About This Listing
This beautiful historic log cabin combines the serenity of the Great Smokey Mountains with the flair and soul of it's native New Orleanian owner. Ideally located to provide both privacy and convenience to all Asheville has to offer. Approximately five minutes to enchanting downtown Asheville, the Blue Ridge Pkwy., great hiking, waterfalls, the Folk Art Center, golfing, the Nature Center, the Biltmore estate and more.
3 bedroom , ( 2 queen and 1 twin ), 2 bath furnished, private deck with hot tub. Located in a quiet, safe area of East Asheville, approximately 1500 sq ft, all appliances and fully equipped kitchen, 2 TVs, wood burning fireplace, covered flat parking, W/D, cable and wifi , linens and towels. Just show up and relax !!
Please enjoy and do not hesitate to call for any reason at all
Follow instructions provided in house manual for operating hot tub
Hot Tub and firepit hours:
Sunday - Thursday until 10 PM
Friday - Saturday until Midnight
From Jul 01, 2015 - Dec 31, 2016 the minimum stay is 30 nights.
This place was perfect. I am a frequent traveler to Asheville and have tried many different accommodation styles and this is by far one of my favorites. If you're visiting with a group like we were or looking for a family or couples retreat, I feel like Annie's place could be just the thing. Everything was spotless and comfortable. It was just a quick skip into downtown and all the main thoroughfares so travelling was a breeze. This place gets all the checks and all of our warm and fuzzies. Highly recommended.
Our group really enjoyed our stay at the Dreamer's cabin. It was perfect for two couples; plenty of privacy on either side of the cabin with all the amenities you could ask for. We look forward to our next trip up so we can stay here again!
We enjoyed our stay at the Dreamer's Cabin October 13 - 19. The cabin itself is quite charming and comfortable. It is conveniently located to the activities we were engaged in at Asheville. We would stay here again if we were in Asheville and recommend it to those who contemplate a similar stay (accommodations) when visiting Asheville.
We spent two nights, Oct. 4-5, 2013 at the cabin. Very comfortable accommodations. Everything worked: TV, wireless internet, gas grill, hot tub. Pretty neighborhood and great walk up the hill via Cisco Rd to plateau where we had view of the valley. Great location for getting around Asheville for hiking, shopping, taking young children to parks, and dining. No problem preparing regular meals in the kitchen.