We took a road trip to NC & stayed in the yurts! It was fun...& different. We went in August & during the day with the heat beating onto the yurt all day, we couldn't even stay inside for more than a few minutes. We found plenty of fun stuff to do in the area. They cool off well at night. Comfy bed & futon inside. Cute. We read that in the colder months the people freeze at night. So going in a perfect temp month (whenever that may be!) would be best. We stayed in the gorge view yurt & it is a hike from the bathrooms. Not really an issue if you don't mind doing numerous stairs & don't have to use the washroom numerous times in the middle of the night!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Glamping at its best, luxurious camping in a wooded setting. Eight Yurt Cabins furnished with queen beds and futons, all linens, mini-refrigerators, coffee makers, charcoal grills, ceiling fans, and wrap-around decks. Featured in National Geographic Adventure, Good Morning America, Atlanta Journal Constitution. Shared but private bathrooms, rafting and zipline canopy tour packages, area hiking, boating, horseback riding, motorcycling and more activities available. Group Lodge available for groups up to 44; bunk bed style with shower in each room. Private Group Campsite available with raised tent platforms, kitchen, charcoal grill, fire ring, covered porch, men's and women's bathrooms. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Falling Waters Adventure Hotel Bryson City