Come and get away in the perfect setting!! A very quiet and secluded creek front cabin with the rustic touches that you love, but all the convienences of home. "A Creek Runs Thru It" is perfect for the whole family, with a great and easy access to the creek all to yourself. Enjoy the beautiful sound of the creek or an outdoor fire in the fire pit while resting in a large hammock which hangs between two trees by the creek. You may also access the famous Benton MacKaye Trail, a spur from the Appalachian Trail, which is less than one mile from the cabin. Brand new outdoor hot tub by the creek. Have fun while roasting marsh mellows or hot dogs over the open fire, or take a dip in the cool and refreshing mountain waters. The kids and grown ups will be sure to love this one, as you could set up a tent for the kids outside in the flat back yard along the banks of the creek, while the parents have a romantic evening to themselves inside the cabin. While relaxing and maybe reading your favorite book inside the cabin, just open the door and listen to the creek from every room in the house, and especially during those cool nights, let the steady sounds of the rippling water help put you to sleep. "A Creek Runs Thru It", is an end of the road cabin, meaning that no one uses the same road or dirveway to go past this house, this is very private and you cannot see another house from this cabin. Also, this cabin is very close to United States National Forest, making it great for a wonderful and exploring nature hike. A Creek Runs Thru It is only about ten to twelve minutes from the downtown area of beautiful Blue Ridge, GA. In town you can find great eateries, wonderful mountain style shopping, and beautiful breathtaking views all around. Also, Lake Blue Ridge is about twelve minutes from the cabin where you can rent pontoon boats, fish, ski, and just simply relax. A couple of other fun and exciting things to do in the area is horseback riding, which is about seven or eight minutes from the house, and white water rafting on the Ocoee River, the site of the 1996 Olympics, which is about fifteen minutes from the cabin.
2 1/2 Bathroom