|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
This is a very private cabin on a beautiful large 3.5 acre lot. It is in a small community of larger plot mini farms along a secluded section of Stover Creek. This rustic and well maintained chink log cabin is in it's own valley and neighbors are out of view, even in winter months. The large screened porch, with a luxurious hot tub, faces the woods. The relaxing sounds of nature and rushing water will wash away the worries of city life.
Two full bedrooms, large loft and sofa beds provide sleeping for up to 6 adults comfortably. Two large bathrooms and a washer and dryer provide facilities for all guests’ cleaning needs. The kitchen is well appointed, including a large refrigerator, a dishwasher and a full size gas range and stove.
There is Direct TV, phone service and DSL WiFi, a sound system, and central heat and air. The atmosphere from a real wood burning stone fireplace, with a gas starter, makes it feel like camping without 'roughing it.' Firewood is provided.
This wonderful retreat is in the Blue Ridge Wildlife Management Area of the Chattahoochee National Forest, but is still only an hour and a half drive from Atlanta.
There are lots fun things to do in this area. Hiking abounds: the Benton MacKaye and the Appalachian Trails heads are about 12 miles away on Springer Mountain, and there are numerous hiking trails close by that lead to several waterfalls, a swinging bridge, and spectacular mountain views. Fishing opportunities in the numerous trout streams and in area mountain lakes are plentiful and cater to all skill levels. The kayaking and tubing opportunities on the Cartecay and Toccoa rivers are very close by and the shuttle services are inexpensive and easy to navigate. More challenging guided white water rafting is a short drive away, as well. Mountain bike trails and horseback riding are also easy to locate and enjoy.
Beautiful downtown Ellijay is about 15 miles away. Ellijay has numerous antique shops and art galleries and small eateries. Ellijay is host to an apple festival in October, while the numerous orchards are open all year long and have tours, some offer hayrides and petting areas for the kids. The city of Blue Ridge is about 25 miles from this cabin. Blue Ridge offers old-fashioned train rides along the Toccoa River and plenty of shops, restaurants and bars to enjoy as well. The entire area is rich with history and southern culture and charm.
The mountains of northwest Georgia are not overly touristy or trashy. The locals have character are pleasant and eager to please visitors. Simply driving through this naturally beautiful area is a scenic adventure. Come see for yourself, and I’m sure you’ll have a difficult time keeping this place a secret!
Keywords: private, frontage, creek, view, Ellijay, Aska, Blue Ridge, fishing, hot tub, screened porch, dogs, pets, Just a Step Away, log cabin, fireplace, romantic, wildlife, adventure, hiking, mountains, country, scenic.
I am an fly fisherman and hiker and throw pottery which I sell at art festival in the Atlanta area. Please feel free to ask me for some good fishing areas for your particular skill level or the location for some of my favorite hikes.
Eric L Shaw purchased this cabin in 2005
This is a very private and special place that relaxes me every time I make that turn off the main road on my way there.
I have the creek all to myself and don't have to share, the kitchen is easy to cook in, and the hot tub releases the aches and pains from a good days hiking or fishing in the many area streams filled with trout.
We stayed for 4 nights and loved our stay. Our boys loved exploring the surrounding area and I felt comfortable allowing them some freedom as the landscape was not risky. The creek was low and fishing was not possible, but our boys and dog explored none the less. We had a fire every night and the cabinet was stocked with games for any taste. We used the hot tub daily as well. I would love to return in warmer months. A perfect vacation.
I needed a place to run away and have some peace and quiet, this certainly fulfilled the need! I've never really felt comfortable staying in someone's house, but walking into the cabin felt like coming home. I can see more escapes in my future!
The building was decently sized for our family of four. The stream near the house was gorgeous and we had no problems with our stay in or outdoors. The host called the first night to make sure we got in ok, figured out the entertainment center, wifi, etc and just to generally make sure we were good for our stay. The beds were clean, the kitchen was fully stocked with utensils. The hot tub was quite large and was a perfect addition to the cold nights :)
Ellijay had enough eateries for us to eat out some and Amicacoala falls wasn't too far of a drive to visit either. We had a great time here overall and would recommend this property.
This place is awesome. So private but not too far of a drive to Ellijay or nearby trails. The hot tub is on a nice screened in porch which was perfect. Outdoor grill was nice and house was stocked with random spices so we never had to leave. Great entertainment system and WIFI works great. The best part about this place is NO HIDDEN FEES! I searched all over for a cabin and they were all twice as much as claimed once all the fees were added. I will be coming back here the next chance that I get.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event Price|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£240|
I accept only US Dollars. All rates are subject to change until reservations are confirmed. The first or full payment confirms you are scheduled on the calendar. The final rental payment results in the access codes and information about the property being sent by e-mail. If canceled 14 days or greater before arrival 100% of your money will be refunded. If canceled more than 7 days 50% will be refunded.
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Ellijay is host to an apple festival in October, but some of the numerous orchards are open all year long and have tours; some offer hayrides for the kids. Old-fashioned train rides along the river or a visit to an ancient American Indian site can make for a relaxing time in the mountains