Looking for that classic log cabin experience right down to the mountain view and rhododendron? Look no further than Rustler's Ridge, our latest Banner Elk log cabin rental featuring a convenient yet private setting.
Perfect for hosting your next mountain vacation, this three level home features five televisions, three bedrooms, three full baths, and even three fireplaces. The main level boasts large windows on each side, so no concerns about a dark cabin interior. Comfortable leather seating and a wood burning stone fireplace complete the effect, and the high ceilings and large size keep it comfy when everyone gathers together for a movie or just some family time together. Recently updated, the kitchen features granite counters, stainless appliances including gas range and is open to the dining area. This level also has the first of three bedrooms, with queen bed and deck access. There is also a jack and jill style bath with walk in shower.
The large deck off this level includes a gas grill and seating to enjoy the view - or you may even get to catch a small plane taking off or landing at Elk River. Upstairs, the master bedroom features a new king bed, full bath, and a gas fireplace to keep winter evenings cozy. More oversized windows make this the perfect spot to wake up in the morning, or even try to count the stars at night. The lower level of Rustler's Ridge is where guests spend many an evening, enjoying the pool table, gas fireplace, large screen television or stepping out onto the lower deck to enjoy a soak in the hot tub. The third bedroom is off the family room, with a double bed and two twins. Off the hall is the third full bath, with walk in shower.
Best of all, Rustler's Ridge enjoys a location that is private (on over six acres) yet still just minutes from historic downtown Banner Elk, Beech Mountain, Sugar Mountain, and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Visiting your kids at Lees McRae College? You are just five minutes from campus. This home has paved access for all but the last mile, and does present more challenging winter access. ** 4WD or chains are always recommended when visiting the mountains in winter.