Spacious Riverfront Vacation Rental for Two in Beautiful Roan Mountain, TennesseeRoan Mountain, Tennessee (United States of America)
Spacious Riverfront Vacation Rental for Two in Beautiful Roan Mountain, Tennessee
Roan Mountain cabins for rent in Tennessee
This spacious riverfront vacation rental can accommodate up to two guests in its roomy interior, which is furnished with a large king-size bed, antique armoire, chest of drawers, and a flat-screen television. The room’s ensuite bathroom is equipped with a standing shower, toilet, ceramic sink, and provided linens. The room also has a small sofa and chair facing the television, where guests can relax after a long day exploring the area around Roan Mountain, Tennessee. The room is located on the ground floor, meaning it is handicapped-accessible and overlooks the rolling lawn and the Appalachian Mountains beyond. Guests can easily access the lodge's sitting area and covered front porch, which is furnished with a line of cushioned rocking chairs, a swinging bench, and small outdoor tables.
Each accommodation comes with a comfy bed, access to a full bathroom, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi connection. There is a lodge main room with a seating area and a wood-burning fireplace. The property also has a covered front porch with rocking chairs.
Breakfast is served every morning, and there is plenty of parking available in the yard.
- 1 King-size bed
- Air conditioning
- Linens and pillows
- Safe box
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Check-in: 03:00 PM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets are considered.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Roan Mountain, Tennessee (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
- Safari/Game drive
- Jeep tours
Roan Mountain State Park and Cherokee National Forest are both beautiful, rustic parks full of wildlife, meandering streams, and tranquil woods. Guests can hike, mountain bike, and climb on any of the trails that spread throughout the parks, including the Appalachian Trail which extends from north to south on the East Coast. Glampers can also take kayaks or canoes to the Doe River for a tranquil paddle downstream, or head an hour north to Watauga Lake to boat and swim in a larger body of water. The area is also ripe with the history of the Cherokee Tribe and American Revolution, so there are a number of heritage sites to visit for those who want to delve into the region’s past. In Johnson City, guests will find plenty of restaurants and breweries to try, as well as a walking tour of the city and a few historic museums.