Sleeps 6-24 Spacious! 10 min. to Asheville and all area activities.
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Two bedrooms have king bed and 4 bedrooms have a queen bed and another bedroom has 2 queen beds. Two bedrooms with walk in closets have a single bed in walk in closet- may be put into large room. Game room has additional sleeping for 6 people. All bedrooms have 32 in or larger HDTV and either a sofa or table with chairs for private time enjoyment. All the bedrooms have great mountain views.
Pool / Spa
- Bookings at this property are non-refundable.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Plenty of safe grounds to play on.Plenty of safe grounds to play on.
Pets allowed - small dog only pre-approvals from owner neededsmall dog only pre-approvals from owner needed
Parties/events allowed - must be pre-approved by ownersmust be pre-approved by owners
No smoking - smoking is allowed outdoors on the grounds. smoking is allowed outdoors on the grounds.
Max guests: 25 - 2323
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
- Holidays & peek dates have a waiting list. If we re-book the dates you want to cancel you receive a full refund or we offer credit for another date.
- We always suggest buying vacation rental cancellation insurance which is offered when you make a reservation.
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC/140ºF
Cleaned with disinfectant
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
Visit Beautiful Biltmore Estate on a schedule that works for you with a ticket that offers two all day access to Biltmore House, gardens, Winery, River Bend Farm, shopping, dining and Antler Hill Village for less than the price of a one day ticket.
Who doesn’t love a tailgate or farmers market of fresh veggies, meat and dairy products not to mention home made goodies and crafts of every kind. These markets are all nearby 10 to 20 minute drives of Norally Vacation Rentals.
Looking for something to do? Norally House is near many great attractions, activities, and areas of interest.
We provide brochures of all area activities and attractions.
Cradle of Forestry If the natural beauty of the mountains is not enough to keep you busy with sightseeing, then check out all there is to do at The Cradle of Forestry. There are guided tours, restored historic buildings, exhibits, a gift shop and more. Kids will certainly enjoy seeing the restored locomotive and wandering the forest.
Sandy Bottom Trail Rides For your horseback riding adventures is our guest favorite. River Rafting There are many rafting and tubing outfitters. We keep brochures at both rentals for guest to view.
Great Swimming Holes- Along the South Toe River is The Carolina Hemlock . The mountain-cold water cascades from Mt. Mitchell, the highest peak in the Eastern U.S., and there are large slabs of rocks ideal for sunbathing. th.
Green River, is another popular swimming hole. Tube rentals are also available nearby.
SOUTH TOE RIVER, NC Though the river is relatively safe, it does feature some true rapids.
Davidson River-Pisgah National Forest The Davidson can be more powerful than it looks.
NATURAL WATERSLIDE Sliding Rock-is a rock that forms a mountain waterslide in the Pisgah National Forest on U.S. 276 near Asheville. The 60-foot, flat, sloping boulder is a perfect launching pad for thousands of visitors every year. Fueled by 11,000 gallons of water pumped down the rock each minute, Sliding Rock is a perfect place for chlorine-free fun. (While you’re in the area, check out Looking Glass Falls, also on U.S. 276. The 60-foot waterfall is stunning and the wading pool below is perfect for children.) Located along US 276, about 7.5 miles south of the Blue Ridge Parkway (or a little over seven miles north off of US 280 in Brevard).
Grove Park Inn is just 10 minute drive from Norally House. You don’t have to stay at the Inn to enjoy the fine dining and the activities that are planned all year round.
Spectacular Blue Ridge Parkway One of America’s most scenic drives. The Blue Ridge Parkway is a short 15 minute drive from Norally. Craggy Gardens is located at milepost 364. Visitors can hike, picnic and take in panoramic colorful views all year round. The Folk Art Center on mile post 382 is a most see for the whole family. Educational events are held year round along with daily craft demonstrations from March through December. Hand crafted items from southern Appalachian crafters are available for viewing and purchase. Grandfather Mountain One of the highest peak in the Blue Ridge Mountains and is a truly rustic and fun adventure that includes a swinging bridge that sways a mile above sea level. Be sure to bring your camera to capture your treasured experience. There are also natural habitats with bears, cougars, eagles and otters.
Smith-McDowell house Open year-round and located in downtown Asheville, the Smith-McDowell house has a reputation for being the oldest brick residence in Asheville. This beautiful Victorian home, built around 1840, has been restored and awaits your visit.
Western North Carolina Nature Center Kids can spend the day at this nature center learning and having fun!
