There is so much to love about this Franklin, North Carolina, United States tiny home that can accommodate up to 4 guests with 1 bedroom, 2 beds, and 1 bath. The tiny home has a new jacuzzi. If you’ve ever wanted to stay in a tiny home this is your chance to opt for a peaceful vacation stay on top of a mountain ridge, where you relax by the fire in the jacuzzi or rest in the hammocks. During the day you can explore nature by taking a hike. The tiny home is just one hour from Asheville and half an hour to 45 minutes to Bryson City, Cherokee, Maggie Valley, Cashiers, and Highlands.
During your vacation stay you can go white water rafting, zip line, or take a train ride from Nantahala. Relax in the rocking chairs watching the hummingbirds. Laugh at the fire pit with friends, take a nap in the hammock and chill on the deck and have some yummy food cooked on the grill. During your stay, you’ll have full access to the tiny home and property. The tiny home is on a mountain where there is the internet which is limited and not always reliable.
The tiny home is located in Franklin, North Carolina, United States. This is a brand new place and rental. The tiny home is a peaceful, relaxing getaway and is yet close enough to explore. Thousands of years ago the movement of glaciers and ancient rivers left a rich deposit of precious gemstones buried in the soil around Franklin. Today people come from near and far to visit the gem mining capital of the world and get their ruby, sapphire, or other precious stone to take home. There are at least 4 gem mining operations in the area which offer visitors the chance to have fun and find a beautiful gemstone. Other activities include visiting a few different museums, catching a concert or show at the Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts, or visiting a couple of local craft breweries. Outdoor enthusiasts can pull on their hiking boots and hit the Bartram Trail or take a less strenuous walk along the Little Tennessee River Greenway.
Wayah Bald Outlook Tower, Franklin, North Carolina. Located in the Nantahala National Forest, the Wayah Bald Outlook Tower is a must-visit attraction for all nature lovers. The lookout point is reached via a short hike from the summit parking area. Here you can climb up to the top of a 1937 stone fire tower built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, which offers sweeping views of the surrounding landscape. On a clear day, you should be able to see the Great Smokey Mountains in Tennessee to the north and the rolling hills of Georgia to the south. Cherokee Ruby and Sapphire Mine, Franklin, North Carolina. The Cherokee Ruby and Sapphire Mine boasts natural mineral-bearing deposits left behind by the movements of ancient glaciers and rivers. The mine offers visitors the chance to spend some fun time searching for their very own hoard of precious stones.