COVID-19 Information for Travelers
May 12 UPDATE
It is time to refresh your soul in beautiful western North Carolina. What a treat it will be to take a vacation after being cooped up behind four walls. Wrap yourself up in the peace and tranquility the Blue Ridge Mountains have to offer. Get outside and enjoy nature whether it be canoeing, biking, fishing, or hiking with the mountains as a backdrop. Our exquisite local restaurants offer take-out and delivery, so why not picnic by a waterfall? Wildflowers are blooming along the trails ready to be photographed. Take advantage of all that these mountains have to offer.
Under North Carolina’s Phase I re-opening guidelines, we can now host western North Carolina residents who live in towns and cities with 828 area code during the month of May. We welcome guests and assure you we are taking steps to provide for you a safe and responsible stay, while asking that you respectfully adhere to social distancing and sanitation practices as you visit our property and this beautiful region.
Reservations may be made by telephone only. Give us a call at 828-645-9661 to reserve your cottage or log cabin.
We are also accepting reservations for June and beyond and they may be reserved online. Please be aware that we cannot guarantee the County will move to Phase 2 before June 1. More information will be provided to us on May 22 when Phase 1 is set to expire. If we cannot honor your reservation, we encourage you to pick another date for travel. We are offering a 20% discount for rebooking and waiving cancellation fees. We will notify you if we are not able to honor your reservation.
Our housekeeping staff is cleaning and disinfecting according to County & CDC guidelines. All employees will wear face masks. Guests will be asked COVID-19 screening questions at time of reservation and when you check-in at the office. Guests are required to wear face masks to enter the office.
Housekeeping will be provided on a limited basis, such as a request for clean towels, removal of trash or a need for extra toiletries. Housekeepers are not allowed to enter a cottage or cabin until the guest checks out.
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