Located in a quiet mountain neighborhood, 1 mile from Lake Tomahawk (walking trail), 2 miles to Montreat College (hiking), and 2 miles to downtown and I-40, this charming cabin is convenient to town yet far enough out to get that mountain feel. Four rockers on the wraparound front deck are perfect for morning coffee, a midday snooze, or late afternoon conversation - all under a lovely canopy of mature hardwoods. The cabin has a wood burning stove as well as baseboard heat to keep you toasty.
Enjoy the large living room with vaulted ceilings, sky lights and a working wood stove. The kitchen is fully equipped including a refrigerator, stove and oven, all full size, plus a microwave, toaster and coffee maker. Small but functional dining room has access to the wrap around deck. 2nd bedroom has a futon which opens to a double size bed. Full tub and shower. Washer and dryer are included for your convenience. Towels and bedding are provided. There is also a playhouse for the kids within sight of the front porch. There are two window unit AC's for those rare hot days, however the hardwood tree canopy keeps the cabin shaded all day, and the ceiling fans in every room keep the indoors very comfortable even in the summer months.
You will be renting the entire cabin, so make yourself at home. The parking area has room for 2 vehicles and is convenient to the front porch.
Interaction with guests
We live just up the hill from the cabin and will be available for any problems or questions. Knock at the door.....If we are not there, call or text.
Other things to note
We aren't kidding about the bears! Sightings are regular.
- Smoking outdoors only
- Sorry, no pets
- Not handicap accessible
Margie is a semi-retired author of children's books and enjoys traveling, hiking, and the outdoors in general. After living in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York City, Orlando, and the Tampa Bay area, she has finally found home here in the Western Carolina mountains.
Mac is a retired geologist who now is in the antique business specializing in antique tools, primitives, and making useful items from salvage materials. He is a Florida native who has lived in Colorado and Virginia before coming to Black Mountain.
We would now like to share our "Bearadise" here in the mountains by offering this rustic yet comfortable cabin on our property for your enjoyment.