Boone Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Log Cabin - 4 Bedrooms + Sleeper Sofa bed - 3 Baths - (Sleeps 8-10)
Unwind and enjoy the wonderful views while rocking on the covered wrap around deck. You can also take in the views while relaxing in the hot tub, then warm up in front front of the cozy wood-burning fireplace in the family room. The kitchen has been stocked with everything you need, whether you're preparing a large group meal or a romantic dinner for two. Take in those great views from the dining table while you eat!
The cabin features TVs in each bedroom and family room including DVD/VCRs. Cheer for your favorite team on the 60' Plasma big screen TV with Blue Ray/DVD player. Free un-secure internet access is available for your laptops and mobile devices.
Snuggle up with your favorite book on the upper level loft (and maybe catch a nap) in a cozy overstuffed chair or just sit back, relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of the Blue Ridge Mountains in this tastefully decorated Log Cabin.
Experience: Whether you want a weekend getaway or an extended stay, tranquility and/or excitement can be found here. At an elevation close to 4000 feet the temperature rarely get's above 80 degrees, so come beat the heat or visit in the winter and enjoy the snow activities.
Most of all come experience why our guests return time and time again to our High Country Hide-Away.
Nearby Area Attractions: Hike to the highest peak in the Blue Ridge Mountains or drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway, which un-spools like a ribbon along the ridge lines of the Appalachians in the North Carolina High Country. The region’s largest town is Boone, which is home to Appalachian State University and its three-time division I-AA national champion football team. The area offers ample opportunities for enjoying the outdoors by hiking, zip line, canoeing, whitewater rafting, skiing, and even picnicking! Heritage and culture are portrayed in a myriad of musical offerings, events, and attractions like Horn in the West, the Music Fest in Sugar Grove, Tweetsie Railroad, the Grandfather Mountain Highland Games, MerleFest, Concerts on the Lawn, square dances at the Todd Mercantile, and back-porch bluegrass jams at the Original Mast Store in Valle Crucis
Contact the Owner: Please refer to the availability calendar on the this website before making an inquiry. I do keep my calendar up to date. My rates are also listed on this website. I do prefer email inquiries, by filling out the contact owner form on the top right side of this website. You can also get an instant quote by filling out your dates and then clicking the instant quote button.
- children welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair accessible
About Ken Bloch
For the last 18 years I have been a full-time Realtor, currently with Keller Williams Realty in Charlotte, NC. Specializing in the Lake Norman area about 20 miles north of Charlotte. Over the years I have learn location, location location are the 3 most important words in real estate. I strongly feel that I have a great central location to all the activities you will want to do on your visit to the High Country. Come spend sometime at my cabin and find out for yourself!
Ken Bloch purchased this cabin in 2004
Why Ken Bloch chose Boone
Being a Realtor I know that LOCATION is key when buying Real Estate. I spent several years looking for the perfect cabin in the perfect location and I finally found it. The community is well hidden but easy to get to yet it's conveniently located 6-7 miles from Blowing Rock, Boone, Valle Crucis (home of the Original Mast General Store) and many other nearby amenities including Boone Golf Course, which is open to the public, numerous great places to hike, Grandfather Mountain, Tweetsie Railroad, and Banner Elk.
What makes this cabin unique
Peace and quite, beautiful views, nature (a good chance you will see deer or turkeys) all of the great amenities I have added to the cabin including pool table, hot tub, 60 inch Plasma TV to watch your favorite sports team or Blue Ray for movies, x-box for the kids, TV's in every bedroom, some with DVD's. You won't be roughing here.
Guestbook comments from the owner
As ASU grads, we have been coming "home" to Boone with our family for years. This cabin has been, by far, the best place to stay. The location is perfect. It seems like the middle of nowhere, but it's only about 10 minutes to the 105/421 intersection in Boone, and 15 minutes to Blowing Rock. We wore the kids out at Appalachian Ski Mtn. one day and Hawksnest the next, made spaghetti dinners one night, steaks the next, and put the kids to bed. The best part... the adults could stay up, talk, watch a movie, or play pool with no worries about waking the little ones. And the hot tub on the deck, what a great way to wind down. You can't do that in any of the hotels in Boone or B&B's in Blowing Rock!! I would definitely recommend to anyone from a group of adults getting away, to families with small kids. We had 8 people which included 4 kids aged 5 to 8 and had plenty of room. The house was spotless when we got there and the owner was extremely quick in returning the deposit. Great, great vacation!!