Lynette’s Guest House
- SQF 960
Lynette's Guest House is the newest vacation home of Deborah's Cottage Rentals. Built in 2020, Lynette's Guest House is tucked in a wooded neighborhood behind Lake Junaluska Golf Course. Thoughtfully designed, this adorable home is also loaded with amenities including a well equipped kitchen, hot tub, Smart TV's, Wifi, soft linens and luxury bedding.
When you arrive, plan to be welcomed by a bouquet of seasonal flowers. As with all of Deborah's Cottage Rentals, complimentary coffee, shampoo, conditioner, cleaning products, and laundry soaps are provided for all guests.
The open concept of a kitchen, dining, and living area allows the chefs to feel included in the gatherings about the home.
Two king size master suites offer an ideal stay for two couples or small families. Each bedroom has its own TV, full bath and access to a screened porch.
Lynette's front porch rocking chairs invite you to relax, read, visit, or watch for incoming family and friends. While the large back screened porch allows a more private experience. Here, you may entertain or rejuvinate in a six person hot tub. The screened porch also has an outdoor dining set, room enough to seat six, comfortably.
All of Deborah's Cottages are pet and smoke free.
Sleeping2 King bed, 1 Studio couch
CookingBlender, Child's high chair, Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Dishwasher, Kitchenette, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Spices, Toaster
Heating/CoolingAir conditioning, Central heating, Heating available, Wood/Tiled stove
EntertainmentWireless Broadband Internet, TV (Antenna), TV (Cable)
SanitaryHair dryer, Essentials, Shower, Towel-set, Hot Tub, Washbasin
LaundryClothes dryer, Bathroom & Laundry, Iron & Board, Washing machine
MiscellaneousCarbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, First aid kit, Smoke Detector, Vacuum cleaner
7 Deborah Lane , Lake Junaluska, 28786, United States
My name is Deborah. My husband, Curt, and I are the owners and managers of Deborah's Cottage Rentals.
Curtis and I were childhood sweethearts who grew up in the Midwest. One year we sponsored our high school children's mission trip to the Appalachian Mountains. Once again, we were smitten. As soon as she graduated from high school we sold the family owned Christmas Tree Farm, quit our corporate jobs, and moved to Western North Carolina.
This is where the story begins.
As an educator and a musician, moving to North Carolina provided me many new opportunities. I developed and facilitated courses for the University of North Carolina. Next, I opened a private music studio and taught students of all ages how to play and perform multiple instruments. Now, I am what my children call, the “Momager.” I handle all aspects of the cottage/cabin rentals and manage the family.
Curt, coming from Illinois’s Natural Wildlife Department, earned his way to Director of Ground Operations at Biltmore Estate. He oversees many areas you enjoy during your visit. These include departments such as the field to table program, farm animals, crops, roads, estate landscape, and forestry.
When are not work focused we like to travel. I tend to migrate to the warmer climates while Curt dreams of Alaska.
Our world seems to revolve around our adult children and granddaughters. Shortly after we moved to North Carolina our family adopted two little girls. Just one more huge reason to know moving to the mountains was meant to be. Like all grandchildren, they have turned our world upside down.