See what it’s like to stay at this log cabin in the town of Swiss, North Carolina. This ski-in, hike-out log cottage with a garden and 39 acres of land is perfect for any outdoor enthusiast. Twenty-five miles separate the town of Black Mountain from the location of the log cabins. This vacation cabin features 3 bedrooms, a full kitchen, and a patio with a view of the garden. The holiday home is located between Asheville and Johnson City, with Asheville being 26 miles from the house and Johnson City being 24 miles. The log cabin is situated 34 miles from Tri-Cities Regional Airport, the closest airport. There’s a lot to see and do in this gorgeous section of the country, but it’s especially wonderful for those who enjoy time in nature.
This log cabin is the epitome of log cabin aesthetics and will leave you gasping for air. Covered porch with rocking seats, views of the forest and mountains all around, and a fireplace. Relax on the plush furniture inside in front of the stunning stone fireplace—perfect for the chilly months of fall and winter. The log cottage is fully equipped with a kitchen, a bathroom, and a dining area that can sit six. The master bedroom is located upstairs and features a ceiling fan in the vaulted ceiling with wood beams and windows that open to the scenery. This enchanted spot is perfect for creating lifelong memories with loved ones.
There is a wide variety of attractions and activities to enjoy during your time in North Carolina. The Appalachian Trail in North Carolina features stunning peaks like Clingmans Dome (6,643 feet), the trail’s highest point, and dramatic descents into the deep, narrow Nantahala River Gorge, making it a popular destination for hikers. North Carolina is home to 95.7 miles of the Appalachian Trail, although the Trail continues for an additional 224.7 miles along the border with Tennessee. Hikers on the Appalachian Trail climb to the High Country near the state line, where they must pass over some of the highest mountains in the region. Depending on the duration of your journey, you may also need to reserve a shelter in advance of your visit to the trail in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Camping along the path is restricted to approved areas.
The Fines Creek Farm is home to an elegant, yet naturally rustic and weathered post and beam barn that was originally constructed for the owners’ family-run antique shop. The barn has more than 5,000 square feet of interior space on two levels, and the layout and design of the space can be altered to suit a variety of needs. A large portion of the barn’s yard is shaded by a large overhang. Open the barn’s side doors to see a charming courtyard garden full of boxwood, flowering trees, and perennials, surrounded by towering white pines and views of the surrounding mountains.
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