You'll love this Clyde, North Carolina log cabin with views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The studio cabin with loft can accommodate up to 4 guests comfortably and is fully equipped with a fire pit, a gas grill, and 54 acres of land. This 1830's Clyde cabin boasts a rustic charm while still offering modern conveniences. Perfect for couples and small families looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this escape is the ideal place to relax and unplug as you explore the beautiful surrounding area. The cabin sits on 54 acres of land with a fire pit, a loft with a queen-sized bed, and a living room with a queen sleeper sofa.
During your vacation stay, you can enjoy outdoor living with a covered back deck, rocking chairs, Adirondack chairs, and mountain views. The fully equipped kitchen has a fridge, stove, oven, dishwasher, microwave, cooking basics, coffee maker, toaster, island with seating for 4, dishware, flatware, paper towels, and trash bags. Inside the cabin, you will find a flat-screen TV, DVD player, propane fireplace, board games, and ceiling fans. Linens, towels, washer and dryer, central air conditioning and heating, complimentary toiletries, hair dryer, iron, and ironing board. The cabin has stairs required to access, 4WD or AWD required to access the property, wildlife may be present, no WiFi, and reliable cell service. The cabin has a driveway with enough room for 2 vehicles.
The cabin is located in Clyde, North Carolina, United States close to Hurricane Creek (12.2 miles), Great Smoky Mountains National Park (14.6 miles), Big Fork Ridge Trailhead (21.9 miles), and Cataloochee Ski Area (23.1 miles). Places to see close to the cabin include Buzzard's Roost Overlook (15.8 miles), Cataloochee Valley Overlook (16.7 miles), Main Street Waynesville (17.4 miles), Downtown Asheville (38.7 miles), and Biltmore Estate (38.8 miles). Local wineries and breweries in the area include the Frog Level Brewing Co. (15.5 miles), Blue Ridge Beer Hub (15.7 miles), B & C Winery (16.9 miles), BearWaters Brewing Company, Creekside (18.8 miles), and Addison Farms Vineyard (28.5 miles). The Asheville Regional Airport is 43.4 miles away.
During your vacation stay in Clyde, North Carolina there is plenty to see and do. If you enjoy hiking you will enjoy visiting the North Carolina section of the Appalachian trail which rises to spectacular summits including the 6,643-foot Clingmans Dome, the highest mountain on the Appalachian Trail, and drops into the dark and steep walls of the Nantahala River Gorge. The Appalachian Trail has 95.7 miles in North Carolina, but they also Trail runs along the Tennessee/North Carolina border for 224.7 additional miles. As the Appalachian Trail ascends to the High Country of the state line, hikers on the trail traverse the highest mountains along the trail, including several above 6,000 feet. When visiting the trail you will need an advance permit for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and depending on the length of your hike, shelter reservations as well. All backpackers to the trail are required to stay at designated sites.
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