This cozy cabin is nestled in the woods on our family farm in the scenic Horse Cove Valley of Highlands, NC. A quintessential tiny house with rustic feel, this cabin is perfect for a weekend getaway or a week-long stay. Front porch sitting, cooled by nature, unplugged from reality, and all the necessary amenities are things you'll enjoy during your stay. Just a short distance from beautiful mountain hikes and picturesque waterfalls, and minutes away from the town of Highlands.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Highlands Cozy Cabin
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It's hard to find the right words for the Highlands Cozy Cabin - perfect only begins to cover it! Quiet, peaceful, cozy and clean...this is the ideal spot to spend a weekend and get away from it all. Tucked away in the trees, you'll find the sweet little cabin with a beautiful front porch. Spend the evening in the rocking chairs out front with a cup of tea, or turn on a movie inside by the glow of the fireplace. Feel like sharing campfire stories and making s'mores? There's a lovely fire pit area underneath strung bistro lights just behind the cabin! The cabin itself is stocked with everything you could need for your trip – cozy linens, all sorts of kitchen supplies, coffee and tea, DVDs galore, and more! I was blown away by the thought that has gone into making this a truly restful retreat, and can't recommend the Highlands Cozy Cabin enough!
The cozy cabin is cute and clean, and our stay was relaxing. Kelsey is a very responsive host. We had a problem getting the fireplace to light, and sent an email to Kelsey. Her dad was there in no time to get it fixed - thanks George! Our only real issues with the cabin pertain to location. It's not far from town, but the road has many sharp switchbacks and is 10 MPH in sections. I'm sure you get used to it if you're there for a while, but we didn't feel like we wanted to make that trip more than once a day. And we weren't eager to drive that road after dark. While it does feel like you're "in the woods" the cabin is within sight of three other houses, one of which had an off-lease dog that was a regular visitor. We're not "dog people" but it wasn't a problem for us, thankfully our son has outgrown his fear of dogs, but we didn't enjoy the illusion we were far from other people. We had never been to Highlands before and the waterfalls, hikes, and local botanical garden were great.