Description of Glamping Units
This mountain cabin rental near Morganton, boasts magnificent mountain views and is perfect for families looking for a base while exploring North Carolina. There are two bedrooms and one bathroom altogether in this luxury camping rental. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything guests will need to make scrumptious meals including a coffeemaker, a toaster, a microwave, an oven, a dishwasher, a kettle, dishes, a stove, a refrigerator, a grill, and utensils.
This beautiful cabin includes Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, heating, an electric fireplace, washer and dryer, direct TV, and a well-appointed outside screened deck in the cabin. At the end of the road, glampers can find a magnificent gazebo with an awesome fire pit and hot tub offering outstanding views. Whether guests want to roast s'mores, luxuriate in the hot tub, or relax and enjoy all that the area has to offer, it is certain there will be something for everyone to love. Read More
- Air conditioning
- Linens provided
- Private bathroom
- Private hot tub
- Queen-size bed
- Towels provided
Guests can wake up to the sounds of nature and forget the hectic world they left behind while glamping at this property. Throughout the accommodation, there is Wi-Fi for keeping in contact with family and friends back home, as well as air conditioning for hot summer nights and heating for chillier evenings.
Outside, guests will find a decking area or a screened porch for those who fancy watching the sunset over breakfast. There is a magnificent shared gazebo at this glamping site with an awesome fire pit, hot tub, outdoor barbecue grill, Adirondack chairs, and tables, perfect for outdoor dining, relaxing, and enjoying the views.
- Deck or balcony
- Dining room
- Fire pit
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
Pets are allowed at this property. There is an additional fee of $25.00 for one dog and $15.00 for the second dog.
All properties are non-smoking units. Guests are asked to please smoke in the designated areas only or on the balcony with the patio door closed. Violators will incur an additional charge. Please also make sure the cigarette trash is disposed of properly. Read More
Location + Surroundings
This charming glamping property nestled in the woods is located in the wonderful Mill Spring, North Carolina, and is the perfect destination to enjoy the great outdoors and the picturesque scenery. There are many incredible hiking trails and nature walks in the area, and the site is close to Lake Lure, perfect for boating adventures, scenic sunset tours, and zip-lining. South Mountains State Park and Dupont State Forest is less than one hour and 30 minutes from the property, for those who love exploring, mountain biking, and climbing, while Asheville is less than one hour for a city day trip filled with fantastic attractions. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
Daily maid service is not included in the rental rate but is available upon request for a fee.
- Bird watching
- Hot air balloon
- Paddle boarding
- Spa treatments
- Water sports
- Wine tasting
There are plenty of exciting activities in the area of this glamping property. Guests can take a short drive to Lake Lure, where they will find an assortment of water activities including scenic pontoon boat tours, kayaking, swimming, snorkeling, and fishing. There are incredible zip-lining opportunities and many hiking trails for exploring, wildlife viewing, photography, and picnicking. Additionally, there are golf courses nearby as well as shops, restaurants, and bars.
Asheville is approximately 55-minutes drive from the site with exceptional attractions to suit everyone. Blue Ridge Parkway is a top attraction where glampers can take a drive and view the beautiful scenery, it is certain that guests will be truly amazed. The Biltmore Estate and Gardens, The North Carolina Arboretum, and Craggy Gardens are just a portion of other attractions that guests can check out while in Asheville. Other activities in the area include balloon rides, stand up paddle boarding, river rafting, and bowling.