Our real log cabin sits atop a ridge line in the 2,500 acre secluded, private and gated Buck Mountain community in western Wilkes county just seven miles from North Carolina's Blue Ridge Parkway.
WOLF DEN Cabin is just like the mountain cabin you've dreamed about.
Imagine sitting in one of the six 'Cracker Barrel' rocking chairs on WOLF DEN'S generous covered porches, wrapped in your snugly robe, sipping your morning coffee and recharging yourself as you escape from the pressures of the outside world while nestled in a forest of trees looking out towards a captivating mountain range vista.
Escape from the world or stay connected with our broadband WIFI, guest computer, AM/FM stereo system, DVD/CD/MP3 player and a DISH satellite receiver with all local TV channels.
WOLF DEN Cabin will be cleaned before and after your stay. Additional cleanings and other personal services can be arranged upon request.
We have made it easy to protect your vacation investment by offering affordable Trip Protection Insurance which, with some limitations, covers trip cancellation, trip interruption (weather delays), travel delay, baggage delay, emergency assistance (emergency medical transportation), accidental death and dismemberment. PLEASE INQUIRE.
WOLF DEN Cabin at Buck Mountain is in a perfect location for year-round family vacations. The cabin is situated a few miles off US 421, twelve miles west of Wilkesboro, North Carolina and seventeen miles east of Boone, North Carolina with Blowing Rock just beyond. Tweetsie Railroad is 35 miles from WOLF DEN Cabin and the venerable Grandfather Mountain (with its 'mile high swinging bridge') is just 40 miles away.
In addition to the comfort and serenity at the cabin, Buck Mountain offers stunning walking/hiking trails, a waterfall and a stocked fishing pond.
There is so much to do in North Carolina's Blue Ridge but you may choose to do nothing at all savoring every moment at WOLF DEN Cabin at Buck Mountain. Come and enjoy!
Keywords: Mountain Rough Hewn Log Cabin
We stayed in the cabin during some glorious weather events and were thrilled that the back deck offered complete protection from the elements. It was great to be in the cabin in that forest during a storm. Then, as the sun was setting, it appeared in all its glory, the birds were fluttering about, we saw three deer and those Margaritas tasted even better.
Thanks for being such great hosts to our family.
Very near by is the huge W. Kerr Scott Lake with over 55 miles of shoreline, totaling over 1475 acres of surface area. Kerr Scott Lake offers seven boat launches and one marina (Wilkes Skyline Marina). The lake is a fully recreational lake for swimming, boating (gas or electric engines), sailing, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boats, jet skiing, water skiing, tubing, wake-boarding, etc. There are four nearby snow ski resorts that also offer summer recreational activity. Tweetsie Railroad and Grandfather Mountain are also a short commute to/from the cabin.