Lorelai’s Lair is our home away from home in the Great Smoky Mountains; we hope that you will enjoy it and it becomes your favorite of cabin rentals.
The cabin is located at the end of the lane and is very private. The front porch welcomes you with wooden rockers and a hammock. The back porch has a 4 person hot tub, that will soothe whatever ails you. Enjoy a cup of coffee at the Bar table or take a stroll through the woods. Careful don't scare the deer!!
The Lair sits between three states in the NC Mountains, just a stone's throw to Hayesville, Brasstown, but close to Murphy and Hiawassee, GA. We are close to the GA Mountain Fair, John Campbell Folk School, Lake Chatuge, Fontana Dam, and great trout fishing in creeks (don’t forget to get a license!).
Boat rental, kayaking, canoeing, and hiking are among the many activities available in the area. A cinema, antiques, and hometown charm can be found in neighboring towns.
This 2 bedroom, 1½ bath, will sleep 4-5 people. Wake up to roosters and whippoorwills and other wildlife in the area. Your pooch is welcome too, but please no cats the owner is allergic!!! The yard is partially fenced so walking the dog is a breeze as the back porch leads to the fenced in area, or walk around the small neighborhood and enjoy the mountain scenery and sounds.
The home has an open floor plan with the 2nd bedroom and ½ bath in the loft. This comfy cottage is located on over 3 acres, has hardwood floors, and has a wood burning fireplace for those cool romantic nights, plus there’s plenty of firewood on site.
Snuggle up on the sofa and watch the 39" flat screen HD TV or a movie on the VCR. It's easy to rock your cares away with a glass of wine and a good book. A hammock is provided for relaxation and there is bird food is provided for feeding the birds, if you so desire.
AVAILABLE LABOR DAY!!!
Mention S'mores and get $50.00 off your stay!
The beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains surround the Lair!!!
The Cabin Outdoor Fireplace is waiting for the Graham Crackers, Hershey Bars, and marshmallows.