The Creek House
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  • Banks of Deep Creek
  • Second bedroom full size bed
  • Second bedroom full size bed
  • Master Bedroom
  • Master Bedroom
  • Master Bedroom
  • Third bedroom
  • Game room Ping pong table with view of deep creek
  • Full kitchen
  • Second bathroom
  • Master bathroom
  • Third Bathroom
  • Third bathroom
  • family room
  • laundry room/
3
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
Maximum Occupancy
8
Guests
Cabin Features:
Region: Bryson City
Neighbors Next Door
Seclusion
Rating
View of Creek From Deck
View
Type
Mini Cooper MotorCycle Friendly accessible
Road
Accessibility
No-Pets
Pet
Policy
Amenities by Room :
Entry Level
Flat Screen TV With Satellite
Living Room
Full Size RefrigeratorFull Size StoveDish WasherMicroWave OvenCoffee maker
Kitchen
Full Size Bed
Second Bedroom
Shower only
Bathroom
Queen Size Bed
Master Bedroom
 Tub & Shower
Master Bathroom
Full Size BedQueen Size Bed
third bedroom
Shower only
third Bathroom
Game room
Washer & Dryer
Laundry
Amenities Outdoors :
Gas Grill
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The Creek House is ideally located less than 5 minutes from the entrance into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on the banks of Deep Creek. The cabin's location is perfect for easy access to the excellent hiking, tubing, and fishing within the National Park, while still being just minutes from the awesome restaurants and shopping of downtown Bryson City. The central location of this cabin is about 20 minutes from Cherokee and the Harrah's Casino, and about 30 minutes from the outdoor adventure activities within the Nantahala Gorge, including the world famous white water rafting and zip line excursions on the Nantahala River.

This cabin has a fantastic deck overlooking the Deep Creek river flowing below it. The deck is equipped with a gas grill and ample seating options for enjoyment.

The Creek House is a charming Ranch Style cabin is located alongside the picturesque Deep Creek river. This singular level property features three ensuite bedrooms with baths, one with queen size bed, the second with a full size bed, and the third with both a full size and queen size beds. Relax in the formal living room in front of the flat screen tv and gas log fireplace, or enjoy the creek facing windows in the cozy sun room for a quiet place to enjoy the beautiful views of Deep Creek. The cabin's kitchen is spacious and well equipped with stainless steel appliances and comfortable bar seating. There is a unique recreational room that is outfitted with a ping pong table and floor to ceiling windows with more breathtaking creek views.

Deep Creek is a popular vacation destination just outside the Bryson City limits for locals and vacationers alike. The best whitewater tubing in the Smokies, 3 beautiful and easily accessible waterfalls , natural swimming holes, hiking and biking trails lined with wildflowers,rippling trout runs of the upper creek and large picnic grounds with restrooms makes this a very affordable family friendly attraction. One that just about everybody should experience during their next visit to the North Carolina Smoky Mountains. With so much to see and do in Deep Creek many of our guest spend a large amount their vacation time in this area. Though all of our NC vacation rental cabins are a short drive from Deep Creek in the GSMNP, our vacation rentals just outside the park are very popular with guest who want to make this area base camp for their smoky mountain vacation experience.
Listed below the activity information tabs are all of our cabins that are just outside the Deep Creek entrance of the GSMNP.

Map of Deep Creek area of GSMNP

Map courtesy Swain County Chamber of Congress.
Map is intended as a generalized guide.

 

