Abbie's Waterfall Treehouse is an octagon structure with wrap around windows located just off the creek at Hemlock Farm. You can watch the trickling water from your bed and it is designed to offer you privacy and communion with the family and animals at Hemlock Cottage, as you choose. Located just off the creek, which is a short but private distance from the house, you'll be lulled to sleep by the trickling of the stream and waterfall just outside your window. You'll have access to the treehouse bathroom and dining area, and can use the main kitchen, living room and wrap around (Email hidden by Airbnb) plimentary Breakfast: is served at the main house and includes fresh eggs from the barn, local sausage and fruit. On occasion Joni, the owner will also offer her southern biscuits at the breakfast table. Other menu items can include french toast, steel cut oats and grits from a nearby mill. Coffee and orange juice are provided, too.Guest access
Glamping - Going camping, but with glamour. A combination of the two words. It's like regular camping , but with nicer things than usual, being warmer, and more comfortable. Glamping isn't done by usual outdoor types who climb mountains.
Treehouses are glamping experiences and as such here’s what you can expect:
Comfy beds, k cup coffee brewers, heated mattress pads, real furniture and radiator heaters, real furniture - dresser, beds, chairs and electricity.
You are welcome to visit the main cabin where we often have a hot fire in the wood stove and hot showers whenever you’d like. The main cabin is a place to take a break from glamping, visit with other guests and the family, and to cook dinner or take a shower.
You should probably avoid treehouses if you…
1. Don’t enjoy temps outside the normal range for your home.
2. If you don’t like walking back to the woods to enjoy your treehouse. Although we do have a battery operated cart for you to use to take your bags to the treehouse when you arrive.
3. Don’t want to walk to the main cabin to use a flushing toilet and or take a shower.
4. If the idea that the treehouses are not completely sealed and you may occasionally see a critter trying to move in, although we do try and keep them out, upsets you.
If you enjoy the woods, nature, being away from city noise then you may just enjoy a stay in one of our treehouses.
Here is what others have said about their glamping experience with us:
“If you are looking for a place to escape into the mountains, this is it! The treehouse is situated right above a small (2'-3') waterfall that provides ambient noise and a beautiful view. It is tucked away behind the main house and is about a 3 minute walk. There are motion sensor lights the whole way so getting around after sunset is no problem. The room is spacious with a good bed, dresser, multiple lights, coffee maker (though Joni makes great coffee every morning), fan, and books.”
“Welcoming, peaceful and calm. A quiet place with a stream running right outside. Great hospitality.”
“Joni’s waterfall treehouse was incredible! It is such a nice getaway in the middle of a National Forest. It’s such a unique, clean, comfortable place to stay! You have everything you need while being fully immersed in nature. We would definitely love to come back next time we find ourselves in Georgia!”
Pets are allowed pending approval. We will approve animals after we exchange a few emails and establish what exactly you are bringing and make sure you clearly understand the pet rules. There is also a $50 pet fee.
You'll notice a 6% community fee added to the price of the cabin. This is for union county and state taxes. We proudly pay our taxes in order to support our rural mountain community which relies heavily on tourism.
Main house - kitchen, living room, dining room and bathroom