This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$115 - $650 per night 4-6 night min stay
$150 - $275 per night 2-6 night min stay
$250 - $395 per night 2-7 night min stay
Lake Adger Travel Tips
Serenity Awaits You at Lake Adger Vacation Rentals
Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Lake Adger vacation rentals are a serene paradise awaiting your stay. No matter what time of year you plan to travel, you'll find a plethora of things to do. From deep lake fishing and boating in the summer to skiing and hiking in the winter, Blue Ridge Mountain cabins in Lake Adger allow you to experience the peacefulness of getting away from it all. Once you see this breathtaking area for yourself you'll want to stay forever.
Lake Adger Cabins Offer More Than a Hotel
Lake Adger cabins offer you the amenities and conveniences of home; something you can't find at a hotel or motel. Not only that but you're right near all there is to do in the Blue Ridge Mountains area. Just a short drive from the major metropolitan areas surrounding them, you can take part in all of the events and activities nearby and still enjoy the privacy and serene location of the Lake Adger cabins. You can even take a trip to the beaches of North Carolina during your stay and get the best of both worlds.
Blue Ridge Mountain Resorts Let You Experience Culture
Blue Ridge Mountain resorts not only give you breathtaking views with memories in the making, you're privy to the local cultural events as well. There are plenty of theaters, arts and crafts, museums, and wineries nearby. Veritas Vineyard and Winery has a classically styled tasting room and once you've enjoyed tasting some wine, you still have time to check out the Dickenson County Coal Miner's Memorial or the Peach Bottom Farm Fiddle and Strings Camp. If it's theater you want, why not try out The Crime Scene Mystery Dinner Theater for a little "whodunit" fun? No matter what you enjoy, you'll find it in the Blue Ridge Mountains area.