you. The Casa will be open. We will meet you in the morning, as we are early birds. We will openly communicate with you to make sure your needs are met, without interfering with your privacy. You can pre-order breakfast and dinner if you wish. If you are interested, request our catering menu. You can pre-order, breakfast and dinner if you wish, directly with Chef Mo (text only (phone number hidden)). Please contact him as soon as you can about catering as we may not be able to honor last minute requests because of our distance from the grocery store. All catered meals are served from our house, at a mutually agreed upon time, or you have many options for places to dine on the property. Catering and a few "camp store" items such as charcoal, lighter fluid, cut firewood bundles are available. If you need anything do not hesitate to knock on our back door. Leave us a note/text if we are out. The Neighborhood Linger long enough to experience “Mountain Time” in little known Spring Creek community, a slice of heaven not to be overlooked. Madison County, “The Jewel of the Blue Ridge,” shines with the Township 8’s little gems of Spring Creek, Bluff, Meadow Fork, Joe, Keenerville, Little Creek, Max Patch, Poplar Gap, Fox Run, Ball City, Betsy’s Gap, Friezeland, Trust & Luck, local areas of reference, from an era gone by, but names still honored today, each adding to the luster of the county jewel. Farmers, some on land that has been dearly held by their family for generations, artists, craftsmen and laborers working hard for an honest day of work, rugged young families living off the land, Conservatives – Liberals, all live here with a common interest to breathe life, here in this amazing slice of Madison County. This is not just a romantic ide(URL HIDDEN)it’s a conscious choice, and a way of life that is cherished, relished and admired. Come get a taste. We think you will be drawn to the creek again and again. From the top of Doggett Mountain, NW of Asheville & The Biltmore Estate and over Betsy’s Gap NE of Waynesville, to just south of Max Patch Bald and Hot Springs, Spring Creek is just over the Tennessee line, near Newport. Already a favorite ride for cyclists and motorcycle enthusiasts, fishermen and hunters, and destined to be a favorite weekend retreat destination for rest, reflection and a reconnect. Leave the city, the familiar, the routine. Remote, yet accessible, tucked and rooted with rich history. Getting AroundWe have a small general store 2m down the road, but items are limited and they don't sell beer/wine/alcohol. They do sell gasoline and have a country café, which is where my sweetheart, Chef Mo works. Dave’s Burgers just opened at our Spring Creek Community Center. Other Things to NoteGROCERY/LIBATION SHOP BEFORE YOU ARRIVE! We also list 2 other Mountain Fiesta Glamping sites on Airbnb. Check them out too. All of our listing would make a great gathering/event compound. Field Trip Ideas – *Max Patch is a hike not to be missed only 30 min from here. The views are spectacular. *The town of Hot Springs(Main Street IS the AT)-has a great visitors' center, nearby hikes in our area makes for outdoor fun for days, hot mineral water fed tub soak, restaurants, gift shops *Of course, downtown Asheville with it's wonders and the famous Biltmore Estate is only 45m away.
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  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
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The SpaceRoom for rent in 2 bedroom/1 bath home located in Pisgah National Forest above Waynesville/Clyde area. Approx. 25 min. easy drive to Waynesville/Clyde, 12 min. to I-40, 40 min. to Asheville, 1.5 hr to Knoxville, 7 miles from Max Patch and the AT. Home is situated in a cove on 6 acres in a quiet, serene setting at 3700' elevation. 4wd/awd is recommended during the winter as I do get more snow up here than down below at times. Electric, phone, satellite internet, and satellite tv. Home is fully furnished. MUST love animals as I have 4 dogs, 2 cats, and a horse. Two of the dogs are inside or with me all the time, the other two are outside, one cat is inside and one is outside. And the horse is outside ;). Pets/horse are welcome as long as they integrate with mine upon meeting. However, no more inside cats as my inside cat does not like other cats. And no packs of hunting hounds....sorry. No inside smoking. I am a full-time student in Wildlife Mgt., environmentally conscious, striving for healthy eating, nature loving, music loving, 44 y.o. female. If you love nature, hiking, fishing, hunting this is the place for you. Male/Female ok. Please do not initially text me as I do not get cell service at the house and will not receive the text until I leave and head off the mountain. The cell is forwarded to the house landline phone when I am home. Look forward to hearing from you! Guest AccessSpare bedroom, shared bathroom, kitchen with updated appliances including refrigerator, stove/oven, convection oven, coffee maker, cooking ware, utensils, , living room, and the great outdoors. (URL HIDDEN) microwave Interaction with GuestsI do live here full-time however Mon-Fri I am at school all day. The upper living area of the house is 1000 s.f. so it is cozy. I love interacting with people and I also value those who need quiet time. The NeighborhoodIt is remote and in the middle of nature. Can't ask for much more than that. Easy access to hiking and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as well as the Pisgah National Forest, Max Patch Bald, and the Appalachian Trail on the northern end of Haywood Co. Convenient to I-40. The last 1.7 miles to the house is a well maintained gravel state road. GPS is accurate if yours is up-to-date. If your GPS is not up-to-date then please also follow the directions I give once reservation is confirmed or it may very well send you up the wrong mountain road and with limited cell service in this area you may not be able to call for directions. Getting AroundThere is no public transit available at this location. Other Things to NoteThe nearest grocery store is 20 miles away so be prepared by bringing food when you head this way.
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Recalling the genuine character and charm of a 1940s family home with 2 bedrooms/ five guests, Trailside also sports the 21st century comforts of a private outdoor hot tub and air conditioning! Perfect for that romantic getaway or family vacation. Right on the AT.
