|Per week||$750 - $795|
A secluded 15 acre mountain valley retreat. Dedicated to your inner childs connection to the organic and the serenity awakened when you can recognize the species through the sound of its wing. You and your family are invited to forget your schedules and let the moss between your toes - heal your soul. The cabin is perched high above wild flower meadows, 3 stocked ponds and a mtn. brook - so watchful parenting doesnt disturb exploration. Slow-sloped grassy terraces wind from every direction to the brook and ponds, so grandparents can �take the long way� on their stroll to the weenie roast.
High above the Warren Wilson College valley (3200')- you�re minutes from finedining or Mt. Mi tchells vistas. The ranch-style cabin is located on the lower 3 acres and the peak of the property abuts the Ashevi lle Watershed. A very private retreat on a no-thoroughfare road where time has no dominion.
|Aug 17 2015||Nov 30 2015||-||-||$750||-||1 Week|
|Apr 08 2016||Oct 31 2016||-||-||$795||-||1 Week|
|: 1 p.m. : 1 p.m.|
|Payment Options: , Cashier's Check, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa|
|Other Fees: Cleaning Fee = $70.00|
Reviews for this vacation cabin rental in Asheville, North Carolina
Don't trust the owner
January 25, 2008
We were told we would get our deposit back, after our rental stay and it's now 7 weeks later and nothing! We had an OK stay at the moutnain house. There was smelly food in the refrigerator. The mountain house is dark and basic. The ponds for fishing are just feet from the road. I wouldn't waste your relaxing time at this place, you lose all that dealing with someone who is not truthful.
Highly recommended for families with kids.
August 17, 2005
The kids can play and run free - no worries, we can see them from the house on the hill. Lots of biking, fishing an exploration on the 15 acres. Highly recommended because it's not on a steep mtn. side where the kids would have no where to play.
"I've rented cabins and condos - but then you have to put the monsters back in the van to go do things. So, the beauty of Kinderook Hollow is that the kids can hit the door and run to the ponds with their fishing pools, play in the stream and chase butteflies - while we watch from the hill and dont have to cart them somewhere to get wild - loved it." Sally Beaucatcher
"Hey, we had a blast. Parents stayed in the cabin and the kids camped next to the stream - a mini family reunion without the usual 'Daddy take us somewhere'." Bob Elliot