Woodlane House - Your Home Away from Home

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From $50 / night

Mill Spring Road (NC-108), Tryon, NC 28722
Woodlane House - Your Home Away from Home
4 bedrooms
10 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 10
Type: Cottage
Per night: $109
Per week: $549
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Tryon vacation cottage rental
Welcome to Woodlane House, your "Home Away from Home" in beautiful Polk County, North Carolina. Woodlane House is a four-bedroom residence in Columbus, North Carolina (40 miles south of Asheville on I-26) fully furnished and serviced for medium-length stays, rented by the week or month-to-month. It's an economical, pleasant, and quiet place to live while you're working on temporary assignment in the area, or while your new home is being built in fast-growing Polk County.

Polk County is located halfway between Asheville, North Carolina and Spartanburg, South Carolina "where the foothills meet the mountains". Majestic White Oak Mountain (elevation 3,300 feet) rises just above Woodlane House.

If you're a busy business professional who prefers a peaceful respite instead of the usual hubbub found at most hotels, Woodlane House is a pleasant alternative.

If you're a family attending a reunion or relocating to Polk County, you'll find Woodlane House a great value with plenty of beds and space.

If you're an equestrian and will be participating in a local riding event, you'll find Woodlane House convenient to all of Polk County's venues.

Woodlane House is owned and operated by Kangaroo Products Company, maker of the "World's Finest Motorcaddies" for walking golfers. Our headquarters is right next door.

Mike Whitt

Area Information
Tryon and Columbus, North Carolina are a friendly small towns with a variety of amenities and practical services. Gibson Park is nearby, with its summer swimming pool and tennis courts. Visitors and residents congregate at Stearns Park, across from the courthouse, with its paved walking lap trail favored by young and old. Polk County Library is open Tuesday-Saturday. Isothermal Community College offers many public programs. St. Luke's Hospital offers a particularly good exercise trail in the surrounding natural woods.

Five miles and ten minutes away from Woodlane House is Tryon, North Carolina, one of the most sophisticated villages in the South. There you will find the Tryon Fine Arts Center, historic Tryon Movie Theatre with its special film series, good restaurants, The Upstairs Artspace, contemporary art gallery, and fine specialty retail shops. Other good restaurants and specialty shopping are in nearby Landrum, South Carolina, which is the next exit southeast on Interstate 26 and "up the mountain" in Saluda, North Carolina, which is the next exit northwest.

Seven miles / 15 minutes away, straddling the North Carolina/South Carolina state line, is Foothills Equestrian Nature Center, with its extensive network of foot, horse, and carriage trails open to the public free of charge. Ten miles away is popular Green River recreation area, where kids especially like floating down on inner tubes. Hikers enjoy trails to Upper and Lower Bradley Falls from Holbert Cove Road. History buffs enjoy visiting antebellum Green River Plantation in eastern Polk County.

Behind Woodlane House rises Tryon Peak and White Oak Mountain. The steep drive up is spectacular, with Upper and Lower Shunkawakan Falls, and spectacular views to north and south at the summits. There are numerous other beautiful areas in the vicinity, including the Hunting Country equestrian neighborhood with beautiful horse farms, Lake Adger with its excellent fishing, and Lake Lanier on the North Carolina - South Carolina border. The Highway 176 Scenic Byway is a drive that takes you up 1000 feet in altitude from Tryon to the charming village of Saluda. On the way, visit Pearson's Falls and the Wilder Nature Preserve maintained by Pacolet Area Conservancy.

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Nov 01 2016 Dec 31 2017 $109 $109 $549 $1,500 -
Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 9.75%
Deposits: 50% deposit required when making reservation.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: One pet is allowed, at a nominal charge of $10 per day (when the daily rate applies) or $20 per week (when the weekly rate applies), with prior reservation and by specific approval of the property Manager. The Manager ordinarily approves a cat, bird, or well-behaved dog. There's no fenced area. Since service staff will be entering the dwelling, sometimes without prior appointment, no threatening or constantly-barking dogs are allowed on the premises. Any damage caused by pets will be repaired at
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