ABOUT DEJA VIEWS
This two-story luxury cottage is walking distance to Appalachian Ski Mountain resort and offers incredible long-range views into the Pisgah National Forest. Located at 3,850 feet elevation, you can relax on one of the three decks or curl up by the fireplace with a good book and take in the scenic overlook. It has three bedrooms and three full bathrooms. The main level has hardwood floors throughout and offers step-free access from the large driveway and has a living room with gas fireplace, upgraded kitchen with Bosch appliances, granite countertops and bar-seating, dining area with seating for six, two bedrooms (Queen room and bunk room), full bath with shower and tile floors, and large deck with gas grill and outdoor dining. The lower level also has hardwood floors throughout and has the master suite with jetted tub and dedicated fireplace, another full bathroom with shower, a laundry facility, a recreation room with pool table and flatscreen TV and another large deck with outdoor seating and hammock. NOTE: This past Spring 2017 we added air conditioning to the lower-level. This will help for any unseasonably warm days or nights.
Main Level Details...
Living room: This room is warmly decorated and features a floor-to-ceiling fireplace with no-fuss gas-logs. Huge windows and a full-glass slider across the back wall lets in tons of natural light and offer incredible southeast views into the Pisgah National Forest. Large 47" HD flatscreen TV (125+ channels with HD channels included) and Blu-ray/DVD player provides entertainment options (login with your Netflix account). The deck off of the living room has outdoor seating for 6, two rocking chairs, and a gas grill for quick and easy grilling.
Kitchen & dining: full granite countertops, 42” cabinets, large stainless steel sink, stainless steel Bosch appliances (flat-top stove with oven, refrigerator with indoor water/ice dispenser, ultra quiet dishwasher), bar-seating for 4 allows for entertaining and easy conversations. Dining table seats 6.
Queen room: has a queen bed along with a full-size dresser. It has three windows to let in lots of light and provides long-range views into the Pisgah National Forest.
Bunk room: two sets of twin bunkbeds offer a great place for kids (or those young-at-heart) to have a space of their own.
Lower Level Details...
Master bedroom: private master suite located one floor below the main level and features a king bed, romantic wood-burning fireplace, hardwood floors, double closets, a dedicated seating area, 39" HD flatscreen TV (125+ channels with HD channels included) and deck access with incredible mountain views. Includes a separate bathroom with jetted tub with shower, tile flooring, and granite counter vanity.
Recreation room: private room with pool table, sectional couch, pub table, and 39" HD flatscreen TV (125+ channels with HD channels included). This room also has a full-sized washer and dryer.
Enjoy forest hikes in the Spring, cool mountain air during the Summer, breathtaking colors in the Fall, and snow skiing/snow-boarding/sledding in the Winter...all from this centrally located cottage.
This getaway is 0.3 miles (2 minutes) from Appalachian Ski Mountain and 1.8 miles (6 minutes) from Blue Ridge Parkway. It's convenient to both Blowing Rock (3.1 miles @ 7 minutes) and Boone (5.9 miles @ 14 minutes) via Edmisten Road.
About the High Country of North Carolina...
Winter to Summer, Fall to Spring, there's never a dull season in the High Country. Area attractions and outdoor activities ensure every visitor has a fun and enriching vacation, ripe with stories to tell and memories to cherish.
The main attractions in the High Country are mostly centered around the spectacular scenery, dynamic outdoor landscape and rich Appalachian heritage. Whether you're on a fishing excursion or enjoying the beauty of your surroundings on a nature hike, you'll have ample opportunity to enjoy this leisurely way of life. Of course, the beautiful view of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains is one of the top attractions and a wonderful thing to admire as you sit back, relax and enjoy your hard-earned vacation.
Trails of varying degrees of difficulty wrap around the mountains, hills, forests and rivers...providing hikers and adventurers of all levels of experience and fitness to explore the High Country up close. For trail maps and a breakdown of difficulty and length of local trails, visit www.highcountryhiking.com. Guided hikes are also available to maximize your experience through local experts who provide hikes ranging for half-day to multi-day excursions.
Connoisseurs, wine-lovers or those who just love to sample local flavors can visit regional wineries. Local wineries include the 1861 Farmhouse Restaurant & Winery, Banner Elk Winery, and Grandfather Vineyard & Winery.
Whether you are training for a triathalon or simply want to cruise through the country to witness the beautiful view of the mountains, the High Country is a wonderful place for biking. Bike trails are offered all throughout the Blue Ridge Mountains, from easy dirt road trails to strenuous trails with steep elevations. The High Country is also known for some of the finest road cycling in the country. Cyclists from all over come to these perfectly winded and elevated roads. No matter where you plan to ride, the cool temperatures and bike-friendly communities are always welcoming the next bicyclist to pedal through.
Anglers will find themselves in high heaven in the High Country, with large rivers and small streams providing challenging, exciting and abundant fishing. Stocked and wild trout, musky and smallmouth bass are the most relevant fish, and numerous guides and instructions services take anglers of all levels where they need to go to make a catch. Trips are not only entertaining but scenic as well - guides know where to find some of the purest, most untouched parts of nature. Nearby are a couple of the finest tailwater fisheries in the Southeast. Local outfitters offer wade and float trips. Keep up-to-date on catch and release regulations, and purchase your fishing license before you to arrive @ www.ncwildlife.org