Luxury Log Cabin,Hot Tub, and 6 miles to town!

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From $67 / night

Black Mountain, NC 28711
Luxury Log Cabin,Hot Tub, and 6 miles to town!
3 bedrooms
6 guests
2 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 6
Type: Cabin
Per night: $150
Per week: $1,000
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Black Mountain vacation cabin rental
Looking for a wonderful place to unwind and relax with your family, Bear Foot Cabin in thee place. This 3 Bedroom, 1 loft, and 2bath home is decorated with a Mountain Elegance feel. The cabin is located in High Rock Acres, which is 6 miles from the town of Black Mountain. While at the property you can soak in the outdoor jacuzzi while gazing at the stars, have a bonfire and cookout, relax and read a book on the dock at the creek, play games provided at the cabin, or watch a movie on the 2 flat screen t.v's. Small Pets considered.

August,Nov-March 2012
$150 per night, $1000 per week. $65 cleaning fee, and 12.75 Lodging tax.

September-Oct 2011
$165 per night, $1000 per week $65 cleaning fee, 12.75% lodging tax.

Mary Noble-Braden

Area Information
Western North Carolina's exciting attractions and fun activities vacation guide for the Appalachian Mountains, Blue Ridge Parkway and Great Smoky Mountains National Park catering to everyone looking for fun things to do in WNC. Our Western NC Attractions included the heart of the Appalachian, Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains . Our Western NC area attractions offer many fun and educational activities which include the Appalachian Trail, Biltmore House & Gardens, Blowing Rock, Cherohala Skyway, Cherokee Bear Zoo, Cherokee Indian Museum, Cherokee Indian Reservation, Chimney Rock Park, the Cradle of Forestry, Deep Creek Tubing, Fields of the Wood, Fontana Dam & Lake, Grand Father Mountain, Great Smoky Mountains Railway, Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest, Linville Caverns, Mountain Farm & Museum, Mountain Waters Scenic Byway, Nantahala National Forest, Nantahala River Rafting, Oconaluftee Indian Village, Pack Place, Pisgah National Forest, The Road to Nowhere, Tribal Bingo, Tsali Biking & Horseback Riding Trails, Tuckasegee River Rafting, the outdoor drama Unto These Hills and WNC Nature Center. Activities available include biking, boating, fly fishing, gem mining, hiking, horseback riding, knee-boarding, lake fishing, mountain biking, rafting, site seeing, snow skiing (at Cataloochee), swimming, tubing, water skiing and waterfall guide.

While in Black Mountain discover numerous upscale gift shops, galleries, excellent restaurants, weekly farmers markets, and Appalachian-style craft stores. Visit Montreat just minutes from downtown Black Mountain. Montreat has great shops, Lake Susan, numerous hikes, and one of the best play grounds!

For a detailed list of attractions and great places to eat, please request an email with our suggestions.

About the owner

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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jul 22 2016 Dec 31 2017 $150 $150 $1,000 $2,000 2 Nights
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 12.75
Deposits: $200 deposit, additional $50 pet deposit
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check
Other Fees: $65 cleaning fee

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Maureen Wright Davis

Family Vacation

Maureen Wright Davis

Winter Park, FL

Family Vacation

August 4, 2011

We enjoyed a full week at the cabin. I have a family of five, with kids ranging in age from 11 to 20. There was plenty to do for all of us. The cabin is large and wonderfully comfortable with a full kitchen, 2 baths, tv, internet, games, hot tub, grill, firepit and sitting area by the creek. We enjoyed spending evenings by the firepit roasting s'mores and my son loved wading in the creek looking for rocks. The area is beautiful and just outside of town where they have wonderful restaurants, stores, putt putt and a grocery. The town also has the convenience of some fast food too. The location is wonderful convenient to Asheville and the Pisguah Ntnl Forest. During our week there we visited the Biltmore, Asheville, Cherokee, Sliding Rock and train ride to Bryson City. The weather was wonderful and the area quiet and secluded without being remote. We loved the town of Black Mountain and the people were wonderful. We can not wait to go back!

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