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park boasts some the most beautiful scenery of the southern Appalachians and tubing down Deep Creek is a great way to immerse yourself in this scenic natural environment. For years, generations of fun-loving vacationers have been coming back to Deep Creek to experience the thrill of riding an inner tube down the rapids of this Smoky Mountain stream. The chilly high mountain spring fed water of Deep Creek is a refreshing retreat from the hot summer sun for locals and vacationers alike. In order to experience the thrill of tubing down a natural Smoky Mountain creek you will need a tube. Fortunately Tube rental companies are located on West Deep Creek Road, which leads directly into the National Park. Right before entering the park local tube rental companies line the road providing the option of renting a tube for the day and loading it on or in your vehicle. You can choose from different sizes and types of tubes , with seats and without. These are not your average tubes, and purchasing your own of the same quality would be expensive. The tubes you rent are heavy duty, and designed to take the rocky conditions in the creek. For those that are driving a car they will find a way to load them on top so no matter what you are driving they have seen it all. You’ll follow the main entrance road of the National Park past the picnic area, and to the end, where the Deep Creek trail head begins. There is a parking lot just to the left that is often full during the summer and a "drop-off only" loop. Missing this area will be difficult, as you’ll see lots of vehicles plied high with brightly colored inner tubs and people in bathing suits setting off up the trail. Additional parking is available in the picnic area. From the parking lot at the Deep Creek trail head, you will have to carry your inner tube upstream about a mile on the Deep Creek trail. The path along side the creek is an old national park gravel/ dirt road that is wide and flat. You will pass by Thomas Branch Falls on the right as you make your way along the creek. Tubing on the one-mile stretch of Deep Creek in the National Park is divided into two sections that each offer a unique experience.

Lower "Family" Section:
The lower section or Family friendly section is wider, easier going and more appropriate for families with smaller kids. As you hike your tube up the trail along deep creek, all of the lower section's tubing run is visible; allowing you to see and hear where the fun and slow spots are on the creek. Put-in for this section is at the swimming hole just past the first bridge. The area around the swimming hole and under the bridge is the deepest of the lower section. The rest of the lower section is usually no more than knee deep. Tubers on this section will enjoy a relaxing ride while meandering through the sparkling waters of the national park and passing the beautiful, cascading Thomas Branch Falls where you can exit or continue on down as far as the the parking lot. As you tube down, there are a few very calm areas of the creek that make for great spots to just stop, float and enjoy the sites and sounds. There are also a few areas of fairly fast moving but small waterfalls, enough to excite the kids and encourage that lets do it again feeling. The tubes are strong, but difficult to maneuver, which adds to the fun and adventure. Adults and older kids can expect to get hung-up / run aground on more than a few large rocks. Expect to bump into other tubers too, which is a fun way to socialize and get to know people.
Upper "Whitewater" Section:
To experience the thrill of the whitewater section you will need to hike up Deep Creek Trail past the first bridge. The trail after the first bridge begins a moderate but steady incline above and along the right side of deep creek gorge. Though the view of deep creek below is mostly obscured by tree, the sounds of laughter and excitement echo up the steep sides to fill the air and you with anticipation. There are no put-ins along this part of the trail; as the left (creek ) side is very steep and unsafe to climb down. At the second bridge where Indian Creek trail branches to the right there will be a sign here saying “No Tubing beyond this point”. This is due to the creek getting too rocky and narrow making it dangerous for tubing. Just before the sign and the bridge, there will be paths down to the left that provide access to the creek and a place to get on the tube. On your first trip it might help to just follow the crowed of wet and excited people. This is a wild, bouncy ride that often separates the rider from the tube, especially when the water is swift after a rain. This section is for those adventures individuals who are looking for a little excitement. You will be in the creek for only a few minutes before you encounter Devil's Dip. This is an exciting 3' or 4' foot drop depending on how the creek is running at the time of your visit. There are a couple smaller drops before entering the family section where there's a wide, deep swimming hole that provides a relaxing break before getting back on the tube to continue down through the "Family section" or climbing out to hike back up to the top. Our guests who are looking for an exhilarating experience will spend most of their day in this part of the creek before ridding down through the family section and to the parking lot at the end of the day.
Tubing Tips:

•Try to stay in the main current, and pay attention to the strongest current areas and target them with your tube. This will keep you from getting stuck on rocks and also keep you from getting caught up in calmer areas of water which can be relaxing but are a bit difficult to get out of sometimes due to them swirling.

•The rocks are sometimes difficult to see, but when you do see them and can’t avoid going over them, lean back a little or try to pull up the edge of the tube that will hit the rock first. This will allow water to go in-between your tube and the rock and often let you flow right over it.

•Water shoes – Pick up some good water shoes with a closed toe. You won’t want to carry your shoes in the tube, and you won’t want to walk up the gravel Deep Creek Trail barefoot. Flip flops are almost always lost. This is a naturally formed mountain creek with lots of rocks big and small. No beach sand found here . Also, the bottom of Deep Creek is rocky, and slick. Water shoes make all the difference.

