Erikas Dream is a handcrafted log home constructed near Bryson City, North Carolina. The riverside wood cabin has two bedrooms, one bed, and one bathroom, and can sleep up to four people. You’ll have the entire cabin building to yourself during your holiday. The log cabin requires self-check-in via a lockbox. The host does not allow smoking or parties. Before you book, double-check that the host’s house rules are acceptable to you.
This remote hand-built log cabin is genuinely one-of-a-kind, having been logged locally with Belgian horses and handcrafted on location. The log cabin is full of fine craftsmanship and numerous unique elements that distinguish it as a one-of-a-kind wood cabin. The log cabin is only a few minutes from downtown, where you may visit a variety of local stores, restaurants, and galleries. The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is only a short drive away and is ideal for your next outdoor trip. For your wood cabin visit, there is an additional $75 pet fee. The complete log cabin building will be available to guests.
Bryson City, North Carolina, a tranquil mountain town bordering the Great Smoky Mountains National Park with distinctive galleries, stores, motels, and restaurants, has lots to see and do. With activities like kayaking and rafting on the Nantahala River, fishing and boating on Fontana Lake, world-class trout streams, picturesque railroad excursions, and mountain biking on the famous Tsali trails, you’ll be sure to enjoy this rich vacation paradise. Trails for hiking and horseback riding, creeks for tubing, and spectacular waterfalls can all be found in the Bryson City area. The Cherokee Indian Reservation and the North Carolina section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are both located in Bryson City. Bryson City is only three hours north of Atlanta and an hour west of Asheville.
Bryson City is a lovely place to visit at any time of year, but it’s especially lovely in the fall when the trees are ablaze with color. Bryson City decorates the streets with corn stalks, fall flowers, and hay bales as the leaves change color. You may take a trip to the Nantahala Gorge and ride the steam train, which was voted one of Travel and Leisure’s Top 10 Fall Foliage Trains.