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For outdoor enthusiasts, Boone, North Carolina is the perfect vacation because of all of the recreation opportunities here, plus fun festivals and a local art scene too. To really embrace the mountain culture of Boone, consider staying in an authentic cabin that’s cozy and equipped with everything you need.
Here are some of the best Vrbo cabin rentals around Boone, North Carolina.
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This two-bedroom, two-bathroom cabin is a great choice for up to four people and in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. When you stay here, you’ll be close to town and in a space with lots of natural light. The cabin is equipped with a fireplace, HDTV, stainless-steel appliances in the kitchen, and two queen-size beds in the bedrooms. It’s an affordable cabin with plenty of storage for your belongings too. However, this place is not suitable for kids or pets.
Here’s a highly rated Vrbo vacation rental property that’s an 1,800-foot cabin with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Known as Kilkiellys West Wing Cabin, it is a private home with panoramic views and a very peaceful vibe with no traffic noise or city lights to hide the stars at night. This two-story cabin sleeps six people and comes with a satellite TV system, heat and A/C, kitchen, billiard/game room, front porch, rear patio, and corner-wrapped deck. The outside space features play equipment, a horseshoe pit, fire pit, and 45-foot rope swing. This home is kid-friendly, but pets are not allowed here.
A maximum of four people can stay at this quaint cabin that’s 10 minutes from Boone and Blowing Rock. The property has its own waterfall and also features a fireplace, queen-size beds in the two bedrooms, laundry machines, and dining room table for six people. The furniture and décor have been updated in the cabin, and there are shops and restaurants nearby. You’ll be in a secluded area near Moses Cone Park but still close to local attractions. The cabin is not suitable for children because of the breakable items inside and the elevated bridges. Also, pets are not allowed here.
With 1,100 square feet of space, two bedrooms, and 1.5 baths, this cabin is another nice option near Boone. Known as the Creekside Cottage, this mountain cabin is peaceful and offers a back deck with a stream running alongside it and a hot tub. It’s wonderful to take a soak in the hot tub while looking up at the starry night sky or cuddle up next to the fireplace after a day of adventures. You can hike to the Mountain-to-Sea Trail from here and roast s’mores in the campfire just outside. Several skiable mountains are close by, while the village of Blowing Rock is five minutes away and Boone is 10 minutes away.
Surround yourself with peace and nature with a quiet stay in this Vrbo cabin for up to six people. It is 1,600 square feet in size and has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. It’s called the Around the Bend Cabin and constructed with western red cedar logs. This is a family-friendly cabin rental where kids loft the loft area and have their own TV and games. Guests also enjoy the wrap-around porch, hiking on the property, open floor plan for family get-togethers, and fully stocked kitchen with modern appliances. Boone is just minutes away, as well as the ski resorts and other attractions. Pets are not allowed here.
Another popular cabin option is this Vrbo rental that is nested in the North Carolina mountains and measures around 800 square feet. It works well for up to four people and has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. You’ll be just eight minutes from the charming downtown area of Boone. There is a hot tub onsite to take a soak, a well-equipped kitchen, cable TV, internet, and many other comforts of home. This pet-friendly vacation rental is called the Mountain Song Cabin and allows dogs, although some restrictions may apply.
For a romantic getaway, consider this two-person cabin that has one bedroom and one bathroom. It is a popular and highly rated Vrbo cabin that was built with couples in mind. The home is on Laurel Creek and has a king-size bed, fireplace, and jacuzzi tub. You’ll hear the sounds of the creek as you soak in the hot tub and relax on the covered deck in rocking chairs together. In the winter, you’ll need a 4WD vehicle to access the cabin. Pets and children are not allowed here.
With downtown Boone just five minutes away, travelers love staying in this cabin that has two bedrooms and 2.5 baths. It sleeps eight people and has queen-size beds in the bedrooms and pull-out sofas in the den. This cabin has some great outdoor spaces, including two decks and a small back yard. You’ll be staying in a gated community and have access to Wi-Fi, cable TV, a stocked kitchen, and laundry machines. Head out for a walk to enjoy the surrounding mountain views, pond, and wildlife. Children are welcome here, but pets are not allowed.
Up to six people can stay in this cabin that’s 1,350 square feet in size and has one bedroom and one bathroom. It’s a lovely place to stay in the Blue Ridge Mountains and features a spacious deck on the upper level with a hot tub. The list of amenities here includes a gas-burning fireplace, TV, large windows, panoramic views, a dining table with chairs, and laundry machines. Children and dogs are welcome here, although there is a pet fee if you bring your pup along.
This 950-square-foot cabin offers two bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms for groups of up to five people visiting the Boone area. It is an A-frame cabin with a large porch and grassy yard. You’ll love the large windows that let a lot of natural light in, as well as being just 5-10 minutes from everything you want to see and do nearby. The interior space has an open floor plan, iron stove, flat-screen TVs with cable, and Wi-Fi. Known as the Sunburst Cabin, this is a top spot for a romantic getaway or small family vacation. There are books and toys available for kids here; however, pets are not allowed.
There is plenty of beautiful mountain scenery around this seven-person cabin rental that is available on Vrbo. It is 1,100 square feet in size and has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The home is at the end of a quiet road and surrounded by hiking trails. The inside is equipped with stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, vaulted ceilings, HDTV with surround sound, and a dining area for up to eight people. For your outdoor lifestyle, there’s the two-tiered deck, covered front porch, grilling area, fire pit, covered back porch, and yard games. Children are welcome here, and pets are allowed with prior approval from the owners.
Large groups up to 12 people can stay in this Boone-area log cabin that has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It is atop Willow Mountain and spans over 3,500 square feet of living space. Features of this home include a gas log fireplace, game room with pool table, and multiple levels to accommodate families. The outdoor space has large decks on both levels, a gas grill, and a large hot tub. You will need a 4WD vehicle to access the cabin during winter. Children are welcome, but pets are not allowed.
Guests love this romantic and luxurious cabin that has a hot tub and is on a 43-acre farm. The 1,100-square-foot home has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and accommodates four people. You’ll have a nice view of Grandfather Mountain in the distance, as well as view of a lovely barn and pond across the road. There are private trails behind the cabin that lead to the back side of Beech Mountain. This Vrbo vacation rental property does not allow children or pets.
A popular option for six or fewer guests is this North Carolina High Country cabin with three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. It is a remote mountain getaway spot that is easily accessible via flat roads in all seasons. It’s just minutes from downtown Boone and also just six miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway. This is a great place to stay if you want to explore the local art galleries, craft venues, antique stores, and local dining options. Then when your sightseeing adventures are done, come back here to relax by the fireplace, sit around the fire pit under the stars, or hang out on the deck that overlooks Howard’s Creek. This is a kid-friendly cabin but not a pet-friendly place.