•Beach towels and a dry change of clothes - After spending hours getting repeatedly splashed by cold water, warm dry clothes feel pretty comforting even in the summer. There are restrooms/ changing rooms in the picnic area.

•Waterproof Cell Phone Case – Or leave cells in the car out of sight. If you want your cell phone with you (for video or pictures), make sure it is in a waterproof case and has a method to attach it to yourself. Don’t think you’ll be able to keep your cell phone dry, you won’t and if dropped, locating it in the swift moving water is unlikely.

•Lanyard Key chain Holder - Many big box department stores and camping/ kayaking equipment suppliers sell waterproof lanyard style bags. These are a great choice for those electronic Key fobs. Just make sure they are sealed tight and secured to you before launching your self down the rapids.

•Sunscreen and Hat - Though most of the creek is shaded by trees, most people still manage to get a decent amount of sun exposure.

•Pack a Picnic Lunch - You will build up an apatite trying to steer or dislodge your tube and hiking back up the trail. A short break to warm up, grab a drink and bite to eat will help to extend the day's adventure even longer. There are no food or drink stands available in the park. There is an ice-cream / concession stand just out side the park entrance; but, giving up your parking space is the biggest expense.

 

 

The Deep Creek area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park features 3 beautiful waterfalls - Juney Whank, Thomas Branch, and Indian Creek. All 3 are family friendly and are short easy to moderate hikes, along well established and marked trails. These trails all begin at the deep creek parking area. . The trail head is right off the loop turnaround, and follows along side Deep Creek. You'll have several choices for hikes to see these 3 waterfalls. If you do all 3, it's about a 2.5 mile hike.

Juney Whank Falls - Look for the sign to the waterfall at the upper end of the parking lot near the drop off loop. Juney Whank Falls is located only a quarter-of-a-mile from the parking lot. The trail is a little steep at first, then soon connects with the Deep Creek Horse Trail. Head to the right and up, then look for a side trail to the waterfall a few hundred yards up. The waterfall is visible from here and just a short distance down this trail. Juney Whank Falls is divided into an upper and lower section. Both can be viewed from the footbridge which crosses Juney Whank Branch at the falls. Together they drop 90 feet from top to bottom. Hikers will also have the option of continuing on this same trail, which will create a loop that visits all three falls in this area. From here, you can either backtrack to the parking lot, or you can do a loop hike and only add a short distance to the hike. To complete the loop, continue on the trail over the bridge at the waterfall and connect back on to the Deep Creek Horse Trail. Turn right, then take the right fork down to the Deep Creek Trail. Turn right ( down stream) to return to the parking lot or left ( up stream) and continue along Deep Creek trail to Thomas Branch Falls.

Thomas Branch Falls - The trail begins as a wide path as it follows along Deep Creek upstream. The 80-foot Toms Branch Falls is located only three-tenths of a mile from the trail head. The park service has provided several benches for visitors to admire these beautiful falls, which spill down into the creek from the opposite bank.

Indian Creek Falls - To reach Indian Creek Falls, continue beyond Toms Branch Falls along Deep Creek Trail. After crossing the first bridge you’ll begin a gradual half-mile uphill climb to the right of Deep Creek until you reach another bridge, and a trail junction just in front. Deep creek trail continues straight, and Indian Creek Trail goes to the right. Turn right onto Indian Creek Trail. Turning off onto Indian Creek Trail gets you out of the hustle and bustle of the tubing crowd. Shortly after turning onto Indian Creek Trail (1/10th of a mile), you’ll see a sign to the left and a small trail down to the base of Indian Creek Falls and a picturesque cove.

 

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Deep Creek offers many day hiking options for the beginner and multi-day hikes for the hard core enthusiast. The Deep Creek Trail was one of the first trails constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the newly legislated park in the early 1930s and was originally a road. This wide flat trial offers the beginner easy hiking to 2 beautiful waterfalls and connects to a loop trail to Juney Whank Falls. For a moderately challenging hike, guest can hike the 4.6 mile round trip Deep Creek Loop Trail; which connects a few trails together to form a loop that takes you past Thomas Branch falls and Indian Creek Falls, over Sunkota Ridge, through about 1.5 miles of peaceful back country forest to end back at the parking area.
For the overnight hiking and fishing enthusiast, Deep Creek Trail continues far into the back country along Deep Creek. Over night primitive campsites are located along the trail and available with backcountry permits and reservations from the National Park Service.

