Nantahala River Lodge was featured in the New York Times! Escapes, Great Homes and Destinations section.
Awesome riverfront location built of barnwood and stone centrally located in the heart of the southern Appalachian mountains. Easy access to incredible fishing. Breathe in the fresh air and take in the postcard scenery for a most memorable time at the Nantahala River Lodge. The Lodge is cradled between majestic mountains in the Nantahala National Forest. Fishermen and families create unforgettable experiences in and around the Nantahala River. Fish hard all day and come home to the comfort and luxury the Nantahala River Lodge offers.
The Nantahala River Lodge Featuring reclaimed wood from retired North Carolina cabins and barns plus use of native stone, the Nantahala River Lodge reflects artistry at the hands of local stonemasons and craftsmen. Every detail of the Nantahala River Lodge has been designed with your comfort in mind from quality linens to unique handcrafted furnishings. For those who cannot live without the "outside world", we offer HD television with satellite service and DVR, CD and DVD Players with surround sound and a cozy desk.
But...if you plan to enjoy nature at its finest then relax on the deck or in our riverside chairs as you gaze into clear mountain water as it rushes over ancient stones. Step into the cool water of the Nantahala River for hours of fishing for trout or loads of water fun! Walk to the Nantahala River Launch Site where class III and IV whitewater rafting begins or hike the Bartram Trail. Nearby are bicycle trails ranging from easy to challenging for every bike enthusiast. Or, simply walk the river's edge or along mountain paths and enjoy nature's beauty at its finest. If you're looking for a place you'll want to return to year after year to fill your scrapbook full of wonderful memories, then look no further than the Nantahala River Lodge.
Area lakes, horseback riding, hiking, gem mines, mountain biking, whitewater rafting and great restaurants are within minutes of the Nantahala River Lodge. The Nantahala River Lodge is a mountain destination made for memories to cherish. Hmmmmmm, can you hear the river yet?
Nantahala River Lodge offers an outstanding location, privacy, luxury accommodations, world class fishing, fly fishing guide service, instruction and so much more.
Browse our website, check your calendar and secure the most wonderful time you can imagine at the Nantahala River Lodge.
|Zip Code: 28781|
|Nearest Airport||Cherokee County Municipal Airport||10 miles|
|Nearest Bar||Cork & Bean||20 miles|
|Nearest Beach||Cheoah Point Lake Santeetlah||25 miles|
|Nearest Golf||Cherokee Hills Country Club||30 miles|
|Nearest Restaurant||Rivers Edge Restaurant||8 miles|
|Nearest Route/Highway||Smoky Mountain Expressway||12 miles|
|Nearest Ski||Maggie Valley||30 miles|
|Nearest Train Station||Great Smokie Mountain Railway||20 miles|
Year Round Access. Within walking distance of the Nantahala River Launch site, the Bartram Trail and a paved pathway that winds along the Nantahala River. Area lakes and waterfalls only minutes from the cabin. Fishing guide service and instruction available. Near Bryson City.
We custom designed and built our Nantahala River Lodge with reclaimed wood and stones from our family’s North Carolina farm. We furnished our home with handcrafted furniture and transformed family heirlooms into art. Every detail was carefully considered as we blended our family history into the creation of the Nantahala River Lodge. There is no other property like it in the area. Generator backup is provided.
1400' of riverfront property, campfire & picnic area, hammock by the river, fenced property and so much more! Firewood provided! The Nantahala Outdoor Center offers our guests a 10% rafting discount. Discount vouchers to the Biltmore Estate are provided.
