Cozy Tent Cabin in Appalachian Mountains near Asheville, North Carolina
Description of Glamping Units
Located in the spectacular Appalachian Mountains in North Carolina, this cozy tent cabin makes for an unforgettable glamping getaway for two to Madison County. Glampers will be able to disconnect from the congestion and stress of the city and reconnect with nature in this beautifully constructed tent cabin. Guests can lie in their homey queen-size bed while listening to the sound of the rain falling against the canvas, before waking up to incredible views of the Appalachian Mountains and the surrounding woodlands. The cooler is ideal for chilling the evening's drinks, which can be enjoyed on the private front porch of the tent cabin while gazing up at the tapestry of stars.
There is a propane gas grill that glampers can use to make meals in the tent with, as well as cutlery and dishes. The tent cabin is lit by the solar lights, and guests can enjoy a hot shower each morning at the separate bathhouse, which is just a few steps away from the tent. Read More
- Fire pit
- Linens provided
- Queen-size bed
- Running water
- Towels provided
The glamping tents blend adventure with comfort, as guests are treated to a propane gas grill for cooking and a coffee percolator so they won’t miss out on that essential morning brew and cooked breakfast. The tents also come with dishes and a cooler. Lighting is provided by solar lights, and hot water can be found in the beautifully crafted bathhouse, just a short walk from the tent, where guests can also enjoy a hot shower.
As parking space is limited, guests have access to one parking space per tent, and each tent comes with its own front porch with patio furniture.
- Deck or balcony
- Fire pit
Location + Surroundings
This mountain getaway is based one mile outside of the charming town of Marshall in Madison County, North Carolina, and makes for the ultimate glamping experience. Guests will be staying “off the beaten path” and will need a quarter of a mile hike up scenic mountain country road passing views of forest and mountains before arriving at the glamping site. The tents are located on a secluded private property surrounded by green fields and lush forest, and guests will be able to sit on the front porch and gaze at the starry skies or lay in their beds and listen to the sounds of nature.
The French Broad River passes through downtown Marshall where guests can enjoy kayaking, canoeing, and fishing, while Blannahassatt Island has a walking and cycling track where guests can admire the views and the mountain breeze. Marshall can be reached from Asheville in 30 minutes by car and from Charlotte in two and a half hours. Read More
- Wildlife viewing
Madison County is based in the stunning mountains of western North Carolina and visitors have an array of outdoor activities on offer as well as being able to explore the charming town of Marshall. Guests can kayak, canoe, or raft down the French Broad River or cycle around the trails of Blannahassatt Island or, for the more adventurous, to Asheville city itself along a 20-mile road. Sandy Bottom Trail Rides gives guests the chance to roam the mountains on horseback just like the old days while passing the incredible Madison County views. Hiking routes can be found throughout Marshall and the surrounding mountains and guests can even try their hand at zip-lining in one of the county’s many adventure parks.
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
Guests should pack very light as there is no access to tents by car and the walk is about a quarter of a mile.
Guests should be aware that cell service can be limited in the glamping tents, and there is no electricity on-site.
Guests are advised to bring a flashlight, as the country road leading to the tents have limited lighting.
No pets or smoking are allowed in the tents, and the property is not suitable for parties or events.
The road to the campsites is in the mountains and can be hilly. Read More