Hiking tips from the National Parks Service

Be sure to allow plenty of time to complete your hike before dark. As a rule of thumb, hikers in the Smokies travel about 1.5 miles per hour. Many people travel slower. Sunset times vary from just after 5:00 p.m. in December to almost 9:00 p.m. in June.
Safety is always a concern when hiking with children. While you won't need any specialized equipment to enjoy these hikes, it is always smart to take enough water and snacks for everyone. Wear sturdy footwear to make the hike more enjoyable and dress in warm layers on colder days. Please remember to be respectful and do your part to preserve these areas because they are wonderful pieces of Smoky Mountain history. Please do not move any objects you find, and leave all plants undisturbed.


Juney Whank Falls Loop:
Round trip Distance:   0.8 miles
Difficulty:    Easy - Moderate
Look for the sign to the waterfall at the upper end of the parking lot near the drop off loop. Juney Whank Falls is located only a quarter-of-a-mile from the parking lot. The trail is a little steep at first, then soon connects with the Deep Creek Horse Trail. Head to the right and up, then look for a side trail to the waterfall a few hundred yards up. The waterfall is visible from here and just a short distance down this trail. Juney Whank Falls is divided into an upper and lower section. Both can be viewed from the footbridge which crosses Juney Whank Branch at the falls. Together they drop 90 feet from top to bottom. Hikers will also have the option of continuing on this same trail will create a loop. From the foot bridge, you can either backtrack to the parking lot, or you can do the loop hike and only add a short distance to the hike. To complete the loop, continue on the trail over the bridge at the waterfall and connect back on to the Deep Creek Horse Trail. Turn right, then take the right fork down to the Deep Creek Trail. Turn right ( down stream) to return to the parking lot or left ( up stream) and continue along Deep Creek trail to Thomas Branch Falls.
Thomas Branch Falls:
Round trip Distance:  0.6 miles
Difficulty:    Easy
Look for the sign to the waterfall at the upper end of the parking lot near the drop off loop. Deep Creek Trail is one of the first roads constructed in the National Park in the 1930s. It is now used as a wide hiking trail. The trail traces Deep Creek upstream. The 80-foot Toms Branch Falls is located only three-tenths of a mile from the trail head. To complete the round trip, just trek back to the parking area or continue along deep creek trail to Indian Creek Falls.
Indian Creek Falls:
Round trip Distance:   1.9 miles
Difficulty:    Easy - Moderate
To reach Indian Creek Falls, continue beyond Toms Branch Falls along Deep Creek Trail. After crossing the first bridge you’ll begin a gradual half-mile uphill climb to the right of Deep Creek until you reach another bridge, and a trail junction just in front. Deep creek trail continues straight, and Indian Creek Trail goes to the right. Turn right onto Indian Creek Trail. Turning off onto Indian Creek Trail gets you out of the hustle and bustle of the tubing crowd. Shortly after turning onto Indian Creek Trail (1/10th of a mile), you’ll see a sign to the left and a small trail down to the base of Indian Creek Falls and a picturesque cove. You can then trek back down the same trail back to the parking lot or If you're looking for additional hiking opportunities in this area, you will can continue along Indian Creek Trail to access the Deep Creek Loop trail, which will add another 2.4 miles to your total round trip back to the parking lot.
Deep Creek Loop :
Round trip Distance:   4.6 miles
Difficulty:    Moderate
Hiking this loop will take you past Thomas Branch falls and Indian Creek Falls, over Sunkota Ridge, through about 1.5 miles of peaceful back country forest to end back at the parking area. The Deep Creek Loop hike begins from the Deep Creek Trail head parking lot, off the loop turnaround. Follow the wide flat Deep Creek Trail as it traces along the left bank of Deep Creek. At about 3/10ths mile you will come to Thomas Branch Falls on the right bank of Deep Creek. The national Park Service has provide benches to sit and enjoy the falls or watch the tubers float past. When you have take a photo or two, continue up Deep Creek Trail to the first bridge where the families are launching their tubes in the creek. After crossing the first bridge you’ll begin a gradual uphill climb to the right of Deep Creek until reach the next bridge and Indian Creek Trail junction at 0.8 miles. Deep creek continues straight into the back country, and Indian Creek Trail goes to the right. To take the loop trail, and to see Indian Creek Falls, go right and follow Indian Creek Trail. Shortly after turning onto Indian Creek Trail (1/10th of a mile), you’ll see a sign to the left and a small trail heading down to the base of Indian Creek Falls. Returning back on the trial, Indian Creek Trail will continue into a really pretty forest area, with a nice, flat and wide trail. You’ll cross a bridge over Indian Creek just after the falls and continue to head through the forest. At roughly 1.4 miles you will reach the Stone Pile Gap Trail junction that branches off to the right. Continue straight on Indian Creek Trail. At 1.7 miles you'll arrive at the Deep Creek Loop Trail junction. Turn left here to continue on the loop hike. For the next half-mile you'll climb roughly 350 feet before reaching the Sunkota Ridge Trail junction. After reaching the Sunkota Ridge junction, proceed straight ahead to continue on the loop hike. From here it's all downhill until reaching Deep Creek once again. Upon reaching the Deep Creek Trail junction, roughly 2.9 miles from the trail head, You’ll turn left here and cross the footbridge, and then follow the trail back along side Deep Creek. The trail along here is very flat and wide and makes for a nice relaxing walk with the refreshing sounds of Deep Creek. You will again pass by Thomas Branch Falls. Then continue on towards the parking lot. On your way back to the parking lot, at roughly 3.7 miles, you will reach a spur trail that leads to Juney Whank Falls. If you have anything left in your tank, the spur travels roughly 0.5 miles to the falls, and then another quarter-mile back to the parking area.

