Recline on a plush red chaise lounge beneath an angle-point lamp in the smartly appointed living area of this loft apartment. Wooden floorboards add warmth to the space, while expansive windows allow plentiful natural light. Includes a BBQ deck.
“Aram and Linda's property was beautiful. My family and I stayed here during quarentine. Aram and Linda thoughtfully provided us a folder that contained places to go as well as places that were closed during this time. The room overlooks the mountains, was clean, and thoughtfully arranged. I definitely recommend this place, especially since there are cute goats on the property!”
Situated on the edge of the Linville Gorge, we are 1 mile from the Pisgah National Forest and 3 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway. The perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts, weekend warriors or book nerds. Grab a picnic and hike to a secluded river spot, road bike "The Snake" to Little Switzerland, mountain bike some of the sweetest, technical descents, trail run for hours without seeing another soul, or just pour a glass of wine and finally finish that James Patterson book.
“This space was just perfect for our needs! The location is serene and quaint. The quality of the bed linens were an added bonus! The weather did not allow for us to get out and explore the nature elements as we would have liked, but we’re looking forward to another chance in the future to really maximize our vacation!”
Two-bedroom, two bath cabin eight miles south of Boone, North Carolina on Highway 105 in the Watauga River Valley. Fifteen minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway and Blowing Rock. A large covered wrap-around porch offers the best sittin' in the Blue Ridge and a pleasing mountain view. Enjoy your solitude or entertain in the spacious great room. Many popular attractions are nearby.
“This place is great. Exactly right for 3 friends looking for a getaway weekend. It's the little things that really add up-- good cookware, extra pillows, ability to easily manage the temperature, strong wifi, bathroom supplies, comfortable furniture. It all sounds mundane until you stay somewhere that doesn't have it. This is the house I would build for myself if I had a mountain horse.”