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
$200 - $350 per night 2-3 night min stay
$275 per night 2 night min stay
Linville Falls Travel Tips
Escape the Crowds with Linville Falls Vacation Rentals
Have you ever found yourself in beautiful countryside, only to be surrounded by swarms of fellow hotel guests? Avoid this annoyance with Linville Falls vacation rentals. Quiet Blue Ridge Mountain cabins offer the peace and quiet that a hotel will never achieve. Catch up on your sleep, read a good book by the fire, and spend family quality time over a board game or cooking a special meal. You can relax in Linville Falls cabins knowing that your nearest neighbor might just be miles away.
Reconnect with Nature at Linville Falls Cabins
Not all Blue Ridge Mountain resorts offer close proximity to beautiful waterfalls. Linville Falls cabins give adventurous families the chance to reconnect with nature. Picture your family hitting the trails for a hike along Erwin's View Trail, breathing the fresh mountain air the whole way. Be sure to pack a picnic, and as the scenic waterfalls and surrounding rocks come into view, pick a spot to relax over your lunch. Your kids will love the opportunity to splash around, and if they get wet, don't worry! Linville Falls vacation rentals are right nearby, and you can get cleaned up again before heading out for your next adventure.
Save Money with Blue Ridge Mountain Resorts
Who says that entertainment has to come with a price tag? Linville Falls vacation rentals allow you to save money on entertainment costs and still deliver big vacations. Skip the amusement parks and expensive tours in favor of bicycling, hiking, and bird watching. Go for a walk along the Linville River and watch your kids use their imagination for a day's entertainment. Linville Falls cabins allow you to enjoy the landscape at a relaxed pace. While many travelers driving the Blue Ridge Parkway stop in for a quick glance, you can avoid the crowded weekends and enjoy the falls as they were meant to be seen: without another person in sight.