Foxhunt at Sapphire Valley

Cashiers, North Carolina

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Cashiers, North Carolina


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  • Avatar for mummaredweek
    By mummaredweek Updated Aug 28, 2013

    This is our first visit to Foxhunt and we love it!!! The units are the largest, most comfortable we have ever enjoyed. The resort itself has lots of great activities--we just returned from a Thai cooking class. Don't miss the nature walk with Wendy to learn the plants used by the Cherokee for food and medicine. And her mountain stories and songs around the campfire. There's also a flute and drum participation evening, various crafts, and that's just at the resort! Note: much of this goes for the Wyndham resort that shares all the amenities. Update: We still love this place after five years. Some of the activities no longer happen, but there's a Mexican night (excellent) and a barbecue. And Wendy still leads the nature walk. The indoor pool and hot tubs are the perfect temperature, and a nine-hole golf course for $40 ALL WEEK. We highly recommend the Sapphire Brewery restaurant--great early bird specials weeknights, and some 100 different (some really different) beers.

  • Avatar for phimumom
    By phimumom Mar 3, 2004

    Have been coming here for several years during the winter. Units are spacious and well maintained. Fireplace is a plus. The area is beautiful and very peaceful. Resort has it all, golf, indoor pool, activities, skiiing in winter- you name it.

    Cashiers is a quaint town with wonderful restaurants. Highlands, 10 miles away, is also beautiful and has wonderful shopping. Many places to hike and waterfalls to see!

  • Avatar for jayjay
    By jayjay Updated Oct 20, 2003

    One of the most beautiful areas I've ever witnessed. The units are very spacious and are surrounded by woods and hills and are ideal for relaxing. All units have wood burning fireplaces. The resort has many amenities and scheduled activities inlcuding trips to NOC whitewater rafting, Highlands, N.C., Biltmore mansion in Asheville, magnificent waterfalls and tours to other areas of interest. You can paddle around in canoes or hike the perimeter of the big lake at Sapphire. There's also a smaller lake at FoxHunt for fishing from a pier. They offer snow skiing in winter. A perfect year round vacation destination.

  • Avatar for scott1524
    By scott1524 Sep 23, 2003

    Very nice area with some beautiful views. The units are located in a secluded area with surrounding forest and a private meadow lake next to the Horsepasture River. It is one of the most relaxing places I know.

  • Avatar for jalexander
    By jalexander Mar 15, 2003

    The most beautiful, relaxing place on earth, bar none.. Lots to do, great food, and isolated enough from the hustle and bustle of everyday life

  • Avatar for cpmock
    By cpmock Jan 12, 2003

    One of the most beautiful areas of North Carolina. Foxhunt is beautiful, the amenities are the best. We have spent many vacations there and each one has been wonderful.

  • Avatar for liliantica
    By liliantica Nov 29, 2002


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