What to know
Featured as a full page article in the November 2004 issue of Southern Living Magazine, the writer had this to say about Azalea Falls: "... at Azalea Falls Lodge, guests get the best in both rusticity and refinement... Whether you choose to stay indoors and relax or wander the land, one thing is certain: Luxury in the woods isn't a far-fetched notion here. It's a way of life." "Unexpected elegance," with "fine European antiques" and "enough open space to get lost in" are other phrases used to describe the 3000 square foot rock, glass and redwood Frank Lloyd Wright-styled vacation home. The lodge features a contemporary kitchen, three bedrooms, three baths, two cozy fireplaces, an over-sized whirlpool tub, and 3,000 square feet of deck space overlooking an 85-foot cascading waterfall. It is an outdoor enthusiast's dream come true and overlooks the 136 surrounding acres. And, it has all the amenities: satellite TV, VCR with movies, DVD player, stereo system, WiFi, telephone and a fully appointed kitchen with dishwasher and trash compacter. Or, as mentioned in the article, "if you want a smaller version, opt for the three bedroom cabin," a 1700 square foot log home which is "modeled after the lodge but isn't as large." Or, for those who prefer a B&B, choose one of the luxurious new bed and breakfast rooms at Beauty Lodge. While the lodge, cabin and Beauty Lodge feature beautiful artwork, fine decor and all the amenities, it's the stunningly breathtaking setting near the upper Buffalo National River that makes Azalea Falls so special. We could go on, but pictures can speak a thousand words. Please visit our website and see for yourself! (Other packages, availability calendars and area activities are also listed on our website.) Additional nights may be added to this package. Please email or call for details.