Here Is The Coziest Cottage Tiny House You'll Ever See

Here Is The Coziest Cottage Tiny House You’ll Ever See


Take a look inside this charming small cottage plan located in Whittier, North Carolina, United States. The cozy cottage can accommodate up to 2 guests in this vacation studio with 1 bed, and 1 bath. Here Is The Coziest Cottage Tiny House You’ll Ever See  This is the perfect romantic creekside cottage, great for a couples getaway. The small cottage plan is newly remodeled. During your vacation stay, you can relax on the covered back porch and enjoy the sound of the babbling creek. Conveniently located to lots of activities such as hiking, rafting, shopping, and local breweries. The vacation home is just 8.8 miles from the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 3.7 miles to Cherokee, and 8.5 miles to Bryson City. The cottage has a fully stocked kitchen, a Keurig coffee maker, and coffee, cream, and sugar provided. The vacation rental has a Smart tv and wifi.

 The Coziest Cottage Tiny House


The small cottage plan is located in a great neighborhood. You can’t see other houses from the property but it sits below the main road, and highway noise is minimal. You can hear the creek from inside the cottage if you leave a window open (weather permitting). The cottage has a nice covered back porch with a day bed to relax by the creek and take a nap if you like. You have access to all the property.

The vacation rental is located in Whittier, in the west of North Carolina. Whittier is a quaint village with a lot of outdoor attractions for locals and adventurers. Founded in 1881 by Clark Whittier, the town, unfortunately, faced an industrial decline during the Great Depression. However, in recent years, Whittier has made a comeback with a rise in tourism and unique attractions. Whittier is one of the hidden gems of North Carolina. Whittier, North Carolina. Nice neighborhood. Relaxing and quiet. Tucked away but close to everything. There is great hiking, rafting, trout fishing, and sightseeing in our area. There’s a great place to watch elk that’s only eight miles from the cottage. The following are some of the things you can do during your stay.

Mountain Farm Museum and Mingus Mill. Take a trip back through time at the Mountain Farm Museum. Located less than 20 minutes from Whittier, this collection of historic log buildings were gathered from materials throughout the Smoky Mountains to be preserved on a single site. Visitors can explore a log house, barn, apple house, and smokehouse. The structures are from the late 19th century and this is one of the last remaining homes built from American chestnut.

Mingo Falls. A short distance from Whittier, Mingo Falls is one of the many surprises amidst the Smoky Mountains. The falls are over 120 feet tall, making Mingo Falls one of the tallest and most spectacular waterfalls in the southern Appalachians. The hike to the falls is less than 1-half a mile, but it can get a little bit tricky at points, especially after it’s been raining. Mingo Falls is a picturesque, one-of-a-kind waterfall that will impress anyone new to the power of the Smoky Mountains.

Old West Wagon Trains. These old-timey wagons are designed after the wagon trains used to transport goods and people in the 18th and 19th centuries. This staple of American history is now pulled behind lawnmowers, providing rides to families daily through the Smoky Mountains.


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