North Carolina Vacation Home Rentals
The state of North Carolina is blessed with a geographically diverse
area that visitors would want to consider living in the area for a
longer period, like a week or two. While looking up for hotel
accommodations is a good option, some search for places where they can
really live the North Carolina life. Here's the role of vacation home
rentals come to play. There are more than 500 vacation rental houses
scattered in the popular beach areas and mountain ridges of the state,
situating vacationers for a few walking distance away to the places they
want to cherish.
A vacation in the mountains would be perfect if you choose a tree house,
a cozy tree house nevertheless, for your accommodation. Located just one
mile from the Lake Summit Area, the 1930 Tree House Cottage Cabin is a
mixture of classic cottage and rustic Appalachian styles. Vacationers
will surely be pampered with this two-bedroom home adorned with an
antique claw foot tub offering the best bath experience and a craftsman
style fireplace for evening warmth. Convenient antiquity sounds to be
the shelter's major front, but one can surely enjoy coffee in the cool
morning overlooking the way below or watching satellite TV. Other
amenities include air conditioning, fully-equipped kitchen,
refrigerator, shower, charcoal grill and more. Pets are allowed only
with additional fees. Some of the attractions nearby the house rental
include the Blue Ridge Parkway, Historic Flat Rock and the Flat Rock
Playhouse, Folk Art Center and Smoky Mountain National Park.
Recommendable activities in the area are hiking, golf, fishing,
horseback riding and more.
Living anywhere across acres of horse farms for at least a week is an
immaculate relaxing experience. 69 Lyday Loop in Pisgah Forest is a cozy
cottage surrounded by beautiful views of fields and Blue Ridge.
features a spacious bedroom and a living area that both provide
comfortable areas for relaxation. Amenities in the accommodation include
stereo, TV, air conditioning, grill and a kitchen.
This vacation spot suitable for the eco tourists is nearby a number of
hiking trails including Dupont Forest, Pisgah Forest and Blue Ridge,
where tourists can also enjoy fishing, horseback riding, kayaking and
The place is also conveniently located near restaurants and stores.
Those who are desiring for a beach vacation should go the Outer Banks
and stay at the Propitious Niche, an accommodation that is only 150 feet
to the beach. This beautiful house shares an unobstructed view of the
blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean from all angles. This 3-bedroom,
2-bathroom house offers a wide range of amenities including a satellite
dish for the best TV watching experience, Jacuzzi, stereo, screened
porch, deck that faces the ocean, deck furniture, hammock and a lot
more. Bad news for pet lovers though, the management doesn't allow pets.
This house maximizes your stay in the Outer Banks. You will not only
miss the beach where you will get your perfect tan, but also the house
where you spent your days and nights.
Other recommendable house rentals are the following. For beach
rentals one can choose A Pirates Paradise (Corolla), Sunny Side Up
(Carolina Beach), Dolphin Watch (Carolina Beach) and Summer Wind
(Corolla). Recommended mountain rentals are The Hide-A-Way (Little
Switzerland), Peace of Heaven in the Mountains (Beech Mountain), Swan
House (Waynesville) and Hemlock Hill (Highlands)