Deep Creek is one of the better brown trout streams in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Brown and Rainbow trout are both present in the lower portions of Deep Creek and native brook trout in the uppermost portions. Fishing is permitted year-round in the park, but a Tennessee or North Carolina fishing license is required. Either state license is valid throughout the park. Deep Creek is a relatively large stream that flows from deep with in the national park and immediately through Bryson City where it enters the Tuskegee River. As with most of the larger streams in the park, Deep Creek is mostly fished in its lower section that is easy to access. In warm weather, this section is usually crowded, with people floating by in inner tubes. Surprisingly, the fish have become so accustomed to the tube traffic that you can catch a trout or two between runs of tubing enthusiasts. On prime weekends the tub traffic can be nearly jammed and tying to drop a fly in is nearly impossible and not worth the trouble. Head upstream to Deep Creek’s junction with Indian Creek. Beyond that point, no tubing is permitted, and this is where the real fishing begins. From the campground you can follow the Deep Creek Road Trail for just over two miles. From there upstream, you can only access the stream by hiking the Deep Creek Trail. Spring is an ideal time to fish the creek. It’s still too cold for tubing, and mayfly, caddis and stonefly hatches are abundant. Spring is also an ideal time to view the spectacular displays of wildflowers that color the trail sides. Indian Creek is a good side trip, if you have plenty of fishing time. A trail runs alongside the creek, providing easy access to the stream, which is populated mostly by rainbow trout, with a few browns thrown in for good measure. Fishing can be tight in places, but it has plenty of open space for fly casting.

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CAROLINA MOUNTAIN VACATIONS
VACATION RENTAL AGREEMENT

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If you have questions about this Vacation Rental Agreement, we would love to answer them for you. 
Our toll free number for questions about this agreement is: 877-488-8500.

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Reservation balance due at check-in.

Military Discounts can only be applied by
Reservationist after confirmation of eligibility.
(full descriptions and details provided in VRA)

  • Payments must be made on a major credit or debit card (Master Card, Visa, Discover or American Express). Upon making your reservation, you will receive an email confirmation and a copy of our VRA. 
  • BALANCE DUE AT CHECK-IN:  All guests are required to check-in at our office in Bryson City to make payment in full of remaining balance before they are given printed directions to and lock box codes for property entry.