Mount Mitchell State Park An area preserved around the Black Mountain Range, the highest range East of the Rocky Mountains. This is a wonderful place to come hiking, exploring, horseback riding or just enjoying the outdoors.
Vance Birthplace Zebulon Baird Vance was a Confederate military officer in the American Civil War, the 37th and 43rd Governor of North Carolina, and U.S. Senator. Born in Weaverville, North Carolina. The five-room log house was reconstructed around original chimneys and its outbuildings are furnished to evoke the period from 1795- 1840. This historical site and tour is 10 minutes away from Norally vacation rentals.
Thomas Wolf Memorial Thomas Wolfe and his mother's boardinghouse in Asheville, North Carolina—now the Thomas Wolfe Memorial—has become one of literature's most famous landmarks. Named "Old Kentucky Home" by a previous owner, Wolfe immortalized the rambling Victorian structure as "Dixieland" in his epic autobiographical novel, Look Homeward, Angel. A classic of American literature, Look Homeward, Angel has never gone out of print since its 1929 publication, keeping interest in Wolfe alive and attracting visitors to the setting for this great novel. This interesting tour is only 15 minutes away from Norally.
About Alley Juckem
Norally's Vision I was born in Panama near the Panama Canal. My father was a career soldier, the son of an Iowa Farmer. My mother was a citizen of Panama. I lived and went to school in Panama till I was 8 years old. I remember the country as a very pretty, tropical country. I also remember that as an Army brat, I never felt at home there or in many other places that the military would take us. Being a child I really could not understand, why. That is until my father was transferred back state side. I will never forget arriving at my Grandparents Iowa farm home. It was late at night and there were fireflies glowing all about. My Grandmother (Hattie) came running out to greet us. The love she had for my father was written all over her face. When she hugged me it felt like I had always known her, and that hug. I can still remember how she smelled. My grandparent’s home was large, inviting and had plenty of room for us all. The next day all my fathers brothers and sister their spouses and children came for a big family gathering. I had Uncles, Aunts and cousins that loved us. They were our family. We belonged to each other. We were home. My grandparents lovely farm home is now gone, as are they. I could not save that wonderful farm, but the love, laughter, fun and memories my cousins and I shared is ours forever. I didn't know at that magical moment, how my life would move. I did not know that in my darkest hours, those magical moments I had shared with my family, at my grandparents home would keep me warm, bring me hope, make me smile and give me strength. I came to realize that it was not the house and farm that we enjoyed so much as each other. Having room to all be together under one roof. It is our vision to give families that visit Norally House that wonderful blessed feeling that they are always welcome, always at home. Alley Juckem
Alley Juckem purchased this House in 1987
Why Alley Juckem chose Weaverville
My Husband and I designed and built this beloved property in 1987 for our growing family. We wanted a 6 bedroom home close and easy access to Asheville on some small acres with surround mountain views from sun up to sun set. We felt that if we were going to live in the mountains we wanted to see them from every window. We did not think we would find the perfect spot until one day we got lost actually heading to another piece of land for sale. We pulled over unto a road off the main road to check out a map because we did not have GPS back then. It was a beautiful summer day and while my husband was checking out the map I was looking around at the beautiful sight before me. I remember leaning against our car and saying “why can’t we find a perfect spot like this.” My husband looked up and said “wow!! Guess you got to have a bit of luck or angel to find perfect spots like this.” We both started to walk around the beautiful location pointing out how perfect it was. As we walked back to the car a man walking his dog came over to us and told us he lived just down the road. We introduced ourselves and told him we were lost he started to help us by giving us directions to where we were headed. We mentioned that we hoped the property we were about to see was as beautiful as the one we were standing in front of. He then said “well you know this property is for sale the sign must have fallen down.” We could not believe it!! He had the name and number of the owner. We got in our car decided the heck with even looking at another property. We had found what we wanted. We headed straight back to our rental called the owners of the two perfect acres and closed the perfect deal that night. The rest is History. I do not believe in luck but I do believe in Angels.
What makes this House unique
The surround mountain views made us fall in love with this property. The private two acres just 10 minutes from the heart of Asheville is an added plus. The French Broad river is one and half mile bike ride or jog. The small town of Weaverville just a stroll away. The fine dining in Asheville and Weaverville is outstanding. The many festivals and events held all year around is always exciting and fun. A grand adventure seems to be waiting around the bend all year round. Visitors can enjoy viewing wild turkeys, and other wild life along with surround mountain views. Just like the song goes "nothing could be finer"!