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Talk Greenville

"Eat, Stay and Play in the Carolinas"

by Renata Parker


The majestic natural beauty and the brilliant display of seasons at Lake Toxaway and the surrounding Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina have long captivated visitors.  Read more...   

Points North Magazine 

"Getting away from it all at Lake Toxaway"

by Tom Cooper


If you promise Atlantans a chance to "get away from it all" you will have takers

in big numbers. It seems that many of us have become over-stressed, over-

connected and over-driven, not to mention over-worked. Read more...    



The Atlanta Journal Travel Newspaper

"Fall Getaways Special Section"

by Paula Thrasher

This wide-spot-in-the-road community in Transylvania County is in the

heart of the area known as the Land of Waterfalls. Read more...


Laurel Magazine

It's easy to get lost at The Cabins at Seven Foxes.  Not the scary

"Where The Heck Am I?" kind of lost, but the idyllic "Who Cares What's

Going On in the Rest of the World and Why Would I Ever Want to

Leave" variety.



Moose Mountain News

by Dusty Dave

Nestled on seven acres in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains are five

cabins at the Seven Foxes. 


Fun Things to do in the Mountains

by Kathleen Lamont

Driving up Slick Fisher Road to The Cabins at Seven Foxes was an

exercise in keeping my eyes on the road. The surrounding hills and

mountains welcomed me with rhododendrons & hemlocks


Fun Things to do in the Mountains

by Amy Ammons Garza

It's quiet on Slick Fisher Road in Lake Toxaway.  Beautiful sounds

surround the grounds of the Cabins at Seven Foxes-the song of streams

as they slip through rocky creek beds, splashing in playful read more...


Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles

by Meg Sparwath

Atlantans Marilyn Krone and Sandra Baldwin, owners of the Cabins

at Seven Foxes in Lake Toxaway, North Carolina, recently celebrated

the third anniversary of their rustic getaway. 


Laurel Magazine

In the summer of 2000, Marilyn Krone, a Lake Toxaway homeowner,

saw a piece of property for sale that piqued her interest.  She called

upon her friend, Sandra Baldwin, to come check it out read more...


Newcomer Magazine

by Kari Croop

Just a few hours drive from Atlanta's traffic zoo lies a more peaceable

kingdom, a place so quiet you can hear birds chirping at the local filling

station.  Welcome to Lake Toxaway, NC,


The Piedmont Review

by Lynn Lamousin

Trade the sound of rush hour for the sound of rushing water at The

Cabins at Seven Foxes, a mountain hideaway located in read more...


Atlanta's Jewelry Watches & Antiques

by Heidie Voyles

Sometimes the hustle and bustle of Atlanta life can be overwhelming.

The stress and traffic of the city appear even more exaggerated as

the holidays approach. 



Southern Flair

by Anna Grass

It's rustic, earthy charm coupled with modern-day amenities makes

this haven a perfect getaway that is not to far from home. Read more...



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