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Property Address: 2452 Sam Dills Rd Whittier, NC 28789
From Asheville Interstate 40 West and take Exit 27 US-74 W towards US-19, US-23 towards Cherokee. Continue on US-74 W past Waynesville, Sylva, and Dillsboro. Take Exit 72(Whittier) and drive .3 miles taking the first left onto Depot St. (Post Office on the Corner). Drive across the railroad tracks to the end of the road(800ft) and take a left. Drive .3 miles and take a right onto Old Bryson Rd. Take the first left onto Conley's Creek Rd. Drive 1.6 miles and take a right onto Sam Dills Rd. Continue on Sam Dills Rd .7 miles taking a right at the split. Continue on the gravel road 1 mile through the mini farm to the gate. Continue up the hill to the three way split. Take the middle paved road through the gates. Follow the signs for the Hive Lodge and the Ol' Gun Range cabin.
Bed linens are provided for each bed at the cabin. We provide the proper amount of towels, wash cloths, bed linens, blankets, and two pillows per queen/king bed. Please place used bath towels and wash cloths in the laundry baskets. Please do not wash the linens, that is a service we provide for our guests. Please note there are no extra blankets or linens at the cabin for sanitary and logistical reasons upon departure.
Weather in the mountains can change drastically. This means thunderstorms in the Summer months and the possibility of snow in the winter months. Certain times of the year, mainly, January through March, there will always be the threat of snow. However, most of the time it’s only flurries and/or nothing actually occurs due to our warmer climate. Please keep in mind many guests book with the hopes of seeing snow or would love the opportunity to get “snowed in” and since that can certainly happen for a day or two guests should be prepared for such events when inclement weather arises. No refunds will be given due to power blackouts, water shortage or temporary outages, snow, construction at adjacent properties, or mandatory evacuations of the area by county officials due to hurricanes or other potentially dangerous situations arising from acts of god or nature. We will hold funds for a future stay with us and/or look at cancellations on a case by case basis. At the time this was written we have never had to cancel a reservation for snow or inclement weather in several years.