Secluded Tiny House Rental on Trout Stream in Nantahala National Forest, North Carolina
Luxury camping in Nantahala National Forest
- ID authenticated
- Phone, email and address confirmed
- Hosted a verified guest
- Private Barbecue
Inside the tiny house, there is one bedroom with a queen-size bed and a small closet with hangers provided. Basic necessities, such as linens, towels (1 per guest), soap, shampoo, two rolls of toilet paper and one roll of paper towels (guests should bring more if needed), and a hairdryer are provided. There is also a living room with a leather sofa, a leather recliner, a flat-screen TV. A few board games, and books are provided. Next to the living room, the fully-equipped kitchen allows guests to whip up their own meals all trip long and includes a refrigerator, a freezer, a stove, an oven, a microwave, and a sink. Guests can eat meals at the kitchen table for two, or outside on the covered deck. Other amenities include heating, air conditioning, ceiling fans, and space heaters.
Outside, there is a covered deck with a barbecue and outdoor furniture, where guests can soak up the peace and serenity of the woodlands that surround the accommodation, as well as enjoy the calming sounds of the nearby trout stream. Guests should note that there is no cell service nor Wi-Fi at the tiny house. In town, the local cell phone provider is Verizon, and there is Wi-Fi at McDonald's.
The Nantahala National Forest is the backyard and playground. Guests should bring outdoor gear for adventure right outside the door. Guests can "tame the dragon" or ride the "skyway" as the county has the best "twisties" for the motorcyclist or sports car enthusiast.
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Running water
- Queen-size bed
- Picnic area
- Outdoor furniture
- Movie library
- Dining table
- Linens and pillows
- Tea kettle
- Fire pit
- BR/DVD player
- Cooking basics
- Private Barbecue
- Air conditioning
Outside, guests can make meals on the gas barbecue and enjoy them on their private deck.
Location + Surroundings
Whether guests love fishing, hiking, mountain biking, dirt bikes, 4x4s, rafting, boating or wildlife watching, they are sure to find something they love on this getaway. Great Smoky Mountains National Park is approximately two hours away while the town of Robbinsville is a 30-minute drive for those who want to check out local cafes, restaurants, and shops. It is ideal for couples who want to escape to nature's beauty.
- Extreme sports
- Water sports
- Wine tasting
- Zip-lining additional charge
- Horseback riding additional charge
- Whitewater rafting
- Wildlife watching
The backwoods of the Nantahala National Forest is the backyard and playground of this glamping property. If guests like trout fishing, hiking, birding, 4x4s, dual-sport bikes, mountain bikes, or just listening to the sounds of nature, this adventure is right on the doorstep of the accommodation. There is no requirement to get in the car to explore nature while staying on an old logging road that follows the creek for miles. The stress of civilization starts to fall away, as the property is peaceful, remote, and surrounded by nature's beauty. Other activities available in the area include dining, bird watching, waterfalls, and water sports, such as kayaking and canoeing.
Check-in: from 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Check-out: 10:00 a.m.
A $50 cleaning fee is charged.
The property is not suitable for pets, and no events or parties are allowed.
It is a non-smoking property.
There is no cell phone service/texting at the glamping accommodation.
Packaged liquor is not sold in this town. It is a dry alcohol county, so please plan accordingly.
All vehicles need five-inch clearance but not four-wheel drive. The road can be icy in the winter. Motorists should take caution year-round: it is 2 miles from pavement and 1.2 miles of uneven gravel/dirt road to reach the tiny house. May be too rough for motorcycles. The GPS signal will be lost, so directions will be passed on via message when the booking is confirmed. Guests can contact the host if they are concerned about the road conditions.
There is no cell service nor Wi-Fi at the tiny house. In town, the local cell phone provider is Verizon, and there is Wi-Fi at McDonald's.