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The SpaceThis 240 sq. ft cabin/tiny home is simple, modern, clean and well insulated. There are 2 beds--a twin and a double in a bed-sized loft with low clearance to the roof. It's perfect for 1 or 2 people or a couple with a small child. There's indoor and outdoor, solar-powered LED lighting, 6 car-lighter wall outlets for charging a laptop or cell phone (please bring your own car charging equipment), a simple kitchen with cold running spring water (after mid-November, water is drawn from a winterized hydrant and carried to the cabin), a propane range, (no fridge), a rocket stove outside, an indoor wood-burning stove for heat and hot water, and a composting toilet in a separate structure. Note: The kitchen has plenty of basic cooking implements and utensils in good condition. French press for coffee, basic pots, pans, knives, some spices depending on who's left what. If you are a chef or foodie and would like, please feel free to bring stuff you know you'd like to have w/ you. The cabin was sited for southern exposure so the sun strikes the floor in winter but is shady & cool in summer. The stove cranks out plenty of heat using wood available to use in the nearby shed. Fresh spring water is delivered 24/7 from a gravity-fed 10,000 gallon cistern uphill of the cabin. We planted over 100 fruit and nut trees along the driveway and stream bed and you are welcome to anything that's ready to harvest. This cabin is one of 2 dwellings on a 30 acre parcel. If you have a larger group, or are looking for a guaranteed private experience, both structures can be rented economically: (https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/4191598) Guest AccessGuests have access to the composting toilet, indoor cold running spring water (except between 11/18 & 3/15), 1 linear mile of private, deeply wooded, gently sloping trails, a one of a kind treehouse, bountiful fruit and nut trees, 1/4 mile of private, and pristine creek frontage. If there are no other guests in the barn or with permission, cabin renters can also use a 40 x 14 porch with outdoor kitchen overlooking the creek. Guests can use the wood-fired Snorkel hot tub for $40 extra per 2 night visit (for cleaning and unlimited split wood) In winter, the tub is filled by hose from the hydrant. While this rental does not come with internet or phone service and the property does not generally get cell phone reception, guests may, if it is working, connect via wireless internet service in the barn. Interaction with GuestsYour host(s) will accessible by email and phone at your discretion, but will generally not be present during your stay. This cabin is one of 2 dwellings on this parcel; the other is a great room inside a 60 year old restored tobacco barn about 75 feet away. Sometimes, there'll be nobody else in the barn, and other times, there may be guests. The NeighborhoodGood Egg is near Spring Creek in Madison County, NC, which has rolling hills, curvy roads, gorgeous vistas, dramatic weather, varied animal and bird life, and friendly, respectful neighbors. Very little real estate development has come to this mountain community. The County was settled in the early 1800s by independent and resourceful settlers, mostly Scots-Irish. In the mid-1800s, when Union and Confederate recruiters came calling, Madison County folks were just as likely to hide in the hills as join one side or the other. To this day, there is a very strong "live and let live" ethos. In the late sixties and seventies, back-to-the -landers came to the area and settled, attracted by that ethos, open space, and, most of all, the incredible unspoiled beauty. Many are still here alongside descendants of mountain folk (from whom I bought this parcel), retirees, artists, and visitors like yourselves. Good Egg is actually in a tiny little township called Meadow Fork, which probably has less than a thousand people. Our neighbors are friendly, gracious people who don't get in each others' business, but look out for one another. It's de rigueur on the roads around here to raise a hand or at least your index finger and acknowledge every car you pass. Getting AroundWe are in a remote area. Good roads get you here, but there's no public transportation. From the Asheville airport, it's a 90 min. drive on interstate to a curvy mountain road. 4 Wheel drive is not required except in extreme weather. Our driveway is right off of Meadow Fork Road, a solid 2 lane, which can have as few as 20 or 30 cars passing per day. Winter can be tricky as the road isn't plowed very quickly and we don't plow the property, but any other time of year, it's easy in, easy out. There's a volunteer fire dept. for emergencies (Spring Creek, NC). There is also wireless reception on the stretch of 209 (aka the Flats) that's about 10 minutes drive from the cabin. I find it's best to go for food and ice once, either before you arrive--there's a big Ingles in Leicester -- or, if you're up for a beautiful drive, or want to see one of these towns -- Waynesville, Marshall, or Hot Springs. About a mile or two from Good Egg, there's Miss An's convenience store and RV park for snacks and gas (directions to hers and other places are in a binder in the cabin), or 4 miles to the Trust General Store and gas station (there's a small restaurant there). Our friends and neighbors, chefs, caterers, & Innkeepers Brenda and Mo will make a yummy dinner for you to pick up with notice. For a (fiberglass & jets) hot tub soak and/or a restaurant meal, 30 minutes away is Hot Springs. Max Patch, a breathtaking "bald" with panaromic views is 20 minutes. Downtown Asheville, about an hour. Other Things to NoteThe experience of staying in the Little Egg is wonderfully rich and different from being in a modern, grid-tied house. The cabin was conceived and built to make day-to-day life wonderful without electricity and most technology. When you go to sleep, there's no light except the moon and stars, no refrigerator or central heating or air conditioning noise -- only the sounds of nature -- the stream, crickets or frogs in the nearby pond, dogs or coyotes in the distance. Without the glow of a nearby city, the hot tub on a clear night, the skies are dazzling. Speaking of which, the wood-fired hot tub is made by a company called Snorkel. It's perfect for 2 and can fit 3, although tight. It's Japanese style hot tub bathing, meaning no chemicals. Also, since we're not grid tied, it relies on a firebox heating fresh spring water, which you fill it with. It takes approx. 35 minutes to fill the tub and between 3 and 3.5 hours to heat. There's a thermometer in it, so as it gets closer to your liking (don't let it get over 102 degrees), let the existing logs burn down, choke off the air vent sleeve and hop in. With no pump sounds and the stars above, it's incomparable. The $40 fee (per 2 night rentals) covers thorough cleaning between guests and split firewood. You will be very comfortable in Little Good Egg, even in extreme weather, simply by paying attention and taking more time for simple tasks. It sounds corny, but there is a meditative quality to thinking and doing things like heating water, keeping warm, staying hydrated, eating well and choosing to do what you really want. I'm always amazed how busy I am -- and how different this kind of busy feels -- without electronics and my technological "time savers." Odd as it sounds to say this, it's stunning and wonderful to go "offline," even for just a day, and not get hit by little chirps and incoming messages that seem to arrive now 24/7. A binder explaining how the cabin came to be is on the shelf for those curious about homesteading, permaculture, sustainable building and off-the-grid living. Note: Since we opened in October, 2014, guest reviews consistently tell us us best thing about staying at Good Egg is being off the grid and the treadmill of modern life, unplugging from the dominant culture and experiencing oneself as humans did 100 years ago and more. Whether it’s the absence of electricity (in the cabin), the quiet of the country, no city glow in the night sky, or the once common experience of the natural world dominating over human-made or human-crafted things, it’s astonishing for many of us to see and feel and experience without constant communications via text and email and the distractions of modern life. Many people write that they’ve learned an enormous amount about themselves, about homesteading or permaculture, and about alternate ways of being. This Spring (2016), we’ve increased the price a bit reflect more accurately our costs to maintain and improve the buildings & the property as well as carefully and lovingly transitioning it between guests. WARNING: Under North Carolina law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.” N.C.G.S. § 99E-32(b).
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The SpaceNestled in the mountains of the Appalachians, Wheel of Bliss Retreat house was established to provide different religious and spiritual traditions a sacred space to host retreats. The main house can host up to 20 attendees and is perfect for a 4-7 day retreat. The property has 63 acres of mountain land that back up to over 100 acres of National Forest, 2 large streams, waterfalls, and multiple trails to hike and explore. Reach out to us now to reserve your space! Guest AccessTypically we can prepare the house so that it is guest ready within 2 days notice. If there is an urgent request, it may be possible to have it ready in under 24 hours, depending on the length of the stay. Interaction with GuestsThe retreat house will be yours for the duration of your booking! We will come to meet you during check-in & check-out and possibly 1-2 more times if it is a longer-dated retreat. The NeighborhoodNeighbors are spaced many acres apart and are very friendly. Getting AroundOne should have a car to drive to the property, preferably a 4x4 to drive up the mountain (there is a stone gravel road), although a sedan will do if it has sufficient ground clearance. Driving a car that has a low ground clearance in the mountains is not recommended. Other Things to NoteThere is also a cottage by the entrance of the property. It is ~ 1/4 mile downhill from the main house. PAYMENT TERMS: The minimum to rent the house is $200/night for up to 2 people. The property has the following rooms and bed arrangements: Master Suite/3rd Story: 1 Queen Bed (maximum 2 people) 2nd Story: (Orient in the hallway to the two rooms on the second story) Left Room: 1 Queen Bed (maximum 2 people) Right Room: 2 Single Beds (maximum 2 people) Ground Rooms (Orient toward the front of the house): Right room: 2 single beds, 1 Queen Bed (maximum 4 people) Left room: 2 Single Beds, 2 Queen Beds (maximum 6 people) Back room: 2 Single Beds, 2 Queen Beds (maximum 6 people) There is also a queen sized-pullout couch that can fit 2 people in the living room area on the 2nd story that we will provide as complimentary. There is a half bathroom next to the living room, so it sort of acts as its own room. Guests must sign a contract prior to booking that is with the retreat-house organization and independent of Airbnb. The internet connection works well but the house is in the mountains, so higher bandwidth activities can sometimes load slowly. CLEANING FEE NOTE: Small Groups and Short Stays may qualify for a discounted cleaning fee rate. Please message for details.
