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The Quack Shack

3 sites · Lodging2 acres · Brevard, NC
Located on the grounds of the Duckpond Pottery, The Quack Shack is a secluded treehouse perched along the banks of the French broad River. The structure is an 8x10 A-frame that transforms via a hinged wall to become an open air cabana with an expansive deck that affords spectacular views of the French Broad River and surrounding countryside. The interior of the Quack Shack, with its vaulted 11 foot ceiling and earthen plaster walls feels more Italian villa than shack. It is furnished with a comfortable seating area surrounding a coffee table that at night can be easily converted to a full-size queen bed. On the outside deck are beach chairs and a chimenea available for use. The quack shack has electric power (1 outlet only). Amenities include a bathroom located a short walk away at the main building as well as an open air on demand shower located off the bathroom on a deck overlooking the French Broad River. Morning coffee and tea is available at The Tea Hut located just a hop, skip, and jump from the treehouse. NOTE: The Duckpond Pottery is a working studio pottery and gallery that is open to the public. It is also home to occasional open-air house concerts on the deck at the pottery. The host generally blocks concert dates, however, it is worth double-checking with the host that there will not be a concert if you desire a quieter experience. The site is accessed via a short trail through the trees down a gentle, sloping hill, and finally by a short stairway, and as such it may not be easily accessible for campers with limited mobility.
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Flowertown Charm Off Grid Treehouse

1 site · Lodging23 acres · Canton, NC
This primitive off-grid 100% sustainable treehouse located on 23 private wooded acres in WNC, is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, adventure seekers, nature lovers, and hopeless romantics + dog parents! If the long range mountain views weren’t enough already…the treehouse is powered by solar, heated with the cutest tiny wood stove, water collected right from the mountain, exhilarating outdoor shower, and the coolest homebiogas toilet with a view! Along with hand-crafted woodwork from local lumber or right from the property itself, adorable kitchenette, custom copper finishes, and plush organic linens. This treehouse makes glamping feel luxurious and romantic. The treehouse is located on 23 private acres in Canton, NC, right on the Waynesville, NC border, just west of Asheville. The elevation is 3100 and climbs to 3700 to the top of the ridge the property goes up to, and the property is all sloped. There are a few nature trails started, with plans to add more. Down the street is the Ten Acre Farm which sells produce they grow and has yummy homemade pizza & donuts on most Saturdays, and Jukebox Junction is a vintage diner also down the road. Waynesville is super close and is the quintessential Hallmark mountain town with amazing shops, restaurants, and breweries, and everything you need for your stay. Enjoy hiking? Well perfect because there are hundreds of trails nearby because the treehouse is equidistant to not 1, not 2, but 3 Blue Ridge Parkway entrances and is in the Pisgah National Forest. The highest point along the entire route of the Blue Ridge Parkway is located near us as well at Richland Balsam. In addition the treehouse is on a scenic byway which connects to another scenic byway. That makes the drive just breathtaking, going by farms and forest and runs along the Pigeon River which also offers tubing and amazing fly fishing. If that's not enough we are close to Asheville, Maggie Valley, Hendersonville, and Brevard. We suggest visiting our website www.flowertowncharmoffgrid.com/FAQ if you have questions! WINTER BOOKINGS: Our driveway may be impassible during winter weather and we recommend snow tires, snow chains, and/or 4x4 during the winter months due to ice. We do shut down the running water during the winter to prevent the pipes from freezing. We will provide guests with 5 gallon drinking jugs with a dispenser to use, and the toilet still has water to flush. But the shower, sink, tub, hose, and bidet will be shut down during these months. If you want the true off-grid experience this is it ;) We do require guests to e-sign our rental agreement that we will email to you, and request a $300 security deposit hold (not a charge) that we will release upon checkout. This is just a precaution for us letting people we don't know stay at our place and respecting it.
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Private Glamper/HOT TUB/MNTN VIEWS

