We are a small, family-run bed & breakfast-style rustic mountain retreat, designed in the spirit of the great lodges of older times and ancient places, nestled deep in the mountains of Southern Appalachia along the North Carolina/Tennessee border.
The lodge itself is constructed of mostly local materials, many of which were reclaimed from old cabins and barns around the region. Every part of the building tells a story: the passing age of tobacco in barn poles and hand-rived stakes, restored windows and doors from a local school, and flooring and siding harvested from our own land.
We offer three cozy rooms within the lodge. Each room is uniquely different in its interior design and layout, and each has its own private bathroom and porch. Two of the rooms, Kana’ti and Selu, also boast a private exterior access, while the third room, Tlanuwa, is accessible from the lodge’s main room.