|Per night:||$95 - $110|
Description of the White Lake vacation cabin rental
The cabin also includes a red heart-shaped Whirlpool tub.
Traveling Hwy 87 S to Dublin from Fayetteville, NC, turn
left on 4th St. for 1/2 mile and make a right onto Suggs Taylor Road. Located 1/4 mile on right.
Less than 1 mile from Houston’s Peanut Outlet in Dublin, only 60 miles from NC Beaches. Near several restaurants, golf courses,White Lake and State Parks.
Lu Mil Vineyard offers seclusion with all the comforts you need for a private, peaceful getaway that is far enough away for complete rest and quiet, yet centered in the
Coastal Plains of Southeastern North Carolina.
|Jun 21 2013||Dec 31 2014||$95||$110||-||-||-|
|Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 6.75%|
|Deposits: Total due at the time of reservations|
|Payment Options: Discover, Mastercard, Visa|
- Air Conditioning
- Parking Included
- View (Lake)
- Hot Tub
- Linens Provided
- Ceiling Fan
- Gas Grill
- Refrigerator (Mini)
- TV (Antenna)
- Coffee Maker
- Grocery Store
- Shopping Area
- Miniature Golf
- Gym/Fitness Center
- Water Skiing
- Water Park
- Movie Theater
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
Reviews for this vacation cabin rental in White Lake, North Carolina
April 16, 2014
We had a wonderful time out on the vineyard. It was so quiet and peaceful out there. The wife had lots of time to relax in the hot tub and read on the porch while I was away taking care of my business endeavors. Thanks for a wonderful stay, Denise and Janice. If I ever find myself back up there I will gladly stay again.
July 8, 2013
We stayed here for a two day get away with relaxing on our minds. It was exactly that. Cabins are super cute and cozy. Very quiet serene setting. The staff at the tasting room were delightful. Bonus: the wines were very good too. Will be back again in the fall.
Morehead City, NC USA
September 20, 2012
We stayed in cabin #3 and thoroughly enjoyed it. We were celebrating our 33rd anniversary so the fact that there was no real kitchen (only a microwave, college sized refrigerator, and 4 cup coffe maker) was no real issue for us. Enough for strawberries, chocolate, cheese and wine. Bring your own paper plates, plastic ware, cutting knives, cork screw, etc. It was harest time when we were there, so sweet grapes could be plucked off the vines just outside the door of the cabin. The front porch overlooked the vineyard, and the back porch overlooked an open grassed hill and two large ponds. The smell of muscadine grapes filled the air in the evenings so we cut off the air conditioner and opened the windows to let in the sweet atmosphere. The heart shaped tub for two was relaxing and within the romantic theme we were looking for. The king sized bed was very comfortable, and after drinking a bottle of the vinyard's wine that we got at the gift shop/deli, we slept like logs. Very relaxing, very clean, very romantic. No phone and no internet, and small quarters, so not a place for work or work outs. TV was there and it worked, but we did not really use it. Weddings were being held all around us (at a distance), but that did not detract at all. The grounds and vineyards are beautiful (no processing on site) for strolling or riding a bike. If the stopper in the tub for 2 had functioned properly, if the kitchen had a small stove and bigger frig, and if there had been a fireplace (though I don't know where they would put those things in such a cozy little cabin) I might have gone all the way to 5 stars. The people were friendly, and the history of the vineyard / Taylor family was intriguing. There was not much to do in the area, very few restaurants to visit, none with a Sunday breakfast, so settle in and entertain yourself; we did. I recommend the stay and would probably go back if I get the opportunity.
NC coast [lower outer banks
July 15, 2012
July 11, 2012
We stayed in cabin #3 with a heart-shaped whirlpool tub and a king-sized bed. The cabin was just perfect for a romantic getaway for a couple like my wife and me. The views of the vineyard and the ponds were beautiful. We loved fishing in the 2 ponds, even though we didn't catch much more than multiple clumps of moss. I wonder if adding some Carp to the pond would help alleviate some of the moss that is so thick all around the shorelines, and then maybe the pond could be regularly stocked with edible fish like Bass, Crappie, and Brim. We also fed a lot of worms to the turtles, but I'm not sure what can be done about that. The only negative I can say about the cabin's amenities is that we were taken by surprise that there were no kitchen utensils or dishes of any sort. The first night we had a difficult time trying to eat what we had cooked on the grill, but we went out and bought some paper plates and plastic cutlery the next day. It would have been nice to know that we needed utensils before we arrived. Even though $110 a night is pretty reasonable for a night in a cabin like this, we would probably prefer driving the extra distance to stay in a cabin like this in the mountains for the same nightly rate. If this cabin were cheaper we may come back more often since it was only about an hour drive from our house, and the mountains are a 4 hour drive. The hosts and staff were very friendly and helpful.
June 17, 2012
I enjoyed my stay it was relaxing,the only thing that could have been better was the mattress not compterble to me ,owners were nice
Lu Mil Vineyard
April 4, 2012
When we arrived at the Vineyard it was busy with a political event. The staff were expecting us. It was nice to walk the grounds and explore on our own. The view from the cabin was very pretty and relaxing. The cabin was clean and perfect. Elizabethtown was very close so it was not a hassle at all to drive to town for dinner. Waking up to quiet and watching osprey was just what we were looking for.
November 13, 2011
I had a great time with my husband as a getaway from the grind. The owners of the cabins/vineyard were there to greet you and everyone was really nice. If you are going to stay here you will need to bring microwaveable or finger foods because there is very limited options for food in the area and no stove in cabins. Overall, really nice time.
Great get away
September 14, 2011
Had a wonderful stay.
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