Take a look at this log cabin in Swiss, North Carolina. The log cabin features a porch, 39 acres of which can be used for hiking and skiing. There is also a garden. The log cabin is located 25 minutes from Black Mountain. The log cabin opens onto a patio that offers garden views. This holiday home features 3 bedrooms and an equipped kitchen. The vacation home is 26 miles away from Asheville, and Johnson City is 24. Tri-Cities Regional Airport is 34 miles from the log cabin. This beautiful region of the country is a great place to visit and enjoy nature.
This log cabin will take your breath away. It’s exactly what you would expect a log cabin should be. You can enjoy the beautiful views from the covered porch, which is surrounded by trees and mountains. You can relax inside and enjoy the comfortable furnishings while you relax in front the stone fireplace. This fireplace is especially warm on cold winter and fall days. The log cabin features a dining table that can seat 6 people, as well as a full-sized kitchen and laundry. The master bedroom on upper floor has a ceiling fan with log beams on the roof and windows to enjoy the view. It is a magical space to make precious memories with family members and friends. It will be a place that you will return to time and again.
There is so much to do and see in North Carolina during your vacation. If you love hiking, you might want to visit the North Carolina portion of the Appalachian Trail. This section rises to spectacular summits including the 6,643-foot Clingmans Dome. It drops into the dark, steep walls of Nantahala Gorge. The Appalachian Trail is 95.7 miles long in North Carolina. The Trail also runs along the Tennessee/North Carolina boundary for 224.7 additional miles. The Appalachian Trail climbs to the High Country, where hikers can reach the highest mountains, some of which are over 6,000 feet. To visit the trail, you will need an approval permit for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You can also make shelter reservations depending on the length of your hike. All backpackers must stay at designated spots when they travel along the trail.
Fines Creek Farm is another activity you can enjoy during your vacation. This elegant, but naturally rustic and weathered, post and beam barn was built originally for the owners of an antique shop. It has over 5,000 square feet of indoor space and two floors. The layouts are flexible and the floor plan is open. There is plenty of outdoor space beneath the covered overhang. The barn is surrounded with towering white pines and stunning mountain views. The barn’s side doors open to a charming courtyard garden of boxwood, perennials, and flowering trees.