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The SpaceOur 2 bedroom, 1 bath cottage is located just 1 miles from the quaint village of Hot Springs; where the French Broad River and Appalachian Trail meet. Guest AccessWi-Fi, gas fireplace, charcoal grill, TV with Direct TV network channels. Interaction with GuestsPlease shoot me a text or email when you arrive and leave, thanks so much. The NeighborhoodHot Springs has the feel of Smoky Mountain National Park without the crowds. It's easy to get lost in nature on the many trails surrounding the town, or canoe or kayak sections of the river in solitude. Getting AroundYou'll need a car to get here, but then its easy and convenient to just walk.
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The SpaceA new house, a stream goes down the mountain beside the house, over 3,000 feet, cool breezes satelite tv, few neighbors. Waynesville and Maggie Valley are a half hour away! Asheville is about 45 minutes east. Two bedroom house, queen sized beds, one bathroom, washer and dryer, refrigerator with ice maker, full stove, microwave. We are in rural Fines Creek, there are plenty of wild flowers, and the bird life is excellent. The views are everywhere. Waynesville, Maggie Valley are short distances, and there are restaurants and theater there the first Friday of the month in the summer is Art after Dark, with open house at galleries and shops and finger foods etc. Two bedrooms, with queen beds, bathroom with tub and shower, washer and dryer. We accept your pet for a low fee. Weekends $15 per day each, $30 per week each Security deposit $35 will be returned within 30 days. Please keep pets in a crate when you are not present. Interaction with GuestsWe have our house on the property, and are very glad when we meet and chat with guests. The NeighborhoodI love the beauty of our neighborhood, with a different view in every direction. Going down to Waynesville, where we do our shopping is a drive through lovely mountains. The Appalachian Trail is a short drive up Max Patch, with many more views that are a treat. Getting AroundThere is ample parking next to the house. No public transportation. There is a two night minimum.
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The SpaceThe Chestnut Log Cabin is an absolute treasure hand crafted room the rare Chestnut logs of yesteryear. The interior is beautifully restored to its original 1922 Arts and Crafts style creating an inviting, soothing mountain getaway. This two bedroom, fully equipped cabin includes a private outdoor hot tub, relaxing fire pit and large covered, rocking chair front porch. Original hardwood floors throughout the cabin and relaxing sunroom looking out on private back garden. It is located directly on the Appalachian Trail within walking distance to town and all of the Hot Springs attractions. The master bedroom features a queen size bed, the Dancing Bear bedroom has bunk beds and the living area has a comfy futon sofa that folds down to a double bed. A total of six guests in two bedrooms and the living room sofa. Guest AccessA special feature of this property is that is located directly on the Appalachian Trail and a short walk to town. Chestnut Log Cabin is an outdoors lovers dream! There are many other hiking trails in the surrounding areas as well as biking, kayaking, river rafting, horseback riding, zip-lining as well as Hot Springs historical tours. Don't forget to book yourself into a wonderful soak in Hot Springs Natural mineral baths. A short five minute walk takes you to the down town area of Hot Springs and all restaurants, pubs, festival sites, campground and Hot Springs Spa. Interaction with GuestsThe Chestnut Log Cabin was our special second home before we made Hot Springs our permanent home. I am available for any questions about the property or area, will meet you upon check-in, and available during your visit.
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The SpaceOur Riverfront Cabin is an authentic Appalachian log home that's set up like a luxury hotel! We are just few minutes outside the town of Hot Springs, NC and the Hot Springs Resort and Spa, the only hot mineral springs in Western NC! Asheville and the Biltmore Estate are also just minutes away. Inside the cabin you'll be surrounded by modern luxury with a rustic mountain appeal. We feature exotic hardwood floors throughout, as well as granite counters and stainless appliances in the kitchen. In our very spacious master suites you will find custom log furniture, and a new leather set in the living room. There is full cable via DirecTV, a flat screen in every room and phone with free unlimited domestic long distance. We also feature individual climate control in every room. Outside you'll have 8 acres of mountain pasture and a quarter mile of totally accessible trout river frontage all to yourself! Light a bonfire by the river anytime and fish for mountain and rainbow trout right outside your front door! Guest AccessOur guests have the Cabin and 8 acres all to themselves, plus 1/4 mile of beautiful, fully accessible trout river frontage! We have a very easy level access to our property, motorcycles are welcome. Please no motor homes or RV's. Interaction with GuestsWe are always available during your stay to answer any questions about the cabin or the area, but we typically don't email or call the guests after sending the confirmation with the lock box code. Guests arrive at their convenience and use our lock box on the front door to get the keys and let themselves in. The NeighborhoodWe love the beauty of the mountains that surround us, the amazing views all around, being on the river, and having an easy level access, easily accessible by any light vehicle or motorcycle. Other Things to NoteOur cabin features two master suites with private baths. Beds are king size and the cabin sleeps 4 adults comfortably. We are also an ideal getaway for families with small children. We have a full size washer and dryer. When both bedrooms are occupied by adults, up to 2-3 small children can also sleep in the living room. They'll have the big TV :) We only charge for maximum of 4 adults, no charge for up to 3 kids.
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The SpaceThere are 2 structures that go with this listing. Together, they sleep 7; however, this is ideal for 1 or 2 couples. From the outside, it's a restored tobacco barn. Slide open the door and there's a 400 square ft all season, carpeted, insulated, great room with grid power, fully provisioned kitchen, high ceiling, sleeping loft, lots of windows & huge porch. In 2008, I restored this old tobacco barn, pouring foundation, replacing the roof, and building what is essentially a modern one-room tiny house inside. I've never seen anything like it and probably never will because it made zero economic sense! The room sleeps one couple and two singles or kids in the loft. In warm weather, a giant porch overlooking a robust creek could easily accommodate another four sleepers in bags. There's a private shower room (hot & cold) with a space heater, an outdoor kitchen with hot & cold running water & barbecue, a play loft way in the high rafters, near where the barn owl occasionally perches. The 240 sq. ft cabin/tiny home is simple, modern, clean and well insulated. There are 2 beds--a twin and a double in a full bed-sized loft with low clearance to the roof. It's perfect for 1 or 2 people or a couple with a small child. There's indoor and outdoor, solar-powered LED lighting, 6 car-lighter wall outlets for charging a laptop or cell phone (please bring your own car charging equipment), a simple kitchen with cold running spring water, a propane range, (there's a cooler, no fridge), two rocket stoves, an indoor wood-burning stove for heat and hot water, and a composting toilet in a separate structure. The cabin was sited for southern exposure so the sun strikes the floor in winter but the cabin is shady & cool in summer. The stove cranks out plenty of heat using wood available to use in the nearby shed. Fresh spring water is delivered 24/7 from a gravity-fed 10,000 gallon cistern uphill of the cabin. We planted over 100 fruit and nut trees along the driveway and stream bed and you are welcome to anything that's ready to harvest. We have plenty of basic cooking implements and utensils in good condition in each location. French press for coffee, cast iron skillet, basic pots, pans, knives, some spices depending on who's left what. If you're a chef or foodie and would like, please feel free to bring stuff you know you'd like to have w/ you. Guest AccessWith this property comes access to all buildings and grounds -- cabin & barn, both porches, 30 acres, including 1 mile of private wooded hiking trail, wood-burning