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Bryson City, NC
Welcome and Thank you for choosing All Seasons Glamping for your unique camping experience nestled on 4.3 Acres in the mountains of North Carolina. We hope you will enjoy the nature and an outdoor adventure or two. Relax and Stargaze in our Hot Tub with Stunning Mountain Views. Located in the heart of the Smoky Mountains, 15 minutes from Cherokee, NC and the Casino, 10 mins drive to the Great Smoky National Park, and 5 mins drive to Downtown Bryson City, NC. This cute little Private R-Pod Camper provides a unique, convenient and memorable stay with epic views overlooking the mountains, and some hiking trails down to a little creek below the property. Perfect for all Seasons. Join us for a new Glamping Adventure!
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The Rowdy Bear Off-Grid Glamping

1 site · Lodging3 acres · Bryson City, NC
Fall in love with our secluded Off-Grid Cabin located in the Great Smoky Mountains. Wake up to the sounds of a babbling creek and beautiful mountain views, hike the Road to Nowhere, kayak the Little Tennesee River, cook hot dogs over an open fire, and then open the glass panel garage door and fall asleep under the most beautiful sky you will ever see. Rowdy Bear Highlights: • 12ft glass panel door that opens the cabin to nature • Queen Tempurpedic bed • Rain Captured Shower • Fire Pit The Space: The Rowdy Bear is an Off-Grid Cabin that is situated in the Great Smoky Mountains with easy access to both Bryson City and Franklin. The cabin itself was built using rough sawn wood acquired from a local sawmill. Many of the items used in the cabin came from local shops or antique stores. There is a 2000-watt Solar Generator in the cabin that can be used for lights, charging cell phones, and running the pump for the shower. The Solar Panels are enough to charge the Generator to 100% each day. Rainwater is used for showers. The gutter system on the cabin is used to catch rainwater. The downspout runs into a "First Flush Diverter", which allows any dust, dirt, or anything else that might land on the roof between the rainstorms to be diverted away from the water storage tank. The clean rainwater then fills the water storage tank. Be aware that Rainwater is fine for showers, but is not meant for drinking. Propane is connected to a space heater and the shower. The space heater is 17,000 BTUs, which is plenty for colder nights. The shower has an at-source water heater and can heat the water up to 120 degrees, which is more than enough for a hot shower. A porta potty is provided for bathroom purposes and is cleaned and restocked every Thursday. Pets are allowed! The following items are provided: 1. Linens 2. Towels 3. Coffee, Coffee Pot, and Coffee Cups 4. Body Wash 5. Shampoo 6. Board Games 7. Lanterns 8. Two Person Table and Chairs 9. Two Rocking Chairs 10. four Adirondack Chairs for the Firepit 11. Firepit 12. Outdoor table for food and drinks 13. Propane Torch for lighting fires Guest access The Rowdy Bear is situated on 2.5 acres of land. There is a large section cleared off where the cabin is located. There is plenty of room for the fire pit, vehicles, animals, and any outdoor games you might want to bring (cornhole). Both Bryson City and Franklin are fairly close to the cabin. Bryson City is approximately 20 minutes away, while Franklin is approximately 30 minutes away. Both towns offer great little downtown areas that have shopping and restaurants. Don't be afraid to try the food trucks, they have some of the best food. Bryson City has many trails for hiking such as the Road to nowhere, Noland Divide Trail, Three Waterfalls Loop (FYI: There are three waterfalls on this trail), and Deep Creek Waterfall Loop. The fishing in Bryson City is also great and the guided trips are very reasonably priced. I would suggest going in the morning and doing a float trip. Franklin is bigger and a little more spread out than Bryson city, but there are a lot of neat little stores and restaurants. I personally like going to the Currahee Brewing Company. Currahee is right on the river and is set up to host live bands and it gets pretty lively in the late afternoons and evenings on the weekends. Other things to note One of the things you would want to bring is a 1 lb propane bottle for the Torch that is provided. Using the torch to start a fire is much easier than kindling. The solar generator has enough power to run the small coffee pot if you don't want to use the percolator. The generator also has enough power to run hair dryers. The main thing you want to keep in mind is anything that uses a heating element will drain the battery quickly. Lanterns are provided If needed. Overall, you should be good to go, but it is something to keep in mind.
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Creekside Cabin at Lake Hartwell

