You are invited to come and relax at Fox Hill Cabin: wade the clear,
cold mountain stream, enjoy the natural environment of this area,
snooze or read on the swing or rocking chairs on the shady front
porch, immerse yourself in the new spa on the back deck, or listen
to the soothing waters of the backyard stream.
Your dinner can be prepared in the fabulous kitchen or outdoor grill
and enjoyed on the privacy of the huge outdoor side deck while
absorbing the wildlife sounds of the mountain evenings! Afterward,
you can sit inside by the stone fireplace, while enjoying a movie on
the new 42" High Definition Wide Screen TV.
Fox Hill Cabin can sleep from 8 to 12. The two master suites make it
perfect for two families.
The main floor master bedroom includes a Queen bed, private bath
with a shower and an adjoining sitting room. The sitting room has
French doors giving it private access to the front porch, and a
Queen hide-a bed facing the bay window, bookshelves and TV.
Upstairs, past the cozy futon in the loft, the other master
bedroom has a King sized bed under a vaulted ceiling of knotty pine with a
wonderful soaking tub plus a shower in its private bath.
On the lower level, next to the game room, the third bedroom can
sleep four with two twin beds plus a bunk bed. There is also a hide-
a bed in the living room.
We really enjoyed the new pool table and of course, the hot tub. We rode to Deals Gap and the Tail of the Dragon, the Cherohala Skyway, Hellbender 28 and the Foothills parkway. When ont on our bikes, we "Duckied the Nanny" All in all, it was a teriffic time!
Fox Hill Cabin is secluded in the southern Smoky Mountains, yet only
two miles from the Robbinsville grocery stores, restaurants and
shopping. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is just to the
north with scenic drives to Fontana Lake and Dam, Cades Cove and the
Ocanuluftee Visitor Center just minutes away. A short drive brings
you to Cherokee where your can visit Indian museums, go shopping for
native crafts, enjoy the outdoor drama "Unto These Hills" or visit
the casinos. A scenic drive beyond Cherokee takes you to Gatlinburg
and Pigeon Forge, TN.
Nearby is the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad for an old time scenic
ride or dinner train, the Cheoah, Nantahala or Tuckasegee Rivers for
up to Class IV+ Whitewater Rafting or milder "rafting with the
kids", three horseback riding stables and the Tsali Recreation Area
where you can go mountain biking in the Nantahala National Forest.
For the hiker, the Appalachian Trail is only 8 miles away at Stecoah
Gap. From there you can go south to Nantahala Gorge or north to
Clingman's Dome, the highest point on the AT in the Great Smoky
Mountain National Park.
For the boaters and fisherman, Santeetlah Lake offers fishing,
canoeing, kayaking and picnicking just two miles away on a lake that
has a shoreline that is 80% undeveloped. A wide variety of fish
including smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, walleye, crappie, bream
and lake trout can be caught. A marina offers fuel, bait, tackle,
boat rentals, equipment rentals, boat launching, and dock space.
For those that enjoy driving or cycling on challenging roads, the
famous Tail of the Dragon at Deal's Gap is just 18 miles north, the
scenic Cherohala Skyway starts just two miles to the west and you
can jump on the southern end of the famous Blue Ridge Parkway in
less than an hour