|Per night||$125 - $150|
|Per week||$625 - $750|
A private, paved drive brings you to the front door with a double garage and additional parking for boat or RV. Convenient to Hiawassee along scenic lake-side Highway 17, or to Franklin and Murphy via National Scenic-Byway, the Southern Appalachians Highway 64.
Satellite HDTV with DVR, VCR & DVD, and DSL internet service. Generous on space with a full kitchen and laundry that includes coffee maker, microwave, convection-toaster oven, stove and washer & dryer. Central heat and air throughout, and all rooms feature ceiling fans and walk-in closets.
In total, over 1800 square feet of interior space.
Step outside onto either a custom-built BBQ deck with gas grill and bench seating, or the over-sized covered, screened, and handsomely furnished front porch. The two-car garage provides ample space for cars and bikes.
Seasonal apple and fall festivals, local playhouse productions, and summertime music events in nearby Hiawassee and Hayesville.
|Mar 01 2016||Oct 13 2016||-||$125||$625||$1,275||3 Nights|
|Oct 14 2016||Dec 31 2016||-||$150||$750||$1,575||3 Nights|
|Check In: 12 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Deposits: $200 refundable security deposit, plus rent deposit (one-half total) due two weeks prior to arrival.|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: Non-refundable cleaning fee, amount dependent on length of stay.|
Reviews for this vacation home rental in Hayesville, North Carolina
Susan Snell Honeycutt
Harley House Blue Ridge, Ga.
October 28, 2013
The three story house was adorable and everything we needed was there except food. Charming, cozy, peaceful, warm and comfortable are just a few words to describe this house and our week long visit.
What a great place! We have stayed all over the North Georgia and Western NC area, but keep coming back here. Love the location, easy to get to, paved roads all the way, quiet setting, but not far from Hayesville, Hiawassee, or even Franklin.
Terrific mountain view from the porch makes for a perfect place for a morning devotion. After several stays, we have yet to even begin to see or do all the things highlighted in the activity binder in the cabin. We would honestly like to go back up, hopefully soon.
Greg Haywood, FAE