Cabins & Cottages

Christmas Tree Cabins


Hand crafted cabin on small Christmas tree farm sitting on a knoll with an 80 year old red barn and mountain views from every window.
A hand-crafted cabin in the middle of a Christmas tree farm. This brand-new vacation rental was built with you in mind and sits on a knoll with an 80-year-old red barn and mountain views from every window. You are five minutes to Maggie Valley, ten minutes to Waynesville, and thirty minutes to Asheville, NC.

You will find yourself close to the Smoky Mountain National Park, Cataloochee for horse-back riding, snow skiing and elk watching. We built the cabin of 576 square feet, from the ground up with you, our guest in mind. A rustic old-style home with modern convenience. The style uses old barn wood, popular tree bark, rusty metal and 100-year-old tobacco sticks on the deck. We used 5 panel doors from the 1920s and finished the floors with hickory and oak hardwoods.

Many of these items we collected over years and held in our barn just in case… and they are perfect for this guest cabin. The ceiling is tongue and groove with exposed beams. And the accent walls are barnwood. The layout has a private bedroom with the bathroom inside. There is a sleeper sofa in the living area to sleep two additional guests. You have a private drive and parking is to the side for easy access even in the winter. Around the cabin you have some gorgeous views of the North Carolina mountains. You can enjoy some outside time on your private deck. Or if you choose to stay inside and relax, there is a wide screen television that offers satellite tv choices. There is cell service. The amenities included are exactly those you will need while visiting.

Here are just a few:

  • complete with bath and bedroom linens
  • coffee maker, cups, etc.
  • basic cooking utensils
  • plates, and other tableware

*amenities are subject to change without notice.

Sleeps 4

Check In: 3PM

Check Out: 11AM


Fireplace in RoomFree BreakfastNon-SmokingOpen Year RoundSleep Capacity 1-4Wi-Fi

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