Secluded Log Cabins with Hot Tub Near Chimney Rock
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
|Living space||1000 square feet|
Suitable for childrenAsk
Suitable for the elderlyYes
Description from the owner
The Complete Angler cabin (one of six cabins on our 92-acre farm) is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near Asheville, North Carolina. Also near are Lake Lure, Chimney Rock Park, Blue Ridge Parkway and Biltmore Estate. The Complete Angler is a one-bedroom log cabin is furnished with a king-sized bed. The bedroom has a large opening to the living area for a full view of the wood-burning stone fireplace. A unique sliding barn door closes this opening for additional privacy. Additionally, the room features a french door that opens to the porch to access the hot tub. The porch is covered but open-sided to get "close up" to the...Read more
Secluded Log Cabins with Hot Tub Near Chimney Rock
Chimney Rock, North Carolina
(Property location is approximate)
Additional Location Information
Location near Asheville, Chimney Rock & Lake Lure
Our farm is convenient to Charlotte (1.5 hrs.), Greenville-Spartanburg (1.25 hrs.), Columbia (2 hrs.), Asheville & Biltmore Estate (45 minutes) and Atlanta (3.5 hrs.). Within 20 minutes are the popular resorts of Chimney Rock, Lake Lure, and Fairfield Mountain. Nearby enjoy great dining, championship golf courses, tennis, horseback riding and shopping.
See driving directions below. Your GPS or online mapping service may not find our secluded location!
Traveling from Lake Lure/Chimney Rock on 64/74A-east, go approximately 6.5 miles to Bill's Creek Road and make a left turn. Go 8.9 miles to Cove Road. Turn left onto Cove Road and go Â½ mile to Cove Corner Sunbelt Station. Turn left onto Ham Creek Road for 0.8 miles to Haynes Road. Turn left onto Haynes Road and The Cottages @ Spring House Farm is on the left.
From the intersection of 221 and 64/74A in Rutherfordton, drive north on 221 for 4.5 miles to Gilkey School Road. (It will eventually turn into Painter's Gap Road). Turn left and travel 10.2 miles to the intersection of Cove Road and Ham Creek Road. Proceed across Cove Road onto Ham Creek Road (past Cove Corner Sunbelt Station on left), 0.8 miles to Haynes Road. Turn left onto Haynes Road and The Cottages @ Spring House Farm is on the left.
Coming from I-40 take Exit 81 off interstate 40. If traveling I-40 east, turn right (if traveling west turn left) onto Sugar Hill Road. After 4.7 miles the road will branch to the right and will continue 6.3 miles to Cove Corner Sunbelt Station. Turn right onto Ham Creek Road for 0.8 miles to Haynes Road. Turn left onto Haynes Road and The Cottages @ Spring House Farm is on the left.
From I-26, take Exit 67 (Columbus, N.C.) and travel Hwy 108-east to Hwy 9-north (Mill Spring). At the flashing light turn left and stay on 9-north until Hwy 64/74A-east. Turn right onto 64/74A and travel 2.7 miles to Bill's Creek Road. Turn left and go 8.9 miles to Cove Road. Turn left onto Cove Road and go Â½ mile to Cove Corner Sunbelt Station. Turn left onto Ham Creek Road for 0.8 miles to Haynes Road. Turn left onto Haynes Road and The Cottages @ Spring House Farm is on the left.
State Road NC-1142
MARION, NORTH CAROLINA, 28752
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$199||$199 - $295||$0||$0||2 nights|
|Super Summer Special: Now thru Sept. Stay two nights or more and... On Sunday-Thursday nights, for s||$199||$245 - $295||-||-||2 nights|
|All Other Dates||$199||$199||-||-||2 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
Additional notes from owner
No service charges or cleaning fees!
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: April 11, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
We just got back from a three-day stay at Spring House Farms. We stayed in the restored 1835 cottage and absolutely loved it. We hiked the trails daily, relaxed in the hot tub nightly, and enjoyed walking through the creek with our Lab, as well as reading in the rocking chairs on the front porch, and lounging on the hammocks in the gazebo. It was truly a perfect retreat from our busy lives, and we can't wait to get back to Spring House Farms next year.
Absolutely, totally secluded, No outside interruptions, Complete
I searched for many hours for a "secluded" cabin for my husband and I to get away from it all. This is the only place I could find that met my specifications of secluded. When we arrived, we found exactly what we wanted: peace and quiet, beautiful wooded mountains with the sound of the quiet stream, birds and insects chirping, winds rustling through the trees, no interruptions of cell phones, cable, or the Internet. We could also go out onto our cabin's deck and not see or hear anyone around us. That is my definition of secluded. If you want to escape the "busyness" of your world, make a reservation and stay for a weekend. You won't be disappointed and you will leave refreshed!
Perfect Romantic Getaway
This was our second stay with Spring House Farms. We stayed in the Complete angler both times. The first time was in early Fall when the leaves were starting to change and rain showers hit the tin roof. This trip was during Christmas. Both times, the weather was cool enough to enjoy the fireplace and hot tub. This cabin is new, clean, well maintained, secluded, private, smells like fresh cut wood, and looks just the picture. There is no phone, no internet, no television or cell phone reception. They provide a satellite radio, games, and a television to play DVD/tapes, and that is all we needed. I would not have had it any other way. The bed was very clean & comfortable. You can see the fireplace while laying in the bed which adds to the romance. In addition to the shower & claw foot tub, I was both surprised & delighted to see a bidet in the bathroom. There is a small pond below the cabin with boats if you want to float around. We took advantage of the 2 1/2 mile trail on the property and it was a nice walk. The fresh baked bread is a very nice plus. They had a comment book on the table that prior guests had signed. It was fun reading the different reasons for their stays and realized they all had enjoyed it as much as we did. I hope they don't change a thing. Zee & Arthur have one of the best kept secrets in NC.
Great spot for a honeymoon
Excellent spot for a getaway!
We stayed at the Compleat angler for 2-nights after our wedding -- our "mini-moon"! It was the perfect choice. Very easy drive from the Triangle, smooth, simple check and then, for 48 hours, complete solitude. Great hiking trail (complete with guide dog), great bird watching, fantastic lounging in the gazebo with rose bushes in bloom, and fantastic star gazing and frog listening. I highly recommend The Cottages at Spring Lake Farm.
Secluded escape, with modern conveniences
We have been twice and loved every minute ... stayed at The Reach both times, a secluded cabin up a hill ... love the welcome, fresh bread, modern conveniences in a natural throw-back setting ... a great place to bring your significant other, grill a steak, open a really good bottle of wine and kick back ... see the stars, hear the noise of life in the country... you leave in a much different state than you arrive ... The Reach is totally secluded. Great people with a great vision.
Beautiful, private setting.
I loved the location and the limited number of cabins. It was quiet, private and very relaxing. Getting a tour of the farm house and spring house was so interesting! Close to many other beautiful mountain destinations.
Hope to return some day.