hot-tub ($40 cleaning/split firewood fee), a one of a kind treehouse, 1200 feet of creek frontage, giant meadow, 100 fruit and nut trees, whatever's up in the raised beds, a composting toilet and a hot/cold shower. Interaction with GuestsThere will be no other guests on the property during your stay. Your host(s) will accessible by email at your discretion, but will generally not be present during your stay. The NeighborhoodGood Egg is near Spring Creek in Madison County, NC, which has rolling hills, curvy roads, gorgeous vistas, dramatic weather, varied animal and bird life, and friendly, respectful neighbors. Very little real estate development has come to this mountain community. The County was settled in the early 1800s by independent and resourceful settlers, mostly Scots-Irish. In the mid-1800s, when Union and Confederate recruiters came calling, Madison County folks were just as likely to hide in the hills as join one side or the other. To this day, there is a very strong "live and let live" ethos. In the late sixties and seventies, back-to-the -landers came to the area and settled, attracted by that ethos, open space, and, most of all, the incredible unspoiled beauty. Many are still here alongside descendants of mountain folk (from whom I bought this parcel), retirees, artists, and visitors like yourselves. Good Egg is actually in a tiny little township called Meadow Fork, which probably has less than a thousand people. Our neighbors are friendly, gracious people who don't get in each others' business, but look out for one another. It's de rigueur on the roads around here to raise a hand or at least your index finger and acknowledge every car you pass. Getting AroundWe are in a remote area. Good roads get you here, but there's no public transportation. From the Asheville airport, it's a 90 min. drive on interstate to a curvy mountain road. 4 Wheel drive is not required except in extreme weather. Our driveway is right off of Meadow Fork Road, a solid 2 lane, which can have as few as 20 or 30 cars passing per day. Winter can be tricky as the road isn't plowed very quickly and we don't plow the property, but any other time of year, it's easy in, easy out. There's a volunteer fire dept. for emergencies (Spring Creek, NC). I find it's best to go for food and ice once, either before you arrive--there's a big Ingles in Leicester -- or, if you're up for a beautiful drive, or want to see one of these towns -- Waynesville, Marshall, or Hot Springs. About a mile or two from Good Egg, there's Miss An's convenience store and RV park for snacks and gas (directions to hers and other places are in a binder in the cabin), or 4 miles to the Trust General Store and gas station (there's a small restaurant there). Our friends and neighbors, chefs, caterers, & Innkeepers Brenda and Mo will make a yummy dinner for you to pick up with notice. For a (fiberglass & jets) hot tub soak and/or a restaurant meal, 30 minutes away is Hot Springs. Max Patch, a breathtaking "bald" with panaromic views is 20 minutes. Downtown Asheville, about an hour). Other Things to NoteThe experience of staying at Good Egg is wonderfully rich and different from being in a modern, grid-tied house. The cabin was conceived and built to make day-to-day life wonderful without electricity and most technology. When you go to sleep, there's no light except the moon and stars, no refrigerator or central heating or air conditioning noise -- only the sounds of nature -- the stream, crickets or frogs in the nearby pond, dogs or coyotes in the distance. Without the glow of a nearby city, the hot tub on a clear night, the skies are dazzling. The wood-fired hot tub is made by a company called Snorkel. It's perfect for 2 and can fit 3, although tight. It's Japanese style hot tub bathing, meaning no chemicals. Also, since we're not grid tied, it relies on a firebox heating fresh spring water, which you fill it with. It takes approx. 35 minutes to fill the tub and between 3 and 3.5 hours to heat. There's a thermometer in it, so as it gets closer to your liking (don't let it get over 102 degrees), let the existing logs burn down, choke off the air vent sleeve and hop in. With no pump sounds and the stars above, it's incomparable. The $40 fee covers 2 nights and goes toward cleaning between guests and plenty of split wood nearby. The barn is a little more comfortable, easier to heat (baseboard) and cook in. You will be comfortable in either or both, even in extreme weather, simply by paying attention and taking more time for simple tasks. It sounds corny, but there is a meditative quality to thinking and doing things like heating water, keeping warm, staying hydrated, eating well and choosing to do what you really want. I'm always amazed how busy I am -- and how different this kind of busy feels -- without electronics and my technological "time savers." A binder explaining how Good Egg came to be is on the shelf for those curious about homesteading, permaculture, sustainable building and off-the-grid living. Note: Since we opened in October, 2014, guest reviews consistently tell us us best thing about staying at Good Egg is being off the grid and the treadmill of modern life, unplugging from the dominant culture and experiencing oneself as humans did 100 years ago and more. Whether it’s the absence of electricity (in the cabin), the quiet of the country, no city glow in the night sky, or the once common experience of the natural world dominating over human-made or human-crafted things, it’s astonishing for many of us to see and feel and experience without constant communications via text and email and the distractions of modern life. Many people write that they’ve learned an enormous amount about themselves, about homesteading or permaculture, and about alternate ways of being. This Spring (2016), we’ve increased the minimum number of nights to encourage, facilitate and deepen this experience for guests. Our prices now reflect more accurately our costs to maintain and improve the buildings & the property as well as carefully and lovingly transitioning it between guests. WARNING: Under North Carolina law, there is no liability for an injury to or death of a participant in an agritourism activity conducted at this agritourism location if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, equipment, and animals, as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.” N.C.G.S. § 99E-32(b).
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The SpaceBirds chirping. creek bubbling, cows, wildflowers everywhere, Mountain chains viewed out the front window. Linens, dishes furnished. Refrigerator, stove, microwave, utensils, pots and pans, washer and dryer, TV, DVD player. All rates include state and local taxes. We are in the country. Houses are few and far between. Restaurants between 15 and 25 minute drive. Some shopping in Waynesville, and the Appalachian Trail is a short drive up Max Patch Road. No public transportation. A slice of Americana. We have a wood stove and satellite TV Two bedrooms with queen beds. Kitchen with stove and refrigerator with ice maker, one and a half bathrooms, washer and dryer.n Pets are welcome but there will be a small fee for pets. weekends $15 per day, week $30 per pet Security deposit o $35 will be returned in 30 days. Please keep pets in crate when not present. All rates include 11% state and local tax. Guest AccessA short drive up the mountain will take you to the state pavilion leading to the Appalachian Trail. Very lovely views. Interaction with GuestsWe live on the same seven acre piece of ground and do see our guests from time to time. The property is wooded, so privacy is maintained. The NeighborhoodWe are in lovely rural, farm country with a bubbling creek and many wild flowers. Getting AroundNo public transit. Parking included. Other Things to NoteAll rates include state and local taxes. Two night minimum.
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New House is located on a nice piece of property in a rural setting, about 45 minutes west of Asheville. Enjoy cool summer evenings or great autumn views on the porch while looking to the mountains in the distance. The creek goes rushing down behind the house, and you can grab a book and unwind on the deck. There are many wildflowers and trees to enjoy. The Appalachian Trail is not far away and shopping in Waynesville is a treat. A pet fee of $10 per day will be charged if there is a pet. Damage Deposit $35.00. A 30 or so minute drive up Max Patch brings you a state pavilion and a trail to the Appalachian Trail. We are in the rural Fines Creek section of Clyde. Farming animals can be seen, farms along the road. Wild flowers abound, and the mountains are all around you. Parking beside the house.
