Welcome to Bryson City Farmhouses, historic luxury farmhouse vacation rentals in the Great Smoky Mountains! We are two families who are committed to saving historic properties in Bryson City and completely restoring them from top to bottom. Sixty-One Park is our original Bryson City Farmhouse that was completed in 2018. Hazel House was completed in July 2021. Plott House was completed in January 2023.
Sixty-One Park (The Bryson City Farmhouse)
Sixty-One Park is a historic farmhouse located in the Great Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina. Beautifully restored, while keeping its 100-year-old character, the farmhouse is full of historical details from the surrounding area. (Read more about the history of the Farmhouse here!) Sixty-One Park is available to book on:
The Hazel House is located in right downtown Bryson City has been fully restored to it’s c.1902 beauty with more modern amenities. It was finished in June 2021 and is now available for guests! Hazel House is available to book on:
The Plott House is our most recent project and was finished in January 2023. This one bedroom house is a modern build located next door to the historic Sixty-One Park Farmhouse. This was a collaboration with the Perkins Builder Brothers. Make sure to check out the entire project series on their YouTube channel! The Plott House is available to book on:
Bryson City has been called “The Tiny Town in the Middle of Everything” and Sixty-One Park and Hazel House are both located in the heart of Bryson City meaning they are both just a short walk to the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, breweries, local parks and all the cutest shops and restaurants.
From all three of our Bryson City Farmhouses you can walk to the nearby seasonal Friday farmers’ market for fresh produce from our local farmers, honey from our local beekeepers and crafts from local artisans. Walk along the river and put your feet in the cool water at nearby Island Park. Rent a kayak or paddleboard from Bryson City Outdoors. Hop in the car and drive just 2.5 miles to the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Three waterfalls are within a short hiking distance and in the spring/summer you can bring your inner tube to float down the gentle rapids of Deep Creek. Nearby favorite day trips include Cherokee, Gatlinburg, and Asheville.