Secluded Cottage Rental Overlooking South Toe River Valley in Burnsville, North CarolinaBurnsville, North Carolina (United States of America)
Secluded Cottage Rental Overlooking South Toe River Valley in Burnsville, North Carolina
"Our trip was truly wonderful and the cabin was outstanding. We will be back!"
Riverfront cottage for rent in Burnsville, North Carolina
This secluded cottage is located in Burnsville, North Carolina, and can accommodate 10 guests. There are three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms inside the accommodation. The master bedroom features a king-size bed, while the second bedroom has a queen-size bed. The final bedroom has two sets of twin bunk beds, and linens and towels are provided. Guests can also sleep six more guests on inflatable mattresses in the cottage.
The comfortable living room features a plush leather sofa, an armchair, a flat-screen television, and a large stone fireplace. The kitchen is fully-equipped and features an oven, a stovetop, and a refrigerator.
Outside, there is a gas grill, a deck, a balcony, and spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Perched on top of a hill, the views from the deck of the cottage are unbeatable.
There is ample parking on the property for guests when they arrive, with street parking and driveways available. The accommodation is nestled in the Black Mountains and features spectacular views of the surrounding areas. With a beautiful balcony, guests can walk outside and look at the beautiful western North Carolina scenery.
The accommodation is close to everything, a few minutes away from the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, and 25 minutes away from Mt. Mitchell State Park.
- 1 King-size bed
- 1 Queen-size bed
- 4 Bunk beds
- 1 Sofa bed
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Private Barbecue
During this time of COVID-19 pandemic, we have established a comprehensive disinfecting protocol to minimize the possibility of infection from previous guests. We have streamlined our check-in procedures to minimize contact. Our properties are thoroughly cleaned and every surface and hand contact points are disinfected with special attention to high use items (door knobs, faucet handles, cabinet handles & knobs, light & lamp switches, etc.). All linens are disinfected with bleach in the wash. Furniture is misted with disinfectant.
Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Burnsville, North Carolina (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- National Park
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding additional charge
- Whitewater rafting
- Zip-lining additional charge
- Wildlife watching
Nestled in the fantastic and lush Pisgah National Forest along the Blue Ridge, there are plenty of incredible things to do when visiting the rugged North Carolina Mountains. Guests can explore the many great hiking and biking trails in this part of the southern Appalachian Mountains. A must-do is a visit to the Black Mountain State Park, with five of the tallest peaks east of the Mississippi in this mountain range. The closest one - Mt. Mitchell, visible from the Mitchell View cabin and easily accessible by car, also happens to be the tallest, towering over the region at almost 7,000 feet high.
Visitors should take the chance to explore the mountains with great trails and visit the observation deck at the peak of Mitchell with scenic views overlooking the North Carolina countryside. The Black Mountains are also home to the only alpine forest in the eastern United States. Glampers can explore and enjoy the fairy tale setting of moss-covered trees and the eternal smell of Christmas through the spruce and fir pine-lined trails. The mountains are waterfall country and many are easily accessible, while others offer a challenge to access, but hikers are rewarded with magnificent waterfalls that take guests' breath away.
Glampers looking for culture can head into the city of Asheville, the cultural center of western North Carolina. The downtown area is also great to check out the shops, bars, and restaurants, for a taste of the local culture and cuisine as well as the many crafts from the region.
The spectacular Biltmore House, built at the turn of the twentieth century by the Vanderbilts as their summer mountain retreat, is open to the public year-round and offers a view of high society living during the start of the 1900s.