About the property
- Cabin1600 sqft
- Separate WC's1
- Minimum Stay2 nights
3BR/2.5BA-Sleeps 11-Lake Junaluska Assembly Grounds, Front Porch w/Rockers
Your log cabin is tucked away on a cove and meadow area of Lake Junaluska. This 3 bedroom and 2.5 cabin has everything you need for a perfect, peaceful vacation. The kitchen has all of the amenities of home including hugefridge, microwave, Keurig coffee maker, coffee maker, new stove/oven, and dishwasher. In addition, the kitchen is stocked with dishes, pots and pans and utensils. The cabin has central heat and air although with the cool mountain breezes you rarely need air conditioning. The front bedroom has a day bed and a trundle bed. Open the French doors to this room and let the mountain sunshine and fresh mountain air fill the room. In the middle bedroom there is a Queen size bed with an en suite bathroom that has an antique claw foot tub and shower combo. The back bedroom has a queen bed, a set of built in bunk beds and a convertible sofa. Just outside of this room, there is a full bathroom. There is a sofa bed in the family room. The family room is a great place to gather to play board games or just curl up on the couch and read a book. The family room has one of the 2 high definition satelite flat screen televisions with the other TV in the middle Bedroom. In addition, the cabin has free WI-FI. A fireplace with gas logs in the family room keeps you toasty warm on chilly evenings. Enjoy grilling out on the back covered patio where a gas grill and picnic table are provided. You can dine out rain or shine on the patio. The front porch is a great place to overlook the front garden with gorgeous flowers, birds, and butterflies. Coffee and grits on the porch in the morning....life does not get any better than this! Road access to the cabin is easy and there is a flat driveway for parking.
The cabin is located on the Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center. It is a great place to stay for the many conferences, retreats, and meetings that Lake Junaluska offers throughout the year. The cabin is 1 minute from Stuart Auditorium and Terrace meeting rooms.
At Lake Junaluska, there are many activities and amenities for you to enjoy.
In the summer, the Olympic size pool is open and the pool is built to give you the illusion that you are actually swimming in the lake! Kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats can be rented in the summer from the aquatic center. Shuffleboard, mini golf, basketball, volley ball and tennis are also great activities at Lake Junaluska.
Fishing is permitted with the proper fishing license. There is a public boat launch. Electric motors or paddles must be used on the lake...no gas powered boats or personal watercraft. Several docks are located around the lake for your fishing pleasure. The playground is open year round and is an awesome place for children to play and frolic. There are also covered picnic tables. There is a paved 2.6 mile walking/running path that encircles the 200 acre lake. The views of the mountains are stunning. Enjoy viewing the ducks and swans along the way! This path is great for strollers too. You will want to take your camera along to snap some pictures of the lake and mountains. The Rose Walk is a must see at Lake Junaluska. It is a portion of the trail around the lake and there are numerous rose bushes with a rainbow of color. Don't forget to 'stop and smell the roses'.
The Lake Junaluska golf course is just 5 minutes away. Enjoy the 4 seasons of the Smoky Mountains!
Summer-fishing, golf, tennis, hiking, biking, mini golf, boating, horseback riding, rafting, tubing
Autumn-apple picking, Apple Festival in Waynesville, leaf peeping at mountains painted with yellow, gold and orange, hiking, photo opportunities.
Winter-snow skiing, snow boarding, sledding, making snowmen, snow angels, hot chocolate by the fireplace. Spring-flower festivals, hiking, mountains bursting with blooms of every color.
Ruth or Ted Singletary
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- Response time:
- within one day
- Calendar last updated:
- May 22, 2018
About Ruth or Ted Singletary
Ted and Ruth Singletary were born and raised in Charleston, S.C. area. Ruth's family always vacationed at Chimney Rock, N.C. and Ted's family camped in the Great Smoky Mountains. Ruth visited Lake Junaluska as a child and returned every summer to the beauty of the lake. In 1991, Ted and Ruth began bringing their children to Lake Junaluska. In 1996, our family purchased an inn at Lake Junaluska and have spent our summers at Lake Junaluska ever since then.
Ruth or Ted Singletary purchased this Cabin in 2009
Why Ruth or Ted Singletary chose Lake Junaluska
Lake Junaluska holds a special place in our hearts. It is a place where you can refresh, relax and renew your spirit. There is nothing more spectacular than sitting up by the famous Lake Junaluska cross and watching the sunset at over the lake....priceless. Our cabin was the original bookstore at Lake Junaluska and was built in 1925. It has been a labor of love restoring this cabin to bring it back to it's original beauty.
What makes this Cabin unique
When we first stepped inside the cabin we both said, 'It feels like home!'. The cabin is in a quiet section of Lake Junaluska but just a 2 minute walk will have you at the Lake's edge taking in the panoramic view of pristine Lake Junaluska. We love rocking on the front porch!
Pool / Spa
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Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:30 AM
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Great for families!
Great historic cabin- three bedrooms plus a fold-out couch. Two full bathrooms plus a half bath which was nice. Well-equipped kitchen. Fantastic location- you can easily walk to the lake and a cute coffee/gift shop in less than 5 minutes. Would definitely stay here again!
We are so glad you enjoyed our cabin! See you next time.
Adorably Quaint and peaceful
Loved everything about our stay! Quaint, cozy cabin, tucked back on a peaceful, quite street, surrounded by beautiful mountains! ❤️
A little piece of heaven!
Cokesbury Cabin was the perfect place for our group to be during our weekend retreat! It had everything we needed & the layout was perfect for our group. The Singletary's provided awesome customer service, always quick to answer my questions. I would definitely stay here again!!
Would stay again, and again ...
We enjoyed staying here. This felt like home from the moment we arrived. Very convenient walk to the Lake Junaluska, all well furnished, pretty garden upfront, small and big enough. Also got to meet the owners, who are very fine people. Thank you, Ted and Ruth, for allowing us to enjoy our group weekend at your cabin!
We enjoyed meeting your group! The garden out front is in full spring bloom. So happy our sweet cabin felt like home....that is our goal. It is a short walk away from all the beauty of Lake Junaluska and the amenities that the lake offers. We hope to see you again in the future.
Spacious Cabin in Beautiful Retreat Setting
Our stay at Cokesbury Cabin gave me the perfect opportunity to introduce my husband to my beloved Lake Junaluska while experiencing all the comforts and accutrements of a house in the mountains! We enjoyed the well-equipped kitchen, fireplace, clawfoot bathtub, and rocking chairs on the front porch. Lake Junaluska itself is a world-class, Christian retreat setting with many opportunities for spiritual inspiration and reflection. We recommend excursions to: nearby Cataloochee (in the Great Smoky Mountain Ntl Park) to hike, enjoy breathtaking scenery, and see the elk; and a tour of the Biltmore Estate! Thanks to Ruth and Ted for their always prompt and courteous communication. Blessings to you!
Thank you for staying at our cabin! We love Lake Junaluska as well! It is a wonderful place to relax and rest your weary soul. So glad you had a chance to share it with your husband.
Cute little cabin, authentic Mountain experience
Wonderful stay and great communication with the owners
Thanks so much for staying at our cabin!! Hope to see you again!
Hendersonville-Shopping, Apple Festival
Chimney Rock State Park-Great Hiking, Magnificent Waterfalls, Picnic Area
Lake Lure-Beach and Boat Rentals
Asheville-Biltmore House and Winery, A Must See
Asheville-Tops for Shoes-Fantastic Shoe Store!!
Asheville-Civic Center Events, Ice Skating
Asheville-Tourist Baseball Team
Asheville-Art Lovers Paradise
Maggie Valley-Ghost Town-Amusement Park
Waynesville-The Chocolate Bear, Yummy!
Waynesville-Mast General Store
Waynesville-Antiques, Art, Thrift Shops
Waynesville-Haywood Arts Theatre, Great Drama
Waynesville-Casual and Ice Cream: Ammons Drive In
Family Fun-Asheville's Fun Depot-One Stop All Family entertain featuring indoor and outdoor go carts, laser tag, batting cages, mini golf and much more.
Family Fun-Western North Carolina Nature Center
Cherokee Native American Reservation-Unto These Hills Outdoor Drama Depicting the History of the Cherokee People
Cherokee Museum and Oconuluftee Indian Village
Cherokee-Tubing on the River
Cherokee-Oconuluftee County Park-Great fun in the river
Cherokee-Smokemont Riding Stables
Bryson City-Great Smoky Mountain Railroad-Fantastic Trip
Bryson City-Deep Creek Tubing-Family Fun
Blue Ridge Parkway-Scenic Drive, Fabulous Views, Waterfalls, Wildlife, Sliding Rock
Great Smoky National Park-Waterfalls, Hiking
Cataloochee Valley-Elk Viewing, Hiking
Maggie Valley-Cataloochee Ranch, Horseback Riding
Maggie Valley-Cataloochee Ski Area-Cool Fun!
Maggie Valley-Tony's Tube World-Snow Tubing
White Water Rafting-Nantahala Outdoor Center, Ocoee, Chattooga, Pigeon, Tuckeseegee andFrench Broad Rivers
Golf Courses-Lake Junaluska Golf Course, Waynesville Country Club, Maggie Valley Resort and Country Club, Laurel Ridge Country Club, Iron Tree Golf Course, Springdale Country Club
Additional pricing information
Cleaning fee is $69 per stay. No Pets Allowed-$300 cleaning fee if pets are brought No Smoking Allowed-$300 cleaning fee if smoking is detected in cabin