  • All reservations incur the following Fees:
    •  Rent set at a per night rate and unique to each property
    • Security Deposit or LDW guest must choose one option:
    • Departure Cleaning Fee, the amount of this fee will be set on a cabin by cabin basis.
    • Processing fee of 3% to cover merchant credit processing expense.
    • Applicable Taxes including State and Local
    • Pet Fee, if property is pet friendly and a pet is accompanying you on vacation,
      a non-refundable Pet Fee of $45 per pet up to a max of 3 pets is required.
All Guest are required to Choose one option below:
We understand that accidents do happen after all we are all human. Though as unintentional as accidents are, there is a cost to rectify their results. We believe the Limited Damage Waiver is the most practical method for both our Guest and Property Owners alike to provide for those expenses.
  • Pruchase Limited Damage Waiver (LDW) is a one-time non-refundable fee waiving your financial responsibility for up to $1,000 of accidental, unintentional damage. The amount of the fee is specific to each property.

  • Provide Security Deposit: (As an option to purchasing LDW) Guest may choose to provide a refundable (less damages) security deposit of $600.00 on credit or debit card at check-in. Security deposit will be refunded once the property has been fully inspected upon guest’s departure and cleared of all damages. North Carolina Law allows 30 days from departure date to inspect for damages and billed to Guest’s account. If damages exceed the Security Deposit amount, tenant will be responsible for the entire amount and the remaining cost will be charged to the tenant’s card on file. Carolina Mountain Vacations will refund security deposit (minus before mentioned expenses if necessary) within 45 days of tenant departure in accordance with NC law.

Cancellations with short notice are unfair to both Carolina Mountain Vacations as well as the Cabin owner.
If you must cancel be sure to do so at least 31 days in advance of your arrival date.
If you elected to purchase trip insurance, the travel insurance company should be contacted with the claim by tenant.

  •  All cancellations made less than 31 days of arrival are non-refundable. 
  • Cancellations made more than 31 day from arrival, initial payment will be refunded less a 75$ cancellation fee plus processing fee paid at booking and any Travel Insurance Premiums purchased.
  • No-Shows are considered a last-minute cancellation and tenant forfeits full rental payment and voids lease agreement.
  • Tenant may switch reservation to a different cabin more than 31 days prior to your arrival by payment of $30 transfer fee and difference of rates of new cabin. 
    Reservations CAN NOT be transferred to different cabin within 31 days of arrival.

NO RENTALS will be permitted to ANYONE UNDER 21 YEARS OF AGE.

All Guest are required to Check-In at our office:
 40 Greenlee Street, Bryson City, NC 28713
For Directions to our office.


CHECK-IN is AFTER 4 P.M.
At check-in:
A.) Pay any outstanding balance in full.
B.) You will be handed printed detailed directions and information to access keys to your vacation cabin on the day you check-in at our office. 
Internet mapping devises and navigation systems are NOT recommended for use in the Western NC Mountains ( GPS signal reception is spoty in the mountains).  


CHECK-OUT is by 11 A.M
.
To check-out you do not need to come by our office. Simply, Call our office to let us know you are leaving.

Before leaving the cabin Please:
* Just leave the linens and towls where they are, laundry services are part of the Departure Cleaning (not part of your Vacation)
*No need to run to the dump with your trash, we got that too. Just make sure the lids are on Tight.
*Remove all perishable food from cabinets and refrigerator.
*Start the dishwasher, if cabin is equipped. Dish soap is provided under sink
* Check for all personal belongings. Items left behind can be sent back with a $20 retrieval fee, plus shipping, will be charged
*Lock all doors and place keys back in the lock box
*Don't forget to give us a call as you head out.

Early Check-In and Late Check-Out: 
If you are planning a late arrival time to your North Carolina vacation cabin rental, please contact our cabin rental office during business hours to make arrangements. Our office hours are 9 am to 9 pm, 7 days a week. Requests for early check-in or late check-out will be considered on a case-by-case basis.  Please contact our office no less than 24 hours in advance with requests for an early arrival or late departure.  Consideration is given based upon the property’s “status” immediately prior to or following your reservation. 


Failure to disclose an accurate Guest count or the presence of unregistered Guests could result in immediate eviction, forfeiture of any remaining rent and an additional charge of $250 deducted from card on file.
Children 12 and under stay free.
Maximum occupancy refers to all persons over the age of one year old. Violations of maximum occupancy can cause property damage as well as violate local laws and regulations. (Most mountain cabins and homes run on private septic and well systems.  Overtaxing these systems can cause serious problems.) Any maximum occupancy violation constitutes a breach of contract and Guest agrees that any such violation, in addition to any other remedies herein, will result in immediate eviction of Guests, forfeiture of any remaining rent and an additional charge of $250 representing liquidated damages.