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Martin, GA
New to HipCamp? Use this code for $10 off your stay with us: https://www.hipcamp.com/i/elisabethc3462c9 Welcome to Creekside Cabin, only 0.25mi from Lake Hartwell. Nestled in the woods, enjoy 500ft2 indoors and an additional 500ft2 of outdoor living space, strategically designed to provide unexpected spaciousness and comfort. Discover: 2 king beds, a loft bedroom with private balcony, open floor plan, stocked kitchen, & a plethora of entertainment. Ideal for nature-lovers, revel in 3 stories of decking with: a hot tub, fire pit, grill, daybed, outdoor tv, & covered porch, all surrounded by trees. *HIGHLIGHTS* WELCOMING ENTRY - Detailed, step by step check-in directions - Custom Creekside Cabin signage - Driveway lined with solar lighting - Smart lock for convenient & secure access - Covered and well-lit front porch: hanging macrame chair & handmade wooden bench - Welcome Basket: custom guidebook with local recommendations RELAXING LOFTED BEDROOM & BALCONY - Sleeping area: extra plush, king-sized memory foam mattress, 32” smart tv, handmade stump side tables, hand painted tree mural - Dressing area: antiqued full length mirror, extending clothing rack with hangers, dresser, 2 luggage racks - Office area: high-speed WiFi, collapsible office desk, handmade chair - Private balcony: bistro dining set & hanging egg chair *The spiral staircase leading to the loft is 21” wide with a 300lb weight capacity* ENTERTAINING LIVING/DINING - Daybed: can be used as a twin or opens into an additional king bed - Leather, power-reclining sofa and loveseat - 70” smart tv - Take One Leave One Library - 10+ Board & card games - Washer/dryer combo with detergent - Custom Georgia vs. South Carolina whiskey barrel with seating for 4 (can be used for gaming and dining) with classic 80’s arcade games - iCade with iPad mini for classic 70’s joystick games STOCKED KITCHEN - New appliances include: gas stove, dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, blender, kettle, Crockpot slow cooker & toaster oven/air-fryer combo - Coffee Bar: Keurig Dual drip and single K-cup coffee maker, filters provided, electric kettle, assortment of coffees, teas, and hot chocolates, sugars, & creams - Cooking & dining essentials provided: salt/pepper, oil, pots/pans, utensils, measuring cups & spoons, colander, grater, pizza slicer, can opener, peeler, wine & beer openers, pitchers, Tupperware, and grilling tools - Designated, hot tub-friendly cups and wine glasses - Patio doors lead onto main deck: daybed, outdoor tv, dining set, dart board, & dual fuel charcoal/gas grill FULL BATHROOM (on main floor) - Walk-in shower with built-in seating - High water-pressure shower head and extendable wand - Amenities provided: hair dryer, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hand soap, & toiletries SOAK IN THE OUTDOORS - Covered front porch: macramé hammock swing, handmade bench - Main deck: daybed, dining set for 4, dual-fuel charcoal or gas grill, solar tiki-lighting, 55” smart tv - Loft bedroom balcony: hanging egg chair, bistro dining set for 2 - Lower deck: inflatable hot tub, outdoor solar shower with foot spigot, custom bench, granite bar top, solar tiki-lighting - Backyard: fire pit with log seating for 4 - Outdoor games: cornhole, magnetic darts, & yard bowling SECLUDED YET CONVENIENT LOCATION - Creek & wooded view, common deer and small wildlife sightings - Free boat launches, beaches, & fishing/swimming docks less than 10 minutes away - Access to community amenities: dock on Lake Hartwell, gazebos, & picnic tables less than 5 minutes away - Guidebook with nearby recommendations provided for dining and adventure ADDED FOR COMFORT - Instant-hot, tankless water heater - Smart thermostat for central heat & AC - Portable heater and fan - Linens, plus extra pillows & blankets - Custom Creekside Cabin robes - 2 Yoga mats with holders PETS LOVE IT TOO - Medium-sized dog crate - Pet gate on the main deck stairs - Food/water bowls - Poop bags & leashes - Designated towels & blankets - Enzymatic cleaning supplies - Outdoor solar shower with spigot for baths IDEAL FOR COUPLES - Romantic setting, surrounded by trees for privacy - King bed - Custom bath robes - Wine, champagne, & cappuccino glasses - Moscow mule & coffee mugs - Chilled beer steins - Outdoor daybed with 55” tv - Hot tub - Fire pit *THIS CABIN IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN* - Be aware that the bedroom is located in a loft, which is open to the rest of the home. To get to the loft, there is a very thin, spiral staircase. Although there is some railing, it is minimal and therefore inherently dangerous and difficult to navigate, especially with suitcases. Please be mindful. *The staircase is 21” wide steps, with a 300lb weight capacity* The bathroom is located on the main floor, while the bed is in the loft. If you prefer not to use the spiral staircase, the daybed in the living room also opens into a king-sized bed. *The daybed is designed more for convenience than comfort; if you are sensitive to mattresses, the daybed may not be suitable. - Please ensure all guests are accounted for within your reservation. We DO NOT allow anyone that is not accounted for onto the property, even if they do not plan to stay the night. Unannounced guests will result in a $100 per guest, per night, charge to your account AND you will need to vacate immediately. - The cabin is on well-water, which can be a milky white color at times due to dissolved air and minerals. It is safe to drink, however if you are sensitive to hard water, we recommend bringing bottled water. - This cabin is on a septic system; it cannot handle food scraps, wipes, nor toiletries. There is a basket in the kitchen sink drain to stop food from going down; empty this basket into the trash as needed and at the end of your stay. Toilets can only handle septic-safe toilet paper. Do not flush hygiene products, wipes, nor excessive tissue, EVEN ONES MARKED AS FLUSHABLE, as this will cause a blockage and render all plumbing unusable. - ***All trash must be BAGGED and TIED in kitchen-sized 13 gallon bags, then placed in the outdoor trash bins. The trash company does not have a dump truck; they pick up each bag individually. Please be mindful of this. Dog poop bags must be enclosed in trash bags as well*** - Pets require an $80 additional cleaning fee; there is a $180 fee for bringing an unannounced pet. Ensure all pet waste is picked up. We have seen bobcats and bears, please be mindful of your pets. - We are vape & 420 friendly, however tobacco products are permitted OUTDOORS ONLY. - Outdoor cushions are located in the storage bench under the outdoor tv. In order to preserve them, please place cushions back into the storage bench when not in use. - Magnetic darts, cornhole bean bags, and board games are located inside of the coffee table and outdoor bench. - The cabin has a Take One, Leave One library; feel free to bring a book you’re finished reading and trade out for one of ours. Of course, this means there may be all sorts of books on our shelves, which may not represent the opinions or values of your host. If you see something you find offensive or inappropriate, please tuck it away and let us know. - You may eat and play on the whiskey barrel arcade game, however do not move, lean on, or hit the glass top. - If you are sensitive to political signs/flags (US, Confederate, or otherwise), this may not be the right listing for you. Although we do not post affiliations, some surrounding homes do. - Because this is a rural area, we recommend turning off any lights that are not directly in use, as bugs are very prevalent and attracted to light, especially at night. **If you are sensitive to insects (indoor and outdoor), this listing may not be the right fit.** - There is community area access, however it is not always maintained. For boating especially, we recommend the nearest Boat Launch at 499 Choestoea Rd, Westminster, SC, where there are docks, a public launch, and a sandy beach. - The inflatable hot tub can reach temperatures up to 104°F. Due to the nature of inflatable hot tubs, it will lose about 5°F per hour that the lid is off; weather conditions and use of the jets may expedite this cooling. Unlike a traditional hot tub, there are no seats inside. There are flower-shaped sponges in the hot tub, which help keep the water clean. **If you prefer to take these out while in the water, they must be placed back in when you exit. DO NOT throw these over the railing.** After use, please toss 2 sanitizer shock tablets into the water (located above the stove). There will be a video on hot tub operation in your check in directions.
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Brushy Mountain Glamping

