The Hemlock Hide Away
Capture A Bit Of History
Rustic Ole Cabin
Immersed In A Setting That
Only God Could Sculpture.
At one time Graham County's largest export was mountain trout. The Rainbow and Brown trout raised on the farms here were shipped all over the world. Here the Stewart family operated one of the most productive farms in the county. This old cabin was the residence for the caretaker who oversaw the operations. The farms on West Buffalo Creek were closed in 2002 and the property was set aside for conservation preservation. The farm looked very similar to the one below.
We took this old cabin and refurbished it trying to keep the true meaning of its original intent and yet provide a family with the amenites needed for the perfect vacation retreat. The creek, the pond and the waterfalls, along with the resident wildlife, will capture your senses and give you the rest you are looking for. Primitive, pristine, and secluded this romantic little cabin will win your heart.
The cabin has one bedroom with a Queen bed, full bath with an old 1948 clawfoot tub, shower and washer and dryer. The kitchen/dining area lacks nothing and seats 4 if needed. The living area has a futon, loveseat, recliner and large screen tv.
The front porch overlooking the pond has numerous rockers and the back deck is covered and has a table and chairs. There is a Campfire area and picnic table next to the creek. The Kitchen is fully stocked. All linens are provided.
You have all the privacy and seclusion you could ask for here, but you still have TV, wifi, and phone.
There is a charcoal and a gas grill.
Remember you are in the woods.
The occasional mouse, bear, bobcat, coyote, otter, boar, snake, is possible.
This cabin is rustic and secluded. This cabin is not recommended for small children.
If you're used to a 5 star Marriott or plush surroundings and malls, this may not be for you.