 Policies for Carolina Mountain Vacations Pet-Friendly Cabins
Guests will be required to sign the CMV Pet Policy at Check-In.

There are potential consequences for bringing an unauthorized pet onto any CMV property.

 

1.  For pet friendly cabins, there is a one time $45 non-refundable pet fee for each pet up to a max of 3 pets.  Any misrepresentation regarding the number of pets at the cabin will be charged accordingly.

2.  Pets are only permitted with prior approval.  Be sure to notify us if you are bringing a dog to one of our pet-friendly cabins. If prior approval has not been authorized and there is evidence of a pet having been at the property, the penalty may include a $200 charge, immediate removal of the pet and eviction from the cabin with the forfeiture of all rental payments.

3.  CMV only accepts well-behaved, housebroken dogs into our pet friendly cabins.  Even though we love all pets, we regret that we are unable to allow any animals other than dogs in our rental cabins.  Absolutely no cats are permitted in CMV rental cabins.  For the purpose of this agreement, the term “pet” is always used in reference to a dog. In the interest of protection your dog, a leash should always be used when your dog is outside.  While North Carolina does not have a state leash law, please note that cities and counties may have stricter regulations.  No dog shall be tied outside the Cabin unless supervised by a responsible adult

4.  As a general rule, dogs should not be left unattended in cabins.  In an unfamiliar environment dogs may act uncharacteristically and unpredictably.  They may get nervous and bark, causing a disturbance to neighbors.  Or they may harm the cabin by chewing, scratching or making messes that they would not typically make at home.  Please remember to be respectful of nearby neighbors.  Always use a crate in the rare event that a dog must be left alone.

5.  Legal Disclaimer:  Any damages to the cabin or cabin property or another person because of a pet will be the sole responsibility of the registered Guest.  Guests are held financially responsible for all physical damages to the Cabin (i.e. chewing, scratching, flea infestation, etc.) inflicted on the Cabin by the presence of a pet.  If extra cleaning is deemed reasonable due to the presence of a pet (i.e. soiled furniture and/or flooring, hair on furnishings or bedding, fleas), the Guest will be held financially responsible and the credit card on file will be charged for the amount of the repair/recovery.  CMV is not responsible for harm caused to any pet.

Please review the Road Scale info for this cabin before booking.

Guest acknowledges that access to rented property will require driving on gravel and paved mountain roads that may in places be steep and has been given recommendation on the minimum type of vehicle needed to safely drive the road to property. CMV will not give refund or be held liable if guest does not adhere to recommended vehicle type and is not able to or refuses to drive up road to cabin. Nor can CMV be held responsible for temporary weather conditions that alter road conditions. Please adhere to any recommendation or requirement for a four-wheel-drive vehicle when listed in a property description.  It is highly recommended that Guests try to arrive during daylight hours for their first visit to our area to become familiar with the area and roads. Our cleaning and maintenance staff drive these roads in their personal vehicles almost daily and report any major road issues; such as washouts, fallen trees or rocks. CMV will upon notification from staff or guest, contact appropriate local authorities to have road cleared or repaired.

For full explanation of Road Scale and NC Mountain driving tips.

  •  Hot tubs.  Showering before and after using the hot tub is recommended.
  • Our hot tubs are cleaned and maintained by certified techs before and after each tenant occupancy or every 5 days. This means a tech will be required to inspect hot tub during stays of 7 days or longer.
  • Guest is responsible for damages to hot tub from misuse or negligence.
  • Do NOT sit or stand on hot tub covers, they are not designed to handle weight. This type of damage is not covered by LDW.
  • Guest will be responsible for cover replacement if Damage to cover is discovered. Amount starting at $300.
  • Failure to re-secure cover with supplied equipment after use, resulting in loss of cover down the mountain side, will incur a $100 retrieval fee or replacement fee if damaged.
  • Do NOT allow the water level to become too low. Guest will be responsible for repairs, including but not limited to pump replacement.
  • An additional Hot Tub Service charge may be applied for introduction of foreign substances (i.e. soap, oils, bath bubbles or beer), broken glass or discarded items left in Hot Tub, including swim-wear.

