LOG CABINS IN THE FOREST
Our five log vacation mountain cabins all have two bedrooms with queen beds, a full bath, and a large sleeping loft with twin beds. Sleeps six. Included is a complete kitchen with microwave, full gas stove, full refrigerator, coffee maker and nice dining area.
Each Cabin is setup for comfort in your own personal kitchen
The living room is “mountain cozy” with a gas fireplace and ample seating.
All vacation cabins have covered front porches with rocking chairs to enjoy the cool mountain air. Maximum cabin insulation provides real comfort year long. The cabins are totally secluded within the deep forest and private from each other.
The inside of the cabins are beautifully decorated with vaulted wood ceilings and wood floors.
We do not require a cleaning fee if cabin is left as found and we are pet friendly!
Nearby you’ll find the “Chattooga River Wild Scenic Area” trail-head, Sliding Rock, Granite City and much more to explore.
The Chattooga River begins in the mountainous North Carolina as small rivulets, nourished by the springs and abundant rainfall, high on the slopes of the Appalachian Mountains- the start of a 50 mile journey that ends at Lake Tugakoo between South Carolina and Georgia, dropping almost 1/2 mile in elevation.
The river is one of the few renaming free flow streams in the Southeast. The setting is primitive; dense forests and underdeveloped shorelines characterize the primitive nature of the area.
Whiteside Cove Cabins are located on 26 rolling acres, which are flanked by national forest. There are numerous hiking trails, and plentiful fishing (license required & can be purchased in town). Our own clear, clean stream is a great place to wade or just relax with a picnic lunch along the banks or grassy spot.
Entering the grounds affords a great view of historic Whiteside Mountain rising 2000 feet above the cabins.
Whiteside Mountain Facts:
Elevation: 4930 ft,. Features some of the highest cliffs in eastern U.S. (2100 ft) and a rock feature known as the “Devil’s Courthouse.” Whiteside Mountain is approximately 390-460 million years old. Said to be the oldest mountain in the world.