Tree Top Getaway in NC Mountains-NOW HAS WIFI!
From $90 / night
|Per night:||$95 - $105|
Pets allowed: No
The main floor features a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, cozy living room area, laundry area, master bedroom, full bath and walkout deck in the tree tops with a charcoal grill and seating. Open upstairs loft area features a second queen bed and two twin beds. It includes central heat and a great wood-burning fireplace. Satellite TV also included.
This property is in a great location for a weekend getaway for two or a small family! Convenient to West Jefferson and all that the greater Boone area has to offer. Located only a short-drive off US 421 from the south and east. This property has 2 Queen(s), 2 Twin(s).
High Country Resort Rentals
The High Country offers something for everyone in every season. Outdoor enthusiasts relish the numerous state parks in the region during the summer months, including Elk Knob State Park, Grandfather Mountain State Park, New River State Park, Three Top Mountain Gamelands Area and Mount Jefferson State Park. With some of the highest elevations in the Southeast, the summer months offer a cooler alternative to points south. Additionally, the headwaters of the New River and its tributaries offer trout flyfishing and several outfitters offer guided trips, kayaking and tubing. The region also boasts lots of shopping, particularly arts and crafts shops in Boone, Blowing Rock, West Jefferson, Banner Elk and Todd.
Summer also brings a variety of cultural events to the High Country. Boone, West Jefferson, Todd, Banner Elk, Valle Crucis and Blowing Rock each offer free outdoor concerts featuring some of the region's finest artists and showcase the rich musical heritage of the Southern Appalachians. Each town also offers unique shopping experiences with galleries and arts and crafts shops.
In the fall, the High Country is in the spotlight again as the cold frosty mornings of autumn give way to nature's brilliant display of autumn leaf colors. The Blue Ridge Parkway is one of the most popular and best venues for leaf peeping.
And as fall gives way to winter, wax up your skis and get ready to hit the slopes in the High Country. With an average annual snowfall of 35 inches in Boone, the area's ski resorts are typically open from Thanksgiving through the end of February. Appalachian Ski Mountain, Ski Beech, Sugar Mountain Ski Resort, Hawksnest are within about an hours' drive of most points in the High Country. The region is also one of the premier Christmas tree growing regions in the United States. Dozens of small family farms offer choose-and-cut adventures from Thanksgiving to Christmas, complete with hay rides, hot chocolate and, of course, the perfect Christmas Tree.
About the owner
|Jan 01 2016||Dec 31 2017||$105||$95||$630||-||2 Nights|
|Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 3%|
|Deposits: The tenant is required to provide a credit card number for High Country Resort Rentals to keep on file for damages. After the property is vacated, it will be inspected. In the event that there are damages to the property or its contents or there are extraordinary cleaning expenses as a result of your stay, the amount of total damages will be charged to your credit card.|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, Personal Check, Visa|
|Other Fees: All reservations are subject to housekeeping and linen service fee of $75, reservation fee of $45, occupancy tax of 3% and sales tax of 7%. Optional fees: Early Check-in $35 Late Check-out $35|
Reviews for this vacation condo rental in Todd, North Carolina
May 28, 2014
This is an awesome place to relax and get away from everything. Will definitely be going back!!
Raleigh, NC USA
February 27, 2013
I loved everything about this getaway. I can't wait to come back. Walmart and other store wasn't that far away. Instead of another romantic weekend we're going to bring the kids next time.
Enjoyed our stay. Peaceful, restful. Enjoyed the view. Daniel Boone Inn great place to eat in Boone. Snow tubing great. West Jefferson was fun.
Guest from Belhaven, NC January 3, 2015
Lovely day yesterday as we went to Todd and bought sourdough bread. The starter for the sourdough started in 1847 the sign said, and has been continuous since . . .My sweet husband picked up the guitar by the wood stove there in the Todd Mercantile and played "In the Arms of the Angels." This place is soulful. Feels like I am resting in the arms of angels here . . .Blessings,
Guest from King, NC, December 28, 2014
We have once again enjoyed our stay at your mountain retreat. Last year our daughter's favorite thing was saying "boo" to us above from the loft railing! This year we came alone. The weather did not fully cooperate with us, so we spent more time inside than planned. This was exactly what we needed though. The fireplace and cozy furnishings enabled us to relax, read and work on my Bible study for the following week. We absolutely love your place. We returned home with our bodies and souls fully refreshed! It is amazing how one feels so much closer to God when surrounded by beautiful mountains. We look forward to coming back again.
Guest from Cedar Point, NC, February 3-7, 2011
We saw a redheaded woodpecker in the trees--lots of ice and snow on the ground. Amazing view.
Guest from December 27, 2010
Wow! This was a wonderful, relaxing and full of surprises time. We had so much fun enjoying the first sow of the season. Driving in gave us a few flurries but every day we saw more. It was so comfortable here and quiet. I'm looking forward to coming back. Thank you!
Guest from February 7, 2010
This has been a great adventure for us! After going to West Virginia . . . we wanted to come through here to experience the beautiful fall leaves and to play golf at Mountain Aire Golf Course. Your condo has added so much to our experience! It's nice and clean, everything we needed. Getting here the first night was a little tricky . . .Thanks for having us!
Guest from Morehead City, NC, October 16-18, 2010
I have been staying in the beautiful North Carolina mountains as a travel nurse from June to October. Although most of time has been working and sleeping due to 75 hour work weeks, to wake up to such a view of God's majestic works all around has made this a beautiful journey. My spare time has been limited but I have taken the time to enjoy the Parkway, the New River, the Shoppes and the trails, and it has been worth it!
