Parkway Cottage

Entire cottage hosted by Erika

  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bathroom
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Pet friendly tiny cottage with all the amenities of a regular house!
Escape the rush and visit the High Country! 2.5 hours from the triangle and 1.45 hours from Charlotte. Conveniently located near US Hwy 421 and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Zip to Boone in 15 minutes!

The space
Renovated space with all the fixin's
Hot Tub
Large back deck w/ 4 chair patio table
Small grill and propane provided
2 kayaks and paddles
Heat and AC
Doggy door, doggy bed, doggy bowls
Fenced in yard
Whole House water filter
Roku TV with Netflix
Wifi
Large fire pit (seating for 6-8) and firewood
Washer/dryer
.4 acre property
RV Hookup /EV Charger (30amp 120V)
Off-street parking
Wake up to the cows or birds

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom
1 queen bed, 1 sofa bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Private hot tub
Pets allowed
TV
EV charger
Washing machine
Dryer
Air conditioning

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Where you’ll be

Stony Fork, North Carolina, United States

Relax. You are now on Mountain Time.

Wake up slow, drink some coffee, and get in the hot tub!
Watch the leaves turn, listen to the breeze, feel the NOT humid, 90 degree temperature from where you came :)

or for the more adventurous bunch...!

Our Favorites in Boone:
App State FOOTBALL!! Head up to "The Rock" in the fall to watch Appalachian State play.

The Blue Ridge Parkway is 1/4 mile away, and there are lots of great overlooks and hiking spots off the Parkway!

One of our favorite hikes is the E.B Jeffress Cascades trail. It is a short, easy/moderate hike down to a small set of waterfalls with a great overlook.

Rough Ridge is another great, moderate hike. Cleared and marked trail leading to a beautiful 270 degree overlook.

Hebron Rock Colony is the best! Drive south on the parkway to Price Park. Cook out at one of the park provided grills, then hike a short moderate hike (Hebron is located off the Boone Fork Trail) to the coolest bunch of rocks in the High Country. Sunbathe on the rocks until you burn. It's the best.

The South Fork New River has a lot to offer...
kayaking, tubing, canoeing, fly fishing, swimming, etc.
If your two vehicles allow, in spring or early summer, take one or both of our kayaks to the Todd island Park off of Railroad Grade Road on the South Fork of the New River. It's a great float down to the Cranberry Springs overpass. (Leave vehicle at the end, parking available). There are also a few companies along the river where you can rent tubes, kayaks, and get a shuttle to/from the river. A couple of these places also have bikes that you can rent for a bicycle ride through Todd.

The Watauga County Farmer's Market is held every Saturday in May-November from 8am-12pm in Boone and has lots of awesome vendors and goodies!

*FOOD*
Boone:
Hatchet Coffee- There is no better coffee.
Black Cat Burrito - Everything is good here. (This is a dive bar)
Macado's - local/college favorite (You +3 get the Hindenburg sandwich)
Capone's Pizza - Chicago style pizza, very good (Big Joe's Buffalo Chicken with pineapple)

West Jefferson:
Black Jack Pub and Grill - "Best burger in Town," It's da best. I think about this burger all the time.

Havana Cafe- Hole in the wall, but it is worth finding! (Cuban and fried plantains)

New River Brewing- brewery with some

Fleetwood:
Park Vista - I haven't been to the inn but the food is amazing. Jump off the parkway at milepost 268 for a great lunch or dinner

Deep Gap:
Jim's Produce - its a very nice produce stand. We loved going here, you should go here. Get seasonal produce Memorial day until Thanksgiving.

Thompson's Seafood and Country Cooking- My husband and his friends alway talk about this place. He always says "It's where the locals go." Go here if that's what you're in to.

Hosted by Erika

  1. Joined in November 2019
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I’m a Boone local that loves the mountains, food, and all things outdoors! I’m happy to give recommendations for things to do in the area, and want to make your stay as comfortable as possible!

Co-hosts

  • Amanda

During your stay

Our local to the high country & personal property manager will be available during your stay. If we are needed during an emergency we will be available by phone and email.
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    Things to know

    House rules

    Check-in: After 16:00
    Check out: 12:00
    Self check-in with keypad
    No smoking
    Pets are allowed

    Health & safety

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    Airbnb's social distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
    Pool/hot tub without a gate or lock
    Nearby lake, river, other body of water
    Carbon monoxide alarm

    Cancellation policy