|-||Nightly rate||Weekly rate||Monthly rate||Min. Stay||Change-over|
|Rate summary||$350 - $439||$2,275 - $2,497||-||2 Nights||-|
|September to October Sep 03 2020 - Oct 31 2020||$412||-||-||-||3 Nights||-|
|November Nov 01 2020 - Nov 23 2020||$385||-||$2,497||-||2 Nights||-|
|Thanksgiving Nov 24 2020 - Nov 30 2020||$439||$439||-||-||4 Nights||-|
|December Dec 01 2020 - Dec 18 2020||$385||-||-||-||2 Nights||-|
|Christmas/New Year Dec 19 2020 - Jan 03 2021||$439||$439||-||-||4 Nights||-|
|January & February Jan 04 2021 - Feb 28 2021||$357||-||$2,305||-||2 Nights||-|
|March, April & May Mar 01 2021 - May 28 2021||$350||$375||$2,275||-||3 Nights||-|
|Memorial Day May 29 2021 - Jun 04 2021||$439||-||-||-||4 Nights||-|
|Jun to August Jun 05 2021 - Aug 27 2021||$412||-||-||-||3 Nights||-|
|Pet Fee||Optional / Seasonal||$100||One time|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||Required||$500||One time|
|Sales & Lodging Tax||Required||.0975%||One time|
|Tax Rate||Required||9.75%||One time|
Beautiful property! Everything was immaculate and the details the owners included simplified our packing/preparation. We loved exploring the area and sharing time on the deck, sipping wine by the river and roasting marshmallows over the campfire. Thank you!
Stayed June, 2016
Amazing!! The cabin was fantastic ~ owners are the best! Our weather was great ~ only rained when we were sleeping. The people in the area are so friendly. We slept so sound. Everyone had a blast ~ from the grandparents to the kids :)
Stayed June, 2016
Toddler to grandparent had a great time and enjoyed every minute!
Stayed March, 2016
I was seeking a quite place of solitude in which to ride out the chaotic and maddening expectation that has become the Yuletide season; to hide from people and find some peace with the Fam. After much online searching, I came across the Nantahal River Lodge. I joke sometimes that I feel like running deep into the woods, digging a hole, and hiding out... This place came pretty close to fulfilling that dream. The location is pretty isolated in a gorge. There is a cabin across the street, but it is situated off the road enough, you will not notice them. The property is gorgeous, well kept, and fenced. Plenty of firewood available should you like to build a fire in the outdoor pit or in the spectacular fireplace inside. Sadly for us, the weather was warm and rainy. So no fires for us. Boo. The rumbling waters of the river are a spiritual balm to the soul. I slept with the bedroom window open every night cozied up in flannel bedsheets. The cabin itself is amazing. Very clean inside and out. Architecturally speaking, it is delightful. Comfortable and modern without sacrificing the rustic feel one is seeking when venturing deep in the woods. Linen quality is high. Appliances and electronics are new and high quality. (Yes, you need to bring food and cook as going out to eat is no short drive.) The cabin was completely decorated for Christmas inside and out, which I was not expecting. It was such a boost to the mood after driving for hours in the rain and arriving in the dark to open the door and find a large and beautiful live Christmas tree. It was perfection. I wish I could comment on the fishing. However, it rained everyday creating a river much too rough for any success. There is a trailhead just before the power plant for The Bartram Trail. We enjoyed a short trek on it during a brief break in the rain. If you like leisurely walking up hills, it's well kept and an easy climb. The only issue we encountered during our stay... No WiFi. We knew this beforehand. However. The rain. Did I mention it rained. Every. Day. So with limited outdoor activities and no WiFi, we struggled a little. Luckily board games and books are plentiful. We managed and I would go back rain or shine inspite of no WiFi. Also, no cell service inside the cabin. Found spotty 3G signal by the fire pit. Thank you for sharing your treasure! I miss it everyday! AND...Thank you for graciously mailing a forgotten and beloved pillow!
Stayed December, 2015
Absolutely Amazing! Over the years, we have spent wonderful vacations in a lot of nice homes found on VRBO, but The Nantahala River Lodge, has forever spoiled us! From the time I read the family's connection with the area and how Annette and Micky preserved the wood from the old cabin, belonging to his grandparents, I was intrigued and touched. The reclaimed wood used in the new home is simply gorgeous. Micky and Annette have created a riverside retreat that is so inviting, relaxing, such a perfect peaceful place to rest, and to make wonderful family memories. Grounds surrounding the lodge are majestic. We didn't want to leave. Thank you again for allowing us to enjoy your amazing home! We truly felt welcome from the moment we arrived. God bless!
Stayed December, 2015