Location, Location, Location
With this home, location has to be discussed first. It offers, from its front porch, a direct view of Chimney Rock, the iconic feature of Chimney Rock State Park. The chimney was featured on Arthur Frommer's Sept/Oct 2012 issue of Budget Travel magazine, and the park received the platinum award for Favorite State Park in Blue Ridge Country’s 2013 Best of the Mountains travel poll, with voting every five years and covering seven southern states in the Appalachian Mountains. This home is 2/10 mile from Chimney Rock State Park, 1.7 miles to the Beach at Lake Lure, and 20.1 miles to the Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC).
The entrance to the park is just two blocks from this home. The restaurants and quaint shops of Chimney Rock Village are just around the block. At the home, you can even hear the sounds of the picturesque, trout-filled Rocky Broad. There are plenty of places to fish at the river and a boardwalk to enjoy the beauty.
If you enjoy scenic drives, head out of Chimney Rock Village on the scenic and curvy Alt US-74 (Memorial Highway). This stretch of highway in the Hickory Nut Gorge has 14 hairpin turns and runs through Bat Cave, Gerton, Fairview. Continue on toward Asheville to pick up what many consider the most beautiful length of road in this country, the Blue Ridge Parkway. If you have not traveled any stretch of this road, it is something to add to your bucket list. Actor Norman Reedus of The Boondock Saints and The Walking Dead fame, featured the parkway on a 2016 episode of his AMC TV series Ride with Norman (Appalachia: Blue Ridge Parkway, Season 1 Episode 3). Just 1.25 hours from the home and five miles off the parkway is Maggie Valley, home to the Wheels Through Time transportation museum that features rare American motorcycles, memorabilia, and a distinct array of unique one-off American automobiles.
This home also boasts a small attached garage. The garage, along with paved roads in the area, proximity to the curves of Memorial Highway, and the beauty of Blue Ridge Parkway, make this home perfect for those riding motorcycles.
Comfort and Value
Additionally, this Chimney Rock vacation rental home offers accommodations for 4, with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, at a fantastic value. It is furnished with high-quality and comfortable leather sofa and chair in the living room; unique, locally crafted pieces throughout the home; as well as some antiques. The homeowners personally selected and placed each item as though they occupied the home full time, with your comfort in mind.
Enjoy the view and sounds of nature from the comfortable resin Adirondack-style chairs. At the rear of the home are a stone patio, picnic table, and gas grill offering the perfect setting for enjoying a meal outdoors. The NASA memory foam mattresses, the 600-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets, refreshing mountain air, and soothing Rocky Broad rushing waters will bring you back again and again just for the relaxing sleep!
Perfect for Every Season
With the area's temperate climate and beauty, this home can be enjoyed throughout the year. Plus, there is so much to do in this area and in the surrounding communities. Check out the Amenities and Notes for a sampling of what is available.
Just pack your clothes, head on over, and then sit back, relax, and enjoy all Chimney View and the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains have to offer. We look forward to you being our guest!
Smoking is prohibited in all our of our vacation rental homes.
Pet Friendly (1-2, dogs only).
Parking for two (2) vehicles only.
Garage - Great for those traveling on motorcycles
Check-in time is 4:00 p.m. local time or anytime later.
Check-out time is 10:00 a.m. local time or anytime earlier.
If you cancel a confirmed reservation outside of 30 days prior to arrival there is just a $50 cancellation fee to help cover credit card cost and time. If you cancel within 30 days there is no refund unless we get the home rebooked. If the home is rebooked for your canceled dates we will refund all but the $50 cancellation fee. Please note that we always recommend the purchase of travel insurance/trip interruption insurance to help protect your investment should something unexpected come up. Travel insurance is typically 6.95% of your total trip cost and coverage details are available on the checkout page.
Note: Cancellation policies may vary on other marketing sites but it is ALWAYS most affordable to book direct with us at Carolina Properties
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Rates* Rates are subject to change without notice. Pricing excludes taxes, additional options or fees.
|Vacation Rental Standard Pricing||Sun||Mon||Tue||Wed||Thu||Fri||Sat||Weekly||Min Nights|
|Winter | Low Season||$110||$110||$110||$110||$110||$110||$110||$770||-|
|Spring | Mid Season||$120||$120||$120||$120||$120||$120||$120||$840||-|
|Summer/Fall | Peak Season||$130||$130||$130||$130||$130||$130||$130||$910||-|
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Chimney View is just minutes from the Lake Lure beach, ranked by National Geographic Magazine as one of the top scenic lakes in the world. There are several excellent golf courses nearby, including Apple Valley Golf Course, Bald Mountain Golf Course, and Etowah Valley Country Club and Golf Resort, which Golf Digest rated as one of the top 50 golf destinations in the US.
This quaint mountain home is centrally located just minutes from Bat Cave; 35 minutes from Hendersonville; 50 minutes from Asheville; and about 2 hours from Charlotte, North Carolina. Also nearby are Pisgah National Forest (less an 1 hour from Lake Lure), which has over 500,000 acres of protected forest, and DuPont State Recreational Forest (1.25 hours from Lake Lure) with over 10,000 acres. These forests feature hundreds of miles of hiking, biking, and horse trails, exquisite waterfalls, and beautiful mountaintop views. If you and/or your children are fans of The Hunger Games book and movie, a scene with Katniss and Gale was shot at the Pisgah National Forest. A few small but significant scenes were also filmed at the DuPont State Recreational Forest.
The Lake Lure/Chimney Rock area is conveniently situated for an outdoor adventure including horseback riding, tubing, water sports, and hiking; museums and theater; the Biltmore Estate and Village; shopping and restaurants; and so much more. For additional information and activities, just click our Local Area Guide.