Welcome to Sarah's Song Cabin near Lake James!

Book 3 nights or more for only $99.00 per night.

Nestled on a hillside in the Blue Ridge Mountains overlooking lush deep woods and surrounded by wildflowers in season, this charming little log cabin is the ultimate in comfort and style. In the summer, watch hundreds of fireflies come out at night or catch a glimpse of deer in the woods. Wake up to the cooing of doves calling their mates, hear the whistle from a train 1/2 mile away, reminiscent of time spent at Grandma's.

Relax in a kingsdown pillowtop bed with 100% cotton bedding. Great for a romantic getaway! Cozy up to the fire in fall or sit in rocking chairs on the front porch in summer.
Enjoy a beautiful cabin in a serene setting, located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Western North Carolina.

Cabin Amenities Include

TV and Dvd Player
Wifi
Linens provided
Queen Sized bed and twin pull out sleep sofa in Living Roon.
Wood burning fireplace
Huge front porch
Outdoor Grill
Rocking Chairs
Full Bath
Full kitchen with dishwasher
Sleeps 1-6

Nearby attractions include: Grandfather Mountain, Linville Caverns, Linville Falls and Linville Gorge Wilderness. Also, Crabtree Meadows and the Orchard at Altapass, which has live local music, storytelling, fresh fudge and hayrides. Don't forget Asheville with its historic Biltmore Estate with Candlelight Evenings at Christmas and Festival of Flowers in Spring. Also Chimney Rock Park with fabulous views for miles down Hickory Nut Gorge.

Asheville North Carolina
Asheville NCSmall City, Big Time Bites What made elBulli alumna Chef Katie Button choose Asheville as the home of her first restaurant? For years, traveling foodies have been surprised to uncover a food scene of metropolitan quality and farm-fresh authenticity tucked away in the mountains of North Carolina. The word is spreading. A recent TripAdvisor readers’ poll named Asheville alongside New York, Chicago and Charleston on a short-list of the nation’s top culinary destinations. More than 250 independent restaurants, a booming artisan food products industry, and a destination-wide movement to elevate gluten-free and sustainable dining all play a role in support of a fiercely local food community that is reinventing what it means to be farm-to-table.

Blue Ridge Parkway

Blue Ridge ParkwayThe Blue Ridge Parkway is history waiting to be discovered! Although the road is often seen primarily as a scenic byway with plenty of natural attractions, it is also a cross-section of Appalachian mountain history. Stretching almost 500 miles along the crest of the Blue Ridge mountains through North Carolina and Virginia, it encompasses some of the oldest settlements of both pre-historic and early European settlement. Visitors can trace much of the history of Appalachian culture by observing overlook signs, visitor center exhibits, restored historic structures, and developed areas, all of which reveal points of particular interest. For a complete listing of the Parkway's historic attractions, contact the areas you will be visiting.

Biltmore Estates
Only a short drive from Sarah’s Song Cabin is the world famous Biltmore Estates. Located in Asheville,Bilmore Estate North Carolina, Biltmore was the vision of George W. Vanderbilt.  Designed by Richard Morris Hunt, America’s largest home is a 250-room French Renaissance chateau, exhibiting the Vanderbilt family’s original collection of furnishings, art and antiques.  Biltmore encompasses more than 8,000 acres including renowned gardens designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the father of American landscape architecture.  Today, Biltmore has grown to include Antler Hill Village, which features the award-winning Winery and Antler Hill Farm; the four-star Inn on Biltmore Estate; Equestrian Center; numerous restaurants; event and meeting venues; and Biltmore For Your Home, the company’s licensed products division. To learn more about Biltmore, go to www.biltmore.com or call 877-BILTMORE.

Chimney Rock Park
Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park offers the best of the Blue Ridge Mountains in one place.Chimney Rock Park Marvel at spectacular 75-mile views of Lake Lure and the Blue Ridge Foothills or let your cares fade away in the cool mist of 404-foot Hickory Nut Falls, featured in The Last of the Mohicans. It’s time to reconnect with nature. Our ancient geological features, unique hiking trails, nature programs and rock climbing attract visitors from around the world. Chimney Rock has been recognized as one of the Southeast’s most iconic and popular travel destinations for more than 100 years. It was recently voted "Favorite State Park" by readers of Blue Ridge Country magazine. We’re only 45 minutes from Asheville and less than 2 hours west of Charlotte, NC.

Grandfather Mountain
Grandfather Mountain and its rocks reveal a long history of rock formation and mountain-building thatGrandfather Mountain dates back to 1.1 billion years ago. Today the mountain you see is the end product of two things: the mountain-building that culminated 300 million years ago, and the erosion that has been ongoing for over 100 million years and continues today.

The original Cherokee name for the mountain was “Tanawha,” meaning “a fabulous hawk or eagle.” It was named “Grandfather” by pioneers who recognized the face of an old man in one of the cliffs. Many vantage points reveal different faces, so there is no one official profile of the mountain, but the most popular can be seen from the community of Foscoe, seven miles north of Linville and 10 miles south of Boone on N.C. 105.

Tweetsie RailroadTweetsie Railroad
Looking for a way to get out of Dodge? Tweetsie Railroad is just the place! We’ve been taking families on a Wild West train ride for over 50 years.

Tweetsie Railroad allows children and families to let their imaginations run wild and discover all sorts of fun. Kids can be a cowboy … an Indian … or an engineer. Families love riding on our famous steam engine, Number 12. She’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Just looking at her is enough to take you back.

Hop on board Tweetsie’s Wild West Adventure, on a train pulled by one of our historic coal-fired steam locomotives. It’s a trip back in time complete with Cowboys, train robbers and marauding renegades stirring up trouble. You never know what might happen! Ride it as many times as you want!

Lake James State Park: only 3 minutes away

Boats can be rented on beautiful Lake James. Please call for rates.

Tucked into the rolling hill country at the base of mighty Linville Gorge is Lake James, a sprawling 6,812-acre reservoir with more than 150 miles of shoreline. This impressive waterway is the centerpiece of Lake James State Park, where nature offers scenic vistas of the Appalachian Mountain range and beckons those with an appetite for outdoor recreation. setting,

 

Lake James in Western North CarolinaBring family and friends to one of North Carolina’s most popular state parks for a variety of activities. Go swimming and sunbathing or enjoy a quiet picnic along the lakeshore. Boat, water ski or fish in the lake’s cool mountain waters, or take a walk on the wild side and enjoy the beautiful forest wildflowers and abundant wildlife along park trails. Of course, you just may find that your favorite thing to do at Lake James is simply relaxing.

Fly Fishing in McDowell County
If you love to fish, McDowell County is the perfect place.  There are many creeks, streams and of course Lake James where fishing is allowed.  For trout fishing near the cabin, the Catawba River just below the dam is excellent. 
This fall McDowell County will allow artificial lures to catch and release fish beginning on October 4, 2012. For more information about the different creeks and streams and more information on the types of fishing, go to www.ncwildlife.org
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