Tall Timbers is the master-bedroom located on the main floor, and is usually owner-occupied. It has a Canadian bead-board king-sized bed, and the en suite bath offers a large soaking tub. A comfortable screened-in porch is accessible from the bedroom, as well as from the wrap-around deck.
Big Bear & Little Bear
Big Bear is located on the second floor, and faces west and north, with views of the backwoods and the apple orchard, good for possible moose and deer sightings. It features an antique cannonball queen-sized bed, and also a separate room for children, which includes a miniature log-cabin playhouse. Big Bear shares a bathroom across the hall, and is also adjacent to the loft area for TV watching.
The Balsams is located on the second floor, and faces south toward the Balsams Resort, with views of the Wilderness Ski Area. It offers a queen-sized leather sleigh bed, and a comfy wing-backed chair for cozy reading. There’s a sitting area off the bedroom for watching TV, and a shared bathroom down the hall.
Honeycomb is located on the main floor, facing west and north, with views of the backwoods and apple orchard, offering a good vantage point for seeing moose or deer. It features a brass, cannonball, queen-sized bed and antique armoire. The bathroom is located directly across the hall.
Magalloway is located on the second floor, facing north and east, and offers great views. It features an antique-poster queen-sized bed, an electric fireplace, a fainting couch great for napping, and an en suite bath, with miniature claw-foot tub, perfect for a long, hot soak.
The Cubby Hole is a loft space located above the second floor bedrooms, with a full-sized mattress. It is accessible by a tall, vertical ladder—not for the faint-of-heart. But is does offer a great escape from snoring partners . . .
Six Bears is a cozy bunkroom located on the lower lever. It features three sets of built-in, twin-bed-sized bunks. The lower bunks are easily accessible, the upper bunks not-so-much. The bunkroom is adjacent to a full bath, as well as to the TV and bar area. This is the quietest sleeping in the house, and the most private. It has become a frequently-requested room.
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