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Five Old-Fashioned Log Cabins

Choose from five vacation cabin rentals, constructed of hand-hewn logs in the style of the Smokies' 19th century settlers.

Cataloochee Camping Cabin

Circa 1886. A sleeping cabin, restored in 1990. There is no cooking or open fire allowed in this cabin because of its antiquity. Sleeps 4.

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Mountain Laurel & Ash Berry Cabins

These old-fashioned log cabin bunkhouses have a queen size bed in the lower area with full and twin mattresses in the loft. Each sleeps 5.

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Sharptop Cabin

Built from locally grown pine trees, this cabin is plenty old-fashioned, with a flagstone floor in the central "keeping room." Sleeps 5.

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Tuckaseigee Cabin

Circa 1920. This old-timey, two-room cabin was discovered right here in Bryson City. Max. occupancy 7.

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Deep Creek Tube Center & Campground
Lila and Terry Floyd, Hosts
PO Box 1399
1040 West Deep Creek Rd.
Bryson City, NC 28713


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