Edwina and I moved to Waynesville from New Orleans when we retired, 15 years ago. We haven't looked back and are here to stay. However we need to go back for an oyster poorboy and a bowl of gumbo every now and then. I was a life insurance agent for 35 years and Edwina was in catering and opened a gourmet to go food shop which is still going strong. We have four children, a veterinarian, a seafood marketiing executive, an artist married to an architect and an engineer with the Ford Motor Company. We also enjoy 9 grandchildren and Edwina s anxiously hoping for some great grandchildren, I'm on wait and see. We used to travel a lot, all of the states and over 60 countries. We sailed a lot, owned small planes and lived life to the fullest. Waynesville is a nice place to slow down and count our blessings.
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At an elevation of 4,000 ft., the High Hope cabin sits in the Smokey Mountains, surrounded by the sights and sounds nature. Newly built on 13.6 secluded private acres, the cabin can comfortably accomodate eight people in two bedrooms, and an additional large loft room. Though peacefully separate from the bustling sounds…
6 guest reviews
100% of guests would stay again
Left on Aug 14, 2012 for a stay in July 2012
Our month in the cabin was just what we were hoping for - relaxing, peaceful, with lots of great activities in the surrounding areas! The Costleys are wonderful hosts and try to meet your every request. The house is clean, has a fully stocked kitchen, and the fireplace was so much fun! Of course the outdoor deck was where we lived and the creek with its cascading sounds just puts everyone in a… See more
travelgirl34109, Naples, Florida