We have been staying with Robin at Lands Creek Log Cabins for many years and once again they didn’t disappoint! Everyone is always so friendly and accommodating and the accommodations are outstanding. Peaceful, amazing views and first class cabins. We go for the great motorcycle riding in the area and nobody has ever provided as nice of accommodations and been as welcoming as Robin, his family and staff. It’s why we come back again and again! Thank you Robin and see you in a few months!
Love love LandsCreek! Not only are the cabins so clean, beautiful, stocked with anything you need the owners are so accommodating, friendly and just good people! We have been coming for years and the only issue we ever have is trying to get more time off to come back. Seriously, we would come at least once a month if we could. Joe & Robin, thank you for creating and sharing your little piece of heaven on earth ❤️❤️❤️
The house is beautiful and full of amenities. The owners were accommodating and even let us feed their chickens. Very clean and well kept. They had firewood already stacked for use and a hot tub ready to go. I would definently stay there again.
We've spent the last 3 years searching for the right mountain cabin to escape coastal beach life to. Hummingbird was the perfect getaway spot because it ended up being right in the middle of a huge natural playground, The smokies and the Blue Ridge mountains on either side made for easy destination picking. Less than 1 hour from Fontana Dam, it's a beautiful drive through sparse mountain wilderness to the dam, and it quite the amazing place as well as the look outs along hwy 28 on the way. From there 45 more minutes gets you to the Tail of the Dragon, which is a stretch of rt. 129 that starts right at the tennessee boarder and has 318 curves over 11 miles. Photographers along the route make your family sedan look like a magazine commerical😁 and you can buy photos from the websites to prove it. If you keep going, you'll get to the tennessee foothills Parkway, which is quite the ride, photos attached. Not as high as the BRP, but equally as visually stunning and that takes you almost back to pigeon forge and gatlinburg. We got lunch in pigeon forge at smokies cuban restaurant. Excellent cuban. Go get a cafe. From Gatlinburg, if you're still into high mountain driving, take 441 straight over the smokies across newfound gap and back into Cherokee, Nc. If you do take this loop, It will take all day, but you won't ever forget this drive and bring snacks. It's also a 15 minute drive from the southern entrance to the Blue Ridge Parkway, where it's about 100 miles of the highest stretches of the parkway and some of the most amazing views on the planet, to get to Asheville, where mount mitchell sits on the north side of, and is also quite the experience to go to the summit. Watch out for mountain turkeys. We spent most of the time driving and exploring but that's how we find these places. You have to get lost to be found. The cabin, being the main stay was, right in the middle of this natural landscape. The hot tub was perfect for relaxing at the end of the day, and the out door fireplace was a favorite spot to sit and keep warm, after all it was March. Mr. Joe was super Hospitable, gave us a full walk through on arrival and made sure we knew the ins and outs of hanging with the chickens and the rabbits near by the cabin. If it hadn't rained as much, we may have been able to go hang with them a little more. He also made sure we had everything to make it a home away from home. Hummingbird will be a return trip for sure and probably some of the other cabins will get a visit from us for sure.…
Recently stayed at the Hummingbird Loft and had an excellent experience. Place was very comfortable and super clean. This location has all the amenities needed and the outdoor fireplace and hot tub were great for the cold evenings. The views are great and owners Joe and Lisa were super friendly and available for anything that arises.