Private Cabin in the Nanatahala Forest
From $57 / night
|Per night:||$60 - $95|
|Per week:||$400 - $550|
Pets allowed: No
The cabin has two bedrooms - one with a king-size bed the other with 2 twin beds that can be pushed together to make a king.
This newly-renovated cabin has a fully equipped kitchen including coffee maker, espresso maker, toaster, microwave, stove, oven, crock pot, refrigerator, dishwasher, dishes, table ware, pots and pans, washer and dryer. There is a picnic table and charcoal grill for out-door cooking. Bathroom and bedroom linens are provided. The only things you need to bring are your personal items, food and any CD's, DVD's or Video tapes; Direct TV is furnished.
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An extra-large covered front porch with rocking chairs and wooden porch swing await your arrival. It's the perfect place to relax and renew any time of the day or night.
The Robbinsville library just behind the elementary school accommodates visitor computer usage and quick connections on their numerous computers and has Wi-Fi as does McDonalds and Wendys; call or drive by to check their hours.
Generally speaking the dress is very casual, humidity low, and temperature close to perfect most days and nights in the spring, summer and fall. Winter days are chilly and the powdery snows breathtaking. It's never too early to make reservations for the fall when the leaves are at their peak and the apples at their best. Spontaneous vacations are sometimes the best!! Call us for availability - we offer two-night minimums.
The Cherohala Skyway is destined to be the next Wonder of the World! The Skyway connects Robbinsville NC and Tellico Plains TN.
Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Asheville's Biltmore House and Harrah's Casino in Cherokee make pleasant day-trips from the cabin.
The Nanatahala Forest and River offer something for everyone. Exhilarating White Water, picnic by the river, walks in the forest and elegant dining.
There is also river rafting with guides available to accommodate any level. The Cheoah River and the Ocoee River both offer a challenging White Water adventure!
The Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest and Slickrock area give a view into what the eastern Woodlands were like before man discovered timber. Walk among virgin timber and some of the world's largest Tulip Poplars here. Don't miss this adventure!
The infamous Tail of the Dragon! The name says it all. Quite a ride on a motorcycle or in a car!!
Cherokee, NC is the home of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. It is about a 40 minute drive from Robbinsville and Harrah's Casino is easy to find.
John C Cambell Folk School offers classes and demonstrations in rural and mountain life. They have wonderful shows, too!
The Stecoah Valley Center
The Gleanings Foundation
The Appalachain Trail crosses 5 minutes by auto east of Sweetwater Cabin. The south trail is smooth and easy. The north trail is a little more challenging but worth it! There are also numerous western North Carolina Trails to explore.
For water recreation -- Lake Santeetlah
For Cherokee History -- Junaluska Memorial and Museum in Robbinsville
Places to Eat:
Lynn's Restaurant - across from the courthouse in Robbinsville.
Phillip's Restaurant- main street in Robbinsville.
Mexican and Chinese restaurants - Rodney Orr bypass Robbinsville
McDonalds, Wendy's and Subway - Rodney Orr bypass Robbinsville
Fine dinning :
Snowbird Mountain Lodge Robbinsville
13 Moons - Nanatahala Gorge
Things to do:
Sightseeing, Rafting, Kayaking, Canoeing, Boating (boat rental is available in the area), Swimming, Jet skiing, Water skiing, Biking, Mountain biking, Fishing, Hunting, Rock Climbing, Hiking, Nature watching and Cultural events
including Pow Wows, Museums, Gambling, and Gift shops in Cherokee, NC.
There is mountain music on weekends in Robbinsville and in most of the surrounding areas in the summer.
Saturday night music making can be fouond at Jimmy's Pick'n & Grin'n on the bypass in Andrews NC (about 15 miles) features local bands and buck dancing for all. You can always count on banjos, guitars, fiddles and toe tapping music.
|Sep 02 2016||Dec 20 2016||$60||$75||$400||-||-|
|Dec 21 2016||Jan 05 2017||$85||$95||$550||-||-|
|Apr 02 2017||Sep 01 2017||$70||$85||$450||-||-|
|Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 10.75|
|Deposits: $200.00 that will be held until the cabin is inspected and shows no damage or missing items. Reservation is secured with deposit|
|Payment Options: American Express, Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa|
|Other Fees: Housekeeping fee is $65.00 cash for up to 2 people. An additional $5.00 for each person over 2. This is a professional cleaning service and a separate fee from Sweetwater Cabin. The fee is firm and includes all visits and in cash only. If you forget you will be charged an additional handling fee of $20.00. Deposit may be used. Visitors staying over 7 days are required to have housekeeping come in every 8th day as well as at the end of their visit.|
Reviews for this vacation cabin rental in Robbinsville, North Carolina
May 21, 2010
Loved the peace and quiet. Quaint and restful. Comfortable and convenient. We will be back!
I've just returned from a two-week stay at Sweetwater and enjoyed it very much. The cabin is quite large and while rustic it has nice touches like dishwasher, good cookware and table wear, and bed linens. The front porch is extraordinary and I loved watching the beautiful sunsets from the porch swing. I will definitely go back in the fall!