Our place is at 2,500' elevation, ceiling fans to keep you cool. For winter, central heat or a fireplace keeps you snug and warm. It is so quiet you can hear wild turkeys crossing the driveway. It is close to the Blue Ridge Parkway, New River, the Wilkesboros, West Jefferson, Boone (30 min.), Virginia Creeper Trail (1 hr.), W. Kerr Scott Lake (16 miles with great mountain biking). We think you will enjoy the coziness and mountain views. Our place is good for couples and solo adventurers.
The bedroom looks out into a leafy space. Quiet sitting on the deck reveals bird sounds and sometimes wild turkey, deer or foxes. Rarely, a shy black bear makes an appearance in the blackberry thatches that line the roadway. At twilight you sometimes see a bat or two chasing bugs. A dark night showcases lightening bugs and millions of stars. It is nature alive, but only a fifteen minute drive to Coffee House, Food Lion and Bojangles Chicken.
Zugang für Gäste
You have the upstairs suite, living room and full kitchen. You can explore the 1.3 acre property and walk the neighborhood. The best cell phone reception is at the top of the drive, or on our bench at our other house, two doors down the street.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We are on the same street, a short walk. If you need anything we are close by . Cell phone reception depends on your provider. We will be happy to recommend fun things to do and places to go.
Weitere wichtige Infos
wildlife , deer, turkeys.
- We charge no cleaning fee, so we ask you wash your own dishes and take out your trash to an outside receptacle.
- No hunting
- No outdoor Fires
- No ATV's
- Check out by noon
- Check in as arranged
I am a retired Federal Park Ranger. I enjoy real food, humor, bike riding, swimming, hiking and sailing. My wife and I have been married for 43 years. We have always enjoyed travel and have been to Australia, Ireland, England and several Caribbean Islands. We currently own a small trailer and have been from coast to coast with it. We have a winter home in the FL Keys and a summer home in the Appalachian Mountains.