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

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Recent Boone reviews

  • Quiet Getaway

    "We appreciated that it was off the beaten path but not too far from restaurants and shopping. Although hurricane Matthew was reaking havock we dealt with a little wind and rain but was nice to just get away. We love this area and thank you for sharing your property with us. I will surely recommend you to family and friends. Thanks again.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"
    Guest: Linda H. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 11, 2016
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  • Duplex Cabin, but beautiful!

    "I'll admit that at first we were disappointed that this was a duplex cabin and we would possibly have other people around us for our private getaway. It isn't advertised as a duplex cabin so be careful. We learned the hard way, finding out after I had already requested to book and my payment was in process!!! BUT, we lucked out and didn't have other guests staying below us! There is a cabin right beside us too and someone was there but was not bothersome to us. We really ended up enjoying our stay though! The king size bed was so comfortable, the couch not so much. We weren't bothered by it though! We just got in the bed and watched tv when we were relaxing! Cabin was very clean! Beautiful views out of the picture windows in living room/kitchen area. Hot tub was perfect and had great views of the stars, with the exception of the tree limbs hovering above the hot tub covering up the sky. Not complaining, it was still awesome! I would recommend this cabin for a few couples traveling together but not for just a one couple getaway. We still enjoyed ourselves,but will be looking for a private cabin next time because you can't always luck out like we did."
    Guest: April R. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 29, 2016
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    "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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  • Relaxing and quiet mountain getaway

    "My husband and I just enjoyed 5 peaceful days at Trout Retreat. The weather was pretty bad, but we made the best of it, and there's nothing better than being trapped indoors under a tin roof in a log cabin if you have to endure 4 days straight of rain! My husband did quite a bit of fishing and once he switched to live bait (you can get it at the hunting store next to the Food Lion up the road), he caught bass, bluegill, chub , but unfortunately no trout). The road down to the property is not for the faint of heart but we both love driving mountain roads and enjoyed every bit of it. We hiked around the area a bit as well. When there is no one occupying the adjacent property, there is a ton of privacy. Even when someone is there, the owners have done a good job of putting privacy screens in the form of trees between the two cabins. The cabin has everything you could possibly want, though I suggest bringing a beach towel or two for around the area or if you want to stretch out in the meadow or along the rocky area by the stream. The wifi was a very nice surprise, so thank you for adding it - without it, you are completely cut off from the outside world (I am not sure whether that is a good or a bad thing). A couple of things to note for others thinking about renting - the cabin sleeps 4, but it would definitely have to be 4 people who really like each other. It's a loft bedroom upstairs so expect to share noise if you have two sleeping below you. It is the perfect size for two people. We didn't bring our dogs, but it is definitely pet friendly and ours would have had a great time there. I had an allergy attack when I used one of the blankets downstairs that was on the couch, so I recommend being aware if you have a lot of pet allergies. The owners keep a separate stash of towels and blankets for pets, so obviously a prior guest didn't pay attention to that and let a dog sleep on a "human" blanket. Like other vacation rentals we've used, there is some element of "housework" that is asked of you, like doing a load of laundry before you leave, taking all trash with you, running the dishwasher and putting them away, etc I prefer not to do any housework on vacation as we have 4 kids and one of the best parts of vacation is no laundry! However, we had an issue with an early morning departure and the manager told us not to worry about it. We managed to get it done anyway. Overall it was a great stay, loved the place, and will definitely be back!"
    Guest: Cristina S. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 15, 2016
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