About the property
- Cabin400 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
Cozy Cabin near the Appalachin Trail, Hot Springs Tubs & the French Broad River
The Honeymoon Cabin is a historic cozy chestnut log cabin located in the Town of Hot Springs. The cabin is within walking distance to the Hot Springs Resort & Spa, restaurants, shopping, rafting, and hiking on the Appalachian Trail.
The cabin is part of the original Mountain View Court and was called the Honeymoon Cabin. The court was built in the 1930's. There was a Rock Lodge and 3 separate Chestnut log cabins- ours was named the Honeymoon Cabin. The Rock Lodge and 2 cabins are still located here. The 400 square foot open studio space has a full sized/equipped kitchen, a queen sized bed, a fire place with gas logs and the bathroom has a shower.. Just about everything you need for your stay is available in the cabin. Linen, towels, K-cup coffee maker ,and the kitchen is equipped with dishes and cooking ware. There is also a stackable washer and dryer for your use.
Two night minimum required
The Town of Hot Springs has so much to offer for everyone's interests. You can go hiking on the Appalachian Trail that goes right through town and then continues for over 2000 miles south to Georgia and north to Maine. You can go whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing, tubing or swimming/wading in the French Broad River or Laurel River. Take a refreshing soak in the natural mineral water of the Hot Springs Resort & Spa . Dine in the fine eating establishments in town, shop for local crafts or outdoor equipment needs. Relax and catch up on your reading before a fire in or outside of the cabin while you view the beautiful surrounding mountains. Or the eclectic City of Asheville is only 45 minutes away. The fun in and around Hot Springs is endless!!
Check in time is 4 pm. Check out is 11am
Suzie Engel and Anna Finley
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- within a few hours
- Calendar last updated:
- May 25, 2018
About Suzie Engel and Anna Finley
Anna & Suzie are retired Labor & Delivery nurses. We currently live in Hendersonville, NC We lived in Hot Springs for 7 years and ran a Bed & Breakfast there for several years. I love hiking on the Appalachian Trail and soaking in the mineral springs. We loved living in Hot Springs and jumped at the chance to own this cabin as a place for us to stay and visit Hot Springs and as a vacation rental. We also make natural soaps, lip balm and salves. We make the guest soaps in the cabin. Suzie is also a Healing Touch Practitioner in Hendersonville, NC.
Suzie Engel and Anna Finley purchased this Cabin in 2014
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Perfect weekend home away from home
We loved our weekend at the Honeymoon Cabin! The cabin was exactly what we needed at the end of busy days. Quiet, comfortable, and clean! We hope to make it an annual visit!
The honeymoon cabin was super adorable. We loved the amazingly comfortable bed and all those soft blankets. The fireplace was also a cozy treat for us. The cabin was wakking distance to downtown and to the Appalachian trail (Lovers Leap). Such a beautiful hike along the French Broad river. Our two day stay was the perfect disconnect from technology. Everyone in this small town was super nice and friendly. We highly recommend this cabin!!
Beautiful and peaceful!
We fell in love with Hot Springs and the Honeymoon Cabin! We will definitely return!
Quaint and cozy
Quaint cozy and had all the amenities needed for a short stay. Well thought out owner prep for a vacationer. All the way down to the various book choices. Nicely done.
Peace and quiet!
Very quiet, relaxing stay in Hot Springs. The cabin was cozy, we had everything we needed. Very clean and comfortable.
Cozy and clean
We enjoyed our weekend in the "Honeymoon Cabin." It's rustic yes, but very clean and outfitted with all the modern appliances you could ever need - microwave, full stove/oven, full-size refrigerator, toaster oven, dishwasher, and even a front-loading washer and dryer. We weren't super organized and didn't bring much in the way of snacks, but no fear! There was a box on the counter with chocolates, microwave popcorn, hot cocoa, and other candy - we really appreciated that. The soft, warm bedding, throws on the loveseat, and little cast-iron gas stove made the cabin very cozy and the perfect place for snuggling on a cold, rainy winter weekend away. The cabins are not a far walk to town and there's a diner right at the bottom of the driveway. We will come back for sure!
There is an abundance of outdoor activities available-hiking, whitewater rafting, canoeing, kayaking. The quaint town has shops available for gifts, outdoor adventures, camping and groceries