Mountains and Beach,
Where You Should Be

Our love affair with the Blue Ridge Mountains began on our honeymoon in 1982. On a return trip for our 25th anniversary, we decided to move to the mountains. After living here in North GA for over 16 years, we can’t think of anywhere else we would like to live. We live 3-12 miles from our cabins, so we’re just around the corner if you need us.

Our cabins in the Blue Ridge area are all 2-bedroom cabins, great for a quick getaway and base for your mountain adventures.  When we purchased our Gulf Shores home, we wanted something larger, (4 bedroom) that was very close to the beach, no traffic or crowds, and could also fit larger groups or families.  When you and other guests aren’t staying in our beach house, we sneak down for a few days of Fun and Sun ourselves.

Where do people who live in the mountains go for vacation? The beach of course! We’re living in paradise, but sometimes we want a little change of scenery. That’s why we purchased a new vacation home in Gulf Shores, AL.

The people here in Blue Ridge and Gulf Shores are kind, open and welcoming to us, and they will be for you too!

Our Properties





You must be at least 25 to rent our homes.

Your dogs (up to two pets) are welcome  to stay in our cabins (sorry, pets are not allowed in our beach house at this time).  We don’t charge a pet fee .

Pets are not allowed on the furniture nor in the hot tub.

We ask that you clean up any waste in the yard and any excess hair.

To receive a full refund, guests must cancel at least 30 days before check-in

If you cancel between 7 and 30 days before check-in, We’ll refund 50% for all nights

If you cancel less than 7 days before check-in, no refund is given.

You can also receive a full refund if you cancel within 48 hours of booking, if the cancellation occurs at least 14 days before check-in.

If you must cancel shortly before your arrival date, we’ll try to re-rent the nights of your stay.  If we can re-rent the nights, we’ll refund you the nightly rate equal to the nightly rate for the re-rented nights.

We drain, clean and refill the hot tub between every guest stay.  You can be assured that the hot tub is clean and sanitary for your enjoyment.

Check in is at 4:00 PM and Check out is at 11:00 AM.

Many times, guests may be checking out or our home, the same day that you are planning to arrive.  We’ll need to clean and sanitize it for your arrival at 4:00.  We never know until  guests leave what condition they’ll leave it in.  If the cabin is clean and ready, we’ll let you check in earlier than 4:00.

If guests are scheduled to check in the same day as you are scheduled to depart, we won’t be allowed to let you check out later.  We’ll try to accommodate your request for a late checkout, but our housekeeping schedules are made several days in advance so it may not be possible at times to let you check out later than 11:00.

Are they steep and have drop-offs?

The roads to our cabins are paved except the last short pieceis a gravel road.  The gravel road is fairly flat and you won’t have any problems with it.

We will be sending you driving directions and your door code 7 days prior to your arrival (if your arrival is less that 7 days, we will be sending it to you shortly after your reservation is made).  The directions will have turn-by-turn directions and also the door code for your stay.

We have electronic door locks on the doors, and we’ll send you your door code included in your driving directions.  We won’t be meeting you at your home, when you arrive you can let yourself into the home.

We live 3-12 miles from our cabins in North Georgia.  If you call us, we’ll try to quickly address your concerns.  If you are staying in our beach home, we have a competent staff of contractors who can come and address your concerns.

All of our cabins have gas-fireplaces inside the cabin.  Typically, they are functional October – April only.  If the pilot light is accidentally turned off, you will find the directions for re-lighting the fireplace in the cabin book.  All the fireplaces are turned off during the warmer months (when the a/c is running).  The fireplaces put out too much heat in the warm months and the a/c cannot keep up with the excess heat.