These private cabins make perfect romantic vacation ideas. But they are also great for families and you can bring your pet. The scenery alone is enough to make this a worthwhile trip. But there is also so much to do. There are loads of outdoor activities like fishing, boating, horseback riding and hiking.
The nearby town of Blue Ridge is known for its wonderful art galleries and many fine restaurants.
The cabins at My Mountain Cabin Rentals are all very reasonably priced and there are plenty of specials run throughout the year.
This really is a great way to get away from the daily grind and not have to clean out the bank account to do it.
This a beautiful place to vacation anytime of the year. If you coming up from Atlanta, Classic Transportation of the Tri-State offers town Car service between Atlanta Hartsfield Airport & Chattanooga Airport and the cabins in My Mountain Cabin Rentals.
These cabins are lovely, comfortable vacation ideas for anyone who wants to experience a mountain getaway. There are plenty of outdoor things to do here both winter and summer. Fish, kayak and raft the whitewater on the Carson River.
The surrounding countryside has miles and miles of trails for mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding. Nearby is Hope Valley Outdoor Center where you can rent any outdoor equipment you may need.
Next to Sorensen’s Resort is Horse Feathers Fly-Fishing School where you can arrange for a day of fly-fishing on the Carson River. After a day of outdoor fun on the resort’s 165 forested acres you can relax in the wood-fired sauna.
The cabins are a little on the primitive side. There is no electricity so light comes from a kerosene lamp, heat from a propane heater and you have a wash basin and bucket if you need to indulge in a sponge bath. A llama brings you food and fresh linens.
But if you are willing to forgo some modern luxuries, you have beautiful spot at the top of the third highest peak in the Great Smoky Mountains. At your doorstep is all the beauty and splendor of the half-million acres of the most visited of all the national parks.
Plus the main lodge with a library, great room and outdoor decks. On the property are 4 spring fed lakes plus hiking and skiing trails. Right next door is the 22,000-acre Nancy Lake State Park with more lakes and miles of trails.
You will have plenty of places to indulge in things like snow shoeing, dog sledding, wildlife watching or fishing for trout, salmon or pike. A flightseeing trip can be arranged to visit Denali glaciers. In the winter a favorite activity is ice skating on Birch Pond. Meals are homemade with fresh local ingredients and you can even have the staff clean and cook the fish you just caught in the lodge pond.
Surrounding the Costanoa Coastal Lodge is Big Basin and Butano Redwoods State Reserve and Ano Nuevo State Reserve. This provides access over 50 miles of hiking and biking trails. You can rent a mountain bike at the lodge.
Enjoy horseback riding tours on one of the on-site Tennessee Walking Horses. Across the highway on the ocean you can surf, swim and explore the coast on a guided kayaking tour. Some of the other activities include a Kids Camp, Guided Naturalist Hikes and Yoga.
The cabins are on 80 acres of private land that is 11,000 feet up in Vail Pass. This altitude provides you with wonderful views of the surrounding mountains and pine forests.
This is ski country so cross-country skiing is the main reason people vacation here. But it’s also a great spot to just get out in the wilderness for a quiet getaway. Snowshoeing is also popular. Summertime is great for hikers and mountain biking. Eagles Nest Wilderness Area and Gore Range are only a couple miles away.
The cabins sleep up to 12 people and have modern facilities but you have to bring your own towels, pillowcases and bedding or sleeping bags. You can rent the whole cabin for a family, group or just to have privacy. Otherwise you can rent individual sleeping spaces and you will be sharing the cabin with other visitors.