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Price and Availability Index Murphy
Vacation Rental Price Information in Murphy
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months in Murphy. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in October (10/6 - 10/13), where prices hit an average of $151 a night. On the other hand, in January you will find the cheapest prices (1/5 - 1/12). Prices this week are on average $132 a night.
Rental Availability Information in Murphy
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Murphy. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 12 months is in July (7/28 - 8/4), where 45% of the vacation rentals are booked. People tend to travel less to Murphy during a week in November (11/10 - 11/17) when only 8% of the rentals are booked.
The Weather in Murphy
Find the Murphy climate diagram. July is the warmest month in Murphy with average maximum temperatures of 84°. However, temperatures can go lower than 28° in Murphy in January. The wettest month is January with 15 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 7 rainy days in October, which is the driest month.
Have it your way at a vacation rental in Murphy, NC
Typical cabin rentals in Murphy, NC, sit in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains close to one of Murphy's two rivers. They have a cozy and comfortable atmosphere with all modern amenities included.
Dining out in Murphy
Don't miss out on The Daily Grind & Wine for the best coffee in town. Located at a historical site in the center of downtown, this eclectic coffee shop with a twist offers sandwiches, salads, and pastries. Enjoy locally brewed beer and wine as you listen to live music every Wednesday and Friday evening.
Murphy's Chophouse on Valley River Avenue offers a fine dining experience in a relaxed and beautiful atmosphere. Sip signature cocktails and wines on the patio and order something extraordinary for dinner, such as their garlic- and bacon-crusted ribeye or peach salmon.
Head up Peachtree Street for ShoeBooties Café, a family-run establishment serving up classic American food. Their soups, pasta, ribs, and burgers are all served up made-to-order, hot, and fresh. Get there when the entertainment starts and finish off the evening with trivia or a live music performance.
To learn about the history of the native Cherokee who once occupied Murphy, head to Peachtree Street in the downtown district and immerse yourself in the exhibits at the Cherokee County Historical Museum. See authentic Native American artifacts as well as gemstones and minerals from the area.
Make sure to check out the Valleytown Cultural Arts And Historical Society, located a short drive north of Murphy in neighboring Andrews. The society is housed in a landmark church and is dedicated to supporting and showcasing local artists and theater.
If you do decide to visit the historical society in Andrews, look at the event calendar online before you go to decide which event is right for you. Attend any day to visit the art museum located on the first floor of the building, featuring Native American art, photography, and sculpture.
Excursions around Murphy
Get in touch with nature by visiting Fires Creek Recreation Area, a short 20-minute drive east down Highway 64. This area offers a scenic hiking trail covering 25 miles of the rugged Appalachian landscape. Splash and fish for trout in the stream bordering the area.
Go ahead and check out the Murphy River. Walk to see a bit of the region's history while enjoying the great outdoors. You can view the Old L&N Depot at the trailhead, then meander through three miles of walking trails before arriving at picturesque Konehete Park.
Head to Hiwassee Lake for some good old-fashioned watersports. Swimming, jet skiing, waterskiing, tubing, kayaking, canoeing, and boating are some of the activities you can indulge in. To rent equipment, head over to the Mountain View Marina on the north side of town.
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