Hidden Remote Mountain Cabin with hot tub.
- Smoking Allowed
- Pets Allowed
- Swimming Pool
Timber Haven is a gorgeous log cabin that is not only kid and pet friendly but can also accommodate horses. The sophisticated one level cabin offers both accessibility and privacy. Its features include: Three bedroom/ two bathroom cabin that can comfortably accommodate 10 people Custom designed and locally crafted log furniture throughout. Stay 4 or more consecutive nights in a cabin, and get 1 night free.Guest Access
Enclosed and covered back porch with hot tub Fenced yard and horse pasture ($10.00 fee per horse per day) Covered front porch Large kitchen with prep island and dishwasher Stone gas fireplace in the living area Two full size baths with a Jacuzzi tub in the master bathroom Master bedroom has a king bed and the second bedroom has a queen size bed. Bunk room has two bunk beds with full size bottom bunks. Sitting room also has full size futon. Guests have access to the swimming pool.Interaction with Guests
Guests can come sit with us on the store porch for a spell. Ask one of our staff members to guide you through the many trails around. They are sure to take you to the best views and introduce you to many natural edibles along the way. If you are looking to explore the surrounding Tennessee areas, they will gladly direct you to one of the many nearby touring attractions.The Neighborhood
Peace and quiet. We're located at the foot of the Cherokee Mountains in the East Tennessee countryside. Lot's of wild edibles if you know who to ask such as blueberries, black raspberries, nut trees, and chicory. It stays cooler up here than down in Greeneville, and we get magnificent cool winds. Sometimes when it's been raining the clouds will flow over the mountain like water. We also have our fare share of wildlife- plenty of rabbits, the occasional deer, raccoons, foxes, turkeys, killdeer, cardinals, bluebirds, hummingbirds, Canadian geese, various hawks and birds of prey, whippoorwill, doves, swifts, woodpeckers, and many more. We also have free ranging cats, all fixed, spayed, and vaccinated. Also friendly!Getting Around
No public transit. We're a horse ranch so bring your horses! It's a 15-20 minute drive into town.Other Things to Note
The trail head that leads into the National forest is right down the road. There is a trail that leads to the top of the mountain to the fire tower outlook. Good for hikers or horseback riders. There is also a separate road for cars. There is also a road/trail that goes down the other side of the Mountain to the Burnett Gap area.