 

Road Accessibility Scale
Motorcycle & Trailer Accessible:
Smooth Paved Road all the way to cabin, Not Steep, No Sharp Switchbacks, has a large Parking area with enough room to Turn Around MOST Trailer and Vehicle combinations. (Ask the reservation specialist about your trailer)
Mini Cooper MotorCycle Friendly accessible
Mini Cooper & Motorcycle Friendly Access :
Smooth Road all the way to cabin, No Sharp Switchbacks and No more than a moderate incline, (No Mountain road is flat and level its' whole length)
Cars & most all Vehicles access :
Cars & most all Vehicles access :
Paved and hard packed gravel sections on a well maintained mountain road, Switchbacks and moderate to steep incline sections possible, no washed out section.
SUV / Truck
SUV or Truck Higher Clearance Vehicles Access :
Gravel sections on steeper inclines with sharp switchbacks, possible moderate rough spots requiring higher ground clearance than most cars, 4x4 NOT required. (Most Mini-Vans are not suitable)
4x4 Vehicle Suggested
4x4 Vehicle suggested Access:
Loose Gravel on a Steep incline and/or sharp steep Switchbacks, possible deep ruts requiring higher ground clearance. Most Cars will not make it up the mountain road with out bottoming out or spinning out.
4x4 Vehicle Suggested
No Trailer Access:
The road to the cabin is either too narrow, switch backs are too sharp or there is not enough parking space for towed trailers.




 

Seclusion Scale Definitions
Vacation Condo
Attached to Other Buildings:
This Vacation Rental is part of a larger building. It may be a condo, city loft or duplex. The minimal natural surroundings allow a clear view of the next-door neighbor from the deck or the entrance. The cabin is visible from the main road that it shares with the neighbors. The next-door neighbors may be either rentals or private residences. These cabins are excellent choices for Family Reunions or Group vacations, when the neighboring Cabin is also a Vacation Rental. Visit our "Cabins Walkin' Distance Apart" page to see a list of rental cabins grouped close together.
Neighbors Next Door
Neighbors Next door:
The cabin has one or more "next door" neighbors. The minimal natural surroundings allow a clear view of the next door neighbor from the deck or the entrance. The cabin is visible from the main road that it shares with the neighboring cabins. The next door neighbors may be either rentals or private residences. These cabins are excellent choices for Family Reunions or Group vacations, when the neighboring Cabin is also a Vacation Rental. Visit our "Cabins Walkin' Distance Apart" page to see a list of rental cabins grouped close together.
Neighbors walkin' Distance
Neighbors Walkin' Distance :
Other cabins are a short walkin' distance away. The cabin's deck is partially blocked by trees and or natural surroundings from the view of the other cabins. The cabin's entrance is visible from the local road that it shares with the other cabins. The nearby cabins may be either rentals or private residences. These cabins are excellent choices for Family Reunions or Group vacations, when the neighboring Cabin is also a Vacation Rental.Visit our "Cabins Walkin' Distance Apart" page to see a list of rental cabins grouped close together.
Semi Secluded / Private
Semi Secluded / private :
Other cabins are more than an acre away. The cabin's deck is mostly shielded from view by a small stand of trees or the mountain landscape. The cabin is off a local road and is partially visible. The neighbors up the road may be either rentals or private residences.
Mostly Secluded / Very Private
Mostly Secluded / Very Private:
Other cabins are more than three acres away. The cabin's deck is completely shielded from the view of other cabins by dense forest or a mountain ridge. The cabin has a private drive and is not visible from the local road. The cabin may be partially visible from a distance in the winter months.
Totally Secluded /  Completely Private
Totally Secluded / Completely Private:
The cabin is separated from other cabins by many acres of dense natural forest or mountain ridges. The cabin is on a private road and is not visible from local roads. Even in the winter months the cabin remains secluded from others. It may be possible to see other cabins on distant mountain sides. The only neighbors are the woodland creatures.
PLEASE NOTE: The privacy provided by trees and other natural vegetation decreases with the absence of leaves in the winter months. Only cabins tucked deepest in the forest or highest on a private mountaintop remain totally secluded and completely private in the winter months.

 

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Valid on all new bookings for this cabin until 03/31, 2022
3 night minimum stay required.
Holiday nights Excluded
Subject to availability. No cash value.