EASY TO GET TO... HARD TO FORGET
FEATURED IN SOUTHERN LIVING, SOUTHERN LIVING
BEST WEEKEND GETAWAYS, BLUE RIDGE
COUNTRY, OUR STATE MAGAZINE, AAA HOME
AND AWAY, LOG HOME DESIGN IDEAS
MAGAZINE, AND THE MOVIE "ROAD TO
NOWHERE" FILMED IN 2009.
DAN AND BETSY WERE INTERVIEWED ON UNC TV PROGRAM "NC PEOPLE" WITH WILLIAM FRIDAY ON SEPT. 2011.
Boyd Mountain Cabins :: Vacation Rentals
445 Boyd Farm Road, Waynesville, NC 28785
This two story authentic log cabin from Cosby, Tennessee was originally part of the Cosby Cabin. It was restored in Maggie Valley into a one bedroom cabin in 1997. The cabin has 2 bedroom/ 2 bath (1 Queen upstairs w/bath, 1 queen & 1 twin downstairs w/bath) and will accommodate five people and has central heat & air conditioning. It is a perfect honeymoon retreat. The downstairs log interior has a kitchen, dining and living area with a fireplace built with rock off of Boyd Mountain. Enjoy the front porch with rockers and a checkers table, or the private back deck among the Fraser Fir Christmas trees. Enjoy an outdoor firepit for your use. Wireless internet access available.
The little Cosby Cabin was originally located in Cosby, Tennessee near Gatlinburg in the Great Smoky Mountains. The cabin was attached with a dog trot to another cabin we erected, the Cosby Cabin. The Little Cosby Cabin was built first in the early 1800's with heart of pine hewn logs. The fireplace and logs were chinked with red clay. We have left evidence of newspaper used for insulation and a few traces of "white wash" for a lighter effect. Little Cosby and Cosby were taken down by Dan and his son David Boyd. The cabin was erected on Boyd Mountain in the Summer of 1997. The fireplace was rebuilt with rock from Boyd Mountain, the original floor joists were used for ceiling and porch beams, the tobacco sticks on the railing and steps were originally hand split of pine by Dan's father.