Start planning your Smoky Mountain escape in this cozy cabin located in Brasstown, North Carolina, United States. The forest cabin sleeps up to 3 guests. The cabin is nestled on a sizable area of land just outside of Brasstown, North Carolina, a cozy 600-square-foot cabin that makes an ideal escape for those looking to get away from it all. The cabin focuses on functionality and comfort, an efficient home that effortlessly complements the natural beauty that surrounds it.
After brewing a morning pot of coffee, you can stroll around the property to greet the goats and chickens fenced in at the end of the pasture, and maybe even spot some deer passing through the property in the early morning. The cabin is surrounded by gorgeous mountain views, a private pond with a spring house, and dogs are welcome. This cozy cabin is perfect for the adventurous couple and their furry friend looking to unplug and reconnect with themselves, nature, and the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains.
This studio cabin has a twin daybed, twin trundle bed, and a pullout bed. Outside you’ll find a private pond, handmade iron grill, large pasture, fenced-in farm animals on end of pasture (goats and chickens), panoramic mountain vistas, cozy covered, and furnished front porch, event-friendly, 1 mile to the river (fishing). Inside the cozy cabin, you’ll find wall-to-wall picture windows, a quaint breakfast table, flat-screen TV, free WiFi, towels/linens, TV tray by loveseat, wall heater, window air conditioning unit. The cabin has a mini-refrigerator, gas 5-burner stovetop and oven range, microwave, toaster, Keurig coffee maker, blender, cookware, dishware, glassware, silverware, and a pantry cabinet. The property pond is unfenced and may not be suitable for small children. The driveway has enough parking for 5 vehicles.
Brasstown is located in the mountains of western North Carolina is best described as a modest artisan town. There are several shops and galleries that line one side of the road facing the folk school campus at the junction of Old US 64 and Brasstown Road. It is a town in a rural farm community with its own post office. The following are some of the activities and things that you will find close to the forest cabin building.
Airports. Chattanooga Airport (86.4 miles), Asheville Regional Airport (119 miles), and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (131 miles).
Attractions. John C Campbell Folk School (1.5 miles), Cherokee Historical Museum (8.0 miles), Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel (11.5 miles), and the Salty Dog Gem Mine (25.8 miles).
Biking and hiking. Nottley Reservoir Trail (13.3 miles), Miller Trek Trailhead (15.0 miles), Cherokee Lake Recreation Area (15.0 miles), Panther Top Lookout (16.2 miles), Jack Rabbit Trailhead (19.8 miles), and the Nantahala National Forest (30.9 miles).
Grocery Stores. Peachtree Produce (3.8 miles), Ingles Market (9.8 miles), Save A Lot (9.8 miles), and Walmart Supercenter (10.1 miles).
Restaurants. The Crown Restaurant (2.1 miles), Bistro 29 (8.1 miles), Murphy’s Chophouse (8.2 miles), Valley River Brewery (8.2 miles), and the Rib Country BBQ (10.4 miles).
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