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2br cabin
  • Pets Allowed
If you have been looking for the perfect log cabin rental in the Hot Springs and Asheville area, YOU HAVE FOUND IT!!! Our mountain getaway is surrounded by the Pisgah National Forest. The French Broad River flows right below the small bluff on which we perch overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains, and you have private access to the river! (Paint Rock Cabin does NOT have an open view to the river. You can see the river in places, especially during Winter months, but we have chosen to keep hidden from the River Road traffic and dust).We are a 6-mile, flat, straight, scenic drive along the river to the town of Hot Springs. Three miles are pavement, three miles gravel. The drive to Asheville is an easy, 45 minutes of beautiful mountain farm land scenery. This is not a sterile vacation rental; this log cabin is filled with unique finishing touches designed to give you a true North Carolina mountain getaway experience. Enjoy a sunny deck or a screened porch with fans as you relax in the privacy Paint Rock Cabin offers. Linens and kitchenware are provided, and well-behaved pets are welcome to enjoy the property. The master bedroom offers a Queen sized bed and a Jacuzzi Tub, while the downstairs room offers two daybeds with trundles that can be configured in multiple ways, including 4 twins or two kings or the kid favorite, Giant Super Bed. Terraced garden beds are wonderfully landscaped with different flowers blooming throughout the growing season. A fire pit is located in the woods, and a hammock always begs for a breezy nap. Our private access to the river includes 5 acres of shoreland where you can peacefully enjoy our calm French Broad river pool. This is the perfect location to bring your fishing rod and picnic, build a fire, and enjoy a slower pace everybody deserves. You can also easily launch a river vessel here to enjoy the casual flow of the river. Kayaks, rafts, tubes, and canoes all work well in the French Broad and make for perfect afternoon fun. WHERE ARE WE IN RELATION TO DOWNTOWN HOT SPRINGS? We are on the "Marshall/Weaverville" side of the Hot Springs bridge- turn AT THE FRENCH BROAD RIVER BRIDGE onto RIVER ROAD and find us 6 miles downriver. ************** Downtown Hot Springs to Paint Rock Cabin is 6 miles downriver and will take you 10 minutes to drive. The drive is 3 miles of pavement and 3 miles of gravel through the protected bio-diverse section of River Rd. This is a flat, straight (a few slight curves) and scenic drive that follows the French Broad River downriver into TN. You will see our cabin sign on the right side of River Rd at the 6-mile point. Our shared river-access land is 1/4 mile beyond our driveway at the red park-like gate marked River Road Retreat Homeowners Association (on the left side of River Road). You are free to walk in or drive your car in with our gate access code and utilize the pavilion, fire circle, and outhouse there. Paint Rock Cabin is THE place to enjoy the North Carolina Blue Ridge mountains. Pull out your calender and find the time to book a truly unique and relaxing vacation cabin experience. Our REVIEWS are on other websites. Ask about lower rates (down to $125/night during slow periods...Jan, Feb, Sept). Will consider discounts for stays of a week or longer during slow times. Three night minimum desired for holiday weekends; owner will attempt to book 3-night minimum until 1 week prior to holiday date, then drop to 2-night inquiries. In announcing Hot Springs, NC as 2012's Best Small Mountain Town, Travel Editor Jack Murray of Blue Ridge Outdoors writes, ".... Hot Springs is again attracting visitors from all over the United States and beyond, and not just for the 108-degree mineral water. Nestled in the heart of Pisgah National Forest, the town is located at the crossroads of two of the most important outdoor resources in western N.C.: the Appalachian Trail and the French Broad River." And, "Hot Springs is also gaining a reputation as a romantic weekend and wedding spot. With accommodations ranging from $15 campsites to plush lodges in the several-hundred-a-night category, there is something for everyone right within the town limits. Hot Springs was recently voted the Best Small Mountain Town from Georgia to West Virginia.
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2br cabin
    Chestnut Log Cabin, directly on the Appalachian Trail in Hot Springs, outdoor hot tub and short five minute walk to town. The Chestnut Log Cabin is an absolute treasure hand crafted from the rare Chestnut logs of yesteryear. The interior is beautifully restored to its original 1922 Arts and Crafts style creating an inviting, soothing mountain get away. This two bedroom, fully equipped cabin includes a private outdoor hot tub, relaxing fire pit and large covered, rocking chair front porch. Original hardwood floors throughout the cabin and relaxing sunroom looking out on private back garden. It is located directly on the Appalachain Trail within walking distance to town and all of the Hot Springs attractions. Choose the Chestnut Log Cabin for your utlimate romantic venue or family mountain getaway. Once you experience the magic of this property you will claim the Chestnut Log Cabin as your home away from home. Keywords: log cabin, hot tub, romantic getaway, Asheville NC, complete kitchen, in town, Smoky Mountains, Appalachian Trail, French Broad River Excessive cleaning or property damage may result in additional fees. No soaps, oils or shampoos to be used in the hot tub. A $50. hot tub refill fee may be charged. The Chestnut Log Cabin is located in Hot Springs NC, surrounded by the Pisgah National Forest, in the Great Smoky Mountains. The town of Hot Springs is about half mile long where the Appalachian Trail meets the mighty French Broad River. The famous natural Hot Springs mineral baths are situated along the French Broad River and Spring Creek. Raft the river, trout fish, soak in the mineral baths, hike the Appalachian Trail, mountain bike or relax in the rocking chairs on the front porch of the Chestnut Log Cabin. All of Hot Springs and it's many activities are a short five minute walk outside your cabin door.
    cabin
    4br cabin
    • Pets Allowed
    Viking Mountain Lodge is an old, 2200 square foot log cabin located inside the Cherokee National Forest near the Appalachian Trail. The cabin sits high up in the Smoky Mountains about halfway between the quaint mountain town of Hot Springs, North Carolina and the historic town of Greeneville, Tennessee. The two story structure is made of rough cut hemlock logs that are hand hewn on the exterior side. With four bedrooms and two full bathrooms, VML has the ability to sleep 15 guests making it well suited to large groups or family reunions. VML overlooks Paint Creek which runs the width of the three acre property. Whether you’re sitting on the front porch in the handmade cypress furniture, on the deck in the rocking/adirondack chairs, or inside with the windows open, you can listen to the peaceful melody from the rushing waters of Paint Creek. Our guests frequently comment that this alone is worth trip to Viking Mountain Lodge. There is a fire pit in the front yard down by the water’s edge for roasting marshmallows or keeping warm on a cool evening. You can trout fish in the creek or catch bream in the larger of the two ponds on the property. Go for a day hike on the AT. Have a picnic on top of Camp Creek Bald. Go whitewater rafting on the French Broad River. Fly fish Big Laurel Creek. Head to historic Greeneville Tennessee and visit one of the many museums. Most of all, RELAX! Although the cabin is rustic, it has all of the amenities of home; a large, fully stocked kitchen, washer and dryer, linens, towels, wood stove, gas fireplace, 6 brand new 5 blade Hunter ceiling fans, gas/charcoal/smoker combination grill, and even a 50” High Definition Plasma TV with 7.1 surround sound for those cold or rainy days. All of this in a spacious, clean cabin decorated with numerous Bev Doolittle prints and many pieces of antique furniture. Rates are based on up to 2 person occupancy. Add $12.50 per person, per night for additional guests. Cleaning fee is included in nightly price. No additional charge. $100 off 6 night stay! Children 2 years old and under stay for free. We offer a 10% military discount with proof of service. Viking Mountain Lodge is an old, rustic, hand hewn log cabin near the Appalachian Trail in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. It overlooks Paint Creek and is located about halfway between the quaint mountain town of Hot Springs, NC and historic Greeneville, TN. VML is large enough to sleep 15 people in beds, and provides an excellent jumping off point for all kinds of outdoor adventures. Backpacking the Appalachian Trail, whitewater rafting the French Broad, zip lining through the Smokys, fly fishing the Laurel River, mountain biking the Paint Creek Trails, kayaking on the Nolichucky, and horseback riding through National Forest, just to name a few. VML is available as a vacation rental for large groups, family reunions, or couples just looking to get away from it all.
