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1051 Blythe Street, Hendersonville

Your private lake in Western North Carolina

828-458-5301   Book Now! 

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Timberlake is your sweet vacation getaway with private lake and secure, pet friendly site (see pet policy). Embraced by a hundred acre wood, yet just minutes (1.6 miles) to Main St., Hendersonville, where you find unique shops, award-winning restaurants and numerous services. No matter what you choose to do on your vacation, Timberlake and the surrounding Blue Ridge mountains will satisfy.  Our non-smoking cabin instantly puts you at ease.  Whether you relax by the lake in warm weather or stoke the fire on a cold evening, Timberlake feels like home. 

  • Sleeps 4, with King bed in master bedroom       
  • Fully equipped kitchen, washer dryer & hardwood floors
  • High speed wireless internet   
  • Large HD Cable TV and DVD player
  • Large fireplace
  • Two acre private lake stocked for fishing with canoe and fishing boat
  • Screened porch and carport
  • Lakeside porch with rockers and swing
  • BBQ Grill
  • All linens provided
  • Yard games, books, puzzles and indoor games

Pet Policy                                                                                                                        Book Now!

  • Dogs only, maximum two, with prior approval.
  • $75 non refundable additional cleaning fee required
  • Dogs must not be left unattended inside the cabin.
  • Guest will be held responsible for any and all damages to furniture or property by guests or dogs.
  • Dogs must be current with required rabies vaccinations, proof required with deposit.
  • Things to remember: Plastic bags, under the sink can be used for droppings and placed in outside garbage can. Please pick up after your pets to keep it nicer for everyone. Although the site is completely fenced in, Timberlake is not responsible if your pet escapes. 

Guest's Comments

Carol & Blake Anderson
“Thank you for a wonderful stay! We had such a great time in your  get-a-way cabin.  It was perfect!”

Ralph & Vivian Anderson, NH
“Such a delight to be with our son and his family in the quiet and lovely atmosphere here in the NC country. Just what we needed. Thank you for sharing your cabin, we enjoyed it so much.”

Jim & Sandy Stone
“ We enjoyed our time in your cabin! fishing was great! “

“They called him Sheldon ...
Legend speaks of a fish so tremendous, so terrifying that grown men have been know to quake with fear in his presence. A brave few have attempted to capture this behemoth to no avail. They say he can’t be caught. They say those whose lure has enticed the beast have been dragged into the murky depths of the lake, never to be heard from again. At night, he is known to ...”

Christy & Isabelle, Kings Mountain, NC

“Thank you for readying the cabin on such short notice. We hope to come again soon!”

Todd & kathleen Lewis
“We love this place!! Beautiful cabin & lake! Dogs were in heaven! We will be back soon.”

Ray & Jenny Carver

“Thank you for a wonderful honeymoon week! We enjoyed the house and the great fishing. Thank you for the sweet card. Hope to come back soon.”

Breume Gibbs
“A beautiful, wondrous place. I am so coming again.”

Steve Savage & April Hicks
“Love the porch, I could live out there forever! Hope to return! Thank you!”

Beth Walker and Peter Wohlwend
“So peaceful and relaxing - just what we needed- we will be back, most certainly. Loved the wildlife, i.e. snappers, carp, herons, ducks. Our dog has never been this free.”

Clay & Carol Cooper, Pompano Beach, FL
“We really enjoyed our stay. Very private and peaceful. Loved the fireplace. Glad for the flannel sheets.”

Allen & Phyliss Lasiter, Rich Square, NC
“Love this cabin- built a warm, cozy fire on our last night. Enjoyed sitting on your porch, watching my husband fish. We’ll be back.

Gary & Mardrie Brown, Mt. Pleasant, SC
“Caught and released a spotted bass. The family of ducks numbered 8. They love bird seed. Things we did and recommend: rafting the French Broad, especially jumping off cliffs into the river, the Apple Festival, exploring the waterfalls in the Pisgah National Forest. We even enjoyed getting caught in the rain, even though I slipped down a hill and busted my butt. Take your swimming suit, towel, and camera and don’t wear flip flops. Also check out the white squirrels at Brevard College Campus.”

Chip and Cindy Cotton, Melbourne, FL

“ Enjoyed our time visiting. When we arrived, it was cold, but the fire kept us cozy warm. There was ice on the pond as we headed out. We’ll be back”