Our Cabin

This beautiful and serene mountain log cabin is centrally located near Grandfather Mountain, Boone, Blowing Rock, Banner Elk, and Linville, NC. It features 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, a large loft, and covered front and back porches. The porch rockers and hammock are perfect for relaxing and enjoying the scenic view of the surrounding mountains.

For cooler weather, the wood burning stacked rock fireplace provides a cozy place for reading or watching the 42” flat screen TV. This fully furnished and tastefully decorated home sits on 10 secluded, wooded acres in a gated community.

A paved and well-maintained road leads up to our driveway. In the event of inclement winter weather, four-wheel drive vehicles will be needed to navigate the climb from Highway 105 to the cabin.

Please call 336-998-5252 or 336-817-6129   or email us via our Contact form for more information.


  • 1400 square feet on 1.5 floors
  • Sleeps 6-8
  • Downstairs: Living area, dining area, kitchen, bedroom (queen bed), full (shower) bath with laundry area
  • Upstairs: Bedroom (twin beds); loft (daybed with trundle, double bed), bath (tub/shower)
  • Fully furnished kitchen, electric appliances, dishwasher, ice maker, Weber gas grill, toaster, coffee maker, blender, etc.
  • Linens are furnished
  • Washer and dryer
  • Satellite TV, DVD and Bluray player
  • 42” flat-screen TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Smoke-free
  • No pets
  • Paved road and driveway


Local Attractions

Families have been coming to the High Country for fresh air and wonderful views since the 1800s.

The attractions that have been around longest are areas of natural beauty such as Blowing Rock and Grandfather Mountain. The newer attractions are family-oriented adventures such as Tweetsie Railroad, the strange and curious Mystery Hill and the exciting Hawksnest & Sky Valley Ziplines. Make your memories while you can!

Visit the local wineries. Go outlet shopping at Shoppes on the Parkway. Bike, Hike, or go fishing in cool mountain streams. Grandfather Mountain offers access to multiple trails varying in difficulty from a leisurely walk in the woods to a more challenging hike across rugged peaks.

Try rock climbing and rappelling, or go horseback riding. Go tubing, rafting or canoeing! During the winter, ski at Sugar Mountain, Beech Mountain or Appalachian Ski Resorts, or go snow tubing at Hawksnest!