The Creek House
at Timberwolf Creek

Smoky Mountain Cabins ~ Maggie Valley Cabins ~ North Carolina Vacation Homes

There are two king master suites in The Creek House.  They have names: the Timberwolf Retreat, and Curve of the Creek.
The Timberwolf Retreat is on the upper floor, with an additional queen bedroom next door.
The Curve of the Creek Suite, with a living room, is on the lower floor.
Each master suite has an en suite bath with Jacuzzi bathtub-for-two and separate shower.
The additional queen sleeper sofa in the upstairs living room brings accommodations to a total of eight.
(If you have a baby, you are welcome to bring along a pack-n-play for the child.)

So you have: two king bedrooms, one queen bedroom, two jacuzzi tubs, two shower baths, plus a half-bath.
Two living rooms (one upstairs, one downstairs, both with fireplaces -firewood included)
Three TV/DVDs, wireless internet through-out, outdoor fire pit on the creek deck.
Fully equipped kitchen, dining room seats up to 8, tables on the creek deck also seat up to 8,
covered porches off all bedrooms and both living rooms.
Mountain ambiance throughout.

What sets us apart... 
You mean, besides the incredible mountain stream?

The Creek House

  • Starting with the beds:   Mattresses are made locally, to our specifications.  Then they are topped with excellent mattress pads, and triple sheeted with 600-thread count Egyptian cotton linens.  Quality foam pillows are on the beds and extra feather pillows on the closet shelves.  Marvelous quilts and duvets for a beautiful setting.  And lots (lots) of blanket throws (afghans) abound, all 'Made in America'.
     

  • And the furniture?  Leather! The Curve of the Creek Suite has a fine leather sofa with recliners.  The leather & carved wood barstools are made here in North Carolina.  The surprisingly comfortable twig chair is handmade by a Tennessee craftsman.  The built-in king size bed was created by talented carpenters Dick Milano and Scott Bailey.  The birch drop-leaf table and sideboard are family heirlooms.  And upstairs, there are two suede recliners in the upstairs den.  The bed in the Timberwolf Retreat is a family heirloom, a swirled white metal piece with a 5' headboard and footboard.  The little table in that room is actually an old sewing machine table.  The dining chairs are antique Hitchcock.  But the suite seating?  Pure comfort!  An overstuffed chair-and-a-half with a big ottoman, and a recliner.  (Can you say, "Nap time?")  In the dining room, an inlaid quartersawn pecan table is 5-foot square, so that four couples can dine in comfort and everybody has a corner seat.
     

  • Jacuzzi Baths:  Ok, these are genuine Jacuzzi.  As a matter of fact, the huge upstairs tub with it's 24K gold fixtures is original to the house, placed quite intentionally under an equally large skylight.  Downstairs, we added the corner Jacuzzi with a waterfall faucet in its own alcove.  Both are maintained (tub, pipes and jets) between *every* visit to insure they are immaculate for your arrival.  (We opted for these vs. an outdoor hot tub because we know that issues of health, safety, and cleanliness are as important to you as they are to us.)  All of the stone and artfully designed tile work is that of local craftsmen.
     

  • Amenities:  Elida Estate coffee beans -direct from this award-winning Panamanian estate owner to you.  Condiments and staples in the kitchen.  Good quality cookware and pretty china.  Those gorgeous carved Timberwolf Creek mugs are made for us by a family business in Idaho.  Cable TV, VCR, DVD, and CD players and a nice selection of magazines, books, movies, and music.  Candles in and out.  Bayberry soaps (a scent appreciated by men and women alike), shampoos, etc., and an ample supply of paper products.
     

  • Kitchen:  This kitchen is stocked with the serious chef in mind.  If you need it, you'll find it here.  A KitchenAid mixer, of course.  KitchenAid burr coffee grinder, too.  Ovens are conventional, microwave, and convection.  Stainless steel cookware is 5-ply and copper bottom.  Scan Pans are titanium cast iron.  Yes there is a butcher block, and good knives.  Stocked canisters.  Olive oil.  Sea salt and pepper mills.  And the wood ceilings are beamed and lined with coffee mugs on horse-shoe-nail hooks!  That, and when is the last time you prepared a meal in a kitchen with a waterfall view?  Pure heaven.
     

  • Artwork:   And speaking of unique...  Wait until you see the impressive 3D 'still' on the stone fireplace in the upstairs living room.  How about the fifteen foot long suspended mantle in the downstairs living room?  Take a moment to stop on the stairs and see our Bruce Garrabrandt collection - sure to generate a smile.  Wolf photos are everywhere, of course.  Howard Altman and Gary Benfield prints grace the Timberwolf Retreat (upstairs suite), as well as an original Jamie Miller collage.  A fabulous Bouguereau is in the Curve of the Creek (downstairs suite).  Even the powder room, a.k.a. The Pottyng Shed, has great photography by both Larry & Randy Wright.  The sign on the Pottyng Shed door?  That's Larry's work.  Primitive pieces are typically craft fair finds, from right here in Maggie Valley.

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Sleep to the soothing sounds of the tumbling stream ~ Timberwolf Creek

"We're happy to answer any questions you may have about your Timberwolf Creek vacation"
--- your hosts, Larry & Sandee Wright

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