Two-bedroom, two bath cabin eight miles south of Boone, North Carolina just off Highway 105 in the Watauga River Valley. Twenty minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway and Blowing Rock. A large covered wrap-around porch offers the best sittin' in the Blue Ridge and a pleasing mountain view. Enjoy your solitude or entertain in the spacious great room. Many popular attractions are nearby.
“Excellent place to stay, pretty much midway between downtown Boone and Banner Elk area. The road and driveway up to the house were dirt, but well maintained and easy to navigate! The house was clean with lots of pillows, towels, and kitchen necessities available. A ton of games for kids & adults and a nice covered porch for rainy days. House was super clean and beds were comfortable. Would definitely recommend!”
Cozy, quiet cabin with spectacular views of the Gorge. A home away from home with all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay.
“This was our second year coming back to this place. We absolutely love the views and enjoying the back porch. The sights and sounds of nature are incredible and always leave us refreshed. Perfect size for a small family. The Roku TV is great for the evenings and watching shows. Bed is comfortable in the master and amenities are all you could want. Bathroom is jack and Jill style with the second bedroom so something to consider depending on what kind of group you are. The second bedroom is a bunk bed. We look forward to our visit again next year if it works out!”
Welcome to the Secret Shack ... set on private 16 Acres just 8 minutes from downtown Blowing Rock! Tucked away on its own rock ridge glued directly to the living rock! The Secret Shack hangs its deck out through the trees to outstanding views of GrandFather Mountain, the peaks of Hawksbill and TableRock in the Linville Gorge, and the John’s River gorge below the cabin.
“We really enjoyed our stay. The cabin is cozy and clean, with incredible views from the master bedroom and the deck. Location is quiet and very private. The hot tub is located below the deck, but still has a pretty good view of Grandfather Mountain. The kitchen is small but sufficiently equipped with all the plates, silverware, pots/pans etc. that we needed. The drive is no problem in a 2WD car in the summer, though it does have some steep, winding parts. Try to arrive your first night while there's still daylight. We would definitely stay here again.”