    cabin
    2br cabin
      This cozy little cabin, located 9 miles from Hot Springs and 30 miles from Asheville, sits right next to a trout stocked creek, great for fishing or cooling off. The perfect spot to unwind. Only 3 miles from the Appalachian Trail and close to Max Patch Mountain, you will enjoy an endless variety of Smoky Mountain vistas, hiking, fishing, rafting and plenty of other outdoor activities. A peaceful place to stay with easy access to the main road. The cabin sleeps 4 comfortably, a queen size in one bedroom, two twins in the other bedroom and we provide the linens. There are also two full baths with towels. The kitchen is fully equipped including a microwave, coffee pot, blender, toaster, etc. The living area has Satellite TV, stereo, phone, books, maps, local information and several games. A washer and dryer are also provided. There is a charcoal grill or, you can cook over the outside wood burning fire pit. There is a wrap around deck with a sunset view of Bluff Mountain. WI-FI internet is available in the cabin. Our new rate now includes the 7.75% Nc tax and cleaning. Please use the following link to check our reviews - http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p297234#reviews
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      2br house
        Sanders Place is a beautiful river front home within walking distance to town located on the French Broad River. The house was built in 1907 but has been completely remodeled and updated. We chose to buy this home because we have always loved Hot Springs and have enjoyed the trails, the town, the people, and the river for many years. The French Broad River offers fishing, white water rafting, or relaxing float trips. Our home is 100 feet more or less to the Appalachian Trail. Hot Springs is a very quaint, but vibrant town. It can be one of the most relaxing places you'll ever visit! Set apart from the hustle & bustle of "the real world" but with easy access to many amenities, you can't go wrong with a visit here! Our home features 2 bedrooms, both with Queen size beds and one with an additional twin size bed. The den features a double futon that can sleep 1 to 2 people, depending on size. Wireless internet is available as well as a DVD player and many movies. So bring a book, your hiking shoes, and a bathing suit & get ready to have a wonderful time. This is the only riverfront rental home you will find within the Hot Springs city limits. This home features a wonderful outdoor spa area equipped with a 6 person sauna, 6 person hot tub, an outdoor shower with hot water and toilet. The Spa area also features a 200sq ft patio with seating, a gas grill as well as an outdoor fire pit. Hot Springs, NC Is just 40 minutes north of Asheville. We are located at the junction of the Appalachian Trail and the French Broad River in a valley surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Pisgah National Forest. And, still to this day Hot Springs has the distinction of being the only town with hot mineral water in the Southeastern United States. And, North Carolina's only town that sits astride the Appalachian Trail.
        cabin
        2br cabin
        • Pets Allowed
        We have counted seven mountain chains on the horizon, viewed right from the porch! Unwind in the cool mountain air and enjoy wild flowers and farms that dot the landscape. Conifers surround this cabin. Birds are chirping, creek bubbling, cows mooing, flower beds and window boxes of lovelyflowers. Blueberries in season. We invite you to come see us soon. The evening temperature is always cool. We are in farming country, and the sounds of cows, and even a mule can be heard. All we need is you to come and enjoy life in Fines Creek! A $25 per stay pet fee will be charged if there is a pet. A $35 damage deposit will be added returnable after proper inspection. Usually within 30 days. We are at Exit 15 "Fines Creek" on Interstate 40; Exit 24 on Route 23 picking up Route 209 to Fines Creek.
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        2br cabin
          Our Riverfront Cabin is an authentic Appalachian log home that's set up like a luxury hotel. We are just few minutes outside the town of Hot Springs, NC and the Hot Springs Resort and Spa, the only hot mineral springs in Western NC! Asheville and the Biltmore Estate are also just minutes away. Inside the cabin you'll be surrounded by modern luxury with a rustic mountain appeal. We feature exotic hardwood floors throughout, as well as granite counters and stainless appliances in the kitchen. In our very spacious master suites you will find custom log furniture, and a new leather set in the living room. There is full cable via DirecTV and a flat screen in every room. We also feature individual climate control in every room. Outside you'll have 8 acres of mountain pasture and a quarter mile of totally accessible trout river frontage all to yourself! Light a bonfire by the river anytime and fish for mountain and rainbow trout right outside your front door! The Cabin is located in the area of Madison County called Shelton Laurel, and sits right on the banks of the beautiful Shelton Laurel River. Gorgeous mountain views all around and the river is few steps from the spacious front porch. Our guests have the Cabin and 8 acres all to themselves, plus 1/4 mile of fully accessible trout river frontage! We have a very easy level access to our property, motorcycles are welcome. Please no motor homes or RV's.
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          3br cabin
            Butterfly Farm is placed in the Blue Ridge Mountains between two magnificently flowing streams that can be heard from almost anywhere on the property including the cabin. The best is the spring fed pond which has been carefully designed as a healing pond. It is built on a huge granit shelf which offers a grounding charge to the spring fed water as it flows across it to feed this beautiful pond. The water circulates the precise amount of times in an hour to maintain the perfect combination or mineral charge, grounding energy, and restorative properties. As well as offering extremely clean and purified water to have either a healing swim or soak, or simply a shoes off transformational grounding experience standing on the granite rock itself as the rushing water from the stream rushes over your feet. There is an old barn, lots of native wild flowers and herbs, five different types of fruit bearing trees and bushes, several planted gardens to enjoy in the spring and fall, lots of rocks to hang out on, not to mention the colorful change of the leaves in the autumn and peaceful silence of a winter snow fall. There is a secret deck built over the very place that the two streams meet, a spot that has to be experienced to get the true impact of the powerful energy that nature creates for all who join her there. In addition to the “secret deck” there is an open deck looking out towards the majestic blue ridge for dinning and a covered porch for sipping your morning coffee. There is natural hiking all over the property and plenty of spots for communing, contemplating, and romancing. Whatever your heart’s desire. The owner of the cabin is an interior designer in New York City and has recently renovated and decorated it to have a cozy, modern, nostalgic feeling. From new hardwood floors, to bead-board walls and ceilings that are painted soft soothing colors, to modern and curious materials, appointments, and lighting. You will love the cozy simplicity of each room including: A country kitchen, what it does not have in glamorous design is made up by having all you need to cook a great holiday meal, beautiful dishes and accoutrements; Martha Stewart would be envious! The living room with wood burning stove and dining room table has a comfortable “L shaped” sofa that can easily seat 8 people for a good movie. The bathroom has new retro hardware including a rain-shower. Each bedroom is uniquely inspired with a different feeling. The master bedroom has a queen sized bed with a lattice headboard and a pull out sofa, the room has a nostalgic old-fashioned feeling to it. There is an upstairs room known as “the poppy room” which offers a double bed with an antique metal frame combined with modern appointments. And the “shared room” has three twin beds and a trundle-bed. It is bright and playful with happy colors to brighten up everybody’s stay. For a month stay, get one night free. Hello! And welcome to the beautiful healing and transformative Butterfly Farm. Set in the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains in the Hot Springs area of North Carolina this is truly a magical place. It is placed on thirty-five acres of natural beauty amongst mountain flora and fauna nestled between two natural streams accessible from most of the property. You can pass your time reading by the spring fed pond, venturing off for some natural hiking, dining with friends and family on the cozy outside deck, spending time together in the newly appointed cabin, or contemplating all that life has to offer on the secret hide away deck positioned above the very point that the two steams meet to form one. The cozy, but modern comfort of the interiors of the cabin was designed by the owner, an interior designer in New York City, bring back memories of simpler easier times. Your time spent at butterfly farm is sure to bring about your own metamorphosis, you will surely leave feeling nourished, inspired and transformed.
            cabin
            3br cabin
              Pleasant Bank Rentals is on the French Broad River. We are two miles from Hot Springs, We have two Cabins a Log cabin that sleeps six, has a hot tub. Red Cabin sleeps four. They both have complete kitchens, AC, Sal TV, Towels and Linens are furnished. There is a deck with private access to the river. We are located two miles from downtown Hot Springs, on the French Broad River. Wildlife is seen quite often on the property and often will be at the back door; like dear, turkey, rabbits, ducks, geese. The road in front of the cabin is often used for biking, and sometimes for a relaxing walk. The private deck by the river, is great for fishing and also is a way to put in your boats. Tubing is available from the local firms.
