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Historic Sixty-One Park - Bryson City Farmhouse

SuperhostBryson City, North Carolina, United States
Entire house hosted by Ashley
8 guests4 bedrooms5 beds2.5 baths
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Sixty-One Park is a historic farmhouse located in the heart of downtown Bryson City, featured in Our State's Around Town Series and American Farmhouse! Bryson City has been called “The Tiny Town in the Middle of Everything” and Sixty-One Park is right downtown, just a short walk to the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, breweries, local parks and all the cutest shops and restaurants. Perfect set up for a family vacation or a trip with friends!

The space
The Sixty-One Park Farmhouse has been fully brought up to date with all modern comforts while keeping all the farmhouse character. The farmhouse has 4 bedrooms and sleeps eight comfortably. The downstairs has an open floor plan with the kitchen, living room, dining room and small den. The farmhouse has multiple living areas for reading, resting and personal space. A large screen TV is located in the living room. We’ve stocked the farmhouse with books and board games as well. We’ve tried to think of every detail that will make your stay perfect. In the warmer months our succulent wall and National Park-inspired charcoal grill make for great entertaining. In November and December the house is fully decked out for Christmas and the Polar Express.

Guest access
From Sixty-One Park you can walk to the nearby seasonal Friday farmers’ market for fresh produce from our local farmers, honey from our local beekeepers and crafts from local artisans. Walk along the river and put your feet in the cool water at nearby Island Park. Hop in the car and drive just 2.5 miles to the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Three waterfalls are within a short hiking distance and in the spring/summer you can rent a tube to float down the gentle rapids of Deep Creek. Nearby favorite day trips include Cherokee, Gatlinburg, and Asheville.

Other things to note
Every aspect of the farmhouse has a story behind it and the house itself is steeped in railroad history. Reclaimed materials and eco-friendly products have been used throughout. All of the farmhouse interior doors are either original or salvaged from the old Whittier Hotel, a nearby railroad whistlestop. The original 1940s ticket cabinet and telegraph from the Bryson City railroad depot are displayed in the house. All artifacts found on the property during excavation have been saved and displayed. We love the history of this home and its unique location so close to town. In the winter there are no treacherous inclines to tackle and the area is well lit and safe. Grocery stores and restaurants are just a few minutes away. We know you'll feel right at home. If you need something extra let us know! We have a high chair and pack-n-play available on request as well as other needs.
Sixty-One Park is a historic farmhouse located in the heart of downtown Bryson City, featured in Our State's Around Town Series and American Farmhouse! Bryson City has been called “The Tiny Town in the Middle of Everything” and Sixty-One Park is right downtown, just a short walk to the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, breweries, local parks and all the cutest shops and restaurants. Perfect set up for a family vacation…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Bedroom 3
1 double bed
Bedroom 4
2 single beds

Amenities

Air conditioning
Dryer
Washer
Wifi
High chair
Hangers
Private entrance
Carbon monoxide alarm
Laptop-friendly workspace
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Bryson City, North Carolina, United States

Right in the heart of the downtown Bryson City and convenient to everything:
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Walk Score®
Some errands can be accomplished on foot.
22
Bike Score®
Minimal bike infrastructure.

Hosted by Ashley

Joined in January 2018
  • 51 Reviews
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Wandering artist who loves to paint. Lover of history and collector of stories. Amateur metal detectorist. I love animals and am partial to adopting older dogs. I live in the Great Smoky Mountains in the adorable small town of Bryson City. My husband is co-owner of Bryson City Outdoors and Bryson City Craft Beer Taproom. We love our cute little town and the beautiful mountains that surround it.
Wandering artist who loves to paint. Lover of history and collector of stories. Amateur metal detectorist. I love animals and am partial to adopting older dogs. I live in the Great…
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During your stay
We are two families who came together to save a beautiful old home. It took over a year to restore it to its former glory and bring it up to date with modern comforts. We live right nearby and are available if you need anything at all. Rent a kayak or paddleboard from Bryson City Outdoors…we’ll even deliver it to you!
We are two families who came together to save a beautiful old home. It took over a year to restore it to its former glory and bring it up to date with modern comforts. We live righ…
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House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
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No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $250