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Following CDC guidance, we open all windows after guests check out to increase ventilation in the cabin.

After each stay, all linens are removed from the cabin and laundered using the sanitation setting or washed in a germ-killing solution.

We have always used Clorox and Lysol brand products to disinfect high touch surfaces with special attention given to the kitchen and bathroom.

Soft surfaces are sprayed with an EPA approved disinfecting spray.

Hot tubs are drained, cleaned, and refilled with fresh spring water between stays. A clean filter is inserted and the water is treated to adjust pH and alkalinity. The water is then shocked and sanitized. According to the CDC there is no evidence that COVID-19 can survive in properly treated hot tub water.

This area is popular for many outdoor activities such as rafting, kayaking, tubing, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, sightseeing. You won’t be bored here unless you want to be, and for some folks that’s exactly why they come here… kickback, relax and do little to nothing!

Check our PLAN YOUR TRIP page for more info!

Limited grocery items are available the Trust General Store and Café, in Trust NC (4 miles south of cabins), or the Dollar General, Hillbilly Market, and Vaste Riviere Provisions in Hot Springs NC (10 miles north of our cabins); however, the nearest full service grocery stores (Publix, Ingles Market, Harris Teeter, Whole Foods, Food Lion, or Wal-Mart) are 45 minutes to 1 hour or more away, so you definitely want to plan ahead.

Our cabins are located in Madison County which is a dry county. Beer and wine are available at some restaurants and stores in the town of Hot Springs (10 miles north of our cabins). You may also purchase beer, wine, and liquor in the city of Asheville, or the larger towns of Waynesville, Weaverville, and Maggie Valley. Of course, you are welcome to bring your own.

Our cabins are approximately 10 miles to the historic town of Hot Springs, 30 miles to downtown Waynesville, and less than 35 miles from Asheville.

Generally, our seasons offer comfortable temperatures. Although it can be hot in the summer, evenings cool off… you may be content having the windows open. Fall is a very popular season here because of the changing of the leaves. It usually produces a variety of beautiful colors, and the temperature is cooler. Winter can be mild with a few inches of snow. It’s a beautiful sight with snow covered trees and mountains. Usually the snow is gone within a few days. You should plan to dress appropriately for the season but be prepared with a sweater or jacket for spring/summer/fall evenings. We also suggest wearing flat, comfortable shoes.

Our property is generally easy to access year-round, although a 4-wheel drive vehicle MAY be necessary in the event of snow. The cabins are located on a private gravel road with a steady incline approximately .3 mile off of the state maintained paved road–it is not suitable for motorcycles. Winter weather can be unpredictable: if you’re planning a trip here in the winter it’s best to monitor the weather closely.

We expect “normal” usage while staying. We will remove and launder (sanitize) all linens and thoroughly clean and disinfect the cabin after you check-out. This includes draining, cleaning, and refilling the hot tub and removing and disposing of accumulated trash.

Before you check-out, we ask that you wash and dry the dishes, flatware, glasses, and pots & pans you used and put them away, leave the bed unmade, and place all used towels in the hamper.

Asheville Regional Airport is approximately 45 miles from our cabins. Driving time will be about 1 hour and 15 minutes due to the mountainous terrain.

No hunting or discharging of firearms is permitted on our property. If you want to have a hunting experience while in the area, visit Fowler Farms Sporting Clays.