GLEN CHOGA LODGE SADDLE NOTCH ADIRONDACK STYLE LOG INN occupies a picturesque setting in a narrow glen-like stream valley in northwest Macon County: it faces north across a lawn which is bounded by the Little Choga creek. The lodge, built in 1934-1935 on the side of the old Franklin to Murphy road , it is and important member of a small group of architecturally significant hotels and lodgings dating from the interwar period in western North Carolina. The lodge is built of mostly chestnut logs cut from its woodlands: the interior of the lodge is sheathed with broad boards of varied species of hardwoods. The lodge is listed on the National Register of historic places and is an American treasure. Recreational opportunities abound in this outdoor paradise: Nantahala Outdoor Center, Nantahala National Forest, Nantahala Lake, Lake Fontana, and the Appalachian Trail are in close proximity. 3 Hours from Atlanta, 9 largest city in America. A lifetime opportunity.