Met our three older children with spouses for weeks vacation in the mountains and we were not disappointed. Some came from Hamburg, NY, Pensacola, Fl and Wilmington, NC. Everyone had a great time. Accommodations were excellent. Cabin was fully stocked with supplies and as promised homemade chocolate chip cookies. Near to all the attractions including Asheville and Cherokee. NC has a three day trout fishing license for $5. Quite a bargain. The family left well rested even after climbing around the mountains and white water rafting. They enjoyed “Rolling Thunder” as they were allowed to have our 8 yr old grandson in the boat with them. Grandmother and grandfather were worn out after five days. Tom and Sue were great hosts. Full of answers to our many questions and always done with a smile.
The house is easy to find and close to the interstate but far enough up the mountain to be very quiet and secluded. There were three couples staying and we each had our own floor with a good bed and bathroom. The house is stocked with plenty of towels and kitchen supplies. The hot tub was great for relaxing at the end of the day. The owner, Tom, was great. He was waiting for us when we arrived and gave us a tour. He had a birthday cake and cookies waiting for us. I only wish that I had more time to enjoy the beautiful house and scenery!
After much research on VRBO, we decided on this cabin for our trip to Maggie Valley. We had been promising for some time to take our granddaughter to see the “Indians at Cherokee.” We were met by Tom and Sue and directed to the cabin. There was cookies and a cake bought especially for mine and my husband’s anniversary. We loved the hospitality and the home and area. The fireflies at night brought back childhood memories and was a first for our granddaughter and her friend. The cabin was in super condition and had so many extras to enjoy. We would love to stay with Tom and Sue again in the future. The girls began a game of counting all the chicken decorations in and around the home many times but were always distracted by something else they wanted to investigate or explore. The number of chicken decorations is still a mystery. We’ll have to save that for another time.