1 site · Lodging34 acres · Hendersonville, NC
Very private canvas dome tent with a queen bed and large twin futon. Pet and family friendly. Can sleep three adults comfortably with room on the floor for a sleeping bag or two. Sheets and pillows provided for the queen bed only. Private composting toilet/outhouse on site. Large awning with picnic table and a smokeless fire pit and camping chairs. Most camping cooking supplies are provided including a propane and charcoal grill. A natural spring is nearby to fill your water bottles or take a rinse. Seasoned hardwood sold on site.
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Sacred Roots

2 sites · Lodging1 acres · Rosman, NC
A sublime place where art and the natural world collide. Start your morning enjoying coffee on the patio among the trees, completely immersed in nature. Relax by the garden after a long day of exploring or take a swim at the lake. The fire pit is a perfect way to end the day with stories, music, and laughter while the stars shine down upon you. Learn more about this land: Enchanting and unique cottage on 1.5 acres, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains just 20 minutes outside of charming Brevard. A perfect getaway for outdoor enthusiasts or anyone seeking tranquil solitude. Beautiful, wooded property with gardens, creative art, screened-in porch, patio, fire pits, and an 11-acre lake for kayaking, swimming, fishing, and exploring. Two kayaks are available for 150.00 or stand up paddleboards for 150.00 for the duration of your stay. A liability waiver is required for all boat use. The foothills trail, hiking, biking, and waterfalls are all within minutes of the property.
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Glamping at the Chapel

