2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, sleeper sofa; sleeps 6
About Susan Paulus
I am a retired electrical engineer. I grew up in East Tennessee and love the scenery and mountains of the area.
Susan Paulus purchased this Cabin in 2004
Why Susan Paulus chose Tellico Plains
After retirement, I decided renovating a mountain cabin would be a great project! For me John Muir's quote 'The mountains are calling and I must go' is a perfect fit.
What makes this Cabin unique
The creek is the focal point of this property and the reason I love it.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Smoking is allowed on the outside decks.
Check with owner
The creek is suitable for wading.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Nice place with good amenities.
I very much enjoyed staying at this property. Very clean and good size. Would recommend.
A little piece of heaven
Easy rental process, cabin was amazing! Scenery was amazing. There are neighbors so it's not completely secluded although you never heard them. Wonderful getaway with or without children.
It was a nice place on Coker Creek
What a wonderful experience to be able to get away without any hassle whatsoever!!! Everything was exactly as Susan said it would be, and it was a completely relaxing time!!!!
Cabin was very comfortable. Thank-you for an enjoyable weekend.
Quiet and relaxing on Coker Creek
Property’s beat feature is that it is directly on Coker Creek. Sitting with the back door open or the bedroom door open and the creek sounds will lull you into instant relaxation. Kitchen is stocked with all equipment and cooking supplies you’d need. The furniture is nothing to right home about, but is acceptable. Fireplace is gas and is set with a timer. Drive in is gravel. You do have neighbors. Not far from Telico Plains, the skyway and bald river falls.
Overall relaxing stay.
The Cherokee National Forest is a pristine forest with spectacular views, hiking trails, whitewater rafting on the Ocoee Olympic site, horseback riding, and fishing on the Tellico River and Coker Creek. A unique treat is panning for gold in the Cherokee National Forest. The forest is surrounded by historical areas and quaint towns that offer museums, antique shops, artists' galleries, and unique shops. The Cherohala Skyway and Tail of the Dragon route are popular with motor cyclists as well as those seeking mountain views.
Other Activities: Panning for gold in the Cherokee National Forest is a popular outing; a guide to good sites is available at the Coker Creek Visitors Center. The forest is also a great place for hikes and mountain biking. Indian Boundary is a great family place with a lake and swimming beach and an easy hike.