Creekside Paradise B&B is an idyllic mountain lodge located on 20 forested acres. It's a perfect peaceful hideaway with scenic views and hiking trails. The North Room, with its large closet & shared bath, is ideal for peace, quiet and sleeping late.
The Lodge, situated right on the creek, is peaceful, quiet, and romantic. This log and stone home is snug and cozy inside with a large fireplace, fully equipped kitchen with cooking privileges. Breakfast is included and other meals are available at extra cost. All amenities are available and include laundry facilities, Wi-Fi, TV, a hot tub and an outdoor fire pit. The North Guest Room includes a large closet, a shared bathroom, and a queen sized bed. There's plenty of room to add a single bed to accommodate up to 3 guests in the room.
Guests will have free access to all common areas in the home, including our large yard and private hiking trails. The Lodge is located close to everything! The Appalachian Trail is just down the road. Fontana and Santeetlah Lakes, Joyce Kilmer Wilderness, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Tsali Recreation Area and extensive hiking trails are all close by. The Tail of the Dragon, Moonshiner 28 and other beautiful rides are minutes away.
We live here most of the year and love having guests to share our home. We are happy to host local hikes and outings. We have pets and welcome your pets, too.
There is a 2-car garage available for your use. We provide tools and supplies for motorcycle maintenance. RV hook-ups are also available.
All we ask is that you keep your room and bathroom clean. We enjoy meeting new people who like to socialize with us and other visitors. Pets are allowed but they need to get along with our pets. No smoking in the house. Graham is a dry county so bring your own adult beverages.
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I'm a veterinarian by trade. I retired from practice to found a wildlife rehabilitation center in Ontario, Canada. Once that endeavor was self-sufficient, my partner, Jeff and I retired to the mountains of western North Carolina. We both love hiking, enjoying nature, and riding our motorcycles on the scenic roads in this area. I now contribute to my community by providing veterinary care for lost and abandoned dogs and cats. I belong to 3 hiking clubs and am a trail maintainer for the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. I write a pet column for the local newspaper. I also enjoy gardening, cooking, and spending time with my 3 dogs.