Reflection offers a remote setting, yet it is easily accessible. The community is less than three hours from Atlanta or Chattanooga, about four hours from Charlotte or Greenville, and just two hours from Asheville. Nestled on the shore of Lake Nantahala among the towering mountains of western North Carolina, Reflection is nearest the small town of Andrews.
This area is steeped in Native American history and folklore; the western North Carolina mountains provide the setting for Charles Frazier’s evocative novels, Cold Mountain and Thirteen Moons. It is a mosquito-free oasis in the summer; the temperature is often 10-20 degrees cooler at its 3,000 foot elevation. However, the winters are moderate and mild – perfect for a cozy fire.