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Our knowledgeable staff has been serving the Maggie Valley Cabin Rental market for over 15 years in helping others, like yourself, find the right vacation home in the Western North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee areas.
We are located in the Maggie Valley and Waynesville area and specialize in finding you the perfect log cabin vacation rental for your getaway to The Great Smoky Mountains
Maggie Valley NC Travel Ideas
Allow us to help you schedule your time here in the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. We have compiled a list of must-see attractions. Take your time and look around. You'll be glad you did.
We would like to thank you for your consideration of listing your home with Premier Vacation Rentals Agency. We not only specialize in premier cabin rentals in Maggie Valley and surrounding areas, but we do our best to match you with the perfect tenants for your home.
A Rockaway Hideaway
Vacation rental cabin / bungalow. Sleeps 8, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Dogs allowed.
Large open living area with 30’ ceiling, a stone fireplace with gas logs, a wall of windows for the glorious view and abundant light that leads to a large screened porch. There are TWO Master suites each with king size bed and its own full bath.
Cabin and Corral
Vacation rental house. Sleeps 8, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms. Dogs allowed.
Situated on 4 acres overlooking a stream and pond on one side and a great long-range view on the other side. Enjoy an evening on the covered porch or relaxing in the hot tub. Inside the master bedroom features a queen size bed with country western theme.
Vacation rental house. Sleeps 6, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. No pets allowed.
Are you looking for a spectacular view of the Great Smokey Mountains? Well, you found it! From early morning until late at night when the stars come out, you have a glorious view from both the wrap around porch upstairs and the covered hot tub area downstairs.
MAGGIE VALLEY, NORTH CAROLINA
In the Heart of the Great Smoky Mountains...
Henry Plott came to Western North Carolina in the early 1800’s with his hunting dogs, later referred to as the Plott Hound. The Plott Hound was first recognized in 1946 by the United Kennel Club and later became the Official State Dog in 1989. Robert Henry Pott built the Plott house located on Moody Farm Road in 1881. In 1885 he was appointed as Post Master of Ivy Hill Township post office, which was then called Plott, NC. The post office was located in his house until 1926.
Around the turn of the century, Jack Setzer was tired of hiring someone to ride the five miles to the Plott post office to pick up mail for the valley. He decided that the valley should have a post office of its own. Jack Setzer wrorte the US Postal Department for permission to establish his home as a new post office, and was asked to submit three names for his post office, which were denied. So Jack then submitted the names of his three daughters: Cora, Mettie, Maggie Mae, plus the name Jonathan Creek, for the creek that ran near the Setzer home.
On May 10, 1904, Jack received an official letter from the US Postmaster General Frank H. Hitchcock that the post office was to be called Maggie, NC. Teenage Maggie Mae was embarrassed when she was told the news. She burst into tears and ran up the mountain to the old log cabin where she had been born.