Guest from Durham, NC, October 2006
Thanks for the great house. It really felt like home this summer.
Guest from Summer 2006
Thanks for letting us stay. Everything was great! It was very chilly, just the way we like it.
Guest from January 14, 2005
We decided last minute to come to the mountains for the New year's and we're lucky we found that your cabin was available. Beautiful view from every angle. It was a great place for our family to spend time together. We had all of us together except one of my sisters (next year!) The squirrels may be back for some roasted nuts. We gave them a small New Year's Eve Party. Our favorite part of the house was the fireplace! It reminded me us of New York and added to the winter feel. Thank you!
Guest from Cary, NC, January 2, 2005
P.S. We are an ASU family (1 grad and 2 students . . .perfect for us)
Your place is great! We had a very relaxing Veteran's Day weekend. The weather cooperated all days but one when it rained. We played games, ate and drank. It was perfect. Not knowing the area we hit Ingle's Grocery first. What a great grocery store. With the location, we were tickled to buy groceries and cook in each evening. We visited the outlet mall in Blowing Rock and left the economy better off! The guys played golf at Mountain Aire and loved it! A beautiful course! Thank you for sharing your "place in the woods" It was great to get away from Carteret County.
Guest from Beaufort, NC, November 13, 2004
This was a wonderful way to celebrate the start of a New Year--relaxing before a roaring fire! The weather was beautiful (50s) though unfortunately way too warm for skiing. We thoroughly enjoyed walking around the surrounding hills and sipping hot coffee wrapped in blankets on the porch. Watching the golden-pink sunrise pour over the mountains each morning from the loft was a great start to each day. Thanks for allowing such a perfect vacation.
Guest from Durham, NC, January 1, 2005
Had a great time! Love your place. It is so comfortable and relaxing. We celebrated our 32nd anniversary while we were here. Saw all the sites, ate all the restaurants that serve too much, but that what vacations are all about. The days were warm, but the nights cool and comfortable. Look forward to a return trip. Best wishes,
Guest from July 29, 2002
We came back yet again for another visit. (Great as always!) I enjoyed Mast General Store as well as the parade. I am looking forward to coming back with my family. Hoping to get to kayak next time. Another unbelievably great time.
Guest from November 2001
"Great Way to Get in the Christmas Spirit"
"We have had a wonderful visit in the Cliff Dweller. Among some of the great things we did was kayaking down the South Fork of the New River. Our son was a pro going through some Class 2 rapids. My husband had his first experience catching a Rainbow Trout-very exciting for a seasoned salt water fisherman! What a great start to our Christmas Season as we were able to enjoy the sweet Christmas parade in Blowing Rock. Also lots of pretty lights and decorations on the homes. Probably every 4th or 5th vehicle we passed had a Christmas tree on top! How neat! We so look forward to coming back up from the coast and staying in your cozy place again. We thank you!
Guest from Morehead City, NC, November 25, 2001
We enjoyed staying here again as we have returned for our tenth visit. We are glad to see that the beautiful decor is still here. The scenery was great. We loved kayaking on the New River and visiting Mast General, the outlets and going on many walks. We look forward to coming back again.
Guest from August, 2001
Today is the end of our week here in Fleetwood. Among the things we enjoyed were the lakes here along with the hiking trail up to the falls. We took our two little boys up to the top and looked for deer, turkey and other animal tracks. We found plenty of deer tracks and some live turkey hens with five or six young poults. We also ventured down to the Biltmore-about two hours-very beautiful-worth the ride. Our friends came for the weekend. We enjoyed riding down the river, fishing and Mast General Store.
One week wasn't enough to enjoy the area.
Guest from August 19, 2001
We spent a week here in your beautiful home. Enjoyed the view from the balcony. The weather was pretty but when we first arrived then changed to cool-jacket cool for us. We traveled around each morning to see this beautiful country, then we went into Boone every night to enjoy the Gospel Jubilee Singing . . . I love quilts so your decor was special to me! . . .Thanks for the special week.
Guest from N.E. Texas, August 14, 2000
Fantastic place you have here. We loved the decor, the coziness, and the surrounding areas to visit. Was our first trip out on the Blue Ridge. We had a great time at the antique stores in this area also. We would love to stay again. On our way back to the Sunshine State now.
Guest from Longwood, FL, July 28, 2000
Ashe County is no doubt one of the most beautiful places in North Carolina! We enjoyed the South Fork of the New River and found the staff at Zaloo's Canoes to be very helpful. They run some fun canoe expeditions on some beautiful water. We fished at the base of Fleetwood Falls and used small kernels of corn for bait, upon the advice of some of the local folks we spoke with. Lo and behold we caught the most beautiful rainbow trout we'd ever seen! We enjoyed being here very much!
Guest from Havelock, NC April 28, 2000
Thank you for the great time we had here at Fleetwood Falls. It was a great view from the balcony! While here, we put our canoe over on the South Fork of the New River. We launched from parking area across from the Fleetwood Falls office. It was a perfect day, a little bit of fast water, quiet rapids and we had plenty of water. Once we stopped to picnic, we tried our hand at fly fishing, and caught two small mouth bass and what we think were chub. Near Boone the next day we caught a small rainbow trout in the stream that runs parallel to Hwy. 321. We will be back to stay here often and hope to stay in your home.
Guest from April 2, 2000.
P.S. The decor in your home was great.