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I came here with my 8 and 6 year old sons. We had gone on the kids zip course earlier in the day and then tubing the next day. The view from the gorge view yurt was incredible. It was very comfortable, novel, and clean....More
The yurt was a really fun and different way to stay in this mountainous part o North Carolina. We had a great time and a nice location. Amenities were as advertised. We were theere the night of 5 July with no air conditioning and did...More
My family of four stayed two nights at the Yurt village. I had read about this place in Our State magazine and was intrigued to give it a try. The area is beautiful and the yurt village quaint. We booked the waterfall yurt, and, while...More
Stayed here with my husband David as part of birthday weekend trip. Always wanted to stay in a yurt. When we arrived evening of October 27 lights we on. Very welcoming. We unpacked our things to the yurt and became familiar with the site. Great...More
My son and I have periodically returned to the Falling Waters Yurts in Nantahala now for over ten years, and we are always so glad to be there, and sad to leave! It is quiet and peaceful and well maintained. We really feel "away", but...More
Response from Jennifer B | Reviewed this property |
Well, the pond is tiny, and I don't think it's suitable for fishing. You could probably take the trail down to the lake and do some fishing from there. You could probably also find good fishing spots close by in the area... More
Well, the pond is tiny, and I don't think it's suitable for fishing. You could probably take the trail down to the lake and do some fishing from there. You could probably also find good fishing spots close by in the area. Have fun!