Do you enjoy the great outdoors but you don’t want to rough it? Did you miss taking an actual honeymoon with your spouse or is your business in need of a team building retreat? Perhaps you have in mind the scenery of the great outdoors, but you require the privacy and intimacy of a hot tub for two? If all of these speak to you, then consider The Great Smokey Mountains in Asheville, NC, a terrific place for adventurers and nature lovers.
In this post, we are going to give you ideas of what to look for in a log cabin rental that suits the needs of most any occasion.
Firstly, we would encourage you to think about the location. Do you want to be near your office or home? How far are you willing to travel? How much are you willing to spend to get to your destination and how much time are you willing to spend to get there?
When you arrive at your destination what kind of scenery or activities are you looking for? Do you or your guests want to fish or hike or do you simply want to relax and take in the surroundings?
Accommodations and amenities
It is very important that you consider what kind of function you are going to have. Is this a business meeting that requires a conference room and technology? Is utilizing the Internet critical and of course how good does the connection speed need to be? Or perhaps this is simply a couple’s getaway where the most important thing for you and your significant other is to be as far away as possible from technology and the “modern” world as possible.
Size of your party or group
Is this getaway meant to accommodate two people, twenty or 100? Also, is taking your pet or pets along with you a must?
What is the total amount you or your group are able or willing to spend on this vacation?
Special needs for you or those in your group
Are there specific food allergies where prepared food needs to be considered or are there people in your group or party that are handicapped? If so, what specific accommodations need to be provided?
Lastly, what we would like you to consider is to bring your patience and the best attitude possible. The last thing you want to experience is to be away on vacation, and your expectations along with poor planning leave you more tired and exhausted than when you started. So, we advise you to plan well by considering the advice mentioned here, pack your patience, prepare for contingencies, bring your best attitude possible and enjoy your hard-earned time off in the great outdoors. Also, if roughing it isn’t for you, consider a log cabin, perhaps with a fireplace, outdoor grill, hot tub and your favorite pet or person next to you.