Convenient location near
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Clean, rustic cabins have kitchens, dining areas, and living rooms with TVs
All cabins have outdoor hot tubs and wood or gas log fireplaces
Beautiful setting with mountain
and lake views
Fire pit area also with mountain
Pet-friendly cabins available
Additional cleaning fee
Steep roads can be tricky
Some cabins have
No fitness center,
restaurant, or pool on-site
Rock Creek Cabins offers
rustic cabins near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and about five minutes from
Bryson City. Some cabins are a bit more secluded than others, while
all cabins have kitchens stocked with cooking ware, separate dining and living
rooms, and fireplaces. It’s a great place to take in the scenery -- there’s an outdoor
fire pit with mountain views, and all cabins have outdoor hot tubs. A cleaning fee is charged in addition to rental rates, and the steep roads leading
to the cabins can be tricky to navigate.
Rock Creek Cabins -- which come with either one, two, or three bedrooms -- are spread
out across three different areas with varying levels of seclusion; guests should check with property staff when booking to find out where their cabin will be. Three-bedroom cabins are the most secluded, though all cabins feel private, with lots of plants and elevation changes contributing to a hidden, authentically woodsy atmosphere. The property is beautiful throughout, with
color-changing leaves in autumn, and an outdoor fire pit at a location with
amazing views of the mountainous region -- up to 30 miles' worth of views on clear days. One of the three locations is an eight-acre parcel studded with seven cabins, each separated by at least 200 feet. Cabins are unique in structure, ranging from a traditional log cabin to a mountaintop green cottage to an adorable A-frame chalet. Some cabins are near a farm, where the
sound of a rooster crowing can be a charming nuisance.
area near Bryson City and Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Rock Creek Cabins are spread out in
different locations near Bryson City. Some guests find the roads leading to the
cabins difficult to navigate. Bryson City is about a five minutes' drive, and has several casual and family
restaurants on offer. The cabins are also within about a 20 minutes' drive of Great Smoky Mountains National Park,
where guests can hike, fly fish, and go river tubing. It’s a 20-minute drive to the Nantahala Outdoor Center, which organizes whitewater rafting trips
on a nearby river. The property is also a little over an hour’s drive to Asheville.
cabins have full kitchens, fireplaces, and outdoor hot tubs.
Rock Creek Cabins are private one-, two-, and
three-bedroom cabins with homey furnishings like leather couches, and wooden
side tables and TV stands. Muted grays and earth tones combine with crisp white, dark leather, and loads of exposed wood for an easy elegance, while books scattered throughout cabins lend a cozy vibe. Full kitchens are stocked with cooking and
serving ware and include modern microwaves, refrigerators, and ovens. Cabins have
wooden dining tables and living rooms with TVs. All cabins have outdoor hot tubs and wood or gas log fireplaces; some have dishwashers and/or porch swings with mountain views. In the A-frame chalet,
the bed is located upstairs in a loft space, which can make for challenging late-night bathroom trips.
scenery, fire pit, and pet-friendly cabins available
There aren’t a lot of extra amenities
at Rock Creek Cabins, but the natural surroundings are beautiful, with
color-changing trees and beautiful mountain and lake views. One area of the property has an
outdoor fire pit. Pet-friendly cabins are available, and there is free Wi-Fi.
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