              Chalet
              2br Chalet
              • Pets Allowed
              • Parking
              The SpaceTHIS IS A SUPERHOST PROPERTY with a 5 star cleanliness rating by air bnb guests. I keep windows open for fresh mountain air from April through November. Remote and far from noisy hwy 209 and hwy 63 both have a lot of traffic. Elevation 3200 feet. One mile off paved road. 2 bedrooms 1 bath, den, entire first floor (1100 sq ft) One mile off the paved road. Owner resides on 2nd floor. No traffic noise here. Our nearest neighbor is 1/2 mile away. This property is located just 100 yards from the edge of the Pisgah National Forest. We provide linens, towels and sheets, soap, shampoo. Free cut and split oak firewood for outside firepit. Locked door between upstairs and downstairs. Fridge and coffee maker in den. Outside gas grill for cooking. Dishes and utensils. No kitchen just the gas grill for cooking. Purest mountain spring water you will ever taste. Guest AccessSemi private one floor (first floor) 1100 square feet, 2 bedrooms , 1 bath, gas grill outside. Nice Den area with small fridge, tv in den, each bedroom has a flatscreen TV. Fire pit outside with firewood included at no cost. NO pet fee for dogs. Dogs run free here. 1 BEDROOM has a queen bed 2nd bedroom has a queen and a single bed. Custom meal plans available. The NeighborhoodI purchased this PROPERTY in 2008 and established the DEER ROCK CHALET rental business in 2009. Remote with awesome mountain views. One mile from the paved road, no traffic noise here. Nearest neighbor is 1/2 mile away. Come to where the mountain air is pure. Getting Around180 PRIVATE acres. With NO traffic noise. Escape the noise of hot springs. No cars, motorcycles, trucks, TRAINS! Other Things to NoteDog friendly property, dogs can run free here, no cars, no traffic, no neighbors. 3200 feet elevation, enjoy the cool mountain air. Sheets,towels,soap and shampoo provided. Coffee provided.
              Home/Apartment
              1br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Pets Allowed
              • Parking
              The SpaceSunday-Thursday night stays of 3-5 nights receive a $20/night discount. Established in 1992, Broadwing Farm is home to three generations of the Dixon family, located one mile from downtown Hot Springs, NC on a plateau above the French Broad River in beautiful Western North Carolina. Broadwing Farm Poplar Cabin is situated on our 85 acre organic farm with the Pisgah National Forest out the back door and one of the most breathtaking views of the French Broad River Valley out the front door. We invite you to come stay and feel welcome to look around the farm and gardens. You may see us mowing a field, harvesting the beans and corn, or fishing in the pond. We make every effort to make our guests feel at home while we live the life we have chosen here on Broadwing Farm. We are fortunate to be able to offer our Poplar Cabin guests a private outdoor hot tub filled only with fresh, hot mineral water for relaxing under the starry sky. The Poplar Cabin has a loft divided into a private bedroom with queen size bed and a TV room with DVD and Satellite. There are two additional double futons, one in the TV room & the other in the downstairs living area for total sleeping of six. The high ceiling and natural light together with the poplar paneling and pine floor give an airy, warm atmosphere. There is a full kitchen, bathroom with shower, ac, gas fireplace, WiFi, land line w/free long distance, Satellite TV, and propane grill. Towels and linens are provided. There is also a spacious deck on the front for relaxing with family or friends and watching sunsets. During the growing season, our farm focus is mainly on our large gardens full of a wide variety of vegetables and cooking herbs, a young orchard for fruit and small flock of chickens for eggs. In season, we happily share our harvest with our guests. During the spring and early summer, we sell vegetable, herb and flower garden starts from our greenhouse. Hot Springs is a dream of outdoor adventures. The hiking in the Hot Springs area is some of the best in the Southeast with a wide range of challenge, from easy to strenuous. Even if you'd prefer a leisurely stroll down the main street in Hot Springs, you'll be walking on the Appalachian Trail! The French Broad River offers fantastic class II and III whitewater along with wonderful fishing, and breathtaking scenery. Hot Springs also provides a good selection of privately owned and operated restaurants and stores to keep you entertained during your stay. If you'd like a trip into the "big city", Hot Springs is just an hour from Asheville, NC where you can enjoy an eclectic variety of restaurants, museums, tailgate markets, microbreweries, shops and of course the famous Biltmore Estate. We have had the pleasure of sharing our farm with guests for the last 15 years. Our guests visit from all over the world and we are lucky to have such a beautiful spot for sharing. We hope you have an opportunity to visit soon! Guest AccessGuests are welcome to wander around the farm, fish in the pond and visit the garden during the growing season. Behind the cabin, you have access to the Pisgah National Forest. Interaction with GuestsPlease let us know if you need anything during your stay. If you're looking for something in the cabin and don't see it, chances are we have it at the house, just over the hill. The NeighborhoodHot Springs is a town of about 550 year round residents. Broadwing Farm is less than 1 mile from downtown Hot Springs. You have the best of both worlds, 85 acres of fields and forest and just a short 1 mile drive to pick up a few groceries or enjoy a meal at a local restaurant. Getting AroundThe road from the farm to Hot Springs is narrow with a mountain on one side and overlooking the French Broad River on the other. We don't suggest walking or riding your bike. However, just a short drive downstream, the road widens and provides a lovely, safe place for a mellow walk or bike ride. Other Things to NoteThe town of Hot Springs NC has several festivals during the spring and summer months. Please check out our tourism association website for details.
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              2br Home/Apartment
              • Pets Allowed
              • Parking
              The SpaceIf you are ready to sleep with the windows open and only hear the wind blowing and the creek trickle by then this is the place for you! The original family home was located where the fire pit is in the front yard. Unfortunately the house burned in the early 60s. The current house was built from an old church that was disassembled and reconstructed from the lumber. I took out all the old paneling in the main bedroom and kitchen to uncover the old lap board. It was a fun project. Guest AccessThere currently is no internet service or phone service. This house it located in a quiet area of the Great Smoky Mountains and is meant for relaxing and getting away from the hectic world we live in today. Interaction with GuestsI believe guests want peace and quiet when they come to relax. I offer as much help before their arrival as I can. If there is any concern about the house while someone is there, I can be reached and get the problem resolved. I really want people to feel like they are at their second home. The NeighborhoodThere are only a few neighbors in the area. This house is located in a very quiet rural area where you wake up listening to birds singing instead of traffic. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation in this rural area. Other Things to NoteThis house is great for hikers and bikers because it is close to max patch in pisgah national forest. It is also a nice place to meditate and use your creative talents such as photography and painting.motorcyclists love this area because of the curves on the way to hot springs.
