Cherokee Mountain - Macon County - NC - Video
Just call 828 321 2340
Just call 828 321 2340
Luxury Two Bedroom -Two bathroom - Gated community - Creek - Views - Trails
Get excited about your life, it’s time for you to stay at one of our one, two or three bedroom traditionalAppalachian style, vacation rental log cabins. We specialize by taking ‘Natures Unique Design’ and recreating it inside our cabins; with custom tree stairs rails and furniture, that will delight and inspire. Privacy, romance and price is always a consideration for our guests, so we have allowed nature to wrap and shield our cabins, installed privacy fencing and included romantically lit hot tubs
Adohi Lodge Vacation Rental Log Cabin is located in 37 acres of an upscale privately gated Log Cabin Community, which includes several private well marked and maintained hiking trails, 200 feet of creek access for fishing, a swing bridge across the creek taking you to a grassy 1 acre picnic area with a rustic covered Pavilion. The whole area is surrounded by the National Forest and deeded an animal conservation area; the cabin sits completely alone and has outstanding 4,000 feet views of the Appalachian Mountains.
300 feet rushing creek fishing Swing Bridge and Family Pavilion
Nantahala Township is located in North Carolina in the part of Macon Countywhich is west of Wayah Gap. It has a population of 1,711. "Nantahala" is a Cherokee word which means "Land of the Noonday Sun." The area fits its name because in a few spots, the sun’s rays only reaches the floors of the Nantahala National Forest when it is directly overhead during the middle of the day.
The Cherokee Indians are credited for finding this region in North Carolina. They called their “town” Aquone (translated where the two rivers meet). This area is now covered with water and known as Nantahala Lake. There is plenty of evidence to prove that other people lived in this area long before the Cherokee Indians were here. There are many Indian villages in the Aquone area, and other similar evidence of other villages throughout the entire Nantahala community. The town of Aquone vanished and was rediscovered by a Spanish Conquistador Hernando de Soto in 1540 and then again by William Bartram in the 18th century.
The cabin has an eight person hot tub and a pool table. This cabin includes a large 16 x 16 outdoor deck, where the hot tub is located. Some unusual features are our custom (tree) stairwell, a great talking point for guests that stay with us. All the furniture is very comfortable, rustic and handcrafted. Both bedrooms are en-suite and have their own private fireplace and king size wrought iron antique beds. You have a choice of four external decks, two of which are covered with alfresco dining as an option for your family. We are located close to Nantahala Lake, Great Smokey Mountain Railway & Maggie Valley Ski Resort. Old River Road is a absolute must for those who love to fish trout and the river is regularly stocked by the Forest Service.