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The Smoky Mountains, in the southern Appalachian chain of mountains, provide a dramatic backdrop for all types of nearby activities.
In addition to the variety of water sports available on Lake Glenville, the Cashiers NC region boasts world-class golf courses, outdoor tennis facilities, antique and mountain craft shopping, a system of well-maintained trails for hiking, white water and river rafting, biking, horseback riding, kayaking, fly fishing, canoeing and exploring lightly populated North Carolina mountain lanes. Our Cashiers NC Smoky Mountain cabin is the ideal vacation destination, near enough for a quick weekend getaway or romantic escape and secluded enough to feel that you've gotten away.
The surrounding villages of Cashiers, Highlands, Dillsboro, Brevard and Waynesville offer restaurants, art galleries, music and theater, shopping and local crafts.


The convenient location makes Lakeside Cottage on Lake Glenville the ideal choice for a family vacation. Or from NC 107 and Tilley Creek Rd (SR 1001) south of Sylva, set out to the southwest 6.6 miles on SR 1001 through Speedwell to the Jackson-Macon County line. To insure that you can take advantage of the many services and activities that Lake Glenville and the Cashiers North Carolina area has to offer, we encourage you to use our E-concierge maps to make arrangements in advance for activities such as boat rentals, golf, horse-back riding, rafting, fishing, dining reservations and more when staying at the vacation rental.
Visitors coming from Toxaway and other points east should start at US 64 and 281 and head south 8.6 miles to the Whitewater Falls parking area.






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