Driftwood Gardens Guesthouse on High Rock Lake

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Entire guest house hosted by Dawn

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bathroom
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Our home is on a 4-acre lot on High Rock Lake. The guest space is a fully furnished guesthouse above a detached storage area (15 steps). The bedroom has a king-size bed and TV, the den has a full sofa, recliner, and TV with HD antenna​ and Netflix - NO CABLE. There is a full kitchen, bath, washer/dryer​ and​ walk-in closet. There is a small deck with a ​table and chairs overlooking the lake. Guests have access to the pier, 2 kayaks, swing, firepit, grill and gardens. ​We DO have WiFi.​​

The space
High Rock Lake was created in 1929 and is the second largest lake in NC. The lake serves as a boundary between Davidson and Rowan counties and we are located on the Rowan County side of the lake.

Guests have access to our private pier, kayaks and life jackets. Swim at your own risk and NEVER SWIM ALONE. We DO NOT have a boat ramp and are UNABLE to accommodate guests’ boats or trailers on our property. There is a public boat ramp at Tamarac Marina (fee) and at the Wildlife Access, both ½ mile away. Tamarac Marina has pontoon boat and tube rentals. Hill’s Minnow Farm, 2 miles away, is a sporting goods and convenience store that specializes in Crappie Fishing Supplies.
NC Fishing Licenses and gasoline may be purchased at Tamarac Marina or Hill’s Minnow Farm.

We both enjoy gardening and have turned our traditional lawn into paths that meander through many different gardens – veggie, fruit, shade, pollinator, bog, water, etc. We have added plants that attract many different butterflies, bees and other pollinators. We feed the birds year-round and provide houses for many species. The lake also draws many migratory birds through our area. We have a perfect place to relax and enjoy nature.

Nearby Restaurants:
Lakeview Family Restaurant (1/2 mile)
Tamarac Marina and Restaurant (1/2 mile)
Morgan Ridge Vineyards and Brewhouse (5 miles)

Nearby Entertainment:
Dan Nicholas Park (4 miles)
Gold Hill Mines Historic Park & Village (7 miles)
NC Transportation Museum (11 miles)
Historic Salisbury (11 miles)

We are perfectly located for day trips to Charlotte, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Raleigh, and even the NC mountains.

Guests must be 25 or over to rent. Only guests staying in the guesthouse may be on the property.

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What this place offers

Waterfront
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV
Washing machine
Dryer
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Garden

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Salisbury, North Carolina, United States

Lakeview Family Restaurant and Tamarac Marina and Restaurants (both 1/2 mile) are usually open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Morgan Ridge Vineyards and Brewhouse (5 miles​) has wine/beer tastings and fine dining options (reservations requested) in a beautiful rural setting.

Dan Nicholas Park (4 miles) is a 425-acre park with a 10-acre lake for paddle boats and fishing, miniature train, gem mine, carousel, small zoo, freshwater​ aquarium, nature center, animal habitats, splash pad, volleyball, ball fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, horseshoes, petting barn, miniature golf, concessions, picnic areas and walking trails. Admission is free, but a small fee is charged for some activities.

Gold Hill Mines Historic Park & Village (7 miles​) is a 70-acre restored nineteenth-century​ Gold Mining boom town. It offers unique shopping opportunities, fine dining, hiking, bluegrass music, gold history tours, antiques, picnic and playground areas.

NC Transportation Museum (11 miles) was once Southern Railroad's largest steam locomotive repair facility on the east coast. It features railroad, aviation, and automotive exhibits. The 37-stall roundhouse is the largest remaining roundhouse in North America. A train ride gives​ a narrated tour of the site.

Salisbury (11 miles), the county seat of Rowan County, is the oldest city in the western half of NC. It is named after Salisbury, England – deed dated Feb 11, 1755 - and known for its historic preservation and blossoming cultural arts. There are several walking and driving tours which explore many of the historic sites. Piedmont Players Theatre, Lee Street Theatre and​ Salisbury Symphony Orchestra provide a full schedule of entertainment. Waterworks Visual Art Center has revolving exhibits. Salisbury has four colleges – Catawba College (Center for the Environment), Hood Theological Seminary, Livingstone College, and Rowan-Cabarrus Community​ College.

Hosted by Dawn

  1. Joined in March 2015
  • 95 Reviews
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Co-hosts

  • Jim

During your stay

We are both retired and usually at home during the day. We have plenty of projects to keep us busy, but are available for questions or company, if desired.

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House rules

Check-in: 15:00 - 02:00
Check out: 11:00
Self check-in with smart lock
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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Carbon monoxide alarm
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