1 site · Lodging50 acres · Murphy, NC
Secluded 48 acres in Murphy (about 16 minutes to downtown). Near: John C. Campbell Folk School (about 12 minutes away); Nantahala River (about 35 minutes away). Friendly dog and 2 cats (they live at my house, but may come to the chapel for a visit). Roam the property, visit the chickens and ducks, swim in the spring fed pond. If you are a camper or want to try "camping," then you will love "glamping" ("glamorous camping") at the chapel! Read more about "glamping" and the chapel's features below.The spaceMy vision is that my property (which I've named "Kingdom Come") would be a place of rest, retreat, and enjoyment for others. I am going to build a few cabins for lodging, but my first major project was building a chapel, so that it would be the centerpiece and heartbeat: a place for reflection, meditation, and prayer.I built the chapel myself (with my own hands, and the hands of a couple of friends). As I work on building the cabins, I have decided to use the chapel as a glamping site (better than using it as a "divine" storage building!).My mother was an artist and when she died I ended up with a lot of her artwork. Some of her paintings now fill the chapel. They also fill the space, I hope, with her grace and love and creativity.The chapel features beautiful timber frame construction. As to "glamping" . . . there is no running water/plumbing, but you'll have all the fresh water you need for showers, drinking, etc. Limited electricity for running the kitchen appliances.No AC, of course, but the fan will keep it comfortable in warm weather. As to cold weather, the chapel has an electric heater that keeps it fairly comfortable in cold weather: not blazing hot, but comfortable, unless it gets VERY cold; then, the heater just takes off some of the chill.Zinus Ultima Comfort Memory Foam 6 Inch mattresses are very comfortable! Using the outdoor solar/camp shower is wonderful. The privy is clean and well-ventilated.Appliances: fan; toaster oven; microwave oven; coffee maker; and, small micro-fridge.Lighting is provided by four rechargeable lanterns. Screens on the windows and door to keep the bugs at bay.Outdoor deck features comfortable Adirondack chairs, a Weber charcoal grill, and a fire pit for campfires. I''ll provide you with wood for a few (maybe for all of your fires, depending on how much wood you burn) campfires. Matches and paper provided, too, to help get the fire started.The play area offers opportunities limited only by your imagination. Sunbathing? Stargazing? Badminton and Bocce balls provided if you want to play!AT THE CHAPEL YOU WILL BE PROVIDED WITH:Towels and wash clothesSheets, pillow cases and blanketsCoffee filtersSalt and PepperSoap for washingDinnerware (including knives, forks, and spoons) for fourPaper plates and disposable knives, forks, and spoonsToilet paperPaper towelsPlenty of water for drinking, washing, and bathingYOU MAY WISH TO BRING:Charcoal, if you want to use the grillLearn more about this land:Secluded 48 acres in Murphy (about 16 minutes to downtown). Near: John C. Campbell Folk School (about 12 minutes away); Nantahala River (about 35 minutes away). Friendly dog and 2 cats (they live at my house, but may come to the chapel for a visit). Roam the property, swim in the spring fed pond, play badminton or horseshoes, or just lounge on the deck. If you are a camper or want to try "camping," then you will love "glamping" ("glamorous camping") at the chapel! Read more about "glamping" and the chapel's features below.My vision is that my property (which I've named "Kingdom Come") would be a place of rest, retreat, and enjoyment for others. I am going to build a few cabins for lodging, but my first major project was building a chapel, so that it would be the centerpiece and heartbeat: a place for reflection, meditation, and prayer. I built the chapel myself (with my own hands, and the hands of a couple of friends). As I work on building the cabins, I have decided to use the chapel as a glamping site (better than using it as a "divine" storage building!).My mother was an artist and when she died I ended up with a lot of her artwork. Some of her paintings now fill the chapel. They also fill the space, I hope, with her grace and love and creativity.The chapel features beautiful timber frame construction. As to "glamping" . . . there is no running water/plumbing, but you'll have all the fresh water you need for showers, drinking, etc. Limited electricity for running the kitchen appliances.No AC, of course, but the fan will keep it comfortable in warm weather. As to cold weather, the chapel has an electric heater that keeps it fairly comfortable in cold weather: not blazing hot, but comfortable, unless it gets VERY cold; then, the heater just takes off some of the chill. Four (4) beds with Zinus Ultima Comfort Memory Foam 6 Inch mattresses are very comfortable! Using the outdoor solar/camp shower is wonderful. The privy is clean and well-ventilated.Appliances: fan; toaster oven; microwave oven; coffee maker; and, small micro-fridge. Lighting is provided by four rechargeable lanterns. Screens on the windows and door to keep the bugs at bay. Outdoor deck features comfortable Adirondack chairs, a Weber charcoal grill, and a fire pit for campfires. There are generous firewood bundles available for you to purchase at the chapel, if you wish. Matches and paper provided, too, to help get the fire started.The play area offers opportunities limited only by your imagination. Sunbathing? Stargazing? Badminton and Bocce balls provided if you want to play!WOOD-FIRED SAUNAWe also offer an experiential upgrade to your stay if you want to bask in a traditional Finnish wood-fired sauna complete with plunges into our cool pond between rounds. Please contact us and we will send you more details on the sauna rates. If you desire to book the sauna during your stay , we will light the fire and have it toasty hot for your sweat. We will gladly walk you through a traditional Finnish ritual and what to expect.AT THE CHAPEL YOU WILL BE PROVIDED WITH: Towels and wash clothes Sheets, pillow cases and blankets Coffee filters Salt and Pepper Soap for washing Dinnerware (including knives, forks, and spoons) for four Paper plates and disposable knives, forks, and spoons Toilet paper Paper towels Plenty of water for drinking, washing, and bathing YOU MAY WISH TO BRING: Charcoal, if you want to use the grill Swimming towels.
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The Nest on Laurel Drive

3 sites · Lodging1 acres · Sapphire, NC
If you enjoy the convenience of being close to Gorges State Park and the mountain towns of Brevard and Cashiers, come stay at The Nest on Laurel Drive. We are easy to find right off Highway 64 but set in a wooded area that offers both privacy and convenience. There is lots to do outside, with Whitewater Falls and hiking trails all around the area. We hope to see you soon!
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The Little Sundrop

3 sites · Lodging30 acres · Bryson City, NC
Experience the rhythm of the Smoky Mountains in our super comfortable glamping site. You will need an all wheel drive vehicle to access this secluded mountain retreat (our Honda CR-V does great). Located on a 30 acre eco-preserve, amazing views, outdoor shower in a treehouse, private bathroom and too many amenities to mention. Kitchen, bedding and towels included for 4/5 people.
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Wanda's World

