Situated in a natural setting, sits 7 Springs Hideaway. The Vera is a rustic, private, one bedroom/one bath, ground level, fully furnished apartment/condo. This unit features a deck as part of it's private entrance. This suite is dedicated to local artist and philanthropist, Vera Heck. It's eclectic decor was inspired by Vera's unique style and taste. It features many of her original works as well as other artists who were inspired by Vera's zest for life.
One bedroom apartment/condo with kitchen, tub/shower bathroom, living room, dining room, in suite laundry room and deck. The entrance to the apartment house is located down a dirt road and can be challenging for some. Please read the detailed directions. GPS can put you past the driveway.
Zugang für Gäste
Travelers will be able to access all parts of the unit and grounds.
Interaktion mit Gästen
When you arrive, I will show you around the apartment and answer any questions. After that, I give you your privacy for the rest of your stay, but am just a text message away. If it is too late, I will send you a code for the lockbox and you can let yourself in.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Proudly only few miles from first women's only college in the history of humanity, Wesleyan College. Lake Tobesofkee recreation area, mountain biking trails, water park, water skiing, woods, hiking trails, churches, farms, Fish & Pig restaurant and Mercer University all within a few miles.
No chlorine bleach allowed on any textiles (sheets or towels).
Please be courteous to other guests.
Live life live, am A son, husband, father, brother, friend and proud to call myself an American. Have camped in 46 of the lower 48 states, parts of Canada, Mexico, much of Caribbean and Central America, Europe several times. Upon reaching the youthful age of 40, my wife informed me we were going to be parents, a humbling wonderful experience, trying to raise 2 boys better than my wife and I were raised. Not an easy feat, the shoes to fill are immense. Fortunately we both still have our parents, who relish seeing the frustrations we had instilled upon them, now heaped upon us. It's nice to have the luxury to apologize for being such brats and getting the knowing looks from them saying "pay back."