Excellent

2 reviews

1 / 62 Enjoy morning sun, coffee, and pastries on the wrap-around porch

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Overview

Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
1
Sleeps:
6
Type:
House
Pets allowed:
No
Wi-Fi available:
Yes

Description from owner

The Old Campbell Farm:

2 BR / 1 BA - Easy access, views of beautiful Iotla Valley & Cowee Mtns Range

Exterior and grounds of this 1880's farmstead have been preserved with deference to the rich history.

Interior has been renovated with all the desirable modern comforts and conveniences, including linens and towels for your use. Only a short drive from many western North Carolina destinations. Screened porch perfect for picnics and morning coffee. Bike routes nearby for easy access. Non-Smoking.

-Four-season, easy access

-Valley view

-Fully furnished

-Maximum occupancy: 6

-Bedroom 1: Queen

-Bedroom 2: 2 Singles

-One queen AirDream sofa bed

-One bathroom

-Modern kitchen with dishwasher

-Spacious living/dining area

-Washer (high-efficiency) and dryer

-Central A/C and heat with high-efficiency heat pump

-Fireplace with gas logs

-Wide-screen, HDTV

-Free WiFi

-Free nation-wide calling

-Screened porch with outdoor dining furniture and rocking chairs

-Gas outdoor grill

-Small stream perfect for dabbling toes on a hot afternoon

-Front lawn large enough for a family softball game (or a wedding reception)

-Extensive, marked bicycle routes nearby

Beds: 1 Queen Bed, 2 Twin Beds, 1 Sofa Bed

About the area

Treat yourself to an evening at the Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts, a premiere venue for great performances. Perhaps you'd like to include some well-known destinations on your itinerary: Nantahala National Forest Appalachian Trail Pigeon Forge, TN Asheville, NC Biltmore House Cherohala Skyway and the Blue Ridge Parkway Legendary Cherokee Cradle of Forestry Great Smoky Mountains Railroad Cades Cove The Whistle Stop Mall Old School Antique Mall Outdoor activities to consider: Cycling (The Old Campbell Farm is adjacent to the Burningtown Loops) Boating Fly fishing Gem mining Horseback riding Knee-boarding Viewing waterfalls Lake fishing Mountain biking Rafting Zipping along canopy tours Snow skiing (at Cataloochee Ski Area) Swimming Tubing Water skiing

Owner profile

Jim And Pam R

Amenities

Features

  • Air conditioning
  • Grill
  • Heating
  • Fireplace
  • High Speed Internet
  • Linen provided
  • Parking Included

Appliances

  • Clothes dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron
  • Refrigerator
  • Satellite TV
  • Microwave
  • Stove
  • Telephone
  • Toaster
  • Washing machine

Activities

  • Cycling Trips
  • Fishing
  • Water sports

Reviews (2)

Excellent – based on 2 reviews Excellent
2 reviews

“Can you say Fireflies or maybe Lightning Bugs?”

Reviewed 22 Sep 2016

This cabin is located in a serene setting with a very small brook a stones throw away from the porch (we had a snapping turtle try to block our road one morning). The very friendly owners, Jim and Pam, have taken great pains to include the old cabin in the restoration and their love for the place shows in the detail work. All of the appliances are new as is the furniture and the beds (for some reason the mattresses do tend to make slight noises when you get up or down). Out one of the windows in the living room, which faces the old barn, we saw rabbits each evening while waiting on the plentiful fireflies to make a show. There are no immediate neighbors and we enjoyed taking a stroll down the dirt road. The cabin is just a short distance from the main paved road running through the valley and it's about 10 minutes to downtown Franklin. There were plentiful paper towels, napkins, toilet paper, etc. so we didn't need to purchase anything except food.

Owner's reply: Great guests! We really enjoyed hosting your stay and showing you some of the wild turkeys in the Iotla Valley. Ya'll are welcome back any time. Pam and Jim

“Prettier than the photos!!”

Reviewed 23 Aug 2016

Wonderful owners who were helpful about things to see in the area. It felt like having a knowledgable concierge just down the road. House is immaculate-- photos do not do it justice. Lovely decor and a well-executed renovation saved the 1880's elements of the original log cabin. Plenty of privacy and nice landscaping on this large property. They really thought of everything. Being able to make a quick Keurig coffee (they included the coffee!) on the way out in the mornings was so easy. All of our group members said they'd like to return to this rental. Thanks go out to Jim and Pam. We all had a great weekend! Happy Trails, Mary

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Owner Supplied Testimonials

The Campbell Farm cabin is a wonderful retreat any time of the year. Jim and Pam are amazing to work with and they ensure every need is met. Our son and his family stayed for three weeks and we visited often. The cabin is situated in the beautiful Smokey Mountains with rolling hills and a wonderful stream just off the screened porch. The accommodations are first class. I highly recommend the Old Campbell Farm to everyone looking for a peaceful, relaxing home away from home! (Melanie W.)