1 site · Lodging6 acres · Murphy, NC
In 2013 my husband and I retired from Florida to Murphy; We built a small cabin in the woods and began collecting critters. We now have 6 Nigerian goats, 4 Great Pyrenees and 1 little rescue mixed puppy. We are so blessed and wanted to give back. Several men from our church along with my husband and I built the "Bunkhouse" to provide inexpensive lodging to those that wanted to enjoy the simple life. Money received is shared with Renewed Hope a local not for profit, faith-based drug and alcohol treatment facility. Learn more about this land: The tiny cabin overlooks a small creek and sits at the tree line. In the winter you can see the mountains and in the spring and summer one can only see dense woods. Other than the host home there are no other homes visible.  The cabin is located 5.3 miles from John C. Campbell Folk School and 7.4 miles from Harrah's Cherokee Valley River Casino & hotel.  We are just 5.6 miles from the Historic Murphy city center. Three rivers converge to form Hiawasse lake outside of Murphy and the Nanatahala Gorge River and lake is close by.
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Greenville - Luxury Southern Bell

1 site · Lodging5 acres · Piedmont, SC
Welcome in summer and stay cool too! That' right, we've got air conditioning in our Southern Belle. Glamping is year-round on our hobby farm in upstate South Carolina. Book your private creekside stay, and enjoy the peaceful outdoors with all the amenities of home around you. Complimentary sparkling wine, hot chocolate, and bottled water included with your stay. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- MORE Details: Our beautiful bell tent is placed on a deck where you'll find your very own Solo Stove fire pit with a top rack for grilling. Once inside the tent, you'll get to enjoy a very comfy queen-size bed that's dressed and ready for a perfect night's sleep. One feature you're sure to enjoy is the AC, and for colder months a toasty heater! Other amenities include the retro turquoise fridge, Nespresso maker, dishes, bowls with utensils, coffee mugs, wine glasses, and complimentary coffee creamers/bottled water. Beside the tent, there's a large picnic table so you can easily prep your meals. You can even have your own movie night with our personal collection of DVDs and portable player that's convenient to watch right under the stars...and speaking of 'stars', turn on our star projector inside the bell tent to be entertained even more. Last, but certainly not least, what about the bathroom? Hey, we've got you covered with a vented compost toilet, and hot shower that's housed in a handcrafted cedar plank lodge next to the sweet Southern Belle. Fresh white towels and washcloths await you along with botanical shampoos, conditioners, soaps, and lotions. Book a stay for the New Year! The Southern Belle is close to many hot spots like Downtown Greenville, City Scape Winery, Clemson University, Stumphouse Tunnel, and more! P.S. During your stay, make sure to say hello to our sheep, Daisy and Suzie, 12 chickens, and 4 Kunekune pigs.
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Looking to go camping near Sky Valley, Georgia in the United States? Hipcamp has over 1400 options for you to choose from! With campsites starting as low as $10 per night and an average price of $40 per night, there's something for every budget. If you're looking for top campsites, check out Smoky Mountain Mangalitsa Farm (388 reviews), Low Meadow Farms (Brown Bike Farms) (208 reviews), and Camping on Cloud 9 (181 reviews). Popular amenities like potable water, trash, and pet-friendly sites are available, and you can enjoy activities such as swimming, wind sports, and surfing. So pack your gear and get ready for an unforgettable camping experience!

Looking to go camping near Sky Valley, Georgia in the United States? Hipcamp has over 1400 options for you to choose from! With campsites starting as low as $10 per night and an average price of $40 per night, there's something for every budget. If you're looking for top campsites, check out Smoky Mountain Mangalitsa Farm (388 reviews), Low Meadow Farms (Brown Bike Farms) (208 reviews), and Camping on Cloud 9 (181 reviews). Popular amenities like potable water, trash, and pet-friendly sites are available, and you can enjoy activities such as swimming, wind sports, and surfing. So pack your gear and get ready for an unforgettable camping experience!

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