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Recent Blowing Rock reviews

  • quant A-frame property on the NC hills

    "Amazing what all fits into this small place! three bedrooms, full bath, living room, kitchen (and grill on the deck), washer/dryer. Deck faces mountain so it was nice having breakfast every morning out there on the deck. Kitchen seems to have everything! Do bring coffee (there is a coffee maker and filters and all utensils, plates, pots, pans etc.). That was one thing I forgot to bring. Although they have central AC, there are ac units in each room! Very quiet. Bring your 4-wheel drive as there are steep hills to get there and the chalet property has a very steep gravel hill. We would certainly rent again as it is close to everything! 5 minutes to Blowing Rock Main Street and 15 minutes to downtown Boone. Blowing rock is a bit pricey/high end...Boone is cheaper (college / bohemian town) for food, shopping and antiques"
    Guest: Helene O. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 3, 2016
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  • Great condo in an awesome location

    "Our family of four enjoyed a wonderful stay at Echota on the Ridge and thoroughly enjoyed the adventure activities in the area: white water rafting out of Banner Elk, ziplining at Hawksnest, Blowing Rock, Linville Falls, and finally relaxing at the pool and hot tub with an amazing view over the mountains. The apartment was spacious and clean. We experienced a dramatic storm from the balcony and finally had to come inside when the rain started blowing in, but the rest of the time we sat out there and soaked in the views."
    Guest: Sophie B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 9, 2016
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  • Absolutely Perfect!

    "Everything about the condo was lovely. Beautiful inside and out, spotlessly clean, quiet. Wonderful view (when it wasn't raining and foggy!). Would definitely stay here again."
    Guest: Kim H. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 15, 2016
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  • PEACEFUL, SECLUDED AND QUIET…AND SOME THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

    "This cabin in the woods is secluded, quiet and cozy. The owner has done a nice job of upgrading and modernizing with flat screen TVs, a decent number of channels, strong WiFi, upgraded kitchen, new appliances (including washer/dryer) and a nicely remodeled loft area which serves as a second bedroom. The location is great, almost equidistant to Boone, Blowing Rock and Banner Elk. Nearby are hiking trails, proximity to the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Julian Price Park and Bass Lake. The kitchen is well equipped and we appreciated the owner making available many of the basics that you forget about bringing. The owner was very responsive and easy to work with. The house is advertised as “pet friendly,” and we can attest to that by some dog hairs found here and there throughout the house. Whether this feature is attractive to you depends, obviously, on whether or not you want to bring a pet along. So there are many good features of this house, but there are some things to be aware of. As mentioned, the owner has done a nice job of modernizing, but it is an older house, and along with that comes conditions that typically affect aging properties: dripping faucets, small bathrooms with limited counter space, no vent fans, and a musty odor in the back bedroom if the house is closed up. There is no central air conditioning. There is a window unit that is adequate for the living room and dining area, but not sufficient to cool the bedrooms. For the most part, this is not a problem because of the cool mountain temperatures and the shaded location of the house. But it can get humid in the area and if you like sleeping in really cold bedrooms, this could be an issue Other things you need to know: the location is great, BUT, the house is located off a gravel road about 1-2 miles from the nearest paved road. It is a good gravel road, but it is still winding and unpaved which may or may not bother you. Also, endeavor to arrive at the house before sunset, because, although the directions are good, the house is not particularly easy to find. So what’s the bottom line? If you want a modern, glitzy property with magnificent vistas, look elsewhere. If you want a private, secluded, comfortable and quiet cabin in the woods, this is the place for you."
    Guest: Richard S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 18, 2016
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