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              2br Home/Apartment
              • Parking
              The SpaceFern Rock, the Fox and the Fawn are secluded cabins located on Troublesome Gap. Both cabins are included in your rental. Enjoy sweeping winter mountain views from the large hot tub or relax on one of several decks with a good book or just enjoy the peaceful surroundings and beautiful starlit nights! The Fox has a queen bed and a futon, the Fawn has a queen bed. The kitchen in the Fox has everything you need to prepare a yummy dinner or cook on the campfire or use the Weber Gas Grill on the porch. Access to the Fox, Fawn and Humanure is stepping stones, so being sure footed is necessary. Flashlights are available to watch what you are stepping on and keep you safe. Fern Rock has a steep driveway, 4-wheel drive is recommended. If you don't have 4 wheel drive, not to worry, we'll get you to the Fox and Fawn with our Gator. Do Not Rely on GPS for directions. Guest AccessThe trail and pond are for your enjoyment. We do ask that you catch and release. One small fire pit by the Fox and one large fire pit by the pond. Never leave a fire unattended and use fire safety. Feel free to hike over to Fern Rock for internet service. On occasion Fern Rock may be rented, please be respectful. There are several comfy rockers or a hammock to relax in if you need to connect. Cell service is "iffy" ...if you have Verizon you are in luck. If the St Louis Room is not being used, please relax and unplug in this great space. Our Goal is your perfect stay! Interaction with GuestsWe want you to feel "away from it all" We live near the property but unless you need anything we will respect your privacy. We are accessible by email, phone or text at your discretion, but will generally not be present during your stay. The NeighborhoodWe are remote and in the middle of nature. Can't ask for much more than that. Come here to disconnect! Come prepared with a tank full of gas to explore and groceries in tow. Spring Creek has a wonderful eatery at the Trust General Store and Hot Springs with it's eclectic atmosphere and good eats is just 10 miles through the Pisgah National Forest. The Great Smokies is an hour to the South and Hiking the AT is a must while you are here. If your interested in any local watering holes or waterfalls off the beaten path just ask. 50 minutes from Asheville. Getting AroundWe are in a remote area. Come prepared with gas and groceries. There's an Ingles in Leicester, as well as Marshall, both about a 45-50 minute drive. Other Things to Note** Fern Rock has a steep driveway, 4-wheel drive is recommended. If you don't have 4 wheel drive, not to worry, we'll get you up here :) ** If internet is needed feel free to visit the porch of Fern Rock. **do not rely on GPS for directions. **Cell phone service is iffy. Verizon is the most reliable. ** Jotul Stove Fireplaces are turned off for the summer.
              Bed & Breakfast
              1br Bed & Breakfast
              • Pets Allowed
              The SpaceFar from hwy 209 and hwy 63 both have noise with heavy traffic. When you reserve here you get the entire 1st floor. Duplex style cabin. 1st floor. mountain views of MAX PATCH MOUNTAIN. Semi private with private entrance, locked door between first and second floor. 1st floor about 1100 sq. ft. Owner does reside on second floor with friendly well socialized dog, picture of dog and owner in profile. Very quiet area, no cars, no noise, no people. Nearest neighbor is 1/2 mile away. This is one mile from the paved road. Property is on the edge of the Pisgah National Forest. We are about 15 minutes south of Hot Springs way up in the mountains, elevation 3150 ft. DOG FRIENDLY. Free firewood (cut split oak) for outside campfires. No minimum stay, one night is ok. Meals are not included. Guest AccessWindows open from March til Nov. So you enjoy the fresh mountain air. Sheets, bath towels, soap, shampoo is all included. This rate is based on two people. Single bed in other bedroom, so you can add a third person. You will have the entire private first floor about 1100 sq. ft. This price is based on 2 people. Interaction with GuestsOwner is on site if assistance is needed. Owner loves dogs, all breeds and all sizes. The NeighborhoodIncredible mountain views. Very quiet here, off the beaten path. Deer everywhere. Other Things to NoteWe have the best (completely natural) mountain spring water you will ever taste. This is the very edge of the Pisgah National Forest. THIS PRICING IS FOR 2 PEOPLE 1 PRIVATE BEDROOM. SHARED BATHROOM. To get the entire 1st floor make reservation under EBBS MILL DEER ROCK CHALET.
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              4br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Pets Allowed
              • Parking
              The SpaceThere are 2 queen bed rooms, 1 full bed room and 2 bunk beds in one large room (with a TV). There is also a large sectional couch that can sleep two comfortably. All of the bedding, great room furniture and rugs are less than 3 years old. There are 2 half baths a large tiled shower room with 2 shower heads and an outside (enclosed) shower. Full kitchen includes side by side refrigerator / freezer with ice maker and chilled water, full size stove / oven, coffee maker, toaster, blender, crock pot, griddle, microwave and breakfast bar with 4 stools. There is plenty of cookware, utensils, dishes and glassware. Guest AccessThere is access to a washer and dryer, the fish pond, 28 acres of woodland, fire pit and wood, gas grill, 55" plasma TV (satellite), blue ray player, extra towels, blankets and pillows and more (just ask if you need something). Interaction with GuestsWe may or not be on site. We live in a separate cabin on the property about 200 feet from the Bunkhouse. On occasion we may need to enter The Bunkhouse to get food out of freezers located in the laundry room. Please don't hesitate to call, text or message thru Airbnb if you need something or have a question. The Neighborhood12 miles from Greeneville on a 1 mile private lane with only 2 other residents. Surrounded by mountains only minutes away from the Cherokee National Forest (check out the Paint Creek Corridor on the web). Many historical sites including Jonesborough (Tennessee's oldest town) and the birthplaces of Davy Crockett and Andrew Johnson (17th US president). Mountain view golf course in 15 minutes. Also Bristol Motor Speedway (Spring and Fall Nascar Racing) is about 40 miles away. Tri - Cities Regional Airport is about an hour away. Also airports in Knoxville and Asheville area are about 1.5 hour drive. There is a convenience store with gas, beverages, groceries, carry out sandwiches and pizza 4 miles away. Getting AroundNo public transportation. Other Things to NoteChildren under 3 are not considered additional guests. No added nightly charge. Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Asheville, NC are a little over an hour away. There is quick access to the French Broad River for rafting, canoeing and fishing. 25 minutes from Living at Peace Farm you can hop on the Appalachian Trail near Hot Springs, NC. Go to the website VisitGreenevilleTn and click on "What to Do" to see other activities and events in Greene County and the surrounding area. Note, you can view and download a brochure listing 40 available day trips.
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              2br Home/Apartment
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              The SpaceMyra's Cottage is tucked in a mountain cove we call Owl Holler and borders Pisgah National Forest. Located near historic Stackhouse and just a mile above a main whitewater access point for the French Broad River, Myra’s Cottage offers serene comfort for retreat, recreation and renewal. Resting in a meadow surrounded by forested ridges and two creeks, the cottage provides privacy in a beautiful mountain setting. The cottage has access to many trails that are located on the surrounding 100 acre property. The modern cottage includes two bedrooms (queen & double), fully equipped kitchen, dining nook, living room with sleeper sofa, bathroom with tub/shower, carport and a large screened porch that overlooks Barney’s Branch. Washer/dryer, dishwasher, ceiling fans, wood stove, window air conditioner, central heat, TV with DVD/VHS player and video library, and all necessary linens ensure convenience and comfort. The Ping Pong table on the porch challenges you to relive your summer camp days or offers an opportunity to learn a new sport. Myra’s Cottage is located strategically for quick access to all major attractions. 1.5 miles form Hwy 25/70, 1 mile from French Broad River access, 4 miles from Appalachian Trail, 8 miles from Hot Springs, 10 miles from Marshall, 31 miles (35 minutes) from Asheville. Hiking, biking, paddling, and nature emersion options galore are at your doorstep. Nearby Attractions: Blue Heron Whitewater 8 miles French Broad Rafting and Ziplines 5.5 miles Nantahala Outdoor Center 5.5 miles USA Rafting 2 miles Hot Springs Resort and Spa 8 miles Sandy Bottom Trail Rides 13 miles Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire house except for the unoccupied basement which is locked. The yard, adjoining fields, woods and the creek are at your disposal. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to help as needed and as our schedule allows. Please let us know prior to check in if you will want our assistance. We know the area very well and can give you information and recommendations. We will respect your privacy and leave you alone unless you request our involvement. The NeighborhoodHistoric Stackhouse community. Road dead ends at the French Broad River. Rural setting. Neighbors are friendly and helpful and are aware the cottage is a rental. Getting AroundYou need a car. Closest car rentals are in Asheville. Also available at the Asheville airport. Cottage is close to area attractions and only 31 miles from Asheville. Other Things to NoteWe live 400 feet up the holler. We share the driveway and need you to leave room for our vehicles to pass the cottage.