Indian Rock Lake CabinHOT DEAL!!!! $99@ night, no free nights or discounts, cabin is a treasure!! 3 Flat Screen TVS, DSL Internet, Hammock, Hot Tub, Outside Fire Pit!!
30 second walk to deck on pond private. Memories are made Here!! Fun, Relax!!
Beds: 1 King, 1 Queen, 1 Queen Sleeper Sofa
View: Wooded with a 30 second walk to Pond
$200.00*Rates are based on 4 Persons, $10 each additional person plus 10% lodging tax and cleaning fee.
Indian Rock Lake Cabin Description
Indian Rock Lake Cabin
Brand new, cozy, two bedroom (double master), luxury cabin, built in 2010 nestled in the woods beside a cute covered bridge on Indian Rock Lake. A short path meanders through the woods to a private dock with table and chairs overlooking Indian Rock Lake, one of several stocked private lakes in Sisson's Cherrylog Mountain development, perfect for sitting and enjoying the view or tossing out a bobber. Relax in a smoke free, pet free environment as you delight in an over sized master bedroom with a 5 ft walk in shower, double sinks, a private sliding door to the upper deck and the leather recliner that awaits your morning tea or coffee.
Indian Rock Lake Cabin is located on Benton Mac Kaye hiking trail, a connector trail to the Appalachian Trail, so bring your hiking boots. On rainy days there's games, books or DVDs to watch. This is a beautifully decorated cabin featuring custom made black walnut furniture by Ohio craftsman Harry Meyer. A fully stocked stainless steel kitchen with dual burner stove and vented range hood will bring a smile to the gourmet cook.
The owner has both bamboo and graphite fly rods that already know the Toccoa River trout and are waiting for you to take them out for the day. Feel free to use the flies. Stop by the folks just up the road in Blue Ridge at Unicoi Outfitters for information and maps, a guide or fishing license if you need it, and get a few replacement flies for the ones you may leave behind so the next person will have as good a day as you have.
Some may find the end of the day the best of all as they watch the sun drop behind the mountains from one of the many rockers on the upper deck overlooking Indian Rock Lake. Or perhaps your day ends down at the fire pit around the campfire in the evening telling stories of your adventures, or is it in the covered hot tub with a glass of wine? No matter what, crawling into bed and enjoying the luxury of deluxe 400 count sheets will be the perfect end to the perfect day an Indian Rock Lake Cabin.
Full Kitchen with new appliances
Dishwasher, microwave etc.
Dining Room with handcrafted black walnut table, seats six easily
Living Room with local stone gas fireplace (gas is on from Nov-May)
Flat screen TV w/DVD blue-ray
Phone for local calls
High Speed DSL Internet
Queen-size sofa bed
Black walnut slab coffee table
Entry to the back covered deck
MASTER BEDROOM 1
King-size bed with luxury sheets
Full bath with tub/shower Flat screen TV
MASTER BEDROOM 2
Queen bed with 400 count sheets
Sitting area for morning coffee
Sliding door to back deck
Private full bath with walk-in shower and double sinks
Flat screen TV
Covered Hot Tub w/privacy screens and ceiling lights
Sitting area w/tables and chairs
Stairs leading to the fire pit, lake and an inviting hammock in the back yard.
4 burner gas grill w/ extra tank
Ceiling Fans in all rooms
Short walk on wooded path to private dock on Indian Rock Lake
Fire pit with seating logs
Easy walk to lake along road through a covered bridge
Public fishing lake (one of many)
On Benton MacKaye hiking trail
Central Air and Heating
Full sized washer and dryer
What To Bring
Fishing (flyrods, flies & net are waiting at the cabin)
Hiking on the Benton MacKaye Trail, a connector trail to the Appalachian Trial which begins at nearby Amicalola Falls. Fly fishing available nearby in The Toccoa River and Ocoee Rivers, Noontoola Creek ( many other delightful streams). Blue Ridge Scenic Railroad Quaint shops just minutes away in Blue Ridge and Ellijay Blue Ridge Community Theater Mercier Orchards Near the Amicalola Falls (highest waterfall east of the Mississippi) Tubing, rafting and kayaking on the Toccoa and Ocoee Indian Rock is located just across the road from our driveway. A unique geological feature for our area, this freestanding, upthrust rock marks a location where the early European settlers and the local Cherokee Indians would meet for trade in the early days of the settling of Gilmer county.