The Ayuwasi House
The Ayuwasi House sits at the foot of the ridge, close enough to hear the rapids on the creek. The decor in this house reflects its Cherokee name. A large, fully screened porch is equipped with rocking chairs and offers a scenic view of the meadow with huge trees and wild flowers. You're sure to see birds and perhaps even deer. A sun deck wraps around the side of the house giving a view of the volleyball court and bonfire pit.
Upstairs there are two large bedrooms and one large bathroom with cathedral ceilings. One room has 1 Queen and 2 Twins, and can sleep up to 4. The other room has 1 Full and 2 Twins, and can sleep up to 4 people.
On the main floor is the master bedroom with full private bath and laundry room. This bedroom has a king bed and sleeps two. The second bedroom on the main floor has an antique iron double bed with close access to a bathroom with a view of the meadow and forest. All bedrooms have a rocking chair or a deacon's bench to relax and read a book.
The fully equipped kitchen boasts all the modern conveniences including a microwave, coffee maker, toaster, stove, and refrigerator with ice maker.The Great Room contains a seating area for television or conversation and an 8' farm table for meals and playing games.
The entrance room contains native art and informative brochures about the area. The exterior is gray cedar.