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Cherokee Houses

About Cherokee

14 houses

Way Away Log Cabin w/ Hot Tub near Cherokee & Harr

Cherokee log cabin

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / Sleeps 6

“Nice cabin” We enjoyed our stay. Great location and close to attractions. Wifi would have made the kids happy but overall they had a great time too. Love the personalized rocks on the porch from prior tenants. We enjoyed searching for the perfect rock

$110

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Peaceful, Cozy cabin in the Great Smokey Mountains

Cherokee log cabin

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / Sleeps 6

“Wonderful place to stay” I had a very peaceful stay. The owners are very thoughtful, and made sure to accommodate all needs and more. I would recommend this place to anyone whether you need a place to come and go to throughout a weekend, or if you pla

$119

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New Cabin in the Great Smokey Mountains

Cherokee log cabin

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / Sleeps 8

$138

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FOX RIDGE CABIN NEW Mountain Cabin near Casino

Cherokee log cabin

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / Sleeps 3

“Great cabin” Great little cabin. Perfect for a couple First time in a cabin Will never go back to a hotel here at the Smokies. This cabin is close to everything and has everything. Perfect

$129

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Crystal Creek Cabin

Cherokee log cabin

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / Sleeps 6

$110

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FOX DEN CABIN near Cherokee in the Smoky Mountain

Cherokee log cabin

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / Sleeps 2

“Cozy” For newlyweds this cabin is very quaint and cozy. The log burning fire place is a very nice touch as well. I did not care for the placement of the hot tub. In the winter, it's too cold to have to get out of and walk up several stairs to get back

$115

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Luxury Log Cabin 4 bdr, 4 bath -8 Min To Casino

Cherokee log cabin

3 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms / Sleeps 8

“Cozy cabin rental” Beautiful cabin. We spent a Friday afternoon and evening and Saturday afternoon and evening there for my daughter's 21st birthday weekend. The owner of the cabin was very responsive to all questions and concerns throughout the booki

$195

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Deluxe Cabin in The Great Smoky Mountains

Cherokee log cabin

/ 1 bathroom / Sleeps 4

$99

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Climbing Bear Creekside Cabin

Cherokee log cabin

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / Sleeps 5

“We loved every minute of our stay.” This cabin is just beautiful! We spent a week here. Mornings found us on the front porch enjoying the mountain air and the music of birds singing. It's a perfect location for just relaxing, bird watching or to set

$109

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Water Rock Retreat in the Great Smoky Mountains

Cherokee house

4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / Sleeps 11

“Amazing view and utter seclusion” A bunch of friends and I headed up to Water Rock to celebrate Labor Day weekend together and we couldn't have wanted any more out of a cabin. Plenty of comfortable sleeping space, very affordable. The views from the p

$278

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Deluxe Cabin with Fireplace in Smoky Mountains

Cherokee log cabin

/ 1 bathroom / Sleeps 4

$99

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Happy Trails

Cherokee house

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / Sleeps 6

$125

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Mountain Valley View Cabin near Cherokee NC

Cherokee log cabin

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / Sleeps 4

$65

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Deluxe Cabin in The Great Smoky Mountains

Cherokee log cabin

/ 1 bathroom / Sleeps 4

$99

1 / 21

About Cherokee

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Cherokee, North Carolina

A gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and a whole host of outdoor pursuits, Cherokee thrives on tourism. That's why FlipKey has a great selection of vacation rentals here for you to choose from!

It’s the main settlement in a 56,000-acre Indian reservation and hosts one of the largest casinos in the north west of America. It’s also a fun educational experience. Why not find your perfect rental home today, and start planning a trip to this great destination?

About Cherokee, North Carolina

This was the ancestral homeland of the Cherokee Indians, until they were driven out by the US government during the infamous Trail of Tears. Cherokee became ‘white man’s’ land for a time until Will Thomas handed 56,000 acres of the 135,000 square acres of it back in the late 1800s.

The descendants of around 1000 Cherokee Indians who escaped the clearances by hiding in the nearby mountains, can once again hold the Cherokee flag high in this north-western part of North Carolina. Today, the land is held in trust and you’ll find many signposts in the Qualla Boundary area written in Cherokee.

The Cherokee Indian tribe also own the huge Harrah’s casino complex and several hotels and restaurants in the area.

Outdoor types will love the fact the town is less than half an hour’s drive away from excellent hiking, swimming and trout fishing in the Smoky Mountains.

What to do in Cherokee, North Carolina

Go back in time to the late 18th century at the interactive Oconaluftee Indian Village. There you’ll find genuine Cherokee people weaving baskets, sculpting canoes and engaging in tribal dances (such as the Green Corn or Bear numbers).

You might also be lucky enough to encounter some roaming Elk. It’s a living history lesson you won’t want to miss out on.

Visit at the end of the March and celebrate 'The Ramp'. This wild vegetable has its own annual get-together, known as the Rainbows & Ramps Festival where you can taste variations of it, along with trout and barbecue. There’s also music and a big BBQ cook-off.

There’s gold in them thar’ hills – yes, they’re talking about the Smoky Mountains. The Gold and Ruby Mines there offer visitors the chance to pan for gold and precious stones, which you can then have fashioned into bespoke jewelry. Go along for a exciting experience just like the old prospectors did!

Top travel tips for Cherokee, North Carolina

Don’t mention tipis – if you do, you’ll be talking about the wrong Indian tribe. It was only western Native Americans who lived in these. The Cherokee people lived in houses made of woven grass and mud.

The town can only be accessed via steep mountain roads, so you’ll need some kind of vehicle or bike to get there. Similarly, if you don’t have your own car you’ll need to hire a taxi to travel around the town.

It’s not necessary—and generally good manners—to tip the Indian traditional dancers and storytellers in town. Many won’t charge, but they’re happy to take donations.

Whether you fancy trying your hand at whitewater rafting, trekking through streams on a horse or trout fishing with the stunning backdrop of the Smoky Mountains, then this outdoor wilderness playground is for you. 

Find your perfect vacation rental on FlipKey, and discover more about this historical area.

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