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"Paddler"
November/December 1998
They are decked out like bed and breakfast-style rooms, with tongue and groove pine floors, wrap-around decks, French doors and skylights....Since Wildwater Ltd., one of 12 rafting outfitters on the Nantahala, operates Falling Waters, the resort is tailor made for paddlers...... Where else can you choose from such a selection of paddling opportunities, and then retire Mongol-style to the comfort of your own yurt?

"Peachtree's Symbol of Southern Lifestyles"
April 1999
The Yurt Phenomenon by Stephanie Boozer
"I wasn't quite sure what to expect when I pulled up late on a chilly autumn afternoon. I was fully prepared to rough it and freeze in my sleeping bag at night or huddle around a campfire- all the standard camping stuff. Pulling up to the village opened my eyes, yurts are cute little things. And what a shock when I crossed the threshold. I expected some basic furniture and camping equipment but instead I found hardwood floors, and Oriental rug, a four poster bed, armoire, futon, mini-fridge and most importantly, a coffeemaker. What a shock. Yurts are for civilized people after all..... The morning views were breathtaking, overlooking a lake and mountains fading into the distance."

"We love your yurts.  We were so comfortable-love the clean bathroom and beautifully decorated yurts.   Especially loved the hot tub and the flannel sheets.  Thanks so much."
Betty and Bo,  Tiger, GA

"Modern yurts are to tents what the Ritz-Carlton is to Motel 6."  
"Yurt amenities, including plump, canopied queen-size beds and Pottery Barn style tables and lamps, are for people who like the idea of camping, but not necessarily the reality...A refrigerator, coffee maker, ceiling fan, space heater, chest of drawers - and don't forget the basket of fresh towels in the corner."
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

"Even cabin fever can't take away from the resplendence of the surrounding landscape.  My yurt overlooks the vast Nantahala Gorge; mist rises from the placid waters of Fontana Lake at the bottom.  Hemlock branches envelop the picnic areas like the arms of evergreen mothers.  A frisky waterfall splashes down the side of the gorge through clumps of hardwoods sure to be dressed in multihued muumuus when dresses this mountain idyll."
The Miami Herald

"My husband and I stayed in the Country yurt this weekend and loved it!  The yurt and the bathrooms are immaculate.  The hot tub is wonderful and just what we needed after along week and the drive up.  We can't wait for you to open next year so we can come back.  Thank you!"
Christina, Duluth, GA

"We are tent campers (we even backpack fairly often), and really enjoy the outdoors, but a soft bed, a ceiling fan, a refrigerator and a hot tub made this "outdoor" stay quite special!  Everything was wonderful, and we enjoyed the unique aspect of being able to feel like we were out in the woods without having to rough it.
Thanks again, for a refreshing idea!
Kristye, Atlanta, GA

Falling Waters Resort
10345 US Hwy. 74 West
Bryson City, NC  28713
Phone:1-800-451-9972
Fax: 864-647-5361
email: wwltd@carol.net 

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