Secluded Family-Friendly Cabin Rental on 90 Acres in Newland, North CarolinaNewland, North Carolina (United States of America)
Secluded Family-Friendly Cabin Rental on 90 Acres in Newland, North Carolina
"This cabin was absolutely perfect for our retreat. It is in a wonderful, small little town and Nancy is the nicest lady! The land had ton of fun thi…"
This family-friendly cabin rental lies in a private hollow in Newland, North Carolina, with 90 acres for guests to explore. There are four bedrooms in total with one and a half bathrooms. The master bedroom has a queen bed and is connected to a second bedroom with one twin bed. Upstairs in a lofted area, there are two other bedrooms, one with two queen beds and the other with three twin beds, accommodating a total of 10 guests. The full bathroom has a shower and the half bathroom is near the laundry facilities in the cabin.
In the den or living room, at the center of the space is a soapstone fireplace for which the hosts provide wood and kindling. There is also a TV with 90+ channels, a local land line telephone, and DVD player in the den, with a full movie library and a hook-up for an iPad, tablet, or laptop, that of course also can be connected to Wi-Fi. If guests don't feel like watching a movie, the host has stocked the cabin rental with games of all kinds, a fantastic book and music library, and a karaoke machine. The kitchen is simple but is stocked with everything guests might need to prepare and enjoy meals together, with a dining table that seats 12.
Outside, guests have plenty of space to relax and enjoy the serene surrounding landscape. On the front of the rental is a covered porch furnished with a swing, rockers, and seating for eight to 10 guests. Guests can relax and listen to the creek babbling in the distance and enjoy the company of loved ones.
Outback, there is a charcoal grill as well as an outdoor grilling pit. The grilling pit sits beside a large bonfire area beside the creek, where guests can roast marshmallows and share stories or stargaze.
Guests are sure to have a relaxed and comfortable stay at this property. From the covered front porch with a swing and rockers to outback where there is a charcoal grill, as well as an outdoor grilling pit beside a large bonfire pit in the yard along the creek, guests have plenty of space to enjoy the great outdoors.
Indoors, the cabin has everything necessary to make guests feel at home including a wood burning fireplace and a television with Direct TV with 90+ channels, a DVD player, a karaoke CD player, Wi-Fi service, a local telephone landline, and loads of games to enjoy from dominoes and monopoly to cards and more. Of course, towels and linens are provided as well as a fully stocked kitchen with all the pots, pans, dishes, and utensils guests need to make themselves at home. There is also an electric organ in the den for the avid musician in the family.
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
CLEANING PROCEDURES AND PROTOCOLS • Block off 72 hours between guests for proper cleaning procedures and safety guidelines. • Wait 24 hours after guest departures before housekeeper enters cabin to clean. • Mask, Gloves, & PPE gowns worn when entering and cleaning cabin upon guest’s departures. • Guest remove all their Trash themselves when departing the cabin. • Guest wash all Towels used before departing the cabin. • Guest gather all Linens used insert them in a used pillowcase themselves and leaves in Laundry room for the housekeeper upon departure. • Housekeeper’s cleaning procedure: o Mask, glove & PPE up before entering o Remove any trash and all laundry left behind. o Dispose of gloves used and apply new gloves prior to cleaning. o Wipe down all surfaces with soapy hot water, and disinfectant cleaners. o Wash all rugs and cloth materials in the home. o Sweep, Mop and Vacuum all floors o Reset the cabin for the next guests o Spray entire cabin: walls, floors, doors, windows, switches, knobs, lamps, furniture, and all surfaces with commercial CDC approved 99.9% sanitation germicide, bacteria & virus killing spray. o Wait at least 7 hours for sanitation spray to dry before anyone enters the cabin.
Check-in: 03:00 AM
Check out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Some spaces are shared
Damage deposit: 250.00 per unit / per stay
Initial Firewood is provided for rentals. Additional will be charged $40 per stay
No smoking in the cabin. Only on porches and outside. Please do not throw your butts on the ground!
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Newland, North Carolina (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
No matter the season, glampers staying at this cabin will find themselves surrounded by outdoor fun. Spring and summer bring lots of festivals, fairs, craft shows, antiques, white water rafting, tubing on the rivers, zip-lining, gem mining, amusement parks like Tweetsie Railroad Amusement Park and the Land of Oz Amusement Park, horseback riding, four wheeling, fishing, caverns, caves to explore, Price Julian Lake, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Watauga Lake, Wildcat Lake, breweries and wineries, hiking, bicycling, and lots more.
In the fall and winter, there are more festivals like Wooly Worm Festival to predict the winter, fall leaves to look at, apple butter to be made, honey to be collected, and more. When there is snow on the ground, guests should head to the Sugar Mountain Ski Slopes, which are 10 miles away in Banner Elk, North Carolina. Visitors can spend the day skiing or snowboarding, tubing, ice skating, and cross-country skiing. Beech Mountain Ski Slopes lie just a little further afield, about 20 minutes from the site. Jonas Ridge Snow Tubing is another popular place only a few miles from the rental, where families can enjoy tubing together. When it snows guests will need an AWD vehicle or a 4x4 vehicle to transverse the roads safely. Although the main roads get scraped and salted pretty well for tourists, the side roads and off roads can get treacherous in standard two-wheel drive vehicles.
The hollow in which this property lies has miles of trails, streams, creeks, and waterfalls to explore. Beyond the 90 acres of the property, Grandfather Mountain, North Carolina, and Roan Mountain State Park in Tennessee are 10 minutes from the cabin where guests can spend the day outside hiking, mountain biking, and more.
Come summer, a great way to spend time outside is on the water. There are several rivers in the surrounding mountains and guests can find rentals or guided tours in Boone, Banner Elk, Foscoe, and Newland. These are just some suggestions for how guests can spend their time, but there is so much more - the Cherokee National Forest, Pisgah National Forest, hunting, swimming, rock climbing, paragliding, and the list goes on.