At the base of the Blue Ridge mountains located near hiking trails, and a variety of outdoor activities like biking, kayaking & canoeing, this secluded retreat offers a quiet place to rest. Drink from the Healing Spring discovered in 1883.
In a converted barn, on the edge of a babbling brook, the space is located above what is now the Lodge / Welcome center for guests here at Healing Springs. Up a flight of stairs you will find a cozy rustic space with a wonderful view into the trees. This is an actual barn loft, that we have furnished with a memory foam full size bed. We add fans in the summer time, and because it is in the woods and we are in the mountains, it stays comfortably cool. A wall heater keeps it toasty in the wintertime.
The space is rustic with the rough plank floors covered with a thick area rug. A large floor to ceiling window provides a great view into the trees and overlooking the Healing Spring.
Zugang für Gäste
Guests have access to a shared bathroom downstairs with a shower that has on-demand hot water, so you never run out!
Just a few steps from the Lodge, we have a fire-pit, complete with cooking grill and Adirondack chairs. We provide fire-wood for your use.
The loft has WiFi.
Interaktion mit Gästen
As much or as little as they would like. I do live on the property and am available to answer questions, give suggestions on what there is to see and do in the area. I am always happy to talk about the history of the Healing Spring!
Weitere wichtige Infos
Healing Springs is a special place. Discovered in 1884 and originally called Thompson's Bromine and Arsenic Springs. The property was then known as Healing Springs Resort in later years, and is now simply called The Cabins at Healing Springs.
The natural spring is purported to have mystical healing abilities and rumored to have cured everything from poison ivy to rheumatism, indigestion to ulcers.
It is with great regret that we need to let you know that our Barn Swallow space is not suitable for people with disabilities due to the flights of stairs, and is simply too small for folks with small children.
Most weekends require a 2 night stay, all major holidays require a 3 night stay. Check with us if you are seeking a 1 night stay during the weekend as we can sometimes accommodate it in a different cabin.
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Welcome! I have a passion for reviving and restoring old homes. I believe in saving our history, one home at a time.
I moved to Wilson, NC from Anchorage, AK in 2010 on a whim, to experience "southern hospitality". After restoring several Victorian homes in Wilson, in 2013, I fell in love with a property in Ashe County, the furthest NW corner of North Carolina. Here, my partner and I purchased a property that is on the National Historic Register of places known as Healing Springs.
We have spent the past year restoring our 10 cabins and are thrilled to be able to offer them to guests. Our property is called The Cabins at Healing Springs.
We strive to provide cozy and comfortable accommodations with great beds! My style is to leave people to their own thing, but I am happy to chime in with recommendations and suggestions for our wonderful area.