Vacation Rentals at Lake Junaluska is open and welcoming guests! During this time of heightened concern, the health, safety and welfare of our guests and staff is of utmost importance. To ensure that our vacation rental guests remain safe, we are implementing sanitation guidelines to maintain a high standard of cleanliness within our properties. For more information about Lake Junaluska's response to COVID-19, please visit our updates page.
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Thank you for choosing Lake Junaluska Vacation Rentals. Our privately owned rental houses, apartments and condominiums are managed by the Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center.
NEW FOR 2020
During Peak Season (Memorial Day – Labor Day) our properties will now be available for a daily rate with a Three (3) night minimum stay. During the Off Season, properties will be available for a daily rate with a Two (2) night minimum stay. Check-in time is 4 p.m. and Check-out is NO later than 10 a.m.
Lake Junaluska is being lowered in early 2021 to allow for the removal of silt, repairs, maintenance and cleanup that happens every few years. The Terrace Hotel, Lakeside Bistro, Junaluska Gifts & Grounds, Lake Junaluska Golf Course and the Walking Trail and gardens will remain open, and the lake should be full again by Easter.
Lake Junaluska Assembly Vacation Rentals has over 65 years of property management. Our goal is to help maximize your property investment value and make Lake Junaluska the premier choice in vacation rentals in Western North Carolina. We manage vacation rentals, winter rentals and long term rentals. For more information on listing your home with Lake Junaluska Vacation Rentals, please contact our office at 828-454-6717.
Nestled around a 200-acre lake in the mountains, Lake Junaluska feels worlds away but is close to top Western North Carolina attractions. Enjoy shopping, dining and entertainment in nearby Waynesville and Maggie Valley. Drive less than 15 minutes to the Blue Ridge Parkway or Great Smoky Mountains National Park, or drive 30 minutes to visit Biltmore House in Asheville or explore Cherokee.
Also check out our print-ready Adventure Guides to discover half-day and full-day adventures from Lake Junaluska: