The Limestone cabins are the perfect mountain getaway! Our vacation rental cabins are great for honeymoons, anniversaries, birthdays and more! The Limestone cabin is located approximately 5 minutes from Hot Springs, NC. The cabin itself is over a hundred years old! We carefully dismantled it piece by piece and relocated it to the banks of the French Broad river. The cabin comes with a fully equipped kitchen, gas and charcoal grill, so there is no need to eat out!
It also features a private hot tub on the back porch with privacy blinds. The cabin sleeps a maximum of four people. A queen size bed located upstairs and sofa bed downstairs. While your stay at the Limestone cabin you can enjoy countless activities nearby and on-site! Things to do include: on-site fishing, biking, hiking, exploring the land surrounding the cabin, white water rafting, horseback riding and of course the famous Hot Springs Spas. Also, if you feel the need to do some light traveling during your stay you can venture to Asheville, NC-home to the Biltmore House and many, many more attractions.
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Greetings, I'm Harold Finley and Sadie Finley my wife are the owners of the Limestone Cabin. We are both natives of the Hot Springs area and are firm believers in southern hospitality! This is currently our only vacation rental, however, we have a few long term rentals in the area. I also have a grading business as well. We have enjoyed meeting new people visiting the area and hope to meet many more in the future! If you have any other questions for us feel free to let us know!
The cabin was originally located in the city limits of Hot Springs, NC. The cabin itself was over a hundred years old! An heir to the cabin was going to have the cabin torn down, so I decided to carefully take it apart and have it re-built. I decided to have the cabin moved and refurbished to some land I owned by the French Broad River. I wanted to